Dale Kapla and Greg Warchol (Criminal Justice) presented the resuts of two research projects at the American Society of Criminology annual meeting in Washington, D.C. in November. The first presentation titled “Concealed Carry Campus” included the results of a campus-wide opinion survey of a sample of NMU students on the efficacy of allowing students with concealed carry handgun permits to carry firearms on campus. The second presentation, “Policing the Wilderness,” examined the recruitment, training and daily operations of field rangers working in both private and public game reserves in South Africa. This project was supported by an NMU faculty grant.
Gary Stark (Business) presented "Opening the Possibility of Community Service to All Students: The Superior Edge Student Development Program" at the 2011 Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference. The paper was co-authored by Rachel Harris (Center for Student Enrichment) and Robert Lion (Business). Stark also presented “Extending the Benefits of Team Exams Across Disciplines” at the 2011 Scholarship of Teaching & Learning Conference.
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