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Dr. Rachael Powers

Criminology associate professor elected to SCJA

Ráchael Powers, PhD, has been elected as 2nd Vice President of the Southern Criminal Justice Association (SCJA).

June 8, 2021College News, Criminology

Dr. Rachael Powers

Criminology professor appointed editor of ACJS Today

The Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences has appointed Dr. Rachael Powers as Editor of ACJS Today.

June 1, 2021College News, Criminology

Dr. Joan Reid

Dr. Joan Reid receives Faculty Excellence Award

Criminology Associate Professor Dr. Joan Reid received the Faculty Excellence Award for her research and creative efforts focused on women.

May 25, 2021College News, Criminology

Criminal Justice, Mental Health, and Substance Abuse Technical Assistance Center

CJMHSA-TAC convenes two facilitator trainings

The Criminal Justice, Mental Health, and Substance Abuse Technical Assistance Center (CMJHSA TAC) convened two trainings facilitated by Policy Research Associates, the consulting agency that supports SAMHSA's GAINS Center.

May 11, 2021College News, Criminology, Mental Health Law and Policy

Dr. Fawn Ngo

Criminology associate professor receives 2020 Campus Involvement & Leadership Award

University of South Florida Criminology associate professor receives 2020 Campus Involvement & Leadership Award.

March 3, 2021College News, Criminology

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