Criminology, psychology students showcase junior experiences

The work of a total of 23 junior and senior Criminology and Psychology students was on display on Sunday at the 8th Annual Behavioral Sciences Showcase. The students presented posters from their junior experiences, which included independent study projects or an internship.

Nearly 100 current and prospective students, faculty and staff attended the event. 

Highlighting the event was a panel of young alumni, who shared their career journeys with nearly 100 current and prospective students, faculty and staff who attended the event. The panel included:

•    Jake McGraw, ’15, probation officer/deputy bailiff for the Tiffin-Fostoria Municipal Court
•    Dr. Heather Unrue-Choe, ’09, a licensed pediatric psychologist at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and Medical Center
•    Elliott Dombrosky, ’17, Alumni and Continuing Care Coach at Milestones, assisting in client care and transitions after completing the Residential Trauma program
•    Randi Kelsey, ’17, Special Agent with Capital Police, providing protection for Congressional leadership

Congratulations on a job well done to this year’s student presenters: Daniel Peacock, Sarah Toppin, Cole Noftz, Brook Franz, David Haines, Jacob Horsch, Corey Jahn, Aurora Kinney, Kathleen Brady, Jessica Fuentes, Jessika Cotsmire, Molly Burkholder, Alessandra Piazza, Emily Wagner, Brandon Short, Alexis Young, Amanda Sharier, Kendall Wright, Ainsley Tucker, Alexis Russell, Lauren Buskirk, Ericka Ray and Matt Belville.

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