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Criminology Faculty and Students to be Recognized at Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Meeting

Bryanna Fox and Wesley Jennings will present "How to write a methodology and results section for empirical research" in a special poster session at the ACJS on Friday night, March 6th. This was the lead article in the Journal of Criminal Justice Education, Volume 25, Issue 2, 2014 and was officially recognized as one of the most downloaded Routledge Social Science articles of 2014.


Michael Leiber, Jennifer Peck and Maude Beaudry-Cyr will be recognized as recipients of the Outstanding Paper Award for a paper, "When Does Race and Gender Matter? The Interrelationships between the Gender of Probation Officers and Juvenile Court Detention and Intake Outcomes", presented at last year's Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS) meeting. The recognition will occur at the ACJS Award luncheon on Friday, March 6th. In addition, a large number of the faculty and students will be representing the Criminology Department with presentations at the conference from
March 2 - 7, 2015.

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