Aimee Delaney (Criminal Justice) chaired a panel and presented a paper at the annual Conference of the Northeastern Association of Criminal Justice Sciences (NEACJS). The panel was entitled “The Internet and Criminal Justice Education.”
Delaney presented a paper entitled “Our World, Their World: Using Social Media to Teach Victimology.”
Also at the conference, WSU criminal justice students Paul Moraud and Andro Hannoush, along with professors Stephen Morreale (Criminal Justice) and Hyesun Kim (Criminal Justice), presented their paper “Cyber-crime Awareness and Victimization”, which was based on a pilot survey from WSU. Hannoush and Moraud previously presented their paper at the 2015 Celebration of Scholarship and Creativity in April.
Baker Named Coach of the Year for 2015 Worcester Area All-Star Team
Lancers baseball coach Dirk Baker has been named Coach of the Year for the 2015 Worcester Area All-Star Team, which honors the top players and coaches from the nine Worcester city colleges, as . . .