Dr. Henry Lee brings his Forensic Science experience to St. Paul Catholic High School
Dr. Henry Lee visited St. Paul Catholic High School this past Friday to address the entire student body at St. Paul as part of our ongoing Brown Bag Seminar. Dr. Lee’s presentation focused on his career in forensic science and his personal story of hard work and dedication.
Dr. Lee shared the results of some of the more interesting cases he has worked on in the last 40 years. He has helped to solve more than 6,000 cases during his career and has been associated with investigations such as the O.J. Simpson murder trial, the Browns Chicken Massacre in Palatine, Illinois, the Elizabeth Smart abduction in Salt Lake City, Utah and the Jon Benet Ramsey case in Boulder, Colorado.
Dr. Lee is currently the Chief Emeritus for the Department of Public Safety, Division of Scientific Services here is Connecticut and served as Connecticut’s Chief Criminalist from 1979-2000. Dr. Lee is the founder of the Forensic Sciences program at the University of New Haven.
Thank you Dr. Lee for the generosity of your time, your insights and your wisdom. St. Paul Catholic High School offers upperclassmen two semester courses in Forensic Science.