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A Tribute to Herman Goldstein, George Kelling and James Q. Wilson: Contributions to the Field of Criminal Justice

John H. Laub, NIJ Director

I am faced with an impossible task: 10 minutes to honor Herman Goldstein, George Kelling and James Q. Wilson for their contributions to the field. Gee, it would be easier to travel to Boston for a meeting in the middle of January! Did that memo from Chris Stone and Christine Cole last month really say, "There is no snow on the ground yet?" I lived in Boston for 18 years ... why would you tempt the snow gods?

Meet the Fellow: Translational Criminology

January, 2017
In this video Jessica Shaw, Ph.D., describes her work as a translational criminology fellow at NIJ. She discusses what motivated her to apply, her fellowship experience and how it impacted her career development, as well as, the benefits of pursuing a fellowship with NIJ.