Session 502: RS306 -> Academic Criminal Justice
Time: 3:30PM to 5:00 PM on Friday, November 15
Place: Sandburg 7
Session Chair: Nancy Grosselfinger, Internatl League for Human Rights to UN
Supra National Public Policymaking in Criminal Justice: The Potential Role of Academics in Criminology and Criminal Justice
by: Nancy Grosselfinger, Internatl League for Human Rights to UN (Corresponding)
Operationalizing Academic Justice: A Second Conceptual and Methodological Report
by: Thomas E. Reed, Eastern Kentucky University (Corresponding)
Assessing Scholarly Productivity in Criminal Justice
by: Nickie Phillips, John Jay College of Criminal Justice (Corresponding)
Natasha A. Frost, Criminology & Public Policy
The Significance and Methods of Networking
by: Donna Hale, Shippensburg University (Corresponding)

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