- Part 1
- Attend some portion of the MSU Celebration of Student Scholarship Wednesday, April 26.
- Use either the posted poster rubric or presentation rubric to evaluate at least one event.
- Submit your completed rubric in class Friday, April 28.
- Part 2
- Add your comments to this blog post
- The most difficult aspect of crime analysis is connecting theory and data.
- You might find it difficult to find any clear examples of any researchers in any field at CSS describing a meaningful connection between theory and data.
- Why is this so rare/difficult?
- Question & answer
- Lab time
Slides – Introduction to Mapping
MLK Week Activities – Jan. 16-19
Morehead State University’s Office of Student Activities, Inclusion and Leadership Development is pleased to invite you to a week-long celebration commemorating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. beginning January 16th.
2016 MLK Celebration Schedule of Events
- Monday, Jan. 16
Memorial Walk and Speech 6 p.m. 002 Breckinridge Hall. Hot chocolate and coffee will be provided. Sponsored by SAIL and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc.
- Tuesday, Jan. 17
Art Exhibit: The Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Athena Room, Camden-Carroll Library. The exhibit will run through March 1.
- Wednesday, Jan. 18
MLK Documentary and Discussion of his Legacy 6 p.m. – 112 Radar Hall. Popcorn and drinks provided.
Sponsored by SAIL and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc.
- Thursday, Jan. 19
An Evening of Arts and Culture, 7 p.m., Button Drill Room
Additional information is available by contacting Student Activities, Inclusion and Leadership Development at 606-783-2071.