Posts tagged: Criminology - Diverse


Ole Miss Fraternity Suspended; Noose Suspects Kicked Out

by Associated Press | February 23, 2014
A fraternity chapter at the University of Mississippi was indefinitely suspended Friday by its [...] Read more

Review for Colorado University Professor Who Teaches Deviance Course

by Associated Press | January 21, 2014
Patti Adler was ordered to stop teaching the class following complaints about a prostitution ro [...] Read more

Penn State: 26 People Get $59.7M Over Sandusky

by Mark Scolforo, Associated Press | October 28, 2013
Penn State said Monday it is paying $59.7 million to 26 young men over claims of child sexual a [...] Read more

UNC-Charlotte Fraternity Under Investigation

by Associated Press | October 2, 2013
A fraternity at the University of North Carolina Charlotte has been suspended as college offici [...] Read more

Delaware State University to Review Hiring Practices, Audit Finances

by Associated Press | July 21, 2013
Delaware State University officials say the school is reviewing its hiring practices and auditi [...] Read more

Former Delaware State University Dean Has Criminal Record

by Associated Press | July 16, 2013
A Delaware State University administrator who resigned last week has a criminal record. [...] Read more

Man Charged in Florida A&M Hazing Case Gets No Jail Time

| June 9, 2013
By Associated Press ORLANDO, Fla. — The roommate of the Florida A&M drum major who died a [...] Read more

NCAA President Defends Penn State Sanctions

by Associated Press | October 26, 2012
NCAA president Mark Emmert says the sanctions levied on Penn State for the Jerry Sandusky child [...] Read more

Black Male Incarceration Crisis: Transparency and Education Are Key in Effecting Change

by María Eugenia Miranda | October 8, 2012
Transparency and education are the best ways to start changing the effects of mass incarceratio [...] Read more

Veteran Educator Leads John Jay College’s Prison Re-Entry Institute

by Katti Gray | September 19, 2011
For roughly 40 years, Ann Jacobs has been helping the formerly incarcerated navigate a post-pri [...] Read more

Freeing the Unjustly Imprisoned: Innocence Project Affiliates Flourish, Many Tied to Universities

by Paul Ruffins | July 8, 2011
 Innocence Projects in more than 40 states work hard to overturn wrongful convictions and [...] Read more

Criminal Justice Scholar Dispels Racial Stereotypes

by Lekan Oguntoyinbo | February 5, 2010
At Penn State Harrisburg, Dr. Shaun Gabbidon focuses primarily on three areas: racial profiling [...] Read more

Spectrum – Taking a Stand

| February 4, 2010
Each semester, Dr. Shaun Gabbidon teaches a course on race and crime at Penn State Harrisburg, [...] Read more

Law Professor: Criminal Justice Reform Begins With Jury Nullification

by Michelle Nealy | July 2, 2009
Paul Butler, a professor of law at George Washington University and former Washington prosecuto [...] Read more

Decrying Over-Representation of African-Americans in Prisons, Reformers Ask Senate for Changes

by Charles Dervarics | June 12, 2009
Reforming the nation’s ailing criminal justice system can help African-Americans and many of [...] Read more