Past Events

CJSAC-Special Agents Suelen and Rankin, FBI


Special Agents Suelen and Rankin will be discussing the pros and cons of a career with the FBI, answering questions regarding the application process, requirements, and their personal experiences.

CJSAC-Cadet Jessica Johnson ROTC


Ms. Johnson will discuss the requirements for joining/participating in ROTC, and the potential benefits of adding ROTC to a resume regarding law enforcement and criminal justice careers.022 International Village

Graduate Open House-January 16th


Please join Northeastern University’s College of Social Sciences and Humanities for a Graduate Programs Open House on Saturday, January 16th at our Boston campus…
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Dissertation Defense: Emmanuelle Klossou


Emmanuelle Klossou will be defending her dissertation, “Reform Effects: A Study of the Effects of Case Law and Legislation and Legislation on the Sentencing of Offenders in US Federal Courts,” Monday December 21 at 11 am in 301 Churchill Hall. All are welcome. Committee: Chester Britt and Natasha Frost co-chairs Amy Farrell  

Dissertation Defense: Stephanie Fahy


Stephanie Fahy will defend her dissertation “Safe Harbor of Minors Involved in Prostitution:  Understanding How Criminal Justice Officials Perceive and Respond to Minors Involved in Prostitution in a State with a Safe Harbor Law” on Tuesday December 8 at 2:00pm. All are welcome. Dissertation Committee: Ineke Marshall, Chair Amy Farrell Casey Spohn, Arizona State University…
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CJSAC: Sgt. Katrina Froio-Mazzie


Sergeant Katrina Froio-Mazzie of the Massachusetts State Police and SCCJ Alumna will discuss the pros and cons of working for the State Police versus local or federal law enforcement. ..
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CJSAC: Dr Adam Hall


Dr Adam Hall, Director of the Mass Spectrometry Facility at the Barnett Institute of Chemical and Biological Analysis at Northeastern University, will discuss forensic science. ..
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