Congratulations to our very own Dr. Jamie Fader for receiving the Outstanding Book award from the Academy of Criminal Justice Science (ACJS) for her book, Falling Back: Incarceration and Transition to Adulthood among Urban Youth. The award is given for a book that makes an extraordinary contribution to the study of crime and criminal justice. We also…Details
Nicole Van Cleve, Assistant Professor was co-winner of the New Scholar Award from the American Society of Criminology’s (ASC) Division on People of Color and Crime. This award is in honor of recognizing an individual who is in the early stages of her or his career and has made significant recent contributions to the literature on…Details
Britnee Smith won the highly competitive and coveted Diamond Peer Teacher Award. She is working with Professor Metzger in her Planned Change course.
Two of our undergraduate students, William Kelly (right) and Kelly Slater (left), seen here with Dr. Emily Moerer (center), are this year’s Diamond Research Scholars. Kelly’s research is titled ” Religion and Re-entry: Envisioning the “New” Moral Self’, and Slater’s research is titled “The Palermo strategy: Incentivizing organized crime testimony”. Congratulations to you both!
Our very own Evan Sorg won the American Society of Criminology’s Division of Experimental Criminology Outstanding Student Paper Award! “Boundary adherence during place based-policing evaluations: a research note,” used data gathered as part of the Philadelphia Foot Patrol Experiment to demonstrate the extent to which police officers patrolled outside of their assigned patrol locations, and used…Details
Steven Belenko (Criminal Justice) has been awarded an additional year of funding from NIH for this work on The Temple University Center for Adolescent Implementation Research. Congratulations Dr. Belenko!
Congratulations to Dr Aunshul Rege who is co-PI on a newly awarded National Science Foundation grant! Titled “Towards Secure Networked Cyber-Physical Systems: A Theoretic Framework with Bounded Rationality”, this project will develop a multidisciplinary framework that weaves together principles from cybersecurity, control theory, networking and criminology. Read more here.
Cory Haberman, one of our outstanding PhD candidates, has been awarded the highly competitive and prestigious National Institute of Justice Dissertation Fellowship to support his dissertation research “Cops on Dots Doing What? The Differential Effects of Law Enforcement-Oriented Actions in Hot Spots” (committee chair: Prof. Jerry Ratcliffe).
We had 25 volunteers (all CJ undergrads) for the International Association of Chiefs of Police convention.
Liana Taylor was recently awarded the prestigious National Institute of Justice Graduate Research (Dissertation) Fellowship! Only approximately 5-7 awards are made per year, making them highly competitive – congratulations Liana! She is working with Dr. Matt Hiller.