Congratulations to Dawn K. Cecil ’93, M.A. ’95, on the publication of her first book, Prison Life in Popular Culture: From The Big House to Orange Is the New Black, which is an extensive examination of how prisons are depicted in the media and other aspects of popular culture.
Jewish, Muslim, and Christian peacemakers from Jerusalem, Nazareth, and Galilee will gather at Illinois State University to talk about what happens when the peace process stalls.
Clayton Cottle ’15, a graduate student in the Department of Criminal Justice Sciences, received an honorable mention at the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association conference in Chicago.
The College of Applied Science and Technology Hall of Fame induction will be Friday, October 2, at the Marriott Hotel and Conference Center in Uptown Normal.
Apply for the Washington, D.C., internship program by November 2, for the chance to take part in a life-changing experience.
Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Shelly Clevenger is taking an in-depth look at intimate partner violence and cybercrime in an upcoming book.
Illinois State University criminal justice sciences major Magaly Avila writes about her recent study abroad experience in the United Kingdom.
Department of Criminal Justice Sciences student Richard Bey shared his thoughts on studying abroad in Croatia.
Department of Criminal Justice Sciences student Kaitlyn Goodrum traveled outside of the United States for the first time this summer on her trip to Scotland.
Michael Gizzi, an associate professor in Criminal Justice Sciences, will present “Seeing Israel Through Different Lenses: Multiple Narratives and the Challenges for Conflict-resolution, Co-existence, and Peacemaking” at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 14, in Schroeder Hall, room 244.