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Game Change: How Researcher-Practitioner Partnerships Are Redefining How We Study Crime

Speakers
John H. Laub, Director, National Institute of Justice; Jeff Rojek, Assistant Professor, University of South Carolina; Tami Sullivan, Assistant Professor, Yale University School of Medicine; Vivian Tseng, Vice President, Program, William T. Grant Foundation

Opening Plenary Panel
When researchers and practitioners work side by side, they can maximize their problem-solving abilities. The research partner can focus on the data and the science; the practitioner can focus on interpreting the findings and applying them in the field. In the plenary panel, panelists described the benefits, challenges and pitfalls of researcher-practitioner partnerships with a focus on the financial benefits to the practitioner.

Moderator: John H. Laub, Director, National Institute of Justice

Panelists:

  • Jeff Rojek, Assistant Professor, University of South Carolina
  • Tami Sullivan, Assistant Professor, Yale University School of Medicine
  • Vivian Tseng, Vice President, Program, William T. Grant Foundation

Date Created: June 1, 2012