Students of the Faculty of Law simulated a crime scene to collect evidence and reach a hypothesis during one of the course modules Forensic Science, taught by visiting professor Anita Zannin.
The activity took place on November 11 last year to students in grades 5 race who used all the knowledge acquired throughout the semester so they could hypothesize what happened at the crime scene made.
Anita Zannin visited the Francisco Marroquin University from 6 to 12 November to deliver the Crime Scene Investigation module. It is native to the United States of America and an expert in forensic medicine and forensic veterinarian. Has an MS in Forensic Science from Syracuse University, a BS in Forensic Chemistry at the State University of New York and another in the Criminal Justice College at Buffalo.
Forensic science is an interdisciplinary field that uses the criminalistic methods as well as the physical sciences, medical, computer and biological to evaluate and use physical evidence related to civil and criminal matters.
The course Forensic Science is to provide students with scientific tools for academic development as examiners physical evidence, complementary tools will also be courses on Criminal Law and Criminal Procedural Law.
While staying at the UFM campus Zannin met, the Ludwig von Mises Library , the Resource Center Digital New Media , the Canvas Quauhquechollan and the Popol Vuh Museum .