January 2023




From Science to Africana Studies, Sociology to Latin American and LatinX studies, ten John Jay College of Criminal Justice professors were awarded grants to develop courses that create a more inclusive and supportive academic environment that reflects the College’s student-body and the larger City University of New York community. Read More




Veronika Zenkeviciute ’22 presented her rheumatoid arthritis research at the SACNAS National Diversity in STEM conference and earned the Outstanding Research Presentation Award. Read More





“Being in the military puts you in very tough situations, but the people around you push you to be your best, learn from the experiences, and make it out on the other end,” says Terisa Toussaint ’23, an international criminal justice major. Read More





Professor Anthony Gentile ’78, ’01, continued his efforts to ease the struggles of students facing food insecurity by donating to the College’s Food Pantry. Read More





Professor Nancy Velazquez-Torres, Ph.D, appeared on CUNY TV's EdCast to discuss Latinas in higher education.


Professors Glenn Corbett and Pat McLaughlin were part of a WNBC I-Team investigation, “History of Sprinkler Violations at Site of NYPD Warehouse Fire.”


Professor Alexandra Moffet-Bateau, Ph.D., was on CUNY TV’s Let It Rip for the panel discussion “Midterm Election Results and Political Weaponizing Of Crime.”


Professor Saul Kassin, Ph.D., wrote an op-ed for Time Magazine, “Law Enforcement Experts on Why Police Shouldn't be Allowed to Lie to Suspects.”


Professor Gloria Browne-Marshall spoke on a CNN Tonight segment about the January 6 Committee Referring Charges against Donald Trump.





John Jay College signed a Joint Statement on a Framework for Cooperation with the NATO Stability Policing Centre of Excellence.


Professors Maria (Maki) Haberfeld, Ph.D.Christopher R. Herrmann, Ph.D., and John Jay graduate student Michelle Grutman (Chmelev), authored Policing Crisis Situations, a new book for the SpringerBriefs in Criminology series.












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