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Election Support Space at GS Counseling Center

Tomorrow is the last day to vote. Make your voice heard!! #GoVOTE2020 Please consider taking advantage of the Election Support Spaces offered by the counseling center later this week as well to process election results in a respectful environment.


GS Criminal Justice Professor Published!

Congratulations to Georgia Southern Criminal Justice and Criminology Associate Professor, Dr. Laurie Gould, on her co-edited publication!! The Routledge Handbook on American Prisons edited by Laurie A. Gould and John J. Brent will be released for publication November 2, 2020. With contributions from leading correctional scholars in the U.S., the volume covers the evolution of […]


Announcement of Thesis Proposal Defense

Please join us via Zoom on Friday, October 23 at 3 PM to support Catalina Hooper Armenteros, a Criminal Justice Graduate Student giving her thesis proposal defense!!! Contact Dr. Jonathan Grubb at jgrubb@georgiasouthern.edu for more details!


8th Annual CASA Superhero Run!

CALLING ALL SUPERHEROES!!! Join the 8th Annual CASA Superhero Run Powered by Nease, Lagana, Eden, and Culley on October 24, 2020! Whether you want to run a 5K or participate in the 1-mile fun run, your participation benefits children in foster care. We encourage everyone to dress up in the favorite Superhero costume! Can’t join […]


GS Criminal Justice and Criminology Professor Published!

Criminal Justice and Criminology Associate Professor, Chad Posick, along with his colleague, Michael Rocque, from Bates College have published their multi-level regulation perspective for explaining exposure to violent victimization. The paper appears in the Journal of Interpersonal Violence and is available on their website. ABSTRACT We test two major hypotheses in this article: (a) macrolevels […]