The Department of Criminal Justice is sad to announce the passing of our colleague and friend, Harold (Hal) Pepinsky. Hal passed away peacefully in Durango, Colorado on January 282023.
We are excited to welcome Dr. Bonnie Ernst to the Department of Criminal Justice starting the spring of 2023.
The Department of Criminal Justice celebrates the life and mourns the passing of Tim Morrison, February 1, 1949-January 6, 2023.
The Department of Criminal Justice celebrates the life and mourns the passing of Robert Forney, Jr., July 16, 1945-December 4, 2022.
It is an honor to have The Center for Studies of Law in Action on the IU Bloomington campus this week offering the Robert F. Borkenstein Course on Alcohol and Highway Safety: Testing, Research and Litigation.
The Herald-Times Guest Column: Research team working to find a new way to approach probation and reduce recidivism
Dr. Northcutt Bohmert, Michelle Ying, Carmen Diaz, Evan Lowder, and Eric Grommon were guest columnists for The Herald-Times discussing their research and work with Monroe County to reduce probation revocations and recidivism.
"She Must Not Die" and "How Countries Count Crime" were published this year by Dr. Verma. He traveled to India in August for the book launch of "She Must Not Die."
Essential Topics in Collaboration: Veteran Trauma and Transparency Series. This is a new co-curricular opportunity for healthcare, public safety, law, and criminal justice students that has been developed between the School of Public Health, the School of Social Work, the Department of Criminal Justice, the Interprofessional Practice and Education Center, and the Center for Rural Engagement.
Dr. Natalie Hipple joined CJUS Ph.D. students Amber Richey, Tyeisha Fordham, Emily Brzegowy, Allison Pierce, and Hannah Ridner at the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association (MCJA) Meeting in Chicago.
Criminal Justice graduate student Caitlin Ducate successfully defended her dissertation, entitled "Masculinity, Femininity, and Crime: How Threats to Gender Explain Crime and Deviance."
Alumnus Shontrai D. Irving (AAADS '97, Criminal Justice '03) was named a Sagamore of the Wabash by Governor Eric Holcomb for his career as an attorney, involvement with the local community and academics, and role as a foster parent.
We are excited to announce Dr. Fiona Chan, from Michigan State University, will be joining the Department of Criminal Justice in the fall of 2022.