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Jean has testified in front of the State of Michigan Legislature in regards to adoption issues and resolutions. She continues to demonstrate adoption leadership as an active member of the Executive Committee and Board Member of the Michigan Federation of Child and Family Agencies, which introduces and advocates state and legal policies governing children’s issues including adoption. Jean has also served on the Board of Directors for the Michigan Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers promoting fair and ethical practice in the social work field.

"I love what I do and I don't think of running an Adoption Agency as a job,
but rather as my vocation/calling in life. I cannot imagine doing anything
else."

Jean M. Stenzel '86
Criminal Justice Major

Criminal Justice
Outstanding reputation for producing well educated and well trained criminal justice practitioners
Scholarships
   

Stephen (Steve) Bell Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was established by friends and family of Steve Bell, a graduate of the LSSU criminal justice program.

Recipients must be at least a sophomore majoring in the fire science program with a GPA of 3.0 or higher.

  

 

 

John Weir Sault Police Department Scholarship

This scholarship was established for the Criminal Justice students in the MCOLES certification track.

Recipients must be a Senior in the MCOLES Certification Program with a GPA of 3.0 or higher.

  

 

 

Under- standing the Fourier Transform

Edward Kramer

Fourier transforms are used for obtaining the frequency spectrum of a signal. For instance, in nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, a molecule’s spin in a magnetic field is analyzed to discover its oscillation frequencies and draw conclusions about its chemical consistency. In this work, the basic definitions and elementary mathematical properties of the Fourier integral, used as the main theoretical tool in Fourier transform analysis, were studied, together with some applications of these properties in computing the Fourier integral of some functions perceived as time signals in order to discover their frequency spectra.

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