Bridgewater--- The following students from Bridgewater State College presented research and participated in panel discussions at the annual Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences annual meeting which was held in Boston:
Kristina Curtis of Whitman, a graduate student working on a master's degree in criminal justice, was a member of a panel discussion panel with other representatives from Bridgewater State College.
Elizabeth Mills of Brockton, a graduate student working on a master's degree in psychology, presented her paper entitled "The Downside of Technology: Prevalence and Trends in Cyberbullying."
Donna M. Molloy of North Easton, a senior majoring in criminal justice, and Christina Smith of Hanover, a senior majoring in criminal justice and psychology, discussed the Alternatives to Violence Program workshops and their benefits to students and prisoners. The discussion focused on the inner-workings of the program itself as well as the engaged student learning from this experience.
Nicole Wilson of Middleboro, a graduate student working on a master's degree in social work, presented her paper entitled "From Research to Practice: Promising Trends in Tracking and Preventing School Bullying."
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