B-CU students and faculty attend the 32nd Annual Preventing Crime in the Black Community Conference
B-CU students and faculty attend the 32nd Annual Preventing Crime in the Black Community Conference — Students and faculty recently attended the 32nd annual, “Preventing Crime in the Black Community Conference,” in Orlando, Florida. During this year’s conference, B-CU Center for Undergraduate Re-search Excellence students (CURE) and prospective Criminal Justice majors assisted the faculty with facilitating breakout discussions among conference participants. Faculty members conducted workshops on strategies to improve the relationship be-tween law enforcement and the minority community. Additionally, CURE students prepared individual presentations on their participation and experience at the conference as a part of their assignment. The students also had the opportunity to meet and converse with local leaders and notables such as Mr. Harris Rosen, President of the Rosen Hotels & Resorts, Inc.; Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings; and Orange County Commissioner Victoria Siplin. For more information, contact Dr. Randy Nelson, Criminal Justice Administration Graduate Program Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org or (850) 567-0536.