CRIM 451: Race, Crime, and Justice
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Kylie Cabot

Liberal Arts Major: Criminology
Minor: Psychology
Hometown: Pottstown, Pennsylvania 
Experience Time: Fall 2022

Give us a brief summary of your experience?

During my experience in Curaçao, I took part in a variety of activities that furthered the knowledge that I gained from taking the CRIM 451 course. These activities immersed students in the culture while learning about how race, crime, and justice has affected the island.

How did this experience impact you academically?

As a future attorney, it is extremely important for me to understand race, crime, and justice. These topics are more complex than they seem and are crucial to the betterment of society and the legal field.

"As a future attorney, it is extremely important for me to understand race, crime, and justice."

How will this experience impact your career goals?

Being able to engage with fellow students in this unique setting has allowed me to make connections. I was surrounded by people that had the same academic and professional interests as me, which will help me in my future career as an attorney.

How has the College of the Liberal Arts helped you to find and/or succeed in this experience (e.g., adviser, faculty, staff, enrichment funds, etc.)?

Without the enrichment funding and resources that the College of the Liberal Arts has to offer, I would never have been able to take part in these unique experiences. I consider myself a more well-rounded and educated student because of the opportunities that I have been able to take part in.

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