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Neal H. Haskell

Professor of Biology and Forensic Science

Saint Joseph's College

HQ Phone:  (207) 893-7800

Email: n***@***.edu

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Saint Joseph's College

278 Whites Bridge Road

Standish, Maine,04084

United States

Company Description

Saint Joseph's College, founded in 1912 by the Sisters of Mercy, celebrates its Centennial year in 2012 with a theme of "Realize the Promise" - honoring our commitment to educating well-rounded graduates who combine career focus with classic liberal arts studi...more

Background Information

Employment History

Entomologist

Love Grow


Entomologist, International Forensic Entomology Consultant

The Forensic Examiner


Diplomat

American Board of Forensic Entomology


BCE


Affiliations

Entomological Society of America

Board Certified Entomologist


American Institute of Forensic Education Inc

Advisor


Academy of Forensic Nursing Science

Honorary Member


Education

BS degree

Entomology

Purdue University


MS Degree

Forensic Entomology-the


PhD


PhD degree

Forensic Entomology-the

Purdue


Web References(94 Total References)


Our Expert Team | Let Your Love Grow

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Dr. Neal Haskell - Entomologist
B.S. Entomology, M.S. Forensic Entomology, Ph.D. F.E. Dr. Haskell is a Professor of Forensic Science and Biology at Saint Joseph's College in Rensselaer, IN and also continues as a private international forensic entomology consultant to hundreds of law enforcement agencies across North America and in Europe. He holds adjunct appointments at Michigan State University, the University of Nebraska, and the University of Wisconsin. He has board certification as a Board Certified Entomologist with the Entomological Society of America and is one of fifteen members as a Diplomat of the American Board of Forensic Entomology.


Dr. Neal Haskell - Entomologist | Let Your Love Grow

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Dr. Neal Haskell - Entomologist
Dr. Neal Haskell - Entomologist Neal Haskell Dr. Neal Haskell is a world-renowned forensic entomologist who has been instrumental in our testing and further development of Let Your Love Grow and other Verde products. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Entomology, a Master of Science degree in Forensic Entomology, and a doctorate in forensic Entomology. Dr. Haskell is a Professor of Forensic Science and Biology at Saint Joseph's College in Rensselaer, IN and also continues as a private international forensic entomology consultant to hundreds of law enforcement agencies across North America and in Europe. He holds adjunct appointments at Michigan State University, the University of Nebraska, and the University of Wisconsin. He has board certification as a Board Certified Entomologist with the Entomological Society of America and is one of 15 members as a Diplomat of the American Board of Forensic Entomology. In our search to make sure our products create balance with Mother Nature, a colleague introduced us to Dr. Haskell. The introductory meeting was quite interesting. Upon explaining our mission, he of course had many questions but once he realized we were serious, he became very interested in doing research for our company.


American Institute of Forensic Education - Mission

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NEAL HASKELL, PhD
Forensic Entomologist International Forensic Entomology Consultant Dr. Neal Haskell, after farming for over 15 years, entered a new graduate program at Purdue University to study how insects could be used to answer questions at murder scenes. His initial interest in bugs began with a 4-H project, age 11. He completed a Master's of Science Degree with the focus in Forensic Entomology in 1989 (the first such degree in the country) and a Doctor of Philosophy Degree with Forensic Entomology (also the first in U.S.) as the specific area of study in 1993. He has given hundreds of scientific lectures, seminars and training classes, world-wide to provide coroners, medical examiners, death scene investigators, and others with valuable information regarding entomological evidence from death scenes. Neal has been featured in a number of books and in over 150 news articles, books, and other news media. In a book by Dr. Michael Baden and Marion Roach, Dead Reckoning, an entire chapter is devoted to stories of Dr. Haskell, the pig research and training in Rensselaer, and interesting case studies. Dr. Haskell is a Professor of Forensic Science and Biology at Saint Joseph's College in Rensselaer, Indiana, and also continues as a private international forensic entomology consultant to hundreds of law enforcement agencies across North America and in Europe. He holds adjunct appointments at Michigan State University and the University of Nebraska. He has board certification as a Board Certified Entomologist and is one of nine members as a Diplomate of the American Board of Forensic Entomology. Some of the agencies that he has worked with over the years include the Indiana State Police, FBI, Office of the Chief Coroner, Ontario Canada, Florida Department of Law Enforcement, New York State Police, and Seattle Washington Medical Examiner's Office. During this work over the past 21 years he has assisted in nearly 700 cases which have had questions regarding insects. He has been accepted and recognized as an expert witness in both state and federal courts and has qualified as an expert in 27 states in the U.S. and regional and provincial courts in Canada. He has given testimony in approximately 100 trial and hearings, many were capital murder cases. Some of the most notable cases include the Bernardo/Homolca trial, the most highly publicized trial in Canadian history and the Westerfield trial in San Diego (Danielle Van Dam murder). He also assisted in insect collections at the Branch Davidian Compound in Waco Texas and the criminal investigation of the Scientology Group in Clearwater, Florida. Research was conducted by Dr. Haskell and others at the University of Tennessee, Body Farm where actual human corpses were compared to pig corpses for establishing a replacement for humans in decomposition and forensic entomology studies needed across the U.S. This was the first major funding provided to forensic entomology by the US Justice Department. Due to the current interest in crime fighting by the general public (CSI and others), Dr. Haskell has been featured on over 15 television programs including The New Detectives, Discovery Channel, Secrets of Forensic Science, The Learning Channel, How Things Work, A&E, and Forensic Files on Court TV and recent filming for National Geographic and the History Channel, Dead Reckoning.


-Speakers at Spring Training 2017 | Wisconsin Pest Control Association

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NEAL H. HASKELL, BS, MS, PHD
ST JOSEPH'S COLLEGE After farming for over 15 years, Dr. Neal Haskell entered a new graduate program at Purdue University to study how insects could be used to answer questions at murder scenes. His initial interest in "bugs" began with a 4-H project, age 11. He completed a Master's of Science Degree with the focus in Forensic Entomology in 1989 (the first such degree in the country) and a Doctor of Philosophy Degree with Forensic Entomology (also the first in U.S.) as the specific area of study in 1993. He has given hundreds of scientific lectures, seminars and training classes world wide to provide coroners, medical examiners, death scene investigators, and others with valuable information regarding entomological evidence from death scenes. Also Neal has authored several books and book chapters. Neal has been featured in a number of books and in over 150 news articles, books, and other news media. In a book by Dr. Michael Baden and Marion Roach, Dead Reckoning, an entire chapter is devoted to stories of Dr. Haskell, the pig research and training in Rensselaer, and interesting case studies. Dr. Haskell was a Professor of Forensic Science and Biology at Saint Joseph's College in Rensselaer, IN, and now Professor Emeritus in retirement. However, he continues as a private international forensic entomology consultant to hundreds of law enforcement agencies across North America and in Europe. He holds adjunct appointments at the University of Wisconsin and the University of Nebraska. He has board certification as a Board Certified Entomologist with the Entomological Society of America. Some of the agencies that he has worked with over the years include the Indiana State Police, FBI, Office of the Chief Coroner, Ontario Canada, Florida Department of Law Enforcement, New York State Police, and Seattle Washington Medical Examiner's Office, Las Vegas Metro Crime Lab, Montana Medical Examiner's Office. During this work over the past 21 years he has assisted in nearly 800 cases which have had questions regarding insects. He has been accepted and recognized as an expert witness in both state and federal courts and has qualified as an expert in 32 states in the U.S. and regional and provincial courts, and the Ontario Court of Appeals, in Canada. He has given testimony in approximately 130 trial and hearings, many of which were capital murder cases. Some of the most notable cases include the Bernardo/Homolca trial, the most highly publicized trial in Canadian history and the Westerfield trial in San Diego (Danielle Van Dam murder) and the Casey Anthony Case in Florida. He also assisted in insect collections at the Branch Davidian Compound in Waco Texas and the criminal investigation of the Scientology Group in Clearwater, Florida. Dr. Haskell and others conducted research at the University of Tennessee, "Body Farm" where actual human corpses were compared to pig corpses for establishing a replacement for humans in decomposition and forensic entomology studies needed across the U.S. This was the first major funding provided to forensic entomology by the US Justice Department in the U.S. Due to the current interest in crime fighting by the general public (CSI and others), Dr. Haskell has been featured on over 40 television programs including "The New Detectives", Discovery Channel, "Secrets of Forensic Science", The Learning Channel, "How Things Work", A&E, and "Forensic Files" on Court TV and recent filming for National Geographic and the History Channel "Dead Reckoning".


American Institute of Forensic Education - Mission

www.taife.com [cached]

NEAL HASKELL, PhD
Forensic Entomologist International Forensic Entomology Consultant Dr. Neal Haskell, after farming for over 15 years, entered a new graduate program at Purdue University to study how insects could be used to answer questions at murder scenes. His initial interest in "bugs" began with a 4-H project, age 11. He completed a Master's of Science Degree with the focus in Forensic Entomology in 1989 (the first such degree in the country) and a Doctor of Philosophy Degree with Forensic Entomology (also the first in U.S.) as the specific area of study in 1993. He has given hundreds of scientific lectures, seminars and training classes, world-wide to provide coroners, medical examiners, death scene investigators, and others with valuable information regarding entomological evidence from death scenes. Neal has been featured in a number of books and in over 150 news articles, books, and other news media. In a book by Dr. Michael Baden and Marion Roach, Dead Reckoning, an entire chapter is devoted to stories of Dr. Haskell, the pig research and training in Rensselaer, and interesting case studies. Dr. Haskell is a Professor of Forensic Science and Biology at Saint Joseph's College in Rensselaer, Indiana, and also continues as a private international forensic entomology consultant to hundreds of law enforcement agencies across North America and in Europe. He holds adjunct appointments at Michigan State University and the University of Nebraska. He has board certification as a Board Certified Entomologist and is one of nine members as a Diplomate of the American Board of Forensic Entomology. Some of the agencies that he has worked with over the years include the Indiana State Police, FBI, Office of the Chief Coroner, Ontario Canada, Florida Department of Law Enforcement, New York State Police, and Seattle Washington Medical Examiner's Office. During this work over the past 21 years he has assisted in nearly 700 cases which have had questions regarding insects. He has been accepted and recognized as an expert witness in both state and federal courts and has qualified as an expert in 27 states in the U.S. and regional and provincial courts in Canada. He has given testimony in approximately 100 trial and hearings, many were capital murder cases. Some of the most notable cases include the Bernardo/Homolca trial, the most highly publicized trial in Canadian history and the Westerfield trial in San Diego (Danielle Van Dam murder). He also assisted in insect collections at the Branch Davidian Compound in Waco Texas and the criminal investigation of the Scientology Group in Clearwater, Florida. Research was conducted by Dr. Haskell and others at the University of Tennessee, Body Farm where actual human corpses were compared to pig corpses for establishing a replacement for humans in decomposition and forensic entomology studies needed across the U.S. This was the first major funding provided to forensic entomology by the US Justice Department. Due to the current interest in crime fighting by the general public (CSI and others), Dr. Haskell has been featured on over 15 television programs including The New Detectives, Discovery Channel, Secrets of Forensic Science, The Learning Channel, How Things Work, A&E, and Forensic Files on Court TV and recent filming for National Geographic and the History Channel, Dead Reckoning.


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