Students from the College of Humanities and Social Sciences present their original research at the CHSS Undergraduate Research Symposium at the Fairfax campus.
Photo credit: Alexis Glenn, Creative Services, George Mason University
Criminology, Law and Society graduate students and staff of the Center for Evidence-Based Crime Policy pose with guests after a symposium on Capitol Hill in Washington DC.
Photo credit: Alexis Glenn/Creative Services/George Mason University
National Institute of Justice Director Nancy La Vigne's remarks entitled "Public Criminology: Charting the Course to Bridge Evidence to Action" focused on five key questions critical to bridging evidence to action.
The assistant professor of Criminology, Law and Society will be honored at a March 7 event in Richmond, with 11 other state educators recognized as outstanding faculty by the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia.
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences is proud to honor Max Milien, Jr., BS Law Enforcement '90, with the 2023 Distinguished Alumni Award - Criminology, Law and Society.
Max Milien, Jr., has been a special agent with the United States Secret Service for 29 years.