Kathryn Noe Kozey
Kathryn (Katie) graduated from the Master's program in May of 2009, and has entered into the Ph.D. program in the fall of 2009. She received her B.A. in Psychology from Brown University in 2005. Her master's thesis investigated the effects of juvenile detention on future recidivism for first-time arrestee juvenile delinquents. Her research interests include neighborhood change and crime, collateral consequences of incarceration, juvenile delinquency and sentencing, and life course criminology. Currently, she is working on a paper with another graduate student examining the impact of race, ethnicity, and citizenship on sentencing in the federal system. Plans for her dissertation involve using data from Chicago to examine neighbrhood change, gentrification, and crime over time.
- Neighborhood Change, Collateral Consequences of Incarceration, Juvenile Delinquency and Sentencing, Sentencing Disparities
- MA University of Maryland, Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice (2009)
- Ph.D University of Maryland, Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice (Advanced to Candidacy - 2011)
- BA Brown University, Psychology (2005)
Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice