Social Science Student Organizations
Criminal Justice Association (CJA)
The Criminal Justice Association (CJA) is a student-run club which allows anyone interested in crime and justice to get together for fun and educational events.
The CJA gives students the chance to earn leadership experience by holding an office and working to plan events for campus and the larger community.
In recent years the CJA has hosted speeches by Chief Koval of Madison Police Department, former Chief Noble Wray, DEA Agents, WI Department of Justice Detectives, Dane County Sheriff Dave Mahoney, and many noteworthy academics who study crime, such as Dr. Alice Goffman and Dr. Cesar Rebellon.
For more information contact Carolyn Field, Ph.D., Criminal Justice Program Director at email@example.com
To raise the political dialogue and activity on campus.
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Students in Free Enterprise
SIFE is an international student organization on more than 1,500 college campuses in 37 countries. Edgewood College SIFE members work as teams to design and implement educational outreach projects that empower individuals through the development of a better understanding of free enterprise. As part of the SIFE team, you will participate in regional and national competitions. Edgewood's team has been Chicago Regional champions on several occasions.