Students Participate in Criminal Justice Program at FDU's Wroxton Campus
Teaneck, NJ (May 22, 2007)- Thirteen students from Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Metropolitan Campus are currently studying at Wroxton College, FDU’s overseas campus in Oxfordshire, England, as part of the 2007 criminal justice program entitled “Global Terrorism.” The program, which runs from May 20-June 1, gives students the opportunity to participate in seminars, coursework and other activities related to the study of terrorism.
The students attending are:
Peter Anthony Coste
Yvonne R. Hunt
Ashley Nicole Sato
Seminar topics include the psychology of terror, British experience with terrorism, community-based approaches, intelligence gathering, chemical and biological warfare, media’s role in terrorism, talking to terrorists and negotiating skills.
Instructors include Michael Smith, the intelligence correspondent for the Times of London, Robert Lambert, detective inspector of Metropolitan police, Tony Roberts, a member of the Association Chief Police Officers and Terrorist Committee, a former Member of Parliament, and faculty members of Bradford University and the University of Leicester.
In addition to course work, several cultural excursions are planned. Students will enjoy a Royal Shakespeare Company production of “The Seagull” at Stratford-upon-Avon, Stonehenge, Bath, Houses of Parliament, Old Bailey, and the Forces Training Center.
Fairleigh Dickinson University’s School of Criminal Justice is part of the school’s University College and leads to a Bachelor of Arts degree in criminal justice. Fairleigh Dickinson’s University College is committed to providing students with strong foundations in the arts, humanities, sciences and engineering fields in preparation for professional careers as they prepare to be productive citizens of the 21st century.