Graduate Student Kevin Wang Receives National Institute of Justice Graduate Research Fellowship

October 13, 2009

Filed Under: Awards, Students

Congratulations to graduate student Kevin Wang who received a National Institute of Justice Graduate Research Fellowship, a distinction granted to just six U.S. scholars this year. Kevin works with criminology professor Gary Kleck.

NIJ’s Graduate Research Fellowship Program is an annual program that provides dissertation research support to outstanding doctoral students undertaking independent research on issues related to crime and justice. NIJ encourages a variety of approaches and perspectives in its research programs. It awards these fellowships in an effort to encourage promising doctoral students in the application of critical and innovative thinking to pressing criminal justice problems. Learn more here.