Sherlock Holmes, the Unabomber, and murder were topics in chapel recently as English Instructor Tim Greer and Science Instructor Rosalyn Croce gave students a sneak preview of next summer's MUS in Europe trip, which will blend literature and forensics in Edinburgh and London May 25 - June 3.
Participants will learn about forensics through literature and investigate the scientific techniques behind the forensics. Croce used a Hale Fellowship grant to travel abroad this summer to do background research for the trip.
“The idea that criminal law should be based on evidence is a relatively new one,” Croce says. “How does the treatment of a crime scene today differ from the 18th century? I was interested in tracing the roots of 21st century forensics, and I am so grateful to the Hale family for allowing me to explore Edinburgh and London this summer to do so. It was a wonderful trip. I’m looking forward to bringing the boys to learn more about forensics and to show them some of my finds.”
Questions? See Ms. Croce, Mr. Greer, or MUS in Europe Director Bill Taylor. For more details on Ms. Croce’s scouting trip this summer, click here to access the 2018-19 Annual Report (see page 59) or register online HERE with Trip ID number: 182626 by December 1.