September 29, 2023

Alumni in the News | May 2018

CSU Knight Named Chief of Police

David Hulshizer has accepted the position of chief of police in Torrington, Wyoming. He previously served as a deputy sheriff senior investigator and supervisor with the Natrona County Sherriff’s Department. He received his master’s from CSU in public administration.

CSU Knight Named Fire Chief

Scott Little has been named the chief of Lancaster City’s Bureau of Fire in Pennsylvania. He previously served as assistant fire chief at Fort Detrick, Maryland. He is a U.S. Marine veteran and received his bachelor’s degree from CSU in fire administration and currently working forwards his master’s degree.

CSU Knight Pens Book on Endometriosis

Samantha Bowick is the author of the book “Living with Endometriosis: The Complete Guide to Risk Factors, Symptoms & Treatment Options.” She will have a book signing in her hometown of Aiken, South Carolina on June 9. She received her bachelor’s in health care administration from CSU.

CSU Knight Named Police Chief

Kurt Althouse has been sworn in as the chief of police for Vandalia, Ohio. He previously served as a lieutenant for Vandalia Police Division. He earned his bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from CSU.

CSU Knight Named NCO of the Year

Sgt. 1st Class Christopher Salles was awarded Inspector of the General Corps (IG) Non-Commissioned Officer (NCO) of the year. He hopes to dispel myths and misconceptions about the IG through his new platform. He earned his bachelor’s degree from CSU in business.