Building a Forensic Science Program The importance of the Forensic Science program at Piedmont cannot be overstated. Professor Willis took the program with hardly any direction and turned it into a program that actually solves crimes. After a year of hard work, professor Willis and student Haley Bolt solved a cold case with professor Willis’ help.Professor Willis is teaching his junior and senior forensic students about the angle of impact from a bullet. Professor Willis just developed and analyzed a fingerprint. A skill he has taught to all of his students.Professor Willis interacting and helping students with the math behind the angle of impact.Students using the information and knowledge professor Willis taught them to show me how to use the tools available to them.All of the math behind ballistic evidence. Students placing the rods into the holes made by gun shots and doing the math on the table. Establishing the small class environment so professor Willis is able to teach on a more personal level.