Abby McCartney is a student at CUC who recently visited the Salvation Army in Chicago. Here are her thoughts on the visit:
"Our class trip to the Salvation Army broadened my knowledge to include the healing sector; one that is rarely present in common discourse about the corrections system. The learning experience presented another dimension to a seemingly hopeless situation, allowing is to critically analyze it and continue to create positive change."
Shayna Sanders is a criminal justice major and joined a recent visit to the Cook County Jail. Here are her thoughts on the visit:
"This experience allowed me to discard prior assumptions and experience first-hand what really transpires at Cook County Jail. I recommend taking Sociology of Corrections so that you can also gain knowledge about how the prison system operates and its effect on society."
Sociology of Corrections sTATEVILLE pRISON tOUR on 4/3/12. We learned about the day-to-day functions of the prison, prisoner experiences of life behind bars, and women correctional officers' challenges working with male colleagues and managing male prisoners.
2012 Gender and Women Studies Conference would like to thank all of our Sociology and Criminal Justice Majors/Minors who presented!! Great Job!!
2nd Annual Criminal Justice Paper Contest - May 2011
First Place: Congratulations to Michelle Behrens and Quintin Williams!!!
Second Place: Congratulations to Nancy Zahorchak!!!