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CSI: Aurora Project

CSI: Aurora captures the popularity of forensic television shows and teaches the reality of forensic work through an immersive learning exercise involving a mock crime scene and mock criminal trial, with student participation from archaeology, forensic anthropology, criminal justice, paralegal, and science departments at the Community College of Aurora. Students in each department gain practice in specific methodologies as they relate to real-world applications in a simulated criminal case.

Getting Involved

This event is offered every spring. For more information contact Elizabeth Hirsh at Elizabeth.Hirsh@CCAurora.edu.

Students uncover bones as part of the CSI: Aurora project in spring 2016 Students uncover a skeleton as part of the CSI: Aurora project in spring 2016

 

Students uncover bones as part of the CSI: Aurora project in spring 2016 CCA staff communicate with students during CSI: Aurora

 

 

CCA staff give directions to students during CSI: Aurora Students measure and collect data during CSI: Aurora

 

Students pour dirt into a wooden box as part of CSI: Aurora Students and staff review what they have uncovered during CSI: Aurora

 

CCA students and staff review an excavation site during CSI: Aurora CCA students wipe some dirt off of some bones during CSI: Aurora

 

Watch a 2012 CSI: Aurora investigation and trial:

 

For more information regarding this project, please visit the Colorado Community College System Immersive Learning webpage.

 

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