If you are interested in joining the Criminal Justice Honor Society, Alpha Phi Sigma, and you meet the requirements listed below please contact Richard.Hartley@utsa.edu.
Alpha Phi Sigma Requirements:
-GPA: 3.2+ (UG)/ 3.4+ (Grad)
-Criminal Justice Major or Minor
-Completed 3 full semesters with 4 courses in CRJ (UG), completed 4 courses total (Grad)
City leaders will gather with scholars and students at the UTSA Downtown Campus on Thursday, Jan. 26 to discuss the highly successful peace education program founded by Prem Rawat and in place at San Antonio's Dominguez State Jail.
Free and open to the public, the forum, "Peace on the Inside," will be 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 26 in the Buena Vista Theater on the UTSA Downtown Campus, 501 César E. Chávez Blvd., San Antonio, Texas, 78207. Francine Romero, associate dean of the UTSA College of Public Policy, will provide opening remark. Guest speakers include Rawat and UTSA scholars.
The Prem Rawat Foundation's Inner Peace program has only one agenda -- to help incarcerated people find an inner personal peace that allows them to understand themselves, drop their defensive tough-guy masks and reach a point where they are okay with the genuine person inside who has feelings, emotions and fears," said Michael Gilbert, UTSA associate professor of criminal justiceirst day of classes.
Dr. Michael Gilbert hosted the annual Texas state re-entry council meeting at UTSA downtown.
Many of our faculty and graduate students will attend and give research presentations at the annual American Society of Criminology Conference in Washington D.C. this month. It is a great chance to put UTSA in the national spotlight for Criminal Justice!
Criminal Justice Community Breakfast: Members of the criminal justice community will be invited to attend a breakfast with departmental faculty in the CRJ program to discuss UTSA CRJ impact on the community, affiliation agreements with local departments, possible donations and funding.
- Thursday, October 27th 8:00-11:00am
Assembly Room: BV 1.338
Departmental Study Abroad Trip to Spain.
By Holly Miller, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Criminal Justice Department