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Roundtable: Facilitating Student Success in Criminal Justice Programs
Western Association of Criminal Justice 2015 Annual Conference, [Coeur d'Alene, ID] (2015)
  • Andrew Giacomazzi, Boise State University
  • Marianne Hudson, Boise State University
  • Dr. Danielle Murdoch, Boise State University
  • Marc Ruffinengo, Boise State University
Abstract
Studies on student success suggest that students actively involved with their peers, faculty, and university staff have higher retention rates and are more likely to achieve their academic goals. Participants in this roundtable discuss various strategies for keeping criminal justice students engaged beyond the classroom. Topics include directed studies, advising, student clubs, as well as internships and targeted workshops designed to bridge academics with criminal justice careers. Also discussed in the context of student success are strategies to deal with challenging students. 
Publication Date
October 21, 2015
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Andrew Giacomazzi, Marianne Hudson, Danielle Murdoch and Marc Ruffinengo. "Roundtable: Facilitating Student Success in Criminal Justice Programs" Western Association of Criminal Justice 2015 Annual Conference, [Coeur d'Alene, ID] (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/danielle_murdoch/18/