Robeson County Assistant District Attorney, Angela Chavis-McIntyre speaks to Rudy Locklear's Criminology class. Students in Rudy Locklear's Criminology class interact with ADA Angela Chavis McIntyre during a mock trial exercise. Probation/Parole Officer and UNCP Alumnus, Ashleigh Whitley with the NC Department of Public Safety, Division of Adult and Juvenile Justice speaks with Rudy Locklear's Criminology class. Student Bianca Haywood with Dr. Renee Lamphere at the PURC Symposium Professor Jessica Godsey and the Criminal Justice Club visit the Department on Justice. Mock Crime Scene with students from Dr. Robert McDonnell's Crime Scene Investigation class Mock Crime Scene Students checking for fingerprints in mock crime scene Students examine a mock crime scene as part of Prof. Robert McDonnell's Criminal Investigation (CRJ 3150) class. Student DeAndria Purdue with Dr. Renee Lamphere at PURC Symposium Criminal Justice students visit NC Corrections for Women with Prof. Jessica Godsey Hilary Beale graduated from Canterbury Christ Church University in Great Britain, with a degree in American Studies and International Relations in September, 2017. Hilary studied as an international student at UNCP during the 2015-16 school year. She was enrolled in many terrorism classes at UNCP with Professor Robert McDonnell. Drs. Mario Paparozzi and James Robinson pose with Cape Fear Community College criminal justice professor, Mike Green. Mike graduated from UNCP's MPA program, and promotes UNCP to many of his students. Dr. Mario Paparozzi poses with 12 Fayetteville, NC probation/parole officers after giving a keynote address at a regional probation/parole conference on Friday, February 17, 2017. All probation/parole officers in this photograph are graduates from the University of North Carolina at Pembroke! Dr. Renee Lamphere's students participate in annual food drive Dr. Sonali Jain's class enjoying the sunshine Dr. Renee Lamphere, assistant professor in the Sociology and Criminal Justice Department, and her freshman seminar students organize and count food items for "The Hunger Games." Each fall, students participate in this competition, collecting non-perishablefood items for the campus food pantry. Dr. Lamphere's students have collected 1,200 items.