ATTENTION: Due to low registration the April 2019 conference has been canceled. A new date in the fall will be announced within the next two weeks. Refunds for registrations are pending. Please contact the hotel to cancel room reservations. We apologize for this inconvenience.
PACJE 2019: “Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice” will be hosted by West Chester University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Cassandra L. Reyes, associate professor of criminal justice is the coordinator of PACJE 2019. Mark your calendar and keep an eye on this Website for the registration to open for the April 13 and 14, 2019, conference.
PACJE 2018 will be hosted by Lock Haven University. Dr. Ed Bowman, assistant professor of criminal justice, will be the coordinator of PACJE 2018. Mark your calendar for April 6-7, 2018.
Justice For All: The Path Forward: Edinboro University hosted the 2017 annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Association of Criminal Justice Educators (PACJE). Dr. Deborah Vegh, assistant professor of criminal justice and First VP of PACJE, coordinated the conference. Approximately 100 Pennsylvania criminal justice faculty, students, practitioners, and attendants participated in the conference.
PACJE has launched a fresh look in 2017! Special thanks go to Ashley Olinger, Edinboro University Graphic Design alumna, for creating our new progressive logo.
The Politics of Justice: Eastern University hosted the 2016 annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Association of Criminal Justice Educators (PACJE). Dr. Sheryl Van Horne, assistant professor of criminal justice, coordinated the event. Many Pennsylvania criminal justice faculty, students, practitioners, and family of students attended and/or participated in the conference.
Thirty-three students, faculty, and practitioners made presentations in 6 panels and roundtables.
2016 Awards & Scholarships
Graduate Student Scholarship recipient: Matthew Kijowski, IUP
Undergraduate Student Scholarship recipient: Shannon Bair, Mercyhurst University
Outstanding Undergraduate Student Paper recipient: Haley Schaef, Mercyhurst University
Outstanding Graduate Student Paper recipient: Matthew Kijowski, IUP