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Last Updated: July 2017


2017 SWAFS Newsletter
SWGDRUG Bulletin

39th Annual SWAFS 2017 Conference


Fort Worth, Texas

October 22 - 26, 2017

Stockyards Hyatt Place and the Stockyards Station

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Poster & Technical Presentation Form



2017 Scholarship Winners


Ashlee Thompson from Atlanta, Georgia is one of two Floyd E. McDonald Scholarship recipients this year. As a junior at the University of Mississippi she’s majoring in Forensic Chemistry, minoring in Biology. Her career goal is a Masters degree in Forensic Chemistry and work for a major Investigation Bureau in the Forensic Chemistry field.


Gaston Merideth, II is a junior at the University of Tampa majoring in Forensic Science. He chose forensic science as his major because he enjoys the natural sciences and criminal justice. He intends to pursue a career in federal law enforcement.





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