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Come join us March 16th in the Union Ballroom to meet former UCM grads from all areas of the criminal justice field.
Alumni from federal, state, and private agencies are present to share their experiences and answer questions.
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You can find CJ scholarships by referring to the left-side panel of this screen and selecting scholarships.
Other scholarships from the university can be found here.
Congratulation to Dr. Reddington for receiving the
'Person of Distinction Award' this September from
the Missouri Corrections Association!
Congratulations to Dr. Etter for receiving the
'Curtis Robinson Award' from
the National Gang Crime Research Center this August!
The American Society of Criminology:
70th Annual Meeting
San Francisco, California November 19-22, 2014
Theme: Criminology at the Intersections of Oppression
Dr. Cho and Dr. Bonham Present:
Analyses of Homicide Rates: A Longitudinal and Geospatial Approach
Dr. Carson and Dr. Brad Bartholomew (AU) Present:
A partial Test of Situational Action Theory: The Role of Immoral Events in Changing the Moral Context
Dr. Chenault and Dr. Matusiak Present:
Participant Perceptions of the Impact of Crime on Victims Class (ICVC)
Dr. Seong min Park (UTC) and Dr. Cho Present:
A Comparative Study of Victimization Immunity and Lifestyle:
Zero-inflated Analysis of Over-dispersed Household Victimizations in England & Wales, South Korea, and United States.
Dr. Randa Matusiak and Dr. Matthew Matusiak (UCF) Present:
Organizational Impact on Employment of Women in Law Enforcement.
Dr. Etter and Dr. Hillary McNeel (UNO) Present:
Juggalos: Music? Religion? Or Criminality? As viewed Through the Labeling Theory.
Dr. Petkovsek, Dr. Brian Boutwell (SLU), Dr. Kevin Bequer (FSU), Dr. JC Barnes (CU) Present:
Re-examining the Soft Drink-Behavior Problem Relationships.
Dr. Urban Presents:
Parenting from Prison Pilot Program: Including Community Partnerships
Perceptions of the Parent/Child Relationship: Incarcerate Mothers vs. Caregivers