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A large group of SU CJ Department faculty, students, alumni, and advisory committee members presented at the 2017 International Academy of Law and Mental Health (IALMH) Congress in Prague.
Kabrianna Tamura graduated from SU with her Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice with Honors class of 2016.
Her honor’s thesis – “"Hearing on the Deaf Penalty: The Intersection of Deafness and Criminal Justice" examined the intersection of Deafness and Criminal Justice.
The following SUCJ panelists presented: Last year our department celebrated the 10-year anniversary of the Master of Arts in Criminal Justice Program.