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SUNY Canton Recognizes Criminal Justice Honor Society Members

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Alpha Phi Sigma sealThe SUNY Canton chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma criminal justice honor society welcomed 50 new members during the past academic year.

“It is my honor as one of the Alpha Phi Sigma advisors to recognize the hard work and personal sacrifice it takes to achieve the scholastic excellence required for induction,” said Assistant Professor Kelly Peterson, who teaches in the Criminal Justice programs. “I look forward to watching you and your careers grow just as we have seen you progress academically.”

The society recognizes academic excellence for students in Criminal Justice and related programs. Its core goals are to promote academic excellence to make the criminal justice system and its practitioners more effective and ethical. Typically, the top 10 percent of junior- and senior-level students in the college’s four-year programs are invited to join.

All Alpha Phi Sigma students are part of SUNY Canton’s Center for Criminal Justice, Intelligence and Cybersecurity, which contains seven academic programs. The center offers advanced educational opportunities for students pursuing graduate degrees. It’s also home to the SUNY Canton Corrections Academy and the David Sullivan - St. Lawrence County Law Enforcement Academy, creating direct links to employment after graduation.

Among the students inducted were:

  • Courtney Allen, Criminal Investigation
  • Brianna Augustus, Criminal Investigation
  • Jasonnah Bink, Criminal Investigation
  • Tyler Bowman, Criminal Investigation
  • Jasmine Carr, Criminal Investigation
  • Ernesto Chen Qiu, Criminal Investigation
  • Jade Coffey, Criminal Investigation
  • Kaitlyn Daniels, Homeland Security
  • Jessica Davis, Criminal Investigation
  • Martino Delgado, Homeland Security
  • Kaitlyn Doud, Criminal Investigation
  • Ashley Fink, Criminal Investigation
  • Nicole Flores, Criminal Investigation
  • Roy Gilmour, Law Enforcement Leadership
  • S'Nya Glover, Criminal Investigation
  • Sierra Halstead, Criminal Investigation
  • Leigha Haskins, Homeland Security
  • Jordan Hatch, Homeland Security
  • Lauren Hawley, Criminal Investigation
  • Morgan Hoolahan, Criminal Investigation
  • Griffin Hughes, Homeland Security
  • Ruth Jabaut, Criminal Investigation
  • Ashley Kingsbury, Criminal Investigation
  • Melissa Klein, Criminal Investigation
  • Alicia Latini, Law Enforcement Leadership
  • Hannah Lawrence, Criminal Investigation
  • Dazia Laws, Criminal Investigation
  • Eric Leroux, Homeland Security
  • Kelsey Lyga, Criminal Investigation
  • Kaitlyn McGlaun, Criminal Investigation
  • John McGrath, Homeland Security
  • John McGrew, Criminal Investigation
  • Danae Medina, Criminal Investigation
  • Cheyenne Merry, Criminal Investigation
  • Nicholas Miller, Criminal Investigation
  • Christian O'Hora, Law Enforcement Leadership
  • Kylei Pena, Criminal Investigation
  • Katherine Quane, Criminal Investigation
  • Paige Richardson, Criminal Investigation
  • Lee Rider, Criminal Investigation
  • Morgan Rodriguez, Criminal Investigation
  • Molly Sammon, Criminal Investigation
  • Megan Sleeth, Criminal Investigation
  • Jessica Stettner, Criminal Investigation
  • Kyleigh Storrs, Criminal Investigation
  • Taylor Typhair, Criminal Investigation
  • Taylor VanBrocklin, Criminal Investigation
  • Vincent VanBrocklin, Homeland Security
  • Jacob Vierno, Homeland Security
  • Jamie Vogt, Criminal Investigation
  • Nichole Ward, Criminal Investigation
  • Lauren Williams, Criminal Investigation
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As Northern New York's premier college for career-driven bachelor's degrees, associate degrees and professional certificate programs, SUNY Canton delivers quality hands-on programs in digital design, engineering technology, health, management and public service. Faculty members are noted for their professional real-world experience in addition to outstanding academic credentials. As SUNY's leader in online education, SUNY Canton OnLine offers hundreds of flexible and convenient courses as well as 22 online degree programs. The college placed first in 14 categories in a SUNY-Wide Student Opinion Survey, most notably in career services, tutoring, library resources, and classroom facilities. The SUNY Canton Kangaroos 15 traditional athletic teams compete at the NCAA Division III level as part of the North Atlantic Conference. SUNY Canton also features varsity eSports and cheerleading.

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The SUNY Canton chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma criminal justice honor society welcomed 50 new members during the past academic year.