Congratulations to Dr. Sarah Tosh on publishing her new book The Immigration Law Death Penalty Aggravated Felonies, Deportation, and Legal Resistance
SACJ faculty Christopher Thomas finds link between volatile temperatures and violence. How Weather Affects Crime Rates | Rutgers University-Camden
Thanks to support from the Vice Chancellor for Student Academic Success, students from Dr. Napolitano’s Careers in Sociology and Criminal Justice class attended the Mega Career Fair at the New Brunswick campus on February 2.
Op-ed by Assistant Professor Julio Angel Alicea Hechingerreport.org
Congratulations to Assistant Professor Sarah Tosh! She has been selected to serve as a member of the 2023-2024 cohort of Early Career Faculty Fellows at the Institute for the Study of Global Racial Justice.
Assistant Professor Christopher Thomas coauthored the study “Weird winter weather in the Anthropocene: How volatile temperatures shape violent crime” in Journal of Criminal Justice. Sciencedirect.com