Jamie Bray grew up in Billings, Montana, and graduated from Senior High. She attended the University of Montana and graduated with a degree in human biology. She worked at the Montana State Crime Lab's DNA/Serology section while she was a student at the University. She is now a forensic scientist at the Lab. Jamie has analyzed over 700 criminal cases, testified more than 30 times in court as an expert witness, and regularly provides forensic training to medical and law enforcement agencies throughout the State. She lives in Missoula with her husband, Randy, their daughter Ada, and their dog, Radar.
2014 Guest Speaker Presentation: What is Light?
Competition & Prizes
In 2014, over $14,000 in trips, cash prizes, awards and scholarships were awarded. The High School division winners won an all-expenses trip to compete at the Intel ISEF competition in Los Angeles, CA May 11-16. In addition, other high school competitors were eligible to win trips to ISWEEEP in Houston, TX and the Genius Olympiad in Oswego, NY. Science Expo is a stepping stone to the rest of the world.
The Science Expo depends on its wonderful volunteer judges – no experience necessary. We are now recruiting judges for 2015 this coming fall for an evening of judging on Friday, March 27 from 5 – 9 pm. We will provide orientation and a tasty dinner. You can conveniently sign up on-line.
Is yours a science or engineering organization that wants to encourage students to pursue science careers? Become one of our exhibitors. Contact the Science Expo Coordinator at 406-657-4200 or email@example.com to discuss opportunities.