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Partnering with Allies, the lab plans to develop a transformational data dashboard to support the state’s fight against human trafficking.
Fawn Ngo, PhD, accepted an invitation to serve as associate editor of Victims & Offenders: An International Journal of Evidence-based Research, Policy, and Practice.
College faculty and staff gathered in the MHC atrium to celebrate those who have reached milestones in their career at USF.
These faculty members are recognized for elevating the standards of online learning.
Manley Jaquiss, MA, received the Regional Director’s Excellence Award from the Florida Department of Corrections.
The lab reached important milestones recently with the launch of its BRIGHT network and its designation as the statewide repository for human trafficking data.
Cary Hopkins Eyles, MA, is also a Certified Addictions Professional and registered yoga teacher.
Hyslip joined other experts to discuss whether digital forensics could impact the case against Donna Adelson.
Faculty, students, and alumni shared their expertise by participating in poster presentations and roundtable discussions at the conference.
Cary Hopkins Eyles, MA, CAP, visited Walker Middle Magnet and spoke to seven different classes about criminology and USF.
In the Future of Cyber Risk podcast, C. Jordan Howell, PhD, stresses the importance of holistic training and the variety of skills students need to be successful.
It’s impossible to know the true extent of cybercrime in the United States, says Fawn Ngo, PhD, for one critical reason: Many of its victims don’t speak English.