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Criminal Justice Organization. Penn State Altoona. Introduction. Current Officers (2009-2010). Topics of Discussion. The organization was designed with four factors in mind: A social element An educational element A service component A support component

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penn state altoona

Criminal Justice Organization

Penn State Altoona


topics of discussion
Topics of Discussion
  • The organization was designed with four factors in mind:
  • A social element
  • An educational element
  • A service component
  • A support component
  • Anyone interested is encouraged to join


topic one a social element
Topic One: A Social Element
  • The CJO was developed to provide a forum for those students with common interests in criminal justice. This could include such things as: Pizza parties, movies, casual “get together’s,” etc.


topic two educational element
Topic Two: Educational Element
  • Educationally, the CJO is a key instrument in helping with career decisions and academics
  • The CJO works towards bringing speakers to the campus who are working as a professional in some area of criminal justice
  • The criminal justice program also has an active Mock Trail Team and Mediation Team


topic three a service component
Topic Three: A Service Component
  • The CJO was designed with a service component in mind. This is intended to allow students to work within the community and represent, not only themselves and the CJO, but, Penn State Altoona as well
  • This is done by coordinated volunteer work in the nearby communities


topic four a support element
Topic Four: A support Element
  • Members of the CJO are willing to lend a helping hand to fellow students who are having problems with their academics
  • This comes about in the form of mentoring


if you re interested
If you’re interested:
  • Contact a member of the CJO today.
  • In addition, you may contact one of the criminal justice Faculty/Staff for information pertaining to membership:

Michael Arter, Ph.D., Assistant Professor ([email protected])Vidisha Barua, LLM, Ph.D., Assistant Professor ([email protected])

L. Edward Day, Ph.D., Associate Professor ([email protected] )

Scott Kelly, Ph.D. Student, Counselor & Part-Time Lecturer ([email protected] )

Amir Marvasti, Ph.D., Assistant Professor ([email protected])Mary Ann Probst, Esquire, CJ Program Coordinator ([email protected])

Nicholar Rowland, Ph.D., Assistant Professor ([email protected])Robert Worley, Ph.D., Assistant Professor ([email protected])


  • The Criminal Justice Organization is open to anyone
  • The CJO is designed for anyone who has an interest in criminal justice
  • Officers are elected by the CJO members for a term of one year