A group of graduate students enrolled in CJC 404 (Applied Data Analysis) performed analyses of admissions to the Illinois Department of Juvenile Justice (IDJJ) as part of a class project.
Loyola’s Criminal Justice and Criminology Graduate Student Organization volunteered with the Salvation Army’s Pathway Forward Program to wrap toys children with incarcerated parents.
CJC students visited the Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office.
Undergraduates who demonstrate financial need in an unpaid academic internship are eligible to apply for a $1,500 award.
Student members of the Loyola Criminal Justice Organization (CJO) visited Stateville Prison on October 28, 2014.
Occupy CAS Dean's Corridor: Graduate students in Dr. Stalans' Psychology and Law class participated in a social experiment as a teaching technique.
Jordan Boulger (Criminal Justice and Criminology BS '07 & MA '09 from Loyola) was recently appointed as the Director of Research and Evaluation for the Cook County Adult Probation Department.
Associate Professor Robert Lombardo was named to the Editorial Board of the European Review of Organised Crime sponsored by the Standing Group on Organised Crime of the European Consortium for Political Research.
Associate Professor Jona Goldschmidt and Associate Professor Don Stemen were named to the editorial board of the journal Criminology, Criminal Justice, Law and Society - the journal of the Western Society of Criminology
The Wellness Center at Loyola University Chicago created a new app - "Here for You" - that helps students stay connected to gender-based violence services and resources at Loyola University Chicago and in Chicago from their mobile device.
Loyola Libraries has a new online exhibit, “Practical Work: Chicago Woman's Club Reformers, Criminal Women, and Delinquent Children, 1876-1920,” that explores how women reformers in Chicago tried to protect and reform criminal women and delinquent children at the turn of the twentieth century. “Practical Work” is sponsored by the Women and Leadership Archives and the Carolyn Farrell, BVM, Professorship in Women and Leadership at Loyola University Chicago.