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.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. ¾ The Journal of Criminal Justice Education (February 2023) published an article that provides a quantitative assessment of article productivity and influence among faculty in criminology and criminal justice doctoral programs in the United States from 2015-2021.
Daniel Mears, Mark C. Stafford Professor of Criminology and Distinguished Research Professor, recently served as guest editor for a Criminal Justice Reform special issue of the American Journal of Criminal Justice.
The FSU College of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Center for Criminology and Public Policy Research is partnering with the Leon County Sheriff's Office to reduce violent crime.
The College's master's in criminal justice studies remains among the nation's best, according to the U.S. News and World Report's 2023 Best Online Programs ranking. The College's online master's program jumped one spot to No. 5 nationally and placed No. 4 among public universities and No. 3 for veterans.
College of Criminology and Criminal Justice alumnus Dr. Peter Lehmann has been selected as the 2023 Academy New Scholar awardee by the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences.
Dean of the College of Criminology & Criminal Justice and Sheldon L. Messinger Professor of Criminology, Dr. Tom Blomberg, testified during a field hearing of the U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging in The Villages on November 21. The Committee requested Dr.
The Co-Directors of the Aging Adult Fraud Research & Policy Institute, Dr. Thomas G. Blomberg and Dr. Julie Brancale recently appeared on the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta's Talk About Payments Webinar to discuss financial exploitation of aging adults. Topics covered in the presentation included an overview of the aging adult population in the United States, a discussion on why the current generation of aging adults is unique from prior generations, and the next steps for evidence-based policies and practices to confront financial exploitation of aging adults.
Two College of Criminology and Criminal Justice faculty members were recently awarded promotion and tenure. Dr. Cecilia Chouhy and Dr. Marin Wenger were each promoted to Associate Professor.
Ponce Inlet Police Department Investigator, Scott Gaston, is excited about the future. Currently studying Criminology through the Distance Learning Program at the FSU College of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Scott admits that his path could have been different if not for the opportunity provided by the Relgalf Scholarship.