Instructors: Melissa Torpey, MS,
Melissa Torpey, MS
Holding a M.S. in Forensic Science from Michigan State University and B.A. in Anthropology from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, Melissa Torpey has worked as a forensic anthropologist in the field for over 12 years.
She currently teaches for the Anthropology department and for the Forensic Science: Crime Scene Investigation Certificate program at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington.
Mel Bishop, MSc.
Holding a Master's degree from the University of Nebraska/Lincoln in the field of Entomology and receiving a diploma in crime scene technology from the 49th session of the Virginia Forensic Science Academy in Richmond, Virginia, Mel Bishop retired as a master police officer, detective, and forensic technician with the Charlottesville, Virginia, police department.
He has lectured at several Universities and Colleges in the field of entomology and blood spatter and been involved in nearly 100 death investigations involving insect evidence.
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