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Access to forensic science. [Case study]

Goua, Marie; Cowie, Eoin; Deegan, Wendy; Macmanus, Stephen; McFadyen, Morag; McKenzie, Craig


Eoin Cowie

Wendy Deegan

Stephen Macmanus

Morag McFadyen

Craig McKenzie


This case study discusses an after-school programme for secondary-school pupils from "low attainment/progression" schools, which aimed to facilitate wider access to university - particularly in STEM subjects. The course focused specifically on toxicology, with classes based in RGU's chemistry-, microbiology-, molecular biology- and computing laboratories.


GOUA, M., COWIE, E., DEEGAN, W., MACMANUS, S., MCFADYEN, M. and MCKENZIE, C. 2015. Access to forensic science. [Case study]. Snapshots@RGU, July 2015. Aberdeen: Robert Gordon University.

Digital Artefact Type Other
Online Publication Date Jul 31, 2015
Deposit Date Jun 30, 2023
Publicly Available Date Jun 30, 2023
Publisher Robert Gordon University
Keywords Access to higher education; Diversity in STEM; Diversity in forensics; University outreach
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Additional Information Originally published on RGU's CampusMoodle virtual learning environment.


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