This year’s alumni panel will be held during homecoming week on Friday, October 3rd. Members of the panel share their observations and advice to students who are thinking about professional careers in criminal justice. Alumni represent a wide variety of career fields, including law enforcement,
Graduating with a degree in a rigorous program of study, these criminal justice seniors are rightfully proud of their accomplishments. On April 4, 2014, parents, family, and friends gathered to celebrate with these students at the annual undergraduate recognition banquet.
On April 15, 2014, Deputy Chief Michael P.
Applying to the UGA Washington Semester Program was one of the best decisions made during my undergraduate career. As a senior who was gearing up to graduate, I wanted my last semester of college to be a rewarding experience and The Washington Semester Program surpassed my expectations.
On April 4th, the Criminal Justice Studies Program will be recognizing those majors expecting to graduate spring, summer, and fall 2014 with our 17th Annual Graduation and Awards Banquet held at the Georgia Center.
Deputy Chief Michael P. Downing of the Los Angeless Police Department will deliver the 5th annual Susette M. talarico lecture at 11:00 a.m., Tuesday, April 15th in the North Tower of the Miller Learning Center. The event is named in honor of Dr.
Criminal Justice Studies students have the opportunity to participate in undergraduate research through the Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities (CURO). Recently, three CJ majors have done just that.
Dr. Teena Wilhelm is this year's recipient of the School of Public and International Affairs' Excellence in Teaching Award. This annual award is given to a single faculty member in the School for outstanding instruction. Dr.
While interning with the U.S. Marshals Service in Savannah, GA, Jenny Harris (UGA '13) attended a luncheon at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Brunswick, GA. At the lunch she met Stacia Hylton, the current Director of the U.S. Marshals Service. On meeting Ms.
Jody Clay-Warner, Meigs Professor of Sociology and former Director, Criminal Justice Studies, has been selected as the 2013 recipient of the American Society of Criminology Teaching Award. This award, which was established in 2008, recognizes excellence in undergraduate and/or graduate teaching