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SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY: The Kentucky Association of Chiefs of Police are accepting applications for their 2015 scholarship awards.  You must be a full time undergraduate student or a part time graduate student & full time law enforcement officer and a resident of Kentucky to be considered.  Application (pdf) materials are on our website at: www.kypolicechiefs.org.  NOTE:  Application materials must be received by KACP Executive Director, James Pendergraff by June 15, 2015

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Price Foster retired! That was big news for his family.

Professor Foster's career at U of L began in 1981. One of his enduring contributions to the university was the International Service Learning Program (ISLP) which was established in 1996. Foster helped establish and shape this interdisciplinary program and supported it with countless international trips. No doubt many students traveled to Belize, the Philippines, or Botswana to learn and serve developing communities because of his encouragment and support.

To honor J. Price Foster's career, his family has created the J Price Foster Scholarship Fund at the University of Louisville. This fund will provide ISLP scholarships for students with financial need, giving preference to those in Justice Administration.

The family of Price Foster invites you to contribute to this fund as a way to honor their father, his career, and his legacy of wholeheartedly supporting students. You may donate online at FundforUofL or by mailing in the attached form. Please mark your donation for E2080­ J Price Foster Family Fund.

Your support of this scholarship is greatly appreciated!

Sincerely,    Jamie Foster, Kimberley Foster Evans  & Susan Foster Squires

We have an active and exciting program within Criminal Justice. At the Department of Criminal Justice, we pride ourselves in offering high quality educational programs. Our faculty have degrees from some of the best institutions of higher education in the United States and are all actively involved in research and service that addresses critical issues in criminal justice and public safety.  The faculty and staff  stand ready to provide you with the knowledge, skills and support you need to attain your educational and professional goals.

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