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Criminology team opens conference in Taiwan

Kathleen Heide and Shun-Yung (Kevin) Wang

Kathleen Heide, PhD and Shun-Yung (Kevin) Wang, PhD present virtually at the conference.

Kathleen Heide, PhD, Distinguished University Professor in the Department of Criminology, was invited to give the opening keynote speech at the 2022 Conference on Forensic Psychology on Nov. 19 (US time). Heide presented her research, “Young Killers: The Challenge of Juvenile Homicide.”

The conference was held at National Chung Cheng University in Taiwan and was attended by 180 faculty and students. Shun-Yung (Kevin) Wang, PhD, associate professor of criminology, gave a summary of her talk in Chinese for those in the audience who were not fluent in English. Wang told the conference sponsors about Heide's research and played a central role in their selection

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