Keiser University West Palm Beach campus leaders recently inducted Criminal Justice student Laura Reyes into the Alpha Phi Sigma Honor Society.

 

“It was an honor and privilege to induct Laura, a mentee and fellow army veteran into this prestigious group,” said Criminal Justice Program Director Dr. Corinna Balderramos Robinson. “It was also very endearing to hear the comments from family members, and for our campus president Kimberly Lea to join in the ceremony,” she said.

 

The only Criminal Justice honor society, Alpha Phi Sigma is a certified member of the Association of College Honor Societies and is affiliated with the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. With the goal of honoring and promoting academic excellence, community service, educational leadership, and unity It recognizes undergraduate and graduate students of Criminal Justice, as well as Juris Doctor students.
 

Keiser University’s Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice provides preparation in many areas of the criminal justice system. Topics include but are not limited to: deviant behavior, forensics, law enforcement and investigation, victimology, private security, corrections and juvenile justice and how components work together and are governed by our laws, the Supreme Court and the U.S. Constitution. This exploration of the American criminal justice system culminates with an emphasis on research, analysis and the future of the system.

 

 

Laura Reyes (center) is inducted into the Alpha Phi Sigma honor society by Keiser University Criminal Justice Program Director Corinna Balderramos Robinson as husband Eduardo looks on.

(L-R) Eduardo and Laura Reyes with Keiser University West Palm Beach campus president Kimberly Lea