Congratulations to CCJS PhD graduate Miranda Galvin for being selected for a 2019 Charles A. Carmello Distinguished Dissertation Award.
Dr. Galvin's dissertation, “Prosecution and Sentencing of White Collar Crime in Federal Court: Understanding Paths and Processes," was selected as the winner in the disciplinary area of Social Sciences. CCJS Professor Sally Simpson served as the dissertation chair.
The Charles A. Caramello Distinguished Dissertation Award recognizes original work that makes an unusually significant contribution to the discipline. Four Awards are given each year, one in each of these broad disciplinary areas: Mathematics, Physical Sciences, and Engineering; Social Sciences; Humanities and Fine Arts; Biological and Life Sciences. Recipients of the Charles A. Caramello Distinguished Dissertation Award receive an honorarium of $1,000 and may be selected for nomination to the CGS/ProQuest Distinguished Dissertation Award competition.