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.
Dean Blomberg was a recent guest on the podcast College Knowledge. In the episode, Criminology: Beyond Criminal Justice - A discussion with Dr. Tom Blomberg of FSU, Dean Blomberg discusses how the field of Criminology goes far beyond Criminal Justice and working in law enforcement. Dr. Blomberg explains how the research, analytics and data gathered by criminologists are being used to make the world a safer place. To listen to the full interview click here.
College of Criminology & Criminal Justice Dean Thomas G. Blomberg will be a main presenter at this year’s Justice Research and Statistics Association Fall Criminal Justice Series. Dean Blomberg will be presenting a session on translational criminology and politics.
Criminology Internship Fair Join Us: Thursday, October 28 Noon – 4:00 p.m. SSB | Rm. 203Business casual attire preferred, but not required If you are thinking of interning anytime in the next year, don’t miss out on this opportunity to meet representatives from agencies encompassing private, public, and non profit sectors. Questions: Contact Internship Director Katie Dean Moore.
Brian M. Stephens, co-director of the College’s Policing, Security Technology, and Private Security Research and Policy Institute, was appointed by Teneo as a Senior Managing Director with its Security Risk Advisory business segment.
A sense of service, faith, family, and 1970s television programs led College of Criminology & Criminal Justice alumnus Jason Kaelin to his career in law enforcement and, ultimately, to his current position with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
Matthew Robinson, College of Criminology & Criminal Justice alumnus and professor at Appalachian State University, was recently named among the Top 25 most influential criminologists by AcademicInfluence.com, coming in at the 19th most influential in the field.
The College of Criminology and Criminal Justice is saddened to announce the passing of College alumna, Dona Cormier, B.S. ’85. Dona was extremely dedicated to the College and Florida State University, along with her church and community.
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