2013 Masterton Award Winners

Congratulations to this year’s Masterton Award Winners: Madison Nilsen and Armand Basualdo were given the awards at the Honor’s convocation May, 2013. Each year, the department confers the George Masterton Award (named for the department’s first chair) on graduating seniors for outstanding academic achievements, significant contribution to the department and campus, and for intellectual promise

Get Involved and Make a Difference

The Criminal Justice Organization (CJO) serves to foster fellowship among students interested in a variety of issues within the criminal justice system, while serving our surrounding community in a multitude of ways. Come and see what we are all about!  We invite any student, regardless of major to attend a CJO meeting. *”Get involved and make a difference … Continue reading Get Involved and Make a Difference

UR invited to CareerQuest

CareerQuest engages students in conversations about their futures with people who have already made the transition from college to work. It is scheduled for February 15 at noontime in South ABC College Center.  Lunch is provided. For more information contact Dr. Clark at cdellclark@gmail.com.

Featured Faculty

Dr. Katrina Hazzard-Donald Dr. Katrina Hazzard-Donald, Associate Professor of Sociology, explores African Americans’ experience and practice of the herbal healing folk belief tradition known as Hoodoo in her new book, Mojo Workin’: The Old African American Hoodoo System (University of Illinois Press: 2012. Working against conventional scholarship Hazzard-Donald argues that Hoodoo emerged first in three … Continue reading Featured Faculty

Student News

RU a Masterton Award Winner? Each year, the department confers the George Masterton Award (named for the department’s first chair) on graduating seniors for outstanding academic achievements, significant contribution to the department and campus, and for intellectual promise. Let the department chair know if you’d like to be considered for this award. In addition to … Continue reading Student News

New Faculty Settle In

Dr. Louis Tuthill, a criminologist, who teaching portfolio comprises theories of crime and delinquency and methods. His passion is spatial analysis and he is interested in finding like-minded students to work with him. Dr. Stephanie Bush-Baskette, another criminologist, teaches the same core classes plus ethics and policy. She also coordinates our off-campus programs at Mays … Continue reading New Faculty Settle In