Lambda Alpha Epsilon Members Win Awards

Members of Truman’s Chi chapter of Lambda Alpha Epsilon, a criminal justice academic fraternity, attended the American Criminal Justice Association’s 2007 National Conference in Wilmington, Del., from March 18-24.

The chapter won several individual and team awards. Truman won the first place upper division Crime Scene Investigations award with the team of Lauren Block, a senior justice systems major from Florissant, Mo.; Beatrice Kelrick, a senior justice systems major from Kirksville; and Lindsay Lambert, a senior biology major from Maryland Heights, Mo. Also winning second place was a Chi team of Maria Kaylen, a senior justice systems major from Columbia, Mo.; Gabby Stocke, a senior justice systems major from St. Louis; and Nick Zotos, a sophomore justice systems major from Chesterfield, Mo.

Chi chapter adviser Joe Nedelec won the third place professional division Corrections award. Kaylen won the third place upper division Juvenile Justice award. Chapter president Zotos won the first place lower division Police Management and Organization award as well as second place in the student paper competition.

Meetings currently take place at 7 p.m. on Thursdays. Everyone who has an interest in the field is welcome to attend.
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