News from the Department of Criminal Justice and Political Science
Welcome to the first ever edition of News from the NDSU Department of Criminal Justice and Political Science. Hopefully this publication carries in its wake agreeable weather and a relaxing atmosphere. In this issue we introduced a new faculty member, Dr. Steven Briggs, as well as a few of the graduate students who have joined our department. We also included a segment about alumni Nick Klenow who is a second-year law student at The University of Michigan Law School in Ann Arbor, and a segment about undergraduate Robert Lauf who was recently awarded the Truman Scholarship. Additionally, we included a feature article on Dr. Tom McDonald and the outstanding work he has done for our department. Finally, we concluded the newsletter with information for individuals who are interested in supporting the department through monetary donations. Please see the link at the bottom of this page or included in the newsletter to learn more about how you can donate to the Department of Criminal Justice and Political Science!
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Donating to the Department of Criminal Justice and Political Science
Thank you for your support of the NDSU Department of Criminal Justice and Political Science, it makes a difference every day. If you would like to contribute financially to the department, please do so by clicking on this link. Please contact Jeffrey Bumgarner, Department Head, with any questions email@example.com (701) 231-8922. Mailing address: NDSU Dept. #2315, P.O. Box 6050, Fargo, ND 58108-6050.
Criminal Justice & Public Policy Building
North Dakota State University
Dept. of Criminal Justice and Political Science
NDSU Dept. 2315
1616 12th Avenue North
P.O. Box 6050
Fargo, ND 58108-6050
The Curtis Amlund Speaker Series:
The North Dakota Man Camp Project
Social Conditions in the Oil Patch
If you were unable to attend, here is the direct link to the recording: https://tegr.it/y/1304w