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A Very Special Congratulations
University of Wisconsin, Parkside Criminal Justice lecturer, Ms. Louise Loud has been selected to receive the UW System's Outstanding Woman of Color in Education Award in October 2013.
Congratulations to Professor Makarios
Professor Matthew Makarios won first place in UW Parkside's 11th Annual Chili Cook Off with his "All Pig Crime Scene Chili." He was awarded the coveted Ladle and will be one of the judges in next year's cook off.
A very warm welcome to Professor Don Faggiani who joins us as an Associate Professor during the 2012-13 academic year.
A special congratulations to Professor Thomas Johnson who was promoted to full professor!
2012 American Society of Criminology Meeting -- Professors Matthew Makarios, Susan Takata, and Guadalupe Vidales will be presenting papers during the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology in Chicago November 14-17.
2012 Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Meeting -- Professors Matthew Makarios and Guadalupe Vidales presented papers during the March 2012 meeting in New York City.
Poster Sessions in Capitol Rotunda in Madison -- Professor Guadalupe Vidales' students presented their research during spring 2010 in the Capitol Rotunda. Participating students were Kristina Saveraid and Nancy Chavez.
Nancy Chavez and Kristina Saveraid with Rep. Peter Barca
At the Capitol Rotunda
Controlling Community Violence -- Since July 2000, UWP's Criminal Justice Department has sponsored the Controlling Community Violence Program (CCV), which serves offenders in southeastern Wisconsin who have been convicted of domestic violations, battery, disorderly conduct, and criminal damage. Offenders are referred to the CCV program as
an important alternative to imprisonment. The purpose of the program is to teach offenders how to
handle, and deal with conflict before it escalates to abuse. The CCV program is an excellent example
of UWP's connection to the local community.