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Critical Perspectives students make presentations
Students majoring in Criminal Justice are required to complete the class, Critical Perspectives in Criminal Justice. The class is a senior level class that encompasses all of the student's knowledge from their Criminal Justice classes and their critical thinking skills. Each student is required to complete a presentaiton and students in Dr. Shelly Wagers' class completed group presentations on several different topics. One group discussed body worn cameras for police, another group discussed the prevelance of prescription drug abuse in the area, and the final group discussed Title IX training for students. Each group researched their topic and developed a policy or program related to it.
On April 28th, Dr. Wagers' class gave short oral presentations followed by poster presentations to members of Dr. Lucy Hochstein's Critical Perspectives class and several invited guests. Dr. Wagers invited Dr. Irvin Clark, Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students, Brooke Chang, J.D., Title IX Coordinator for Radford University, Dr. Irvin Clark, Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students, and Mr. Eric Snow, Intructor of Criminal Justice.