UNCP Goes International!
Dr. Paparozzi at the Isle of Man - Spring 2009
Following are pictures of Dr. Paparozzi, UNCP Student Jesse Moore, a Deemster from the Isle of Man, and the Minister of Home Affairs
Dr. Paparozzi delivering the closing address at a conference for the Correctional Service of Canada - Spring 2009
Dr. Robinson's class in Mexico - Summer 2008
Dr. Robinson’s class at the Fuente de la Vida (Fountain of Life) on the Gran Plaza in Monterrey, Mexico.
Dr. Paparozzi in Singapore - Summer 2008
From left to right: Ng Joo Hee, Director, Singapore Prison Service; Mr. K. Shanmugam, Member of Parliament, Singapore, Minister for Law and Second Minister for Home Affairs; Khristina Matthews, UNCP Student; Mario Paparozzi, Professor and Chair, Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice.
Dr. Spivey and students in Europe - Summer 2008
Criminal Justice Club
Members of the Criminal Justice Club on their trip to the State Bureau of Investigation's Crime Lab. Professor Godsey reports that our students asked intelligent and insightful questions of the presenters and had an enjoyable trip.
Members of the Criminal Justice Club visit the United States District Court in November 2012. The picture was taken in the office of the District Court judge (pictured above).
Alpha Kappa Delta International Sociology Honor Society - 2013 Inductees
UNCP undergraduate students present research at regional conference
Jesenia Morales, Sonya Hunt, and Kiel Sampson presented the results of their research on UNCP Student Food Insecurity at the annual meeting of the Southern Sociological Society in Charlotte, NC on April 4, 2014. Dr. Kelly introduced one of her former mentors, Dr. Joe R. Feagin (pictured above), renowned sociological scholar on inequalities, who gave a plenary address on liberation sociology.
Criminal Justice Club tour of Polk Correctional Facility, April 2014
Criminal Justice students with recruitment officer from the Raleigh Police Department, October 2014
Dr. Lamphere's Freshman Seminar Students Participate in Food Drive, November 2014.
With help from Sociology & Criminal Justice students, Dr. Lamphere's freshman seminar class was able to donate 938 items to the campus food bank.
Dr. Roger Guy, Professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice with a copy of his book, From Diversity to Unity: Southern And Appalachian Migrants in Chicago, 1950-1970.
For a review of the book, click here.