Brownstein, Associate Professor of Philosophy, authored The Implicit Mind Cognitive
Architecture, the Self, and Ethics (Oxford
University Press), which offers one of the first philosophical
accounts of implicit attitudes.
Professor of Public Management, was elected as a
Fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration,
a nonpartisan, congressionally chartered
organization focused on analyzing emerging trends in governance and
Assistant Professor of Public Management,
contributed to an explanatory journalism article in The Slatest
on firearm carry policy for FBI agents and an investigative
in Forward on
the Michael Cohen and the Trump Organization.
was invited to participate in the "Último
Jueves" panel on Thursday, January 25, in Havana, Cuba.
"Último Jueves" is a monthly event to discuss issues relevant
to an understanding of contemporary Cuban society.
Accountability and Victims' Rights in Latin America (Cambridge University Press), which explores
how the right to private prosecution has helped victims in Latin
America when the state fails to investigate and prosecute crime.
Professor of Health and Physical Education, took
first place in the 2018 National Championship for the 500-yard
freestyle swim for women ages 75-79.
June 30th, 2018
10:00 AM-2:00 PM
CUNY and the New York Daily News
host Citizenship Now!
2018 Citizenship Application Assistance and Immigrant Resource Fair.
July 4-22, 2018
a Swiss mask theater troupe,
presents their newest program "you & me" inspiring
audiences with a magical, wordless world filled with
July 16th, 2018
8:30 AM-3:30 PM
School Safety Summit:
John Jay's Department of Public Safety, in conjunction with the New
York Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation present safety
information on active shooter threats, immediate first aid,
responding to victims and more.
complete listing of events, click here to visit the calendar
2018 Student Council Looks Ahead
June 1st, John Jay's 2018 student council
members were officially sworn in by President Karol V. Mason.
Everyone on the team is excited for the coming academic year, and
each of them has specific goals for the College, the faculty, and
their fellow students. We chatted with a few of them to learn more
about their backgrounds and aspirations.
President Mason's Appeal
for Black and Brown Children
Thursday, June 28th, President Karol V. Mason will be speaking at The Aspen Ideas Festival
discussing "Criminal Justice Reform, Politics, and Forging a Way
Forward." Since The Aspen Ideas Festival gathers global leaders
to examine challenging topical issues, President Mason wanted to
share this essay with both the John Jay and Aspen community.
Professor David Brotherton Examines America's
couple of years after David Brotherton first arrived to John Jay in
1994, he received a curious invitation from Professor Luis Barrios to
visit the church where Barrios preached uptown. It was at Barrios'
Episcopalian church that Brotherton, who had done research on gangs
in California, first met Latin King leader Antonio Fernandez, a.k.a.
King Tone. Read more
Alumna Tamykah Anthony-Marston
Sets a Powerful Example for
Alumna Tamykah Anthony-Marston has become a
successful scientist since graduating from John Jay in 2015. She's
also a testament to the fact that you don't need to be a superhero to
achieve your wildest dreams. Read more
John Jay College Hosts
Solitary Confinement Week
Solitary confinement has become a critical issue in
criminal justice reform, and this April, John Jay College, in
partnership with The Center on Media, Crime and Justice, Public
Square Media and National Religious Campaign Against Torture (NRCAT),
hosted Solitary Confinement Week, a weeklong series of events
designed to educate journalists, advocates, John Jay community
members and the general public on the adverse effects of prolonged
isolation. Read More
John Jay Student Researchers
Shine During 2018 Research
and Creativity Week
This spring, John Jay students presented original
research and projects to fellow students, faculty, and the general
public as part of the annual Research and Creativity
Week. From April 30 to May 4, 355 undergraduate and
graduate students from 25 areas of study participated. Read more
John Jay Is Using Innovative Data Project to Help
Boost Graduation Rates
In partnership with DataKind, a non-profit committed
to helping social justice leaders use data to increase their impact,
John Jay College is taking an innovative approach to improving
student graduation rates through the use of data and analytics. Read more
From the Ashes
Shines a Light
the Coal Industry's Impact
On April 26, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
hosted a screening and panel discussion on From the Ashes, a
documentary about the devastating impact of the coal industry on
communities across the country. The documentary, which premiered at
the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival and on the National Geographic
Channel, and was produced with the support of Bloomberg Philanthropies,
has toured over a dozen cities around the world and has added a
significant contribution to the global conversation on environmental
justice. Read more
Special Issue of Criminal Justice
Policy Review Dedicated to John Jay's Misdemeanor
Justice Policy Review released
an online special issue in May dedicated to the Misdemeanor Justice
Project (MJP) of John Jay College of Criminal Justice. A printed
version of the special issue will be released later this year.
The Criminal Justice Policy Review journal
is a project of the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice at
Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP). It is edited by Professor
Daniel Lee and published by Sage Publishing. Read more