Criminal Justice and Criminology

Kentucky Wesleyan Magazine Spring 2021

The Spring 2021 issue of the Kentucky Wesleyan Magazine is now in print and available online. Enjoy the latest issue, which includes a cover feature on “What Unites Us” along with features on the progress of our Three Pillars, Dr. Randy Capps ’57, Professors Nate and Molly Gross, Sashalia Ramirez ’23 and Panther football’s sophomore…

Why I Give – Jamie Duvall ’90

I grew up a few blocks from KWC and always followed their basketball and soccer teams. I used to walk over and watch games in the quad. When it was time to decide where I would play college soccer, it was an easy decision. I was always going to choose KWC. At KWC, I was…

Kentucky Wesleyan College Online Programs Receive Accolades

Kentucky Wesleyan College’s online programs have received a number of accolades and recognition in the last several weeks. The College offers 100% online degree programs in six majors and was recognized for both its overall online degree program as well as individual disciplines. PLEXUSS, which establishes rankings based on student demand and preferences, recognized KWC…

Why I Give – Dr. Ken Ayers

Professor Emeritus of Criminal Justice and Criminology (1978-2018) Former softball coach (1980. 1983-85, 1987-97), two-time Great Lakes Valley Conference (GLVC) Coach of the Year and all-time winningest coach in any Wesleyan sport with 351 wins in 15 years 2016 inductee, Athletic Hall of Fame 2018 recipient, Gus E. Paris Distinguished Service Award U.S. Navy, Retired,…

A Childhood Dream Fulfilled

McLean County High School Major: Criminal Justice and Criminology Accepted to Kentucky State Police Academy Jonah Brawner has wanted to be a policeman since he was a child, and he is almost ready to don a uniform. He will begin training at the Kentucky State Police (KSP) Academy in Frankfort on May 12, and after…

KWC grad lends skills to shelter for hot breakfasts

By Angela Oliver Messenger-Inquirer  |  May 6, 2017 Before the sun reaches its place in the sky on some mornings, Taylor Garcia-Grisham is on his way from his third-shift job at Kroger to one he created out of a local need. The aroma of cinnamon and butter floated through St. Benedict’s Shelter on Wednesday as…

Meet Dr. Catherine Eblen Sherrard ’95

Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs,Southern Indiana Region, Ivy Tech Community College B.S., Criminal Justice, Kentucky Wesleyan CollegeM.S., Justice Administration, University of LouisvilleEd.D., Education Leadership, Spalding University

Why I Give: Jim Griffin ’86

“I want others to have the same opportunities Wesleyan gave me. I had a full basketball scholarship, and I realize now what it meant to me. Kentucky Wesleyan is more than a school; it’s a special place, a community. I owe the College something. I think it’s an important responsibility to give back.”