FBI Forensic Expert Teaches Students the Power of Digital Evidence at STEM Camp
July 9, 2015
Students attending OBU's annual STEM Summer Institute learned how to apply computer science to solve real-world problems. David Weiss (above), a forensic examiner with the FBI, paid a visit to teach students how digital evidence is used to solve crimes. OBU's STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Summer Institute is a ten-day camp featuring hands-on learning for middle school and high school students from Pottawatomie and Lincoln counties. Twenty-five students currently attend the camp, spanning July 6-17. Learn more about the STEM Summer Institute.
(Photo by Bill Pope)