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Georgia Justice Project – Hiring Announcement

HIRING ANNOUNCEMENT: Georgia Justice Project is looking for a Policy Director to lead our legislative work, which is focused on removing barriers to reentry and addressing the criminalization of poverty. Below is a link to the announcement. Please feel free to reach out to if you have any questions, and please share with anyone […]

“…And Justice For All” Events

Join the Center for Africana Studies as we reflect on acts of injustice perpetrated throughout the African American community, in particular.  This powerful pictorial exhibit, accompanied with a reflective discussion, is eye opening and thought provoking.

CJ Faculty Published in Cincinnati Enquirer

GS Criminal Justice and Criminology Assistant Professor Amanda Graham and Cheryl Lero Jonson, Associate Professor at Xavier University in Cincinnati, have had an article published in the Cincinnati Enquirer (quoted and linked below). Take a moment for a good read! “As midterm elections draw near, police budgets are being constructed and reform efforts continue to […]

CJ Faculty Published New Book: Crime TV

Congratulations to Drs. Grubb and Posick on the completion and publication of their new book! From Game of Thrones to Breaking Bad, the key theories and concepts in criminal justice are explained through the lens of television In Crime TV, Jonathan A. Grubb and Chad Posick bring together an eminent group of scholars to show […]

GS Criminal Justice Well-Represented at Savannah Bananas Game

A horde of Georgia Southern criminologists crashed the Savannah Bananas’ baseball game on Thursday night, July 22, 2021!