Professor Laura Dugan presented a paper “How United States and Canadian Actions Affect Jihadi Violence” at the conference Constructions of Terrorism: Confronting the Challenges to Global Security Created by Daesh/Islamic on April 27, 2016, at the Stimson Center in Washington, D.C.
Contributing Authors Laub and Frisch for New Book "Advancing Criminology and Criminal Justice Policy"
Professor John Laub and graduate student Nicole Frisch were co-authors on a chapter titled "Translational criminology: a new path forward" in a newly published book, Advancing Criminology and Criminal Justice Policy.
UMD CCJS Undergraduate Students Compete at the Intercollegiate CSI Challenge - Where Students Fight the Clock to Solve a Crime
The Mount St. Mary's University's Annual CSI Challenge, an intercollegiate competition where students demonstrate their skills in crime scene evidence collection and preservation, case preparation, and investigative presentation, took place Saturday, March 19, 2016, on the Mount St. Mary’s University campus in Emmitsburg, Maryland.
Professor Laura Dugan recently visited Lahore, Pakistan to present a talk on the Survival of Terrorist Organizations for a University of Management and Technology course entitled "Understanding, Managing, and Resolution of Terrorism."
Also present at the course was University of Maryland Criminology and Criminal Justice alumni Omi Hodwitz who was presenting on datasets that measure terrorism.
Below are a few pictures from the conference. For more, please follow this link to the Facebook album.
Dr. Eric Wish, the director of CESAR, University of Maryland’s Center for Substance Abuse Research, has a career spanning virtually the entire modern history of drugs in America—and that’s why synthetic cannabinoids have him so worried.
An article co-authored by Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies at the University of Maryland Dr. Brian Johnson was recently published in the European Journal of Criminology titled "Expanding the scope of sentencing research: Determinants of juvenile and adult punishment in the Netherlands." The article was co-authored with three other criminologists, Hide Wermick, Paul Nieuwbeerta, and Jan W. de Keijser of Leidan University in the Netherlands.