Each year, the George Mason University Alumni Association celebrates the achievements of Mason alumni at the annual Celebration of Distinction awards program. The Alumni Association recognizes five alumni for their outstanding professional achievements and service to Mason and honors the achievements of alumni from each school, college, and affinity chapter.
News Hub reports that Kimberly Mehlman-Orozco, a PhD graduate of the Department of Criminology, Law and Society, is researching the rationales of people convicted or terrorist-related crimes, by corresponding with them via mail. Her correspondents include "Jihad Jane" and Richard Reid.
Dr. Kimberly Mehlman-Orozco, a 2012 graduate of the Criminology, Law and Society doctoral program at Mason, was recently quoted in USA Today about the need for evidence-based responses to the problem of human trafficking.
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors today appointed alumnus, Police Chief David M. Rohrer, as deputy county executive. He will begin his new position Oct. 20.
Criminology, Law and Society Alumni Inducted into Golden Quill Society
The Mason Alumni Association recently inducted eleven graduating seniors into the Golden Quill Society, including Criminology Law and Society majors DeShonta Garner, Christina Lauderdale and Joy Sheppard. The Golden Quill Society recognizes outstanding student leaders and offers opportunities for leadership as alumni. We congratulate our students on their achievements and well-earned recognition!