12 May 2008
Criminal Justice Department Announces Recipients of
The JSU Criminal Justice Department has announced the award of eight $500 “mini-scholarships” to a select group of criminal justice
majors and graduate students. The scholarships are awarded to encourage these students to attend May and Summer Session 2008 classes.
The six undergraduates and two graduate students were nominated by criminal justice faculty members, and the awards were confirmed
by the department as a whole after the students’ past academic performance, character, motivation and potential were reviewed by a
The award recipients are Alan K. Appley of Cedartown, Georgia; Candiace Brown of Heflin, Alabama; Celia Engle of Pinson, Alabama;
Michael Hardy of Lawrenceville, Georgia; Lorinda Mitchell of Munford, Alabama; Kacy Niven of Rainsville, Alabama; Amanda Nwosu of
Harvest, Alabama; and Gary Price of Anniston, Alabama. Lorinda Mitchell and Kacy Niven are graduate students pursuing the
master of science in criminal justice.
The summer months traditionally are a “time-off” for many students, when many take summer jobs or just relax. The mini-scholarships
are designed to encourage more high caliber students to enroll in May and Summer classes at JSU. These scholarships are intended
to help make attending May and Summer Session courses more affordable for these talented young men and women.
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