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All students receiving bachelor's, master's or doctoral degrees in the social sciences are invited to attend the social sciences degree celebration ceremony with their families and friends.Details »
"The Impact of Poverty on the Pretrial Process"
"Examining the 'Law of Crime Concentrations' Across Multiple Jurisdictions"
Undergraduate and graduate students from the Criminology, Law and Society Department are invited to attend Professor Laurie Robinson's CRIM 517 practicum course for a presentation by Kristina Rose, Executive Director of End Violence Against Women International and former Senior Policy Advisor on Violence Against Women at the White House.Details »
"Gatekeepers of the Juvenile Justice System: Intake Officers, Decision Making and Race Disparities in the Juvenile Justice System"
Say Her Name explores the death of Sandra Bland, a politically active 28-year-old African American who, after being arrested for a traffic violation in a small Texas town, was found hanging in her jail cell three days later. The film team followed the two-year case beginning shortly after Bland's death, investigating what really happened to her and what we may learn from her tragedy.Details »
Undergraduate and graduate students from the Criminology, Law and Society Department are invited to attend Professor Laurie Robinson's CRIM 517 practicum course for a presentation by J. Rick Brown. Mr. Brown served as Deputy Commissioner (Ret.) of the Pennsylvania State Police and is now President of the firm Transparency Matters.Details »
Come learn more about the new MS in Criminal Justice at GMU! The MS in Criminal Justice is designed for those who want to compete on the job market or advance their careers. MS highlights include award-winning faculty, a top-ranked department, and a focus on evidence-based policies and practices.Details »