Latest Features

Criminal justice professor awarded DOJ grant to conduct study of veterans’ treatment courts Date: 02/19/16 | Posted in: Faculty Features

The U.S Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice awards $761,231 in funding over three years.

Reducing recidivism through education Date: 08/14/17 | Posted in: Alumni Features

Public administration alum Dieter Cantu is providing access to education for troubled teens as part of his new project Books to Incarcerated Youth.

Meet a Roadrunner: James Pobanz Date: 05/25/17 | Posted in: Alumni Features

This alum is helping veterans struggling with mental illness.

MPA alum Jermony Leech is passionate about being a servant of humanity Date: 05/18/17 | Posted in: Alumni Features

Jermony Leech, a graduate of the Master of Public Administration program, enjoys his dynamic career working for the Mayor and City Council and hopes to run for office one day to serve the community he loves.

Criminal justice students tackle bullying Date: 04/21/17 | Posted in: Student Features

Criminal justice students of Lecturer Robert Rico's class complete a presentation to raise awareness about a social issue prevalent in schools: bullying.