Shawna Bolton, Ph.D.

Shawna Bolton

Assistant Professor, Forensic Science Coordinator

Ph.D., University of Wolverhampton; Wolverhampton, UK

Specialization:
Forensic Anthropology; Forensic Taphonomy; Biology

Research Interests:
Investigation of Postmodern Molecular Biology and Its Application in Crimnal Justice

HB 210A
408-924-8974
shawna.bolton@sjsu.edu

Fall 2019
Office Hours

Monday/Wednesday:
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Shawna Bolton is an Associate Professor at San José State University, working in Forensic Science. She received her Ph.D. in Forensic Science from the University of Wolverhampton (United Kingdom) in 2015.


Selected Publications

A Qualitative Research Study of Students’ Utilization of Space within a New Campus Student Center” :Research conducted for Qualitative Research Methods, Radford University, 2007

“Religious Influence and Sexual Victimization of College Women”: Research conducted for Quantitative Research Methods, Radford University, 2008