Juno, Mary

Juno holding a model of a modern forensic skull sold by Bone Clones.

Email

Preferred: mary.juno@sjsu.edu

Alternate: csicamps@gmail.com

Office Hours

Weds 10-12 on Zoom: https://sjsu.zoom.us/j/93007422140 (no appointment needed -- just drop in!)

Fall 2022 Courses

  • FS 11 Survey of Forensic Sciences
  • FS 161 Crime Scene Investigation (two sections)
  • FS 163 Fingerprints

 

CSI/FORENSIC SCIENCE SUMMER DAY CAMPS

SESSION I: June 13-17, Sebastopol

SESSION II: TBD

In this camp, students (investigators) will learn how to apply the scientific method, logic, and critical thinking to answer questions about physical evidence and reconstruct crime scenes. Topics will include fingerprints, DNA, blood, bones, shoe prints, and crime scene processing. No background or aptitude in science is needed... just curiosity!

Visit https://csicamps.com/ for more information and email me at csicamps@gmail.com

 

Education

  • Master of Science, Forensic Science, University of Strathclyde (Glasgow, UK), 2004
  • Bachelor of Arts, Forensic Anthropology, San Francisco State University, 2000

Bio

Mary Juno earned her MSc in Forensic Science from University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland, a BA in Biological Anthropology from San Francisco State University, and an AS in Forensic Technology from Grossmont College. Juno worked crime scenes with the Oakland Police Department for several years, and began teaching criminal justice and forensic science courses at SJSU in 2006. Juno also teaches at San Francisco State University and City College of San Francisco.

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