GIANNA COLOGNA ’25, ’26 M.S.
Forensic Science Major Receives a Prestigious Bucknall Award
Forensic Science Major, English Professor Receive Prestigious Bucknall Awards
Gianna Cologna ’25, ’26 M.S. and Lauren Boasso, Ph.D., were recently recognized as the recipients of the University’s Bucknall Family Undergraduate Research or Experiential Learning Award and William L. Bucknall Excellence in Teaching Award, respectively.
Kenneth Gray, a senior lecturer of homeland security, criminal justice, and emergency management, comments that potential criminal activity by transnational organizations comes under the jurisdiction of federal agencies as these can easily become national security issues.
Robert Sanders, a distinguished lecturer of national security, comments on what may happen when the temporary truce ends in the Israel-Hamas war.
A group of sport management students participated in the National Sports Forum Case Cup this semester, competing against schools across the country and capturing third place.
The conference offered students in the University’s ACJA chapter opportunities to grow as leaders as they planned and hosted the conference. They also tested their knowledge and skills while enjoying a variety of networking opportunities.
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