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Forensic Science & Chemistry majors connect with WU alumnus to learn about vocational opportunities in the area.

Evonne Baldauff Apr 13, 2019

WU students currently enrolled in the upper-level Forensic Chemistry class had the opportunity to tour the Commonwealth Alternate Medicinal Options (CAMO) Lab in Mt. Pleasant, PA on April 8th.

This trip was supported by the NetVUE grant, giving students the opportunity to learn about vocational options in the area. Nicole Perry (Wilson), a 2015 WU graduate in Forensic Science, and Sean Pawlowski, CEO Director of Lab Operations, discussed the growing hemp and CBD oil industry, as well as jobs and internships with the expanding company.

B.S. in Chemistry