CINA Scholar Isaiah Hall expands research skills
As a Criminology, Law and Society major at George Mason University with a minor in Intelligence Analysis, Isaiah Hall currently focuses his academic work on surveillance and privacy in contemporary society, hate crimes, criminal investigations, and intelligence analysis techniques.
In addition to scholarly pursuits, Hall also serves as a Police Cadet Private First-Class at Mason’s Fairfax Campus where he has gained experience in areas such as crime prevention, classified information, traffic control, safety escorts and more with a constituency encompassing 6,000+ on-campus students. Read more about Isaiah.
CINA Scholar Jay Suarez hones collaboration and analysis skills
Jay Suarez, a junior at George Mason University, brought an interesting background to his CINA Scholar 2021 summer internship with the U.S. DHS Office of Strategy, Policy and Plans (OSPP).
As early as high school, Jay Suarez had taken courses that revolved around criminal justice systems, even participating in internships with Fairfax County Police Department and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security as part of the first ever simulation experiment (SIMEX) which included law enforcement and medical health professionals from across the nation. Learn more about Jay.