Dr. Ted Yeshion as featured on the History Channel's History's Greatest Mysteries.
Gannon's Dr. Ted Yeshion, professor of criminal justice and forensic science as well as program director of criminalistics was featured on the History Channel series History's Greatest Mysteries exploring evidence associated with the high-profile (and unsolved) case of D.B. Cooper. The episode aired on Monday, May 15.
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Dr. Yeshion has a combined total of 41 years of experience as a forensic scientist, crime laboratory director, special agent and forensic consultant. He has testified for the prosecution and defense in hundreds of criminal and civil litigation cases as an expert witness in the areas of Forensic Serology, DNA Analysis and Crime Scene Reconstruction.
Dr. Yeshion has appeared on local and national news and radio stations, including Court TV, Fox News, and Investigation Discovery. His work was cited during “the trial of the century," People v. O.J. Simpson.
At Gannon, students have the opportunity to learn from leading experts in the field like Dr. Yeshion who have worked on numerous high-profile cases, including Jerry Clark, PhD., who worked on the infamous Pizza Bomber Heist case, and Jason Wick, MS. In addition to the expert full-time faculty members, the criminalistics program also consists of outstanding adjunct faculty who teach specialized courses in their fields of expertise.