Congratulations Alpha Phi Sigma for Success at the ACJS Conference!
Members of Alpha Phi Sigma, the criminal justice honor society, attended the annual conference held in National Harbor, Maryland during spring break. The APS conference is held during the annual ACJS conference. Students from EKU competed in a variety of categories (knowledge test, crime scene investigation, and college bowl) against colleges from all over the country and Canada. They also prepared presentations on the theme of the year (police reform), leadership, unity, and service. Those presentations highlighted the APS activities the EKU chapter performed leading up to the conference. Students were also able to participate in a competitive scholarship process.
Leadership Award - 1st Place
Theme of the Year Award - 1st Place
Crime Scene - 3rd Place
Knowledge Test - Matthew Hallock, 3rd Place
College Bowl - 3rd Place
Student Achievement Award - Matthew Hallock
Academic Scholarship - Jordan Salem
Alexis Harris - Recognized from the organizers of the crime scene for demonstrating actions of a true advocate for her treatment of the victim in the scenario.
Emily Colonel - Sophomore in Criminal Justice, and Forensic Science
Haleigh Crepps - Senior in Criminal Justice, National Member
Tatiana Gargac - Junior in Criminal Justice, National Member
Ava Glackler - Sophomore in Criminal Justice
Matthew Hallock - Senior in Criminal Justice & Police Studies, National Member
Alexis Harris - Junior in Criminal Justice, National Member
Ella Lowe - Sophomore in Homeland Security
Ian Meurer - Senior in Criminal Justce
Sophie Owen - Senior in Criminal Justice, National Member
Emma Ryan - Sophomore in Homeland Security
Jordan Salem - Senior in Criminal Justice, National Member
Ashley Zizzo - Senior in Criminal Justice, National Member
Co-advisors are Carlin Conway, APS Alumni and Director, Office of Institutional Equity & Title IX Coordinator Dr. James Wells, and Lee Ann Morrison.
Published on March 20, 2023