In June, two Lynchburg College students are headed to Oaxaca, Mexico, under a new partnership announced this past spring between the College and the Universidad Autonoma Benito Juarez de Oaxaca (UABJO), a public university in Oaxaca de Juarez, Mexico.
On February 7, the Virginia State Police brought a crime scene to life for criminology professor Dan Murphy’s Crime Scene Investigation class.
Toy Ayers Eagle ’13 was halfway to a nursing degree when she transferred to University of Lynchburg. But then criminology stole her heart. She signed up for one criminology class as an elective, but learning about the justice system, criminology theory, and high-profile court trials revived a longtime interest. “When I was younger I used […]
A new book by two University of Lynchburg professors provides parents and students with a comprehensive understanding of child abuse and the legal system. Dr. Kimberly McCabe, chair of the criminology department, authored Child Abuse: Today’s Issues with criminology instructor Daniel Murphy, a former police officer whose specialty included investigations of child abuse cases. The book […]
A group of Lynchburg College criminology students recently returned from a trip to England and Scotland. They learned about the criminal justice systems in those countries and compared them to the U.S. system.
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