The Criminal Justice Program seeks to develop students who will have a positive impact on their communities by returning as correctional officers, police officers, probation officers, attorneys and judges who demonstrate a strong commitment to social justice with a special concern for the poor and disenfranchised.
Eddie Lynton, assistant professor of sociology and criminal justice, will speak about how digital mediums can function as places for terror or platforms for peace at the Advanced Research Workshop in Turkey this May.
Associate Professor of Criminal Justice Greg Gullion has interviewed more than 2,300 dangerous minds from around the globe, but it’s his passion for teaching classes on gangsters, criminals and serial killers that makes his heart beat.
Texas Wesleyan University was established in 1890 and has served Fort Worth longer than any other institute of higher learning.
Ashley Coen, Admin. Assistant
Department of Social Sciences
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