Current Events

Annual John S. Goldkamp Lecture Series: Daniel S. Nagin

 

The Criminal Justice Graduate Student Association is pleased to announce that Daniel S Nagin will be this year's lecturer for the Annual John S Goldkamp Lecture Series. His lecture will focus on what to do when (inevitably) crime rates begin to increase. The lecture is next Monday April 21st at 2pm in 821 Anderson Hall. Please plan to attend a graduate student reception following the lecture. Click here for more information.

 

Substance Abuse in the 21st Century: Showcasing Temple University Research

 

Temple University Substance Abuse Research Consortium (SARC) and the Office of the Senior Vice Provost for Research
sponsors the "Substance Abuse in the 21st Century: Showcasing Temple University Research" Symposium on Wednesday, April 23, 2014 from 10:30 AM to 4:00 PM. Please click here for more details.

 

Criminal Justice Career Fair

 

A Criminal Justice Career Fair will be held at Temple's Ambler Campus on Monday, April 21, 2014 from 11.30am-4pm.
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Criminal Justice Undergraduates Shine at TURF-CreWs

 

The Temple Undergraduate Research Forum - Creative Works Symposium (TURF-CreWS) provides ambitious, intellectually motivated undergraduate students the opportunity to present and defend their original research or creative work among colleagues, faculty, family, and friends. Five Criminal Justice students participated: Felicia Henry, Emily Davis, Wilfred Beaye, Kelly Slater, and Britnee Smith. All presentations were very well received. Congratulations on an outstanding job!

 

 

Criminal Justice Undergraduate Society Bake Sale

 

The CJ Undergraduate Society had its Saint Patrick's Day Bake Sale Monday, March 17 from 11 to 3pm in Anderson Lobby. Good eats and treats were enjoyed by many!

 

 

Undergraduate Meet and Greet Event

 

On Setember 25, 2013, many of our undegraduates came out to the Meet-and-greet event. The students had a chance to connect with faculty and learn about what was new and exciting that was taking place in Temple University’s Criminal Justice Department.

   

 

Dr. Lauren Krivo lectured on Patterns of Local Segregation

 

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Dr. Lauren Krivo's lecture titled "Patterns of Local Segregation: Do They Matter for Neighborhood Crime?" took place on October 29, 2013.

 

Professor Krivo is Professor of Sociology in the School of Criminal Justice at Rutgers University and a faculty affiliate of the Criminal Justice Program.