Former Georgia Southern Graduate Student Now Co-Editor of the ASC Division of Rural Criminology Newsletter
Gabrielle Lory, a previous student in the Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology Graduate Program, is now one of three editors for the quarterly newsletter, “The Rural Criminologist”. Published by the American Society of Criminology’s Division of Rural Criminology (ASC/DRC), this inaugural issue touches on the history of rural criminology and introduces the new Division, established this year.
“While the Division of Rural Criminology was created for ASC, our vision for this Division goes much further. We aim to have an international focus and serve as a network of scholars diligently striving to bring rural research to the forefront.”
To become a member, go to the ASC homepage and click the “Member Login” button in the top right hand corner. The inaugural year fees are $5 for students and $15 for faculty. There is also a Kickstarter Fund for those who wish to contribute more. “All funds will be used in early years for operational expenses, with future considerations given to interest bearing accounts for travel scholarships etc.” Donations can be made through the ASC donations webpage.
Congratulations to Gabrielle Lory, M.A. and her co-editors, Joseph Donnermeyer, Ph.D. and Danielle Stoneberg, M.A., for their accomplishment!!
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