We’re proud to announce that select senior students from the Bachelor of Science in Criminology at City of Malabon University—Florence But, Patrick John De Guzman, and Kerowin Macario—presented their research, “Multifaceted Factors that Influence the Behavior of the Children In Conflict with the Law in CaMaNaVa Facilities,” at the prestigious International Criminological Research and Public Safety Conference held from January 4-6, 2023, at the Multi-Purpose Hall of Camp Crame, Quezon City.
Out of numerous submissions, only 7 colleges and universities nationwide were accepted to present, and CMU stands tall as one of the two schools sending a student presenter.
Florence But, representing CMU, not only eloquently presented their research but also impressively addressed questions from the panelists and peer reviewers. Her outstanding performance earned commendations for the well-presented research paper during the Q&A session.
We extend our sincere appreciation to the dedicated team behind this success—Research Adviser Prof. Jeffrey Benesisto, Statistician Prof. Bernadette Guzman, and Program Chair Prof. Frances Medlyn Martecio—for their unwavering guidance and support to our talented delegates.
City of Malabon University continues to make waves in academic excellence and research, solidifying its commitment to shaping the future of criminology. Congratulations to our exceptional students and their mentors!
For further details kindly refer to the link: http://tinyurl.com/Criminology-Research