ACU sociology and criminal justice students, professors participate in conferences
For Immediate Release
March 29, 2000
Five Abilene Christian University students and professors from the Department of Sociology and Social Work attended the Southwestern Social Science Association Meetings in Galveston during spring break.
Amy Forest, senior sociology major from LaGrange, and David Gotcher, assistant professor of sociology, presented a paper titled "Teaching Sociology Via Distance Learning" at the meetings.
David Daniel, senior sociology major from Abilene; Juan Herrera, junior sociology major from Abilene; and Sherry Baisden, instructor of sociology, also attended the conference.
Two ACU sociology and criminal justice students, Ben Lozowski, senior from Hancock, Md., and Brad Rogers, junior from Plano, attended a three-day course in latent fingerprint analysis presented by the FBI.
The course was sponsored by ACU's Department of Sociology and Social Work and Chemistry and the Abilene Police Department.
Lozowski and Rogers, top students in the criminal justice program were invited to attend the course along with law enforcement officers from across Texas.
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