Tag: criminal justice

UofL recognized as top school for Black students pursuing a criminal...

The University of Louisville provides Black students pursing a criminal justice degree one of the “most enriching educations leading to well-paying jobs.” This is...

UofL researcher examines school resource officers’ approach to students of different...

A recently published study by a UofL professor discovered school resource officers assess threats differently based on the racial makeup of their school. In “Protecting...

Student finds ‘true fulfillment’ in International Service Learning Program

Forty-seven students, faculty and staff members flew from Louisville to Cebu, a province of the Philippines, last month with the International Service Learning Program with...

UofL student fast tracks path to becoming Air Force JAG officer

Lacey Parham, a senior from Owensboro, is taking advantage of the 3+3 program offered by the Brandeis School of Law that allows her to...

UofL Criminal Justice professor dissects ‘Ferguson effect’

Justin Nix, an assistant professor in UofL’s Department of Criminal Justice, has submitted a paper examining the so-called “War on Cops,” and the idea...