He has worked in Tanzania with the U.S. Army and helps the homeless in Terre Haute — no wonder this criminology and criminal justice major from Brownsburg, Ind., feels a kinship with Captain America!
A criminology and criminal justice major from Chrisman, Ill., Benjamon Brinkley may be a freshman, but he’s racking up upperclassman-level experiences.
State’s industry partnerships help shape the university’s degree offerings to align closely with workforce needs, which means students are going into in-demand fields and are prepared to hit the ground running after graduation.
Sycamore who was the Indiana Department of Corrections’ first paid summer intern wowed her supervisors. “She has a great future,” according to the internship coordinator.
State’s criminology and criminal justice program is the university’s most popular major — and faculty are working to make it even more popular.
Incidents of police shooting suspects, officers being targeted and changes in technology create a complicated — and, often, increasingly tense — scenario for communities to grapple.
Professor Mark Hamm is a leading terrorism expert — a go-to source for the world’s leaders and media about the most dangerous criminals.