Stacey Weinstein earned her bachelor’s and master’s degree in criminal justice and now teaches Department of Homeland Security federal employees physical tactics at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Glynco, Georgia.
Combining her geography major and political science minor, Jessica Craig combined two of her passions for her senior capstone project: “Towards a Less Divided Politics: Solving the problem of electoral map bias through geography.”
Professors Mikhail Blinnikov (Geography) and Jason Lindsey (Political Science) teamed up to present on the current state of the nuclear arms race between the United States and Russia.
Professionals and experts working with aspects of climate change, David Easterling, Katherine Wolfram and Jennifer McMillin ’01, will present at the annual conference Feb. 20-21 in St. Cloud. Celebrating its 58th year, the Winter Institute celebrates and informs audiences on economics, business conditions and economics education.
With a thirst for knowledge and hands-on experience, graduating criminal justice major Anna Furth finds a new home in St. Cloud after being involved in the community during her education. Students at St. Cloud State are encouraged from day one to “get involved on campus” or “join a student organization.” Anna Furth didn’t quite take
Three alumnae returned to campus Nov. 26 to speak to students in the CJS 111: Crime and Justice in America class, one of several practitioner presentations students experience throughout the semester.
Hands-on learning assignments at St. Cloud State University prepare future social studies teachers for the classroom by getting them involved in lesson planning in their final
semester before student teaching.
Monday marked the second and final industry talk session of the semester sponsored by the Department of Economics and Economics Association with students, faculty, and staff from disciplines across campus in attendance.
The research of Melissa Gearman ’18 was published in the October 7 issue of Journal of Forestry.
John D. Baker, J.D. is a professor of criminal justice, a U.S. Marine veteran, and St. Cloud State alum who finds solace in cycling.