Criminal Justice Program News
Alumni spotlight: Dr. Gresham Collom ’15
Dr. Gresham Collom admittedly wasn’t the best student when he attended the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, but his own experiences help him better understand the students he instructs today.
Alumni, friends of UW-Eau Claire to be honored with Alumni Association awards
Twelve Blugold alumni and friends of the university will be honored with University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Alumni Association awards on Friday, May 19.
Guatemalan immersion program helps Blugolds build Spanish skills, cultural awareness
Fifteen Blugolds were part of the 2022 “Guatemala: Social and Environmental Justice Winterim Immersion Program” during UW-Eau Claire's Winterim session. They learned about Latin American history, as well as social and environmental justice.
Blugold makes the most of 'golden opportunity' to be a soldier and a student
Growing up surrounded by relatives who proudly served their country, Cliff Hayes knew by age 5 that he, too, would someday join the military. Hayes never imagined that he also would become the first in his family to go to college.
Five to receive UW-Eau Claire alumni awards
UW-Eau Claire graduates will receive awards on Oct. 17 as part of the university's Homecoming festivities.
UW-Eau Claire’s Civil Rights Pilgrimage resumes travel for 2022
Registration is now open for the 2022 winter and spring Civil Right Pilgrimage trips, Jan. 7-17 and March 18-27. Read details and register now.
Cartoon Network and Cyberbullying Research Center release first research findings on cyberbullying among tweens
Cartoon Network and the Cyberbullying Research Center released results of the first national survey on cyberbullying among tweens, ages 9-12. Dr. Justin Patchin, professor of criminal justice at UW-Eau Claire, is co-director of the research center.
Cyberbullying Research Center and Cartoon Network share survey findings on cyberbullying among tweens
Dr. Justin Patchin, professor of criminal justice at UW-Eau Claire and co-director of the Cyberbullying Research Center, and his research partner collaborated with Cartoon Network to study tweens' online activities and experiences with cyberbullying.
New officers bring ethnic, gender diversity to campus policing
Two new officers hired by University Police this fall will add ethnic and gender diversity to University Police. Vincent Xiong is the unit's first Hmong officer, and Vanessa Evenson adds another female officer to the 11-officer department.
Cyberbullying experts propose new strategies to address teen sexting
A growing number of teens are participating in sexting, an indication that current efforts to discourage these behaviors are not effective, says a UW-Eau Claire cyberbullying expert. New strategies are needed to minimize harm to teens who sext, he says.