Students Present Research on Solitary Confinement at National Conference

Students Present Research on Solitary Confinement at National Conference
Kaley Ragner & Sabrine Baiou at the 2018 National Conference on Undergraduate Research.

Mason students Kaley Ragner (Criminology, Law and Society) and Sabrine Baiou (Psychology) presented their research on inmates in solitary confinement at the 2018 National Conference on Undergraduate Research in Oklahoma City, OK. Kaley's work examined inmates' perceptions of empathy while Sabrine's explored changes to inmate perceptions of identity while living in solitary confinement.

Sabrine and Kaley both received OSCAR Summer Impact Grants and worked closely with Dr. Danielle Rudes (Criminology, Law and Society), Dr. Angela Hattery (Women & Gender Studies), and doctoral student Shannon Magnuson (Criminology, Law and Society) on their project, Together Alone: Living and Working in Restricted Housing Units.

 

 

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