administration of justice

Joshua Zakrzewski kicks soccer ball

Joshua Zakrzewski kicks a soccer ball away from the goal line during a men's soccer game at Penn State New Kensington. The goalie has been recognized for his athletic abilities on the soccer field by the Penn State University Athletic Conference (PSUAC) and United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) during his time at the campus.

Joshua Zakrzewski in front of soccer goal

Joshua Zakrzeski, senior at Penn State New Kensington, served as goalie for the campus' men's soccer team and helped them reach the PSUAC playoffs for each of the seasons he has been a student at the campus (2016,2017 and 2019).

Joshua Zakrzewski walks on field with family

Joshua Zakrzewski, goalie for the Penn State New Kensington men's soccer team, walks across the campus soccer field during senior recognition. Zakrzewski, second from right, is joined by his niece, Josie (far left); mother, Debbie (second from left); and father, Earl (far right).

Joshua Zakrzewski in Middle East with Terrible Towel

Joshua Zakrzewski sits atop a M-ATV, which is a mine resistant ambush protected vehicle (MRAP), while showing his support for the Pittsburgh Steelers during a deployment to the Middle East. The staff sergeant with the U.S. Air Force is also a senior student-athlete at Penn State New Kensington.

Joshua Zakresewski soccer and service collage

Joshua Zakrzewski, U.S. Air Force staff sergeant and senior student-athlete at Penn State New Kensington, has been recognized on and off the soccer field. The administration of justice major most recently served in the Middle East as a member of a security escort team and hopes to remain in public service after graduating.

Students forge a path for restorative justice

Five students from Penn State Beaver, Shenango and New Kensington are helping to implement Bridges to Life, a restorative justice program, in Beaver County. As the inaugural cohort of Beaver County-based facilitators, the students will not only go into the Beaver County Jail to work with inmates, but they will also be responsible for training future volunteers of the Bridges program and extending the reach of restorative justice.