In the Spring semester (Spring 2013), I’ll be teaching a graduate seminar at George Washington University in Washington DC. The Course FORS 6290 Selected Topics; Forensic Linguistics will meet at the Mount Vernon Campus, Ames B104 on Monday evenings 6:10 pm to 8:00 pm (1810-2000). It’s a 3 credit course. The course does not require that students have experience in linguistics, as the linguistic analytical techniques and tools will be presented as needed throughout the course.

For registration information, contact:

Department of Forensic Sciences
2100 Foxhall Road, N.W.
Somer’s Hall-Lower Level
Washington, D.C.
Phone: (202) 242-5758
GWU has been a leader in forensic sciences for decades, since the department was founded in 1968 and offers graduate degrees and a graduate certificate.

GWU participates in the DC Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area which enables cross-registration among member universities including the University of Maryland, Georgetown, George Mason, Catholic, American, Howard, National Intelligence U, National Defense U, and Marymount.