The Office of Graduate Fellowships and Awards (OGFA) recognized Criminology Doctoral student Kaylee Noorman in a new Graduate Student Profile. Kaylee was recognized for a research grant she received from Performance-Based Standards to study barriers youth face to continuing their education when reentering to the community from residential programs.
Kaylee's profile discusses why she chose to study at the FSU College of Criminology and Criminal Justice and what motivated her to pursue her doctoral degree. She also discusses her goals and offers advice to new or prospective graduate students.
Dr. Julie Brancale, an assistant professor in the College of Criminology and Criminal Justice and Kaylee’s major professor said, “Kaylee is an outstanding student and her commitment to pursuing externally funded grants and conducting policy-relevant research embodies the College’s mission of ‘Bringing Research to Life.’ Kaylee’s recognition by the OGFA is such a well-deserved honor.”
The Graduate Student Profiles are a part of the Office of Graduate Fellowship and Awards' Grad Impact: Digital Narratives Project, which aims to capture and amplify the voice of the lived Graduate Student Experience at FSU through video, written narratives, and a podcast.
To learn more about Kaylee Noorman and her experience at the College of Criminology and Criminal Justice, visit the Office of Graduate Fellowships and Awards.
For more information on the Criminology and Criminal Justice Doctoral Program, click here.