|2012 Ann Lucas Lecture Series|
We are excited to announce the Fall line-up of the Ann Lucas Lecture Series. Join us October 25th for a screening of "Under Arpaio" and a discussion with the filmmaker.
On November 7th, Franklin Zimring will discuss his book "The City That Became Safe: New York's Lessons for Urban Crime and its Control".
Check our our website for more information on these presentations.
Need a Winter Class?
JS will be offering two online courses during the Winter Break. See here for more information.
Keynote Speaker for Fall Convocation
We are pleased to announce that Dr. Sang Kil will be the keynote speaker for our 2012 Fall Convocation.
Learn more about Dr. Kil here.
CASA Student Success Center Announces Writing Specialist
The CASA Student Success Center has brought on a writing specialist. The Center is located on the 5th Floor of MacQuarrie Hall. Very convenient for JS and FS majors!
Check here for more information.
San Josť Earthquakes College Day
Join other Alpha Phi Sigma and other JS students on
Wednesday, September 19th for College Day as the Earthquakes
take on the Portland Timbers. Free t-shirts, tailgating, competitive events, and reduced ticket prices.
Represent JS and watch some great futbol (oops...soccer!). If you are interested in participating, please contact Micheal Panelli
, APS President.
Write a Blog for the JS Department Blog
Have something to say about social justice, politics, inequality, human rights, police or corrections? Consider writing a blog for the Department's Blog. Share your ideas, opinions, and experiences with a wide audience. Contribute to our growing blog entries! Start a conversation! Blog entries should be 250-500 words and may include pictures.
If you are interested in writing a blog, please contact the Department Chair.
Forensic Science Speaker Series announced soon
Free $$$$$ -- Announcement of 2012-2013 Scholarships on Sept. 24th
Almost Free $$$$ - Announcement of the 2012-2013 JS Student Paper Competition on Sept. 17th
Rumor is...JS Department will be launching a student journal..more information on Sept. 10th.
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Help us show everyone that JS students are the best at SJSU!
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