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Faculty Spotlight: Kimberly Bender of UM-Flint Criminal Justice

Kimberly Bender, PhD, joined the UM-Flint College of Arts & Sciences in Fall 2016 as an assistant professor of criminal justice. Read below to learn more about her and the field of criminal justice, or join her in one of her Winter 2017 classes: CRJ 185 – Introduction to the Criminal Justice System (MW, 11am-12:15pm) […]

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Meet Amanda Kahl Smith of Criminal Justice

Name: Amanda Smith Title: Instructor cum Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Department: Sociology, Anthropology, & Criminal Justice Classes I teach: CRJ 185: Intro to Criminal Justice CRJ 385: Elite Deviance Professional Interests, Activities, or Publications: I’m a member of the American Society of Criminology and the Society for the Study of Social Problems. Kramer, Ronald […]

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Giving Blueday – December 1, 2015

Impact students. Start a journey. Fund the future. On Giving Blueday, Tuesday, December 1, 2015, we are asking you to donate any amount you can to the departments or programs that mean something to you. Even $5 makes a difference if everyone gives! We also ask that you share the stories of our programs’ requests–so […]

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CAS Faculty Welcomed and Honored at 2015 Convocation

On Monday, August 31, both new and seasoned faculty gathered together for two events: the Academic Affairs Convocation that welcomes new faculty and celebrates our award-winning, promoted, and long-serving faculty members, and the Thompson Center for Learning & Teaching‘s pre-convocation workshop titled “The Actual and the Possible: Cultivating Learning at UM-Flint.” The workshop featured sixteen faculty […]

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Giving BlueDay – Tuesday, December 2nd

On Tuesday, December 2nd, 2014, the University of Michigan is asking you to turn Giving Tuesday into Giving BlueDay – a day of online giving to the funds of U of M, including UM-Flint. The College of Arts & Sciences is encouraging donors to pick a specific fund and the amount that is right for […]

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UM-Flint Student Receives Grant for Theatre-Based Workshops with Area Youth

This spring, UM-Flint student Ella Thorp, a Criminal Justice major and Women & Gender Studies minor, received a New Leaders grant from the Michigan Council on Arts and Cultural Affairs to develop and implement gender-based theatre workshops for young women detained at Genesee County’s youth detention facility (GVRC). These workshops are part of the Buckham/GVRC […]

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Criminal Justice Fall Internships

ATTENTION CRIMINAL JUSTICE STUDENTS: Dr. Joan Mars is available in the month of June to meet with you about reserving space in CRJ 398: Special Topics in Criminal Justice – CRIMINAL JUSTICE INTERNSHIP. This class provides experiential learning for professional development. Internships allow students to maximize opportunities for knowledge acquisition, investigate the real world of criminal […]

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