CCJS Instructors Wendy Stickle and Christine White will be taking 15 students to Italy next week to study the intersection between the refugee crisis and human trafficking. They have designed a blog to follow their adventures along the way! Students will be posting to the blog daily discussing what they are learning (and all of the fun experiences they are sure to have). Students arrive on Tuesday July 17!
Dr. David Maimon has been named as the faculty mentor who has had the greatest impact on the academic achievement of 2018-2019 Philip Merrill Presidential Scholar, Zachary Spickler.Zachary Spickler is a rising senior in the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences. This highly selective program is made possible by the generosity of the Philip Merrill family. It recognizes students’ academic excellence and the important role that teachers and faculty have as mentors.
Dr. Charles Wellford has won the 2018 August Vollmer Award from the American Society of Criminology. The Award is given to an individual whose scholarship or professional activities have made outstanding contributions to justice or to the treatment or prevention of criminal or delinquent behavior.
Dr. Sally Simpson will receive the 2018 American Society of Criminology's Edwin H. Sutherland Award for her outstanding contributions to theory and research in criminology on the etiology and control of corporate crime, and for her scholarship on the study of gender and crime.
On Wednesday, May 9, Princeton University and the Brookings Institution released the latest issue of The Future of Children—a journal that promotes effective, evidence-based policies and programs for children. In addition, Ron Haskins and John H. Laub wrote a policy brief “Helping children with parents in prison and children in foster care” which will accompany the volume.