Eva A. Vincze

Program Director
4th Floor
Address: 3601 Wilson Blvd.
Arlington, Virginia 22201
Phone: 703-248-6204


Dr. Vincze is a professor of forensic sciences at The George Washington University. She also directs the Security Management and High Technology Crime Investigation Graduate Programs. She teaches a variety of security management and high technology crime investigation classes.

Dr. Vincze has presented and taught at a variety of forensic science seminars and workshops across the United States, Europe and the Middle East. She is a member of the Cyber Security Policy and Research Institute, the International High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA), the American Society of Training and Development (ASTD) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Citizen's Academy. She is a Board member of the Mid-Atlantic High Technology Crime Investigations Association (HTCIA-DC). She has participated in a number of certification and accreditation committees for digital forensics.

Her current interests include conducting research and development in the areas of behavioral security. Her other interests focus on the design and development of e-learning and blended learning methodologies including simulations, 3D animation, alternate reality and virtual worlds. She has over 25 years of organizational behavior, training and development experience in the private and corporate sectors

Before coming to GW, she developed, directed and managed a variety of criminal justice and health programs including adolescent and adult residential and outpatient treatment programs, counseling programs and domestic violence programs. She provided individual, family and group counseling to a variety of populations. She also has over 25 years of training and development experience in the private and corporate sectors in the areas of leadership development, organizational behavior, instructional design, threat assessment and violence in the workplace.


Eva Vincze is a graduate of Georgian Court College with a bachelor's degree in European History. She earned a master of science degree in Psycho-Social Sciences at Pennsylvania State University and a Doctorate in Psychology with a concentration in organizational development and systems design from Saybrook University.