Amber Perenzin Askey Awarded a 2017 NIJ Graduate Research Fellowship

Amber Perenzin Askey has been awarded a 2017 National Institute of Justice NIJ Graduate Research Fellowship for her dissertation, titled Quantifying Gang Locations: A Systematic Test of Validity Using a Partial Test of Messick s Unified Perspective. Visit the National Institute of Justice’s Graduate Research Fellowship Program: Past and Present Fellows page for more information on…

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Temple’s ProRanger Program, Other Criminal Justice Initiatives, Meet Demand to Place Jobs in National Parks

Current Criminal Justice Majors, along with Criminal Justice Alumni, recently took part in a week-long Leadership Camp operated by Temple’s ProRanger Program. Participants in the Program graduate with a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and a certificate in National Park Service NPS management. Participants who complete all stages of the program receive special hiring certification…

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