Kapstein, Associate Professor of English,
authored a new book titled Postcolonial
Nations, Islands, and Tourism: Reading Real and Imagined Spaces,
available now from Rowman & Littlefield International.
D'Agostino, Associate Professor and Chair
of the Public Management department, published a new journal article
titled "Gender Differences in the Leadership Styles of MPA
Directors," in the Journal
of Public Affairs Education, v. 23, no. 3.
Reentry Institute will receive $7.3 million over
the next five years to serve as the Education and Reentry Coordinator
for the College-in-Prison Reentry Program.
The Research and
Evaluation Center (REC) recently launched a
large, new body of work for the New York City Mayor's Office of
Criminal Justice (MOCJ). With $18 Million in total funding, the REC
is supporting MOCJ in two initiatives focused on the safety and
well-being of NYC neighborhoods.
Click here to read more
Ana M. Bermudez of the NYC Department of Probation (DOP) will present
a lecture. Bermudez is the first Latina to lead the DOP.
The lecture is part of the Women in the Public Sector Speaker Series.
on Crime Innovations Conference
conference will bring
community leaders, criminal justice practitioners, elected
officials, businesses, foundations, the media, and researchers to
showcase promising criminal justice interventions informed
you are interested in attending, please register here.
Art: A Visual and Cultural History
offers a current and comprehensive history that contextualizes black
artists within the framework of American art as a whole.
Immigrants: Local Law Enforcement on the Front Lines traces
the transition of immigration enforcement from a traditionally
federal power exercised primarily near the US borders to a patch-work
system of local policing.
John Jay's Newest Students
the first of August, Karol Mason officially began her new position as
president of John Jay College. Mason has made numerous appearances
since, introducing herself to students and faculty at various events
around campus... Read more
New Exhibit Honors Those Who Gave Their Lives on
and Sacrifice: NYPD Heroes 9/11 and Beyond, a new art exhibit at John
Jay that celebrates the service of the men and women who risked their
lives during the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center Towers,
opened on September 8 and is on display through December 2017. read more
Money Magazine Ranks John Jay College in Top Quarter
"Best Colleges for Your Money"
Jay College of Criminal Justice was ranked in the top quarter
of Money magazine's latest Best Colleges for Your
Money list. Out of 711 institutions ranked, John Jay was 154,
placing it among five CUNY schools to make the list including Brooklyn
College, Queens College, Hunter College and Baruch which came in at
number two, just behind Princeton University. read more
Professor Monica Varsanyi's
NEH-funded Research Looks at Hispanic Identity in New
Varsanyi, associate professor of political science at John Jay
College, obtained a grant from the National Endowment for the
Humanities for her research project, "The Contentious Evolution
of Hispanic Identity During the Chicano Movement in New Mexico,
which she has been working on this summer. read more
Math and Science Resource Center Recognized for Novel
John Jay Math and Science Resource Center (MSRC) and its staff have
been honored by the National College Learning Center Association with
an award for Innovative Use of Technology. The award recognizes the
Resource Center's innovative use of the e-portfolio, a pedagogy tool
that allows students and faculty to showcase their work through the
online e-portfolio platform. read more