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…Details
Criminal Justice Graduate Students, Leah Hamilton, was recently awarded an Advanced Graduate Scholar Award from the College of Liberal Arts. Advanced Graduate Scholar Awards provide financial support to resident doctoral students pursuing research in the humanities or humanistic social sciences in the College of Liberal Arts and the Tyler School of Arts. Awardees receive a…Details
Graduate Student Abbie Henson Published in the International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology
Graduate Student Abbie Henson will have an article published in an upcoming International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. The article is entitled Strengthening evaluation research: A case study of an evaluability assessment conducted in a carceral setting.
Temple Criminal Justice graduate student, Ingrid Johnson, was recently featured in a Temple News article. The article focuses on Ingrid’s work on the PROSPER Philadelphia Revived: Obtaining Success through Peer Encouraged Recovery Project. Ingrid has been working on the project with Professor Steven Belenko and Senior Research Associate Doris Weiland, alongside several members of the…Details