At this year’s commencement ceremony, 37 Criminal Justice graduates received the prestigious Albert Roberts Scholar Award. Each year this award is given to graduates who have demonstrated uncommon achievement in the Criminal Justice major. Students who receive this award must complete a minimum GPA of 3.8 in the major. This award remembers longtime faculty member Al Roberts, a scholar of victimology and social work, who had exemplary commitment to undergraduate education.
This year’s recipients are: Diana Marie Abdallah, Mena Beshay, Jason M. Boyle, Michael J. Brown, Raquel P. Catrocho, Stephanie Chaglla, Steven J. Criscio, Fortunato A. Damiano, Sandra Ghobraiel, Jessica Guarracino, Jamie Y. Kang, Colleen E. King, Brian R. Lorentzen, Jerome A. Mangroo, Douglas M. Marino, Thomas R. Mathews, Andrew M. Maza, Connor Francis Montferrat, Francesca J. Nuñez, Leah Anne Palmieri, Christopher C. Patras, Aubrey L. Person, Neelum Quraishi, Joseph Radwanski, Joseph R. Rocha, Ramona Alliah Ross, Victoria M. Saraiva, Katherine Sarrico, Jocelyn Sperlazza, Jessica L. Stockl, Caroline E. Sweeney, Kara A. Trivolis, Natalie A. Twerdowsky, Forhad Ullah, Janel A. Valladares, Jennifer L. Wittmer, and Devin T. Wright.