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Advisement

Beginning August 1st, students may begin registering for Academic and Internship Advising.

Congratulations to Salvatore Alfano '14 and Jonathon Root '08 on their graduation from the Wisconsin State Patrol Academy.

Dr. Cara Rabe-Hemp quoted in article about police crime

Read the Washington Post article here!

Handbook links female inmates to services

Read about Dr. Dawn Beichner and graduate assistant Daniel Anderson's meeting with McLean County Sheriff’s Department officials to discuss a new handbook that helps women find resources after their release from prison.

Illinois State University Criminal Justice Sciences

Announcements

Spring 2017 Interns

Internship packets for CJS majors planning to intern in spring 2017 are due no later than September 2, 2016, at 3 p.m. 

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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Criminal Justice Sciences students study abroad in Dubrovnik, CroatiaA study abroad experience has the potential to be life-changing, and criminal justice sciences student Tony Crudup would agree with that statement.
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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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Criminal Justice Sciences faculty spotlight: Philip MulveyMy primary research interests are focused on exploring the lives of disenfranchised individuals within the criminal justice system by studying how different justice related policies impact these populations. In my early career, I have mostly examined how mental illness affects these individuals and [...]
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CJS alum inducted into CAST Academy of AchievementCriminal Justice Sciences alum Rebecca Larson '06 was inducted into the College of Applied Science and Technology Academy of Achievement in April.
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