When Indianapolis native Kya Jackson isn’t cheering on her fellow Sycamores, she’s learning the latest in cybercrime security.
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.