Professor Stephanie Schindel
Assistant Professor of Psychology, received the Magic Makers Award from Big Brothers Big Sisters of Beaver County for a cooperative program that she developed.
The overarching goal of Geneva College's criminal justice program is to create an interdisciplinary experience, drawing from psychology, human services, sociology, and political science, that prepares students to serve God through compassionate service. Students will develop into community leaders who understand service to God and neighbor and will holistically work toward building the Kingdom of God in their local or national context.
Seniors in the major experience an intensive criminal justice internship at a local agency, as well as participate in a seminar on professional ethics.
In the past four years, on average, 90% of Geneva students are working or in grad school within six months after graduation.