Criminal Justice student Nahla Ward has just been selected to receive the Diamond Award. The Diamond Award is the highest recognition by Student Affairs given to a Temple University undergraduate student. This recognition is based on a holistic evaluation of the student’s accomplishments. The Award is reserved for those who have demonstrated superior leadership, academic…Details
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
Joe Alkus was quoted heavily in an article on the Philadelphia Citizen website, the article addresses the Sanctuary City controversy taking place across the United States. View the full article here.
Criminal Justice Students Present Poster at the International Conference on Cyber Warfare and Security
Our undergraduate students Brian Singer and Nicholas Masceri presented a poster at the 12th International Conference on Cyber Warfare and Security in Dayton, OH. Both Brian and Nicholas are working as undergraduate research assistants on Dr. Rege’s NSF grants. All three also submitted a paper showcasing their research, which will be published in the peer-reviewed…Details
Dr. Jamie Fader has been selected to serve on a learning community at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. The three-year project is funded by the W.T. Grant Foundation and will involve collaboration with three states that are proposing legislation to raise the age of juvenile court jurisdiction to 21.
Class 16-08 of the Temple University Seasonal Law Enforcement Training Program were joined by family, friends and guests for a graduation ceremony held at the Temple University Ambler Campus on December 20, 2016. The event included a keynote address from Chief Ranger Norman Nelson, Jr. of the National Park Service, a presentation of certificates of…Details
Congrats to graduate student Juwan Bennett for his recent publication in Sociology Compass. The article, “Drug markets, violence, and the need to incorporate the role of race” examines the intersection of drugs and violence along with racial components.
Great work Juwan!
Click here for an article in The Guardian that features Dr. Jerry Ratcliffe. The article focuses on tackling gun-violence hot spots in America.
CNN recently featured an article authored by Nicole Gonzalez Van Cleve calling out Trump’s ignorant approach to violence prevention in Chicago as well as its racist undertones. Click here to view the article.
Congratulations to Nicole, who’s book, “Crook County,” was nominated for an NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Literary Work by a Debut Author. Click here for more information about the NAACP Image Awards.
Dr. Wood was awarded a grant regarding the development and feasibility testing of a police diversion tool for cross-system utilizers of health care and justice services in Camden, New Jersey. The grant is being funded by the Laura and John Arnold Foundation. Abstract: The purpose of this study is develop and test the feasibility of…Details