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Criminal Justice Graduation Reception

All graduating CJS Undergraduate and Graduate students and their families are invited to attend a graduation reception prior to Commencement on May 7, 2016 from 10-11 a.m. in the Bone Student Center Prairie Room.

2016 Award Winners

Congratulations to our 2016 CJS Undergraduate and Graduate Award Winners!

Breaking Barriers

Listen to Dr. Cara Rabe-Hemp and CJS senior Kaitlyn Goodrum discuss women in criminal justice with WGLT's Jim Browne.

CAST Academy of Achievement

Congratulations to Rebecca Larson '06, who was inducted into the CAST Academy of Achievement on April 15, 2016!

Illinois State University Criminal Justice Sciences

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CJS Alumni

Have you moved or changed your email address? Make sure you update your contact information!

Walk-in Advising

Walk-in academic and internship advisement is now available. Academic advisors do not make individual appointments and prefer students use walk-in hours instead of email. If you did not attend an Experience Session this spring, you should bring your most current advisement form with you.

Stories

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Father helps student veteran find passion for criminal justiceCassandra Dodge will earn her master's degree from Illinois State on May 7. So much in Cassandra's life—her military service, her interest in criminal justice—traces back to her dad.
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Q&A with Bone Student Center Student Employee of the YearThe recipient of this year’s Student Employee Award was junior operations student manager and security manager Cole Hasselbring.
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5 things you will discover in latest Redbird ScholarThe spring issue of the Redbird Scholar is now available online and in print.
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Solving the crime lab conundrum: Technology could bring lab to crime sceneWhen Illinois State Chemistry Professor Christopher Mulligan hears someone say it’ll be a week or two before test results come back from some faraway laboratory, unlike most people, he goes beyond just asking the hard question, “Why?”
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