Public Affairs and Social Research News
The Department of Public Affairs and Social Research has some news!
- Dr. Claudia San Miguel together with two students (Maria del Rosario Benavides- Sociology Graduate Student and Andrea Almendarez- Sociology Undergraduate Student) were awarded a DHS Summer Research Fellowship to study Human Trafficking.
- The Sociology Honor Society (Alpha Kappa Delta) inducted 13 undergraduate students Spring 2014.
- Our Criminal Justice Program has a new chapter (Nu Psi Chapter) of the National Criminal Justice Honor Society, Alpha Phi Sigma!
- Faculty Advisors are Drs. Frances Bernat and Kelly Frailing
Sharing information about our alumni, students and friends is an important part of the PASR's mission. We hope that you will help share your honors, awards, and travels with us. Please let us know what employment opportunities your agency or department might have available for our current students and if you are interested in having our students work as interns in your public or non-profit agency.
- Master of Public Administration: Monzerrat Calderon, Francisco Castillo, Juan Federico Espinoza and Maiva Issa Garcia
- Master of Science in Criminal Justice: Thomas F. Brown and Flor Mayela Hernandez
Fall 2012 PASR Graduates with a Master's degree:
- Master of Arts in Political Science: Andrea Beattie, Henry Miller and Francisco Reyes Nava
- Master of Arts in Sociology: Ana Acosta and Lisa Trujillo
- Master of Public Administration: Gabriel Gallardo, Isis Granados, Jacqueline Ramos, Sandra Rodriguez, Nora Resendez, and Christina Trevino-Nazarin
- Master of Science in Criminal Justice: Diana Carreon, Melissa Valadez-Garza and Ronnica Gutierrez
Spring 2012 PASR Graduates with a Master's degree:
- Master of Arts in Political Science: Nastaran Barari
- Master of Arts in Sociology: Mary Aguilar, Susan Aguilar, Maria Leticia Cruz-Valle, Sylvia Leija, Gabriela Leon, Kimberly Martin del Campo, Guillermo Vasquez, Jr.
Alumni and Friends News:
- Stephanie Hernández is one a few students selected to be part of Teaching for America.
- Amanda Gomez has graduated from the police academy and works for Customs and Border Patrol.
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Please provide us with your news and updates. We look forward to hearing from you!
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