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National Rankings for GS Criminal Justice

Our hard work has borne fruit! We received our rankings from Intelligent.com earlier this semester. The GS Criminal Justice & Criminology Bachelor program was ranked second in the nation and won the award for Best Internships! For more information on these rankings, navigate to Intelligent’s Best Criminal Justice Degree Programs website. The GS Criminal Justice […]

Armstrong Graduate Named Police Chief!

Congratulations to Chief Shawn Buchanan!!! A 1994 Armstrong Atlantic State graduate, Chief Buchanan has been with the East Point Police Department for 23 years starting as a Patrol Officer in 1998. He has since held several positions within the police department. Buchanan has worked in the Detectives Division, Traffic Unit, Special Operations Unit, served as […]

Internship Showcase

Please take a moment to read about the experience of one of our outstanding Criminal Justice and Criminology Interns, Ashante Hill. “This past summer I had the opportunity to intern with the Chatham County District Attorney’s Victim Witness Assistance Program. During my time here, I was assigned to work with victims that ranged from minor […]

Dr. Posick Named Co-Director of GS NYAR Center

Criminal Justice and Criminology Associate Professor, Dr. Chad Posick has accepted the Co-Director Position for the National Youth Advocacy and Resilience (NYAR) Research Center at Georgia Southern University. Starting in January 2022, Dr. Posick will be working with Dr. McBrayer (the other Co-Director) to conduct research related to the mission of the Center, engage in […]