If your 15-year-old is fascinated by the crime scene investigation industry — fashioning herself as a future Det. Stella Bonasera of sorts — she certainly will want to participate in CSI Academy: In Cold Blood. A five-day, non-residential academy for 7th through 12th graders, being conducted at the hotbed of criminal activity known as Lipscomb University, the CSI class will allow students to “investigate” a mock crime scene, collecting and analyzing evidence using high-tech methods (including atomic absorption, paper chromatography and gel electrophoresis). The young CSI-ers will then present their findings to a “jury,” applying the forensic wizardry they learned during the week. (Alas, there are no lessons covering pivotal skills such as crime-scene wisecrack delivery and the dramatic application of Ray-Bans.) Though financial aid is available, this high-tech day camp is no more inexpensive than the gadgetry grown-up forensic scientists utilize while removing bullets from bloody bodies. But the $250 might be worth the expense to give your aspiring crime scene investigator a jump-start toward a career that has always been respected — and is now glamorous.