A big "THANK YOU" to Professors Tom Mauriello, Christine White, and David Maimon and to graduate students Sarah Greenman, Teddy Wilson and Simon Lou for creating the activities and displays for Maryland Day, April 26, 2014.
Professor Mauriello opened the Crime Lab this year and it was a huge success with his CCJS 320 students conducting tours of crime scenes, showing visitors how to dust for fingerprints, get fingerprinted, and solve crimes using dollhouse crime scenes, and with Nate Maietta demonstrating live polygraphs.
Professor White and her students had visitors write hope cards for children that are victims of human trafficking, sign a "What Would You Do" banner, and answer myth questions about human trafficking. Sarah Greenman's display asked visitors to answer questions about NFL football infractions. Teddy Wilson and Simon Lou were busy showing visitors a "sniffing" demonstration to teach them how to keep their online information safe and secure.
Many, many thanks to all of our Criminology student volunteers: Thomas Minter, Catharine Wong, Ashley Carter, Tanya Abraham, Michelle Rosinksi, Caitlyn Hasiuk, Onyi Ezichi, Jasmine Lesane, Kevin Hernandez, Emily Long, Jordan Stoner, Tara Lewis, Xiaosong Shang, Katelynn Knowles, Rachel Norjen, Alex Toto, Ben Jubar, Tim Stipa, Shanese Gordon, Alyssa DePierro, Alex Mitzel, Edina Pasic, Ashley Trendell, Karl Zenowich, Allyson Tillman, Alicia Terrell, Noel Andres, and Walter Tates. Your help contributed to a great success!
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