Oct 15, 2015
The hits keep coming for Wright State University police officer Kurt Holden.
Oct 12, 2015
Kyla R. Woods has been selected as the 2015 Outstanding alum for Crime and Justice Studies Program. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice in 2004 and completed Wright State’s Applied Behavioral Science graduate program in 2007. She has been employed with Montgomery County Job and Family Services as a Job and Family Services Specialist II. In this position she helped clients determine eligibility for public assistance which included, but was not limited to, food...
Sep 22, 2015
The new Center for Liberal Arts Student Success (CLASS) combines advising, faculty/student relationship-building, peer mentoring and career counseling.
Jul 31, 2015
Dr. Karen Lahm will become the director of the Crime and Justice Studies program effective August 1, 2015. Dr. Lahm comes to the position with prior administrative experience as the director of the Applied Behavioral Sciences graduate program from 2010-2013, and she has served as both an advisor for the Crime and Justice Studies Program and as a member of the program committee. Her teaching includes courses in research methods, statistics, penology, victimology, deviant behavior, and...
Apr 30, 2015
The College of Liberal Arts holds celebration recognizing the successful relationship of students and business partners through internship experiences.
Apr 17, 2015
Crime and Justice Studies Program's policing and investigative studies minor emphasizes historical and cross-cultural perspectives, social justice, ethics and effects of court decisions.
Mar 11, 2015
Dr. Norris, director of Crime and Justice Studies at Wright State University, spoke with WDTN on March 10, 2015 about Climate and Crime. Watch the video.
Feb 9, 2015
Sociology professor Karen Lahm has spent her career studying prisons and their populations and most recently researched female inmate misconduct.
Nov 14, 2014
Jamie Jaggers, a senior majoring in Crime and Justice Studies, is completing her internship with the United States Probation Office. One of the interesting parts of her internship, shown in the photo, involved a recent meeting with the Judges to prepare for the specialized Federal Reentry Court session. Crime and Justice Studies majors are required to complete an internship through one of three departments: Political Science, Sociology/Anthropology or Urban Affairs and Geography. Jamie...
Nov 5, 2014
Megan Wulber, a senior Crime and Justice Studies major, received an internship for the Fall of 2014 at The Advanced Technical Intelligence Center (ATIC) in their Center for Law Enforcement Analysis and Training (CLEAT) program. CLEAT provides analytical support to local law enforcement agencies. This means that a case is brought to them by an agency that is requesting background information and analysis of the persons involved with the case. Megan learned that the next step was to take the...