May 12, 2014
Governor McAuliffe declares the week of May 12th as Virginia Police Week and May 15th as Peace Officers Memorial Day.
Governor McAuliffe’s Proclamation
April 11, 2014
Dominique Munn was not available for the group picture at the Nu Sigma Induction Ceremony. Below is Dominique with here certificate.
April 8, 2014
Congratulations to KaWanda Temple (Class 2014) who has been offered a job with the Staunton, Virginia, Police Department after graduation.
April 4, 2014
Today the Nu Sigma Chapter of the Alpha Phi Sigma (National Criminal Justice Honor Society) inducted ten new members and two honorary faculty members during it’s second induction ceremony.
KaWanda Temple, President; Krystal Jones, Vice President; Charity Martin, Secretary; and Evenlyn Foster, Treasurer
Gabriella Perry, Paige Reed, Todd Mattox Raven Jackson (not pictured), Melanie Vargas, Maria Neff, Dominique Munn (not picture), Caitlin Novak, Kayla Cable, Jaelynn Bennett.
Honorary Faculty Inductees: (not pictured)
Dr. Dan Stuhlsatz and Dr. John Wells
New officers for the 2014-2015 academic year were elected in a short business meeting after the Induction Ceremony. The new officers are:
Todd Mattox, President; Gabriella Perry and Jaelynn Bennett, Co-Vice Presidents; Paige Reed, Secretary; Melanie Vargas, Treasurer
April 2, 2014
Charity Martin, Class of 2014, has been accepted to the University of Maryland School of Law where she wants to specialize in criminal law. Congratulations Charity.
March 26, 2014
Today, Caitlin Novak was tapped for induction into Nu Sigma, Criminal Justice, Mary Baldwin College chapter of the National Criminal Justice Honor Society.
March 25, 2014
Today, Maria Neff and Gabriella Perry were tapped for induction into Nu Sigma, Criminal Justice, Mary Baldwin College chapter of the National Criminal Justice Honor Society.
March 21, 2014
Today, Todd Mattox and Melanie Vargas were tapped for induction into Nu Sigma, Criminal Justice, Mary Baldwin College chapter of the National Criminal Justice Honor Society. KaWanda Temple, chapter President puts the tapping pin on Todd and she is pictured with KaWanda and Charity Martin, chapter Secretary. Melanie Vargas is pictured standing in front of the chapter banner after being pinned.
March 20, 2014
Today, Paige Reed and Dominique Munn were tapped for induction to Nu Sigma, Criminal Justice, Mary Baldwin College, chapter of the National Criminal Justice Honor Society. Congratulations to Paige and Dominique. Paige (left) is being penned by KaWanda Temple, Nu Sigma President and Dominique is being penned by Charity Martin, Nu Sigma Secretary. Also pictured is Chief (Ret.) Doug Davis.
March 13, 2014
Kudo’s to Charity Martin, Class of 2014. Charity has been accepted to two law schools and contacted by another. She has been accepted by the University of Baltimore and Howard University School of Law. Because of her high LSAT scores, she has been contacted by Penn State and has 6 other law schools she is waiting to hear from. It looks like Charity will have her pick. Way to go Charity!
March 10 – 11, 2014
Two students, Bibianna Santana and Shelby Jones, attended the 2014 Mid-Year Conference of the Virginia Association of Chiefs of Police in Staunton.
March is National Criminal Justice Month
December 6, 2013
Governor McDonnell Proclaims December 9th – 13th School and Campus Safety Week in Virginia.
On November 25, 2014, Jaelynn Bennett was tapped to be inducted into Nu Sigma, Mary Baldwin’s chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma, the National Criminal Justice Honor Society. Jaelynn was tapped for induction in front of her fellow students in Criminal Investigations class. Pictured with Jaelynn from left to right is Chief Jim Williams, Chapter President KaWanda Temple, Jaelynn Bennett and Chief (Ret.) Doug Davis.
On November 21, 2014, Kayla Cable was tapped to be inducted into Nu Sigma, Mary Baldwin’s chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma, the National Criminal Justice Honor Society. Kayla was tapped for induction in front of her fellow students in Comparative Criminal Justice Systems class. To become a member of the honor society, a student must have taken at least four criminal justice courses and have cumulative GPA in all criminal justice courses of 3.2 and an overall GPA of 3.2. Pictured with Kayla from left to right are Chief (Ret.) Doug Davis, Kayla Cable, Chapter Secretary Charity Martin and Chapter Treasurer Evenlyn Foster.
On November 19, 2014, Triveni Goswami Mathur, Ph.D
Fulbright-Nehru Visiting Lecturer Fellow 2013-14, spoke to the Comparative Criminal Justice Systems class on the criminal justice system in India.