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meetings and on how to join
Student Engagement Contact
DAC Suite 124
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Dr. Antoinette Collarini-Schlossberg
Associate Professor, Criminal Justice & Legal Studies
Bent Hall Room 434
The Criminal Justice Association, in harmony with the objectives
of the Criminal Justice institute and St. John's University and in
recognition of the increasing demand for scientific study in all
areas of the Criminal Justice field, has been established:
1. To contribute to cultural enrichment of students and to improve
their person efficiently. 2. To provide for the enhancement of
study and research leading to the improvements of the current
3. To coordinate employment opportunities for members.
4. To provide social activities and events for members.
5. To obtain guest speakers whose ideas might be of interest and
importance to all students on campus.
The Criminal Justice Association is dedicated to contributing the
the field through the cultural and academic enrichment of students
by providing multiple opportunities for students to learn and
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