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Forensic science educator

Jay Alan Siegel, American Forensic science educator. Federal grantee, since 1980. Member Capitol Area Substance Abuse Committee, Lansing, Michigan, 1984-1986. Fellow American Academy Forensic Sciences (chair education committee 1989-1990); member American Chemical Society, Southwest Association Forensic Sciences, Midwest Association Forensic Sciences, Academy Criminal Justice Sciences.

Background

Siegel, Jay Alan was born on April 16, 1946 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Son of Samuel Seymour and Mae (Barezofsky) Siegel.

Education

Bachelor of Science, George Washington University, 1968; Master of Science, George Washington University, 1970; Doctor of Philosophy, George Washington University, 1976.

Career

Chemist, Virginia Bureau Forensic Sciences, Merrifield, 1974-1977; professor forensic science, Metropolitan State College Sciences, Denver, 1977-1980; professor forensic science, Michigan State University, East Lansing, since 1980. Consultant in field.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor chapters to books and articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member Capitol Area Substance Abuse Committee, Lansing, Michigan, 1984-1986. Fellow American Academy Forensic Sciences (chair education committee 1989-1990). Member American Chemical Society, Southwest Association Forensic Sciences, Midwest Association Forensic Sciences, Academy Criminal Justice Sciences.

Connections

Married Margaret Anne Wilke, March 14, 1976. Children: Samantha, Paul.

father:
Samuel Seymour Siegel

mother:
Mae (Barezofsky) Siegel

spouse:
Margaret Anne Wilke

child:
Samantha Siegel

child:
Paul Siegel