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Interested in a Graduate Degree?

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Ever considered graduate school?  Not quite sure what you’re doing after graduation?  The College of Justice & Safety offers three Graduate Progr

Collins Wins National Criminology Award

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An Eastern Kentucky University faculty member has earned a prestigious national honor in the field of critical criminology.

Young Alumni Award -Dr. Kevin Steinmetz

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He was a “terrible” high school student – “lucky to get C’s” in most of his classes – and detested the regimentation and busywork.

Alpha Phi Sigma Criminal Justice Honor Society Receives Numerous Awards at National Conference

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The EKU Epsilon Chapter of the Alpha Phi Sigma (APS) Criminal Justice Honor Society will be returning to Richmond from its annual national conference with a total of 11 awards. This is the most awards ever received at a single conference by our chapter.

Chapter awards include:

Dr. Peter Kraska Receives Academy of Criminal Justice Science Police Section Award

Pete Kraska

EKU Professor Peter Kraska received the Academy of Criminal Justice Science’s Police Section Award for his 25 years of research and writing on police militarization. His academic work has been cited in the literature over a thousand times, and he has served on numerous state and federal level police reform commissions. When asked about receiving this prestigious award Dr.

Dr. Kristie Blevins to Co-Chair and Present at 83rd North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference

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83rd North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference

March 26-30, 2018


Congratulations to Dr. Shannon Williams

Shannon D. Williams, a full-time Instructor in the School of Justice Studies, completed all requirements for a Ph.D. in Sociology at the University of Tennessee. His dissertation, titled, “A Contribution to the Critique of Labor Share Analyses,” followed up on his earlier research published in the prestigious Cambridge Journal of Economics (2015).

Linnemann Invited to Speak at Carleton University


Dr. Travis Linnemann was recently invited by the Institute of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Carleton University (Ottawa, Ca) to give a talk on his recently published book, Meth Wars and participate in a colloquium on Ottawa’s ongoing problems with opioids.

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