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Forensic science graduate students plan pancake breakfast fundraiser

The Marshall University Forensic Science Delta Delta Epsilon National Honor Society is sponsoring a pancake breakfast fundraiser beginning at 8 a.m., Saturday, Aug. 22 at Max & Erma’s in Pullman Square.

Students will serve the all-you-can-eat breakfast featuring pancakes, a choice of bacon or sausage and beverages.

Tickets are $5 each and may be purchased by contacting Dr. Pam Staton at 304-691-8962 or by e-mailing  She is the program coordinator of the Forensic Science Graduate Program and the honor society’s faculty advisor.

The fundraiser will support scholarly activities of students who demonstrate a high level of academic achievement.

Delta Delta Epsilon is a national honor society dedicated to recognizing and encouraging excellence in scholarship in the forensic sciences. The purpose of Delta Delta Epsilon is to advance academic achievement, advance the fields of forensic science and foster community understanding of forensic science.

To learn more about Marshall’s nationally recognized Forensic Science Graduate Program, visit