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Instructor brings decades of experience to forensic nursing courses

For more than 30 years, Kathy Bell has worked in the field of forensic nursing, first at Hillcrest Medical Center and then the Tulsa Police Department, before adding instructor to her resume. About 10 years ago, Bell started teaching two forensic nursing courses as an adjunct professor with OSU Center for Health Sciences School of Forensic Sciences.
Kathy Bell, an adjunct professor at OSU Center for Health Sciences School of Forensic Sciences, poses iin a simulated patient room on the OSU-CHS campus in Tulsa.
Reliance Oilfield Services makes gift to School of Forensic Sciences

Tue, Jun 22, 2021

Reliance donated supplies for the Center for Fire and Explosives, Forensic Investigation, Training and Research (CENFEX) Range.

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ATF agent uses Masters in Forensic Sciences degree from OSU-CHS to better solve crimes

Tue, Nov 17, 2020

Ashley Stephens, an ATF Senior Special Agent in the Tulsa Field Office with Certified Fire Investigator and Certified Explosives Specialist training, graduated from OSU-CHS with a Master of Forensic Sciences degree in 2019 after the university and the ATF partnered to provide graduate level training to agents who have specialized in arson or explosives.

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