The Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice will host its eighth annual criminal justice roundtable on four Wednesdays in February and March: February 22 and 29 and March 21 and 28. The hour-long presentations will begin at noon in Bluford Library, Room 258.
The roundtable is an opportunity for faculty and students to present research for peer discussion and review. It is also an important aspect of the department’s commitment to undergraduate and faculty research.
Topics and presentations include “Fletcher et al v. Lamone et al: The Political Impact of Prison Gerrymandering” and “Small States and the WTO: An Analysis of the Antiqua-U.S. Internet Gambling Dispute.” Among the presenters are James P. Mayes, assistant professor; Dr. Daniel White, professor; and Shon F. Barnes, adjunct instructor, all from the Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice.
For further details about the roundtable or the Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice, call 336 285-2046.