Q: What is your name, major and hometown?
A: I’m Alyssa McWilliams, a criminal justice major from Arlington, Ohio.
Q: What is something hands-on you’ve been able to do at Findlay?
A: In my policing class, we did a gun simulation training.
Q: Name a professor that has changed your world and inspired you.
A: Todd Beitzel has inspired me because he helped me get my internship, and he’s helping me graduate a semester early.
Q: What appeals to you most about being a criminal justice major?
A: There is never a dull moment. There are a ton of interesting topics to debate.
Q: What is one thing that you love to do on campus?
A: I love to be involved in the Criminal Justice Club because there are a lot of opportunities to get involved in leadership. I started off as a member, and now, I’m the president. You also can earn half a credit, and you learn a lot of things without even realizing it as a club member.
Q: Do you have advice for students making their college decision?
A: Do not be afraid to get to get involved and take that leap to be yourself. Go out on your own and join organizations you never thought you would.
Q: What do you love about being an Oiler?
A: I love the professors. They have so many stories and so much history and knowledge in their field. I know that I’m blessed to go here because when I graduate, I know I’ll have an easy time finding a job, and I’ll have a lot of knowledge from the training I received from those professors.
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