The Forensic Sciences Mentoring Institute is featured in local newspaper The Intelligencer!
“The institute, a program sponsored by the nonprofit Fredric Rieders Family Foundation in Abington, selects 12 local high school students out of approximately 50 applicants to work in its laboratory for eight weeks every summer, said Mandi Mohr, the program director. The aim of the foundation, started and eponymously named by a renowned forensic toxicologist who testified in the murder trial of O.J. Simpson and other high-profile cases, is to provide a variety of science education that students otherwise wouldn’t receive in high school. ”
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