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Department of Criminology announces 2023 Wall of Fame inductees

WOF Inductees

The Department of Criminology has announced the inductees of its 11th Annual Wall of Fame. The honorees will be recognized at the 2023 Wall of Fame Induction Ceremony that will be held on Friday, April 21 in the Sam and Martha Gibbons Alumni Center.

Among the honorees are two current faculty members, Professor Joan Reid, PhD, LMHC and Associate Professor Shelly Wagers, PhD, and doctoral student Danielle Thomas, MA.

The Lifetime Achievement Award will be presented to the late Associate Professor Emeritus Max Bromley, EdD. Bromley was the longest-serving faculty member of the department – his affiliation spanning six decades. See the full list of inductees here.

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