The Department of Criminal Justice recently held its 5th Undergraduate Research Competition. Students presented their original research in a number of exciting areas. Danielle Crimmins, “Are Southern Belles and Southern
Congratulations to our 2013 Department of Criminal Justice Award Winners! Chairperson’s Award of Merit: Katlyn Stricklend James “Bo” Robertson Distinguished Undergraduate Award for Highest Academic Performance: Alan Last Scott Deaton
On Graduate Student Honors Day, April 1, 2013, Michael Melendez and John McBrayer were co-recipients of the department’s Outstanding Graduate Student Award. Pictured here are John McBrayer, Dr. Bronwen Lichtenstein
Please join us in congratulating Edmund “Ted” Sexton on his new position as Director of the Los Angeles Homeland Security Division – the nation’s largest. He has taught a variety
Dr. Kate Seigfried-Spellar and her co-author Dr. Marc Rogers were recently honored with the “outstanding research paper” award by the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS), Digital and Multimedia Sciences,
CJ Master’s Student Michael Melendez won the 2013 Outstanding Student Paper award at the annual meeting of the Alabama-Mississippi Sociological Association (A-MSA) in Montgomery, Alabama. His paper was titled: “Stigma, Shame
Recent Student Publications Kelly Beckham (with Dr. Ariane Prohaska), “Cybersex and Men who Kill: An Analysis of Deviant Men, Prostitution, and the Internet,” International Journal of Criminal Justice Sciences, forthcoming.
Monetary Prizes for Outstanding Presentations! March 15, 2013, 2:00- 5:00 p.m., FA 418 HOW TO PARTICIPATE Submit an abstract no later than February 15, 2013, by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your abstract must
Master’s student Kathryn Robbins recently presented her research findings on “Children as Weapons of Terror” at the 2012 Southern Criminal Justice Association Conference in Atlantic Beach, FL. The exploitative use
Criminal Justice student R. Ally Martin recently had her article, “The Five Ground Rules of Research for First Generation Students,” accepted for online publication by the Council on Undergraduate Research.