Justice Studies Club
The Justice Studies Club is a place where all students can voice any opinions, concerns, ideas, or questions in a just atmosphere. Our focus is to share views, increase awareness and affect positive change. One way we hope to achieve our goal is by organizing community service events having a connection to the field of justice. Ultimately, we hope to raise a consciousness of the just and unjust, beyond our immediate environment.
John Curtis began his college career at Morris County College where he majored in Criminal Justice and later transferred to Montclair State University. He was impressed with the multi-disciplinary Justice Studies program offered and felt that getting an education in such a way would be beneficial to him in the long term. John recently completed his internship with the United States Marshall's Service in Newark where he wishes to obtain employment.
Lisa Gulisano was also a transfer student. Initially, she attended Ithaca College in New York transferring to Rutgers University, before finally relocating to Montclair State University in Spring 2001. Originally planning to major in Education, Lisa decided on Sociology and Justice Studies with a minor in Human Services. She completed an internship at the Winona M. Lipman Child Advocacy Center and graduated in May, 2003. Lisa plans on returning to Montclair State University for graduate school in the Educator Trainer Program, and aspires to teach at the higher education level.
The Justice Studies Club is still a fairly new organization and with steady support can continue to grow. New members are always welcome. Please contact the Club's advisor Dr. Gabriel Rubin for information on new membership.