I would also like to thank my CSC colleagues who now handle so many of the predeparture details: Heather and Danielle in the Start Office who handle advising and financial aid issues, Pam in the Business Office who manages all of the student London accounts and makes sure all the bills are paid, and Angie and Tamsyn in Market Development who keep all the paperwork (and me) organized. Thanks to the Justice Studies department ( Jeri, Jamie, Mike, and Lisette) who support the study abroad program in so many ways. And to Dr. Charles Snare who flew 900 miles out of his way to experience the London program first hand and then took us all out to dinner.
I have nothing but positive things to say about the London ISA (International Studies Abroad) staff - Maria, Thomas, Maria, Sol and Pauline. They were everything we had hoped for - organized, punctual, professional, and fun to be around. All of the guides they arranged for us were very knowledgable and pleasant.
As they say, last, but certainly not least, my thanks go out to Constable Richard Watson who spends countless hours orchestrating many of our activities and then takes time away from work to be our personal guide in London. Without his influence, we would not get to experience all facets of the English justice system. He's a great friend to the CSC Justice Studies London study abroad program - the students always thoroughly enjoy meeting him, and I couldn't do this program without him.
Another successful program in the books, and plans are already underway for the 37th Justice Studies London program. Alumni and friends of the college are always welcome to join us!!