Student Spotlight

Scottie Gendron '15

Scottie Gendron, Class of 2015
Justice Studies/Applied Forensic Science

The exciting field of forensic science is a premier program at Methodist and I am proud to be a part of it. I have traveled to Seattle and Washington, D.C. to network with professionals in the field. The program uses the latest technology and we gain hands-on experience. The forensic science faculty at Methodist are nationally recognized, which means more networking, hands-on training, and real-life simulations. My job prospects are bright; MU graduates are employed in major cities across the nation and I am proud to be following in their footsteps.

Scottie Gendron ’15
Justice Studies with a concentration in Applied Forensic Science
Fayetteville, North Carolina

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