The Criminal Justice Human Services Living Learning Community, located in Bixler Hall, seeks to develop student interest in and knowledge of the many human service aspects of criminal justice; foster additional faculty-student interaction; increase student understanding of how human services can influence their careers in the criminal justice system; and provide co-curricular activities that enhance their education and perspectives about criminal justice-related issues. By being a part of this cohesive community, first-year students will better acclimate to the academic and on-campus life and become more knowledgeable and enthusiastic about the many ways they can impact their communities through the application of human services knowledge in the criminal justice field.
Criminal Justice- Human Services Living Learning Community
Brian SmithAssistant ProfessorCollege: Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice & Forensic SciencesDept: Criminal JusticePhone: 203-479-4148Email: email@example.comOffice: South Campus Hall 303
Mirlinda NydreckaAssistant ProfessorCollege: Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice & Forensic SciencesDept: Criminal JusticePhone: 203-479-4146Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgOffice: South Campus Hall 211A