Florida State University’s College of Criminology & Criminal Justice is pleased to congratulate Associate Professor Marin R. Wenger, who was recently honored by the University with an Undergraduate Teaching Award for Outstanding Teaching in the Major. Dr. Wenger was one of only 10 Florida State University faculty members to receive the award for the 2022-2023 academic year award.
Two College of Criminology and Criminal Justice students earned the Academic Leadership Award during the annual FSU Leadership Awards Night Tuesday, April 11. Nicole Assenmacher and Julie Kuper earned the Academic Leadership Award based on their academic performance, university service, and contributions to the FSU and College community in and out of the classroom.
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.
The College of Criminology and Criminal Justice is pleased to announce that Assistant Professor Brendan Lantz was recently honored by the American Society of Criminology Division of Victimology with the 2022 Faculty Researcher of the Year Award.
The College of Criminology & Criminal Justice is pleased to congratulate Assistant Professor Brendan Lantz who was recently honored by the University with an Undergraduate Teaching Award for Outstanding Teaching in the Major.
The College of Criminology and Criminal Justice is pleased to congratulate Daniel Mears, Mark C. Stafford Professor of Criminology and Distinguished Research Professor, on being recognized with the Bruce Smith, Sr. Award from the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences.
A National Institutes of Health grant totaling $490,436 was recently awarded to three professors from the College's Center for Criminology and Public Policy Research. This grant will fund a three-year study, “The Individual, Situational, and Contextual Risk Factors for Violent Firearm Injury and Firearm Homicide: A Comparative, Policy-Focused Approach,” conducted by Drs.
A National Science Foundation grant totaling $236,985 was recently awarded to the College's Hate Crime Research and Policy Institute.