FBI teams up with Girl Scouts to promote science, technology careers
Last updated 9/23/2021 at 5:38pm
WASHINGTON – During the first-ever online National Girl Scout STEM Festival promoting the merits of science, technology, engineering, and math, an FBI forensic scientist and expert on latent fingerprints held aloft her forest green Girl Scouts sash bedecked with colorful badges. It was a signal to the thousands of girls and parents who logged into the virtual event that she was one of them – and that they could be like her, if they wanted.
Kim Edwards, chief of the Latent Print Support Unit at the FBI Laboratory in Virginia, joined a panel of FBI Laboratory scientists to talk about t...