News - College of Urban & Public Affairs
Monday, April 24, 2017
»Kelsey Henderson, Criminology and Criminal Justice faculty, co-presented "Investigating Predictors of True and False Guilty Pleas" at the American Psychology-Law Society Conference in Seattle, March 2017. She was invited to present as the third-place winn
»Kris Henning, Criminology and Criminal Justice faculty, gave a presentation to the Multnomah County Local Public Safety Coordinating Council Executive Committee entitled "Introduction to Risk Assessment for Criminal Justice Administrators." Henning provid
»Mark (Harmon) Leymon, Criminology and Criminal Justice faculty, co-presented "The New Imprisonment Race: Explaining the Rise in Imprisonment of Women of Color from 1982-2015" at the Pacific Sociological Association conference in Portland, April 6-9.
»Ryan Labrecque, Criminology and Criminal Justice faculty, co-authored a study, "Reinvesting in the Lives of Youth: A Targeted Approach to Reducing Recidivism," the results of which were published in the journal Criminal Justice Policy Review, Vol. 27, No.
»Ryan Labrecque, Criminology and Criminal Justice faculty, co-authored a book chapter entitled "Employment and Vocation Programs in Prison" in The Oxford Handbook of Prisons and Imprisonment.
»Ryan Labrecque, Criminology and Criminal Justice faculty, co-authored an article, "Towards a More Proactive Approach to Brand Protection: Development of the Organisational Risk Assessment for Product Counterfeiting (ORAPC)" published in the journal
»Kelsey Henderson, Criminology and Criminal Justice faculty, received a grant from the Hatfield Public Service Grant Program for her project "Plea Decision Making: The Role of Attorney Credibility, Trustworthiness, and Moderating Effects of Gender."
»Robert Asaadi, Political Science and International and Global Studies faculty, was interviewed by the Iranian state television network Ofogh (Horizon) on its 180 Degrees program. His segment aired nationally in Iran on April 14.
»Tiphaine Dickson, Political Science faculty, authored "Games Without Frontiers: A Bureaucratic Case Study into the Establishment of the International Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia," published in the Sociological Yearbook, Journal of the Sociological
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Monday, April 17, 2017
»G.L.A. Harris, Public Administration faculty, won the Outstanding Book Award from the Section on Personnel Administration and Labor Relations of the American Society for Public Administration for her publication Living Legends and Full Agency: Implication
»G.L.A. Harris, Public Administration faculty, is the 2017-8 recipient of the Fulbright Fellowship as the Research Chair for North American Integration (U.S.-Canada Defense Relations). During the Fall 2017 semester Harris will be a visiting scholar at Carl
»G.L.A. Harris and Theresa Julnes Keleka Kaimanu, Public Administration faculty, participated on the panel "How Tenure Can Help in Protecting the Benefits of Employing a Diverse Faculty." Harris presented "Cloaked Biases as Micro-Aggressions: The Effects o
»Nathan McClintock, Urban Studies and Planning faculty, presented a paper entitled "Critical Reflexivity, Contradiction, and ‘Being Moved’: Toward a Politics of Resourcefulness” at the annual meeting of the American Association of Geographers in Boston, Ap
»Gerry Sussman, Urban Studies and Planning and International and Global Studies faculty, gave a paper titled "What is Political Life (in America)?: Electoral and Media Politics in the New Cold War" at the University of Oregon's What Is...? conference in Po
»Nathan McClintock, Urban Studies and Planning faculty, and student Michael Simpson co-authored the article "Stacking Functions: Identifying Motivational Frames Guiding Urban Agriculture Organizations and Businesses in the United States and Canada," publis
»Kris Henning, Criminology and Criminal Justice faculty, spoke with KATU News about safety on college campuses.