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Internship on "The Hill"

Justin Davidson served as an intern for two Texas Congressmen while a student at Sam Houston State University, which landed him a full-time job on "The Hill" right after graduation.

Justin Davidson turned an internship at the Capitol in Washington, D.C. into a career working for Rep. Randy Neugebauer of the 19th District near Abilene. Davidson was among the 29 percent of interns hired by the agencies where they worked in the 2011-2012 academic year. Nearly half of all interns got leads to get them into criminal justice careers.

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Policing for Human Rights

Dr. Jack Greene of Northeastern University, a leading scholar on policing, shares his research on preserving human rights in this new era of terrorism as part of the Beto Chair Lecture Series for graduate students.

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Hats Off to International Police

Online Masters Graduate Buddy Lovestock is sharing his interest in police training around the world by donating his collection of police hats and plaques to the College of Criminal Justice.

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Biosocial Origins

Dr. Brian Boutwell is unlocking the roles that genetics and environmental influences play on criminal and antisocial behavior in his research into corporal punishment, rape, stalking and IQ.

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Corrections Reform

The Correctional Management Institute of Texas hosted a delegation from the Dominican Republic to explore prison management and rehabilitation programs in the state as that country continues its reform efforts.

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Recent Publications

Faculty, graduate students and alumni from Sam Houston State University continue to lead research in the criminal justice field.

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