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Original Release Date: December 11, 2017

Episode three of the Special Release Leadership season, Just Science sat down with Martina Bison-Huckaby, the Director of the Center for Executive Education at West Virginia University’s College of Business and Economics. Just Science examines how understanding and relating with people separates leadership from management. Also, we discuss that taking business techniques, and human psychology into a crime lab leadership position can be challenging. Martina Bison Huckaby explains how West Virginia University, ASCLD, and the NIJ are aiding forensic scientists who are seeking leadership help.

This episode of Just Science is funded by the National Institute of Justice’s Forensic Technology Center of Excellence [Award 2016-MU-BX-K110].

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Guest Biography

Martina Bison-Huckaby is the Director of the Center for Executive Education for the WVU College of Business and Economics. She previously served as the Center's Associate Director from March 2005 to June 2008. The Center offers a wide array of business non-degree programs accessible to the business community through open enrollment offerings as well as customized specifically to meet the needs of the client/organization. As the Director, Bison-Huckaby is responsible for the daily operations of the Center as well as for the development, marketing, recruiting, logistics, and delivery of the Center's programs.

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