Iowa State University associate professor of mathematics and CSAFE researcher Dr. Jennifer Newman met with Iowa Board of Regents member Nancy Dunkel on April 13, 2018. The meeting was the result of an ISU faculty senate initiative to provide regents with insight into the daily life and responsibility of faculty members. Newman used the opportunity to share with Dunkel the critical impact CSAFE has in creating a scientifically solid foundation for pattern and digital evidence. As lead investigator on CSAFE digital evidence research in steganography, Newman explained how her team is advancing the field of forensic science. According to Newman, Dunkel was very engaged in the conversation and showed great interest in CSAFE areas of research. Dunkel found Newman’s work in steganography particularly intriguing due to her background in banking. As CSAFE plans for future development, our team greatly values the support of board of regent members dedicated to engaging in high-quality research and scholarship that enhances the quality of life for Iowans and society.
Iowa Board of Regents Member Meets with CSAFE Faculty to Learn about Forensic Science
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