SWOSU Duo Wins Second at SWACJ

James Blood, Daniel Omoleye, Dr. Howard Kurtz, Julian Cole, Austin Browning, Dr. Dorie Astle, Blessing Abiodun, Dallas Lyles, Armando Flores and Kevin Williams
Southwestern Oklahoma State University students and faculty recently participated in the Southwestern Association of Criminal Justice (SWACJ) annual meeting held in Oklahoma City. Attending were (from left): James Blood, Daniel Omoleye, Dr. Howard Kurtz, Julian Cole, Austin Browning, Dr. Dorie Astle, Blessing Abiodun, Dallas Lyles, Armando Flores and Kevin Williams.
Armando Flores and Chase Maxwell
SWOSU criminal justice students Armando Flores (second from left) of Friona TX and Chase Maxwell of Elk City were the second place team winners of the Criminal Justice Quiz Bowl. Congratulating them are Dr. Dorie Astle and Dr. Howard Kurtz.

Southwestern Oklahoma State University students and faculty recently participated in the Southwestern Association of Criminal Justice (SWACJ) annual meeting held in Oklahoma City, and two students won second place at the Criminal Justice Quiz Bowl part of the meeting.

SWOSU criminal justice students Armando Flores of Fiona TX and Chase Maxwell of Elk City were the second place team winners.

SWOSU students participated in various events including the quiz bowl, poster presentations, panel discussions and a CSI competition. Dr. Dorie Astle’s Critical Issues class students Julian Cole of Kansas City KS (Piper) and Kevin Williams of Elk City were panelists on the panel Faith and Ethics in Correctional Practice. They discussed ethics and the death penalty.

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