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New Brock Experience to send students to the border to see immigration in action

Some of the latest changes to Longwood University are not in the physical construction of the campus, but the new potential courses that are being made available to students. The Brock Experiences program was started in 2016 as a way of making traveling courses that will take trips all over the United States, as well as one that will bring students to the Arctic Circle.

One of the first two Brock Experiences courses is the Borderlines class, available for the summer of 2018. The class will focus on immigration, splitting time between Richmond and Tucson, Arizona. In both locations, students will interact with and learn about the local immigrant communities.

Spanish professor Dr. Renee Gutiérrez and criminal justice professor Dr. Connie Koski. Gutiérrez held an information session on the class on Monday, Feb. 5 for any interested potential students. This meeting had a very light attendance, though Gutiérrez said at least 15

Read more at: http://www.therotundaonline.com/features/new-brock-experience-to-send-students-to-the-border-to/article_d9668db4-1006-11e8-8315-abbe2dce0911.html

Cold Case Investigative Research Institute comes to ECC, criminal justice students work to solve mysterious death

ECC’s Director of Digital Technologies and Director of the Elgin Community College chapter of the CCIRI, Jemel Townsend, presents to students participating in the CCIRI criminal justice special topics

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Central Texas high school students evaluated on criminal justice skills

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Students from regional technical schools compete in skills competition at MBIT

Middle Bucks Institute of Technology hosted students from eight area career and technical schools in the SkillsUSA District 2 competitions this week.

Students from eight career and technical schools in Bucks, Delaware and Montgomery counties competed this week in more than 40 skills competitions at the 2018 SkillsUSA District 2 competitions, hosted by Middle Bucks Institute of Technology in Warwick. The competitions included automotive, welding, electrical, cosmetology, early childhood education, crime scene investigation, information technology services, web design, public speaking, job interview, and technical drafting.

SkillsUSA is the national organization for students in career and technical education programs. District competitions provide provide an opportunity for students to demonstrate skills mastered in their technical programs, and are judged by local business, industry and education leaders. Winners go on to state and national competitions.

Read more at: http://www.buckscountycouriertimes.com/news/20180131/students-from-regional-technical-schools-compete-in-skills-competition-at-mbit

Students from regional technical schools compete in skills …

Middle Bucks Institute of Technology hosted students from eight area career and technical schools in the SkillsUSA District 2 competitions this week.

Students from eight career and technical schools in Bucks, Delaware and Montgomery counties competed this week in more than 40 skills competitions at the 2018 SkillsUSA District 2 competitions, hosted by Middle Bucks Institute of Technology in Warwick. The competitions included automotive, welding, electrical, cosmetology, early childhood education, crime scene investigation, information technology services, web design, public speaking, job interview, and technical drafting.

SkillsUSA is the national organization for students in career and technical education programs. District competitions provide provide an opportunity for students to demonstrate skills mastered in their technical programs, and are judged by local business, industry and education leaders. Winners go on to state and national competitions.

Read more at: http://www.buckscountycouriertimes.com/news/20180131/students-from-regional-technical-schools-compete-in-skills-competition-at-mbit

Ramona students explore career options

Students attending Ramona Junior High got a taste of the varied and interesting career options that are available to them at a recent career day at their school. 

Among the 18 presenters was school librarian Mary Nolte, speaking about her former

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NEMO High School students invited to join MSHP Student Alliance Program

Captain James E. Wilt, commanding officer of Troop B, Macon, is pleased to announce Troop B will be conducting a two-day Student Alliance Program. The purpose of the program is to provide an opportunity for current high school students to learn more about law enforcement and the Missouri State Highway Patrol.

Captain James E. Wilt, commanding officer of Troop B, Macon, is pleased to announce Troop B will be conducting a two-day Student Alliance Program. The purpose of the program is to provide an opportunity for current high school students to learn more about law enforcement and the Missouri State Highway Patrol.

The 2018 Troop B Student Alliance Program will be conducted on two consecutive Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., beginning Saturday, March 3, at the Troop B Headquarters in Macon. Participants must provide their own transportation and will be on their own

Read more at: http://www.hannibal.net/news/20180122/nemo-high-school-students-invited-to-join-mshp-student-alliance-program

Lancashire students get a feel for crimes, scenes and investigations

Hidden away inside a shabby row of terraced houses are the scenes of multiple brutal crimes.

But these crime scenes are not all they appear, and the staged scenes are in fact used to teach students from across the world cutting-edge forensic science techniques –and has directly benefited the force keeping the Fylde coast safe.

The UCLan forensic house and lab Theodoros Zembyla

The UCLan forensic house and lab Theodoros Zembyla

Deryck Sharples, course leader in Forensic and Applied Sciences at the University of Central Lancashire, is proud of the resource which has helped to train some of the country’s finest forensic scientists since 2001.

He said: “The Forensic Science and Criminology course launched in 2000 and students genuinely love it. Being able to teach the practical elements in this way is just one of

Read more at: https://www.blackpoolgazette.co.uk/news/lancashire-students-get-a-feel-for-crimes-scenes-and-investigations-1-8937671