Georgina joined Anglia Ruskin University in October 2019. She worked as a laboratory demonstrator for a variety of modules across the BSc Crime and Investigative Studies course. She became an associate lecturer in December 2020. Finally, Georgina joined ARU in March 2021 as a full-time lecturer.[email protected]
Whilst studying Forensic Investigation at Staffordshire University, Georgina developed a fascination with forensic anthropology through her final year project: “An evaluation of burning patterns of pre-existing drill and screwdriver lesions in porcine rib bones”. She decided to expand her knowledge by attending the University of Dundee to study a master’s in Forensic Anthropology. Her final project was entitled “A comparison of accidental and non-accidental skeletal trauma in vulnerable groups”. This focused on children and the elderly.
Working as a lab demonstrator Georgina gained experience teaching crime scene analysis, lab-based skills and skeletal anatomy across modules such as: Forensic Anthropology, Mass Fatality Incidents and Introduction to Forensic Photography and Methodologies. She also worked briefly as a professional mentor to help students at Staffordshire University with their professional development.
BSc (Hons) Crime and Investigative Studies
BSc (Hons) Forensic Science
Module leader for the following modules:
Assist on the following modules:
Affiliate member of the Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)
2022. Poster: Belsham, G., Squires, K. A study into burning patterns of trauma in porcine rib bone. Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences Autumn Conference, Leeds, UK.