JWU College of Arts & Sciences

Guilty Until Proven Innocent: The Jeffrey Scott Hornoff Story

It takes a lot to share the most difficult parts of your life to a room full of strangers — but last week Jeffrey Scott Hornoff stood on stage in front of a packed audience at JWU’s Providence Campus and told the story of how he was wrongfully convicted of first-degree murder.


Topics: Criminal Justice Arts & Sciences Providence

Investigating & Preventing Terrorism: Mike Rankin Visits JWU Denver

The threat of Homegrown Violent Extremists (HVE) is real, and unfortunately, not an unfamiliar term to Colorado Bureau of Investigation Director Mike Rankin.

Topics: Denver Criminal Justice

RI Attorney General Encourages Students to Embrace Change

"Recognize opportunity. Pursue what you're passionate about, even if you don't know what that is today," Rhode Island Attorney General Peter Kilmartin told the students assembled in Schneider Auditorium on Johnson & Wales' Providence campus. 

Topics: Providence Criminal Justice Distinguished Visiting Professor