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405-7 Cooper Street
Camden, NJ 08102-1521

Phone: 856-225-6470
Fax: 856-225-6435


Chairperson:
Drew Humphries, Professor of Criminal Justice
Director of Graduate Program in Criminal Justice:
Michelle Meloy, Associate Professor of Criminal Justice
Coordinator, Off-campus Programs:
Stephanie Bush-Baskette
Departmental Secretary:
Sherry Pisacano


Please Note: Our building is entered from the campus side, through the white porch.

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Masterton Award

The George Masterton Award is named after the first chair of the department.  It is awarded each year at the spring Honors Convocation “to a student for academic achievement, significant contributions to the University and larger communities, and intellectual promise.”

2013 Recipients

  • Madison Nilsen
  • Armand Basualdo

2012 Recipients

  • Matt Covington
  • Michelle Barbaccia
  • Amy Sobotka
  • Jennifer Hayes
2011 Recipients
  • Duston Dariano
  • Phillip Leone
  • Tamiko Cornish

Previous Recipients

  • Dana Simone (Criminal Justice, 2010)
  • Ben Zieman (Criminal Justice, 2010)
  • Linda Zekovitch (Sociology and Anthropology, 2010)
  • Amy Wood (Criminal Justice, 2009)
  • Nicole Edwards (Sociology, 2009)
  • Traci Arnold (Criminal Justice, 2008)
  • Christine Junior (Sociology, 2008)
  • Linda Anderson (Sociology, 2007) 
  • Kristin Curtis (Criminal Justice, 2007) 
  • Aisha Lewis (Criminal Justice, 2006)
  • Tyler Richendollar (Sociology, 2006)
  • Katherine Paulson (Anthropology, 2005)
  • Walter Kim (Criminal Justice, 2005) 
  • Amy Sampson (Sociology, 2005) 
  • Kelly Gerber (Criminal Justice, 2004)
  • Kristi Napoleon (Sociology, 2004) 
  • Cristin Steffani (Criminal Justice, 2003)
  • Jamie O’Brien (Anthropology, 2003)
  • Chaz Molins (Sociology, 2003) 
  • Jeanette Block (Sociology, 2002)
  • Theresa Drummond (Criminal Justice, 2002) 
  • Roger Dion (2001)
  • Tonia Lynn Campbell (2000) 
  • Lotus C. Pilborough (1999)
  • Deborah Vermaat (1998)
  • Emma Jane Hardwick (1997)
  • Dona Hilburn-Campbell (1996)
  • Patricia Toatley (1995)
  • Jorge Torres-Coriano (1994)
  • Russell Campbell and Elizabeth Duda (1993)
  • Donna Gottardi (1992)
  • Reed E. Gladey (1991)
  • Chris-Anne Campolucci (1990)
  • Brian Hall (1989)
  • Stephen M. D’Ilio (1988)
  • Laura E. Vendzules (1987)
  • Eric S. Brown and Mary Kirkland (1983)