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John Jay College of Criminal Justice
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
8 hours
  • Earlier this month, John Jay Athletics celebrated their 10th Hall Of Fame ceremony: jjay.cc/2Gp1CzJ

    Six individuals (Phil Franko, Jamar Harry, Connie Magnus-Melendez, Vince Maiorino, Michael Mauro, and John Verwoert) and the 1983 Baseball Team were inducted this year.

    📷 credit: Denis Gostev

    #MyJohnJay #JohnJayCollege #GoBloodhounds

John Jay College of Criminal Justice
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
20 hours
  • Considering a program that allows you to understand substantive concepts in the scholarly and practical field of human rights, conduct methodological research and engage in practice-oriented work? Explore #JohnJayCollege Master of Arts in Human Rights degree.

    See the program here: http://ow.ly/JVPH30if5WS

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John Jay College of Criminal Justice
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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  • As part of their leadership development, a group of ¡Adelante! students helped plan and execute an important event at John Jay on April 11—the homecoming of alumna Catalina Cruz ’05, a woman who grew up a Dreamer and is now a New York State Assemblywoman.

    Read more: jjay.cc/2GmCeJB

    #JohnJayHSI #FierceAdvocates #JJCAlumni

John Jay College of Criminal Justice
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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  • "In five years I see myself completing a Ph.D. program in Criminology and Justice Policy from Northeastern University, where I will be attending in the fall. My main goal is to conduct research and influence policy within the criminal justice context in a positive way." - Ayanna Miller-Smith '19

    Ayanna Miller-Smith, a McNair Scholar and Forensic Psychology major from Brooklyn, New York, will be presenting her research on the portrayal of police brutality on social media and its effects on populations at John Jay's Research & Creativity Expo.

    Read more: jjay.cc/2ZezPtp

    #JJCStudentSuccess #FierceAdvocates #JJCResearch

John Jay College of Criminal Justice
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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  • For months, members of John Jay’s Mock Trial Association have come together to strategize, practice, and refine their courtroom skills. All that hard work was put to good use last month when the team took on Brooklyn College at the first-ever mock trial competition between the two schools. During the competition, each school had a chance to play the role of lawyers and witnesses on both the plaintiff and defense team.

    Read more: jjay.cc/2OG9SOn

    #JJCStudentSuccess #FierceAdvocates #JohnJayCollege

John Jay College of Criminal Justice
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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  • “In just one year, our students have committed over 6,900 hours of community service.”—Karol V. Mason, President of John Jay College

    John Jay’s Community Outreach and Service Learning (COSL) has a saying: Talk with your feet. And, that’s exactly what John Jay’s Leadership Team did at the appreciation dinner last month. Everyone, including President Karol Mason, Provost Yi Li, and COSL Director of Community Outreach Declan Walsh, served the many students that spend countless hours each semester helping others.

    Read more: jjay.cc/2TNP9JB

    #FierceAdvocates #JJCActs #JohnJayCollege

John Jay College of Criminal Justice
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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  • “Knowing what’s actually happening in the communities I’m producing academic work on is important to me. And I’m doing it because a lot of people don’t.” – Andrene Wright '17

    John Jay alumna Andrene Wright was the keynote speaker at the fifth annual Abby Stein Memorial Lecture honoring Abby Stein's legacy and celebrating the success of the John Jay-Vera Fellows alumni. During her time at John Jay, Wright was a McNair Scholar, Vera Fellow and winner of several other fellowship programs that helped pave the way for her current position as a Ph.D. student at Northwestern University studying Political Behavior at the Intersections of Race, Gender, and Class. Looking back at her time at John Jay, Wright went over the pivotal moments that changed the course of her life, and connected the dots, showing how each experience led to the next great opportunity.

    Read more: jjay.cc/2uwrDXh

    #JJCAlumni #FierceAdvocates #JohnJayCollege

John Jay College of Criminal Justice
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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  • At 64 years old, Connie Bolden knows exactly what’s ahead of her and what she wants to accomplish after graduating from #JohnJayCollege and law school. She hopes to become an Assistant District Attorney. “I want to prosecute abusers. I want to push for stronger laws and penalties that could save survivors’ lives. The main reason why I’m returning to school is because domestic violence, sexual harassment, and child abuse are still going strong, and the system is not working.” #FierceAdvocates

John Jay College of Criminal Justice
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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  • Psychology Professor Philip Yanos will present his book “Written Off: Mental Health Stigma and the Loss of Human Potential” on April 17th at 4:30 PM. John Jay's Office for the Advancement of Research sponsors these book talks, which take place in the Moot Court on the 6th floor of the New Building. To attend, RSVP at oar@jjay.cuny.edu. #MyJohnJay #JJCResearch

    [Image Description: A two sided collage: on the left, a picture of Professor Philip Yanos and on the right, a picture of his book, “Written Off: Mental Health Stigma and the Loss of Human Potential.”]

John Jay College of Criminal Justice
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
5 days
  • The Masters of Arts in Economics at #JohnJayCollege provides students with a comprehensive and rigorous education in applied, pluralist economics. It is one of a handful of graduate programs in the country that focuses primarily on issues of economic justice such as economic democracy, diversity, inequality, sustainability and community development.
    See the program here: http://ow.ly/vioI30jbb59

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John Jay College of Criminal Justice
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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  • Many thanks to our ¡Adelante! leaders for bringing John Jay alumna and Queens Assemblywoman Catalina Cruz to campus to share her story with the #JohnJayCollege community.

    #JohnJayHSI #JJCAlumni #FierceAdvocates

John Jay College of Criminal Justice
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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  • The Honors Program at #JohnJayCollege brings together academically talented students who have the potential to become tomorrow’s leaders: jjay.cc/honors #MyJohnJay

John Jay College of Criminal Justice
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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  • “We hope that students will find many areas for papers, and theses; that other scholars will be able to develop research projects from this extraordinary collection; that journalists will be able to have resources for their stories; that community activists will find evidence for their campaigns, and that many others will be able to use what were once private secret memos, letters, reports and meeting minutes, to make our democracy stronger and more secure.” -Prof. Gerald Markowitz

    Distinguished History Professor Gerald Markowitz has co-founded a website that serves as a central archive, free and publicly accessible, for fast digital searches on once-secret industry documents: ToxicDocs.org.

    Read more: jjay.cc/2Isfaw0

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John Jay College of Criminal Justice
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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  • Are you interested in a curriculum that focuses on understanding, evaluating, and treating both offenders and victims? Then, consider #JohnJayCollege Master in Arts program in Forensic Psychology.
    See the program here: http://bit.ly/24VKvKQ

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John Jay College of Criminal Justice
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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  • As part of the #JohnJayHSI speaker series, Xavier Perez, Ph.D., Director and Co-founder of the Criminology program at DePaul University, came to John Jay to change the narrative surrounding criminality. During his presentation, Critical Perspectives in Criminology: Moving beyond the Rhetoric of Law & Order last month Perez told the audience his redemption story, from incarcerated youth to his career at DePaul, and provided his listeners with solutions to change the way criminality is perceived and how to include marginalized voices in the conversation.

    Read more: jjay.cc/2IpNmrY

    #FierceAdvocates #JohnJayCollege #Criminology

John Jay College of Criminal Justice
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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  • Anthony Sambula, the recipient of the T-Mobile Supplementary Scholarship for Veterans, faced many hurdles serving his country as a Petty Officer for the U.S. Navy, working for the U.S. Postal Service and MTA, and earning his College degree. But every one of those challenges made him more resilient and focused. Now he’s back at John Jay—after receiving his bachelor’s degree in 2001—working on his master’s degree in Public Administration in Inspection and Oversight.

    Read more: jjay.cc/2GEo6yi

    #JJCStudentSuccess #FierceAdvocates #JohnJayCollege

John Jay College of Criminal Justice
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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  • When Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico, it left devastation in its wake. The island was in the literal dark for months on end, and to this day its inhabitants are still trying to recover and rebuild. Lending a helping hand in rebuilding efforts, students from John Jay College’s Search for Education, Elevation, and Knowledge (SEEK) program and Community Outreach and Service Learning (COSL) Disaster Relief Team, went to Puerto Rico earlier this year. The two groups joined forces to restore damaged homes, and in many ways, provide a sense of normalcy to those that they helped. 🇵🇷

    #FierceAdvocates #JohnJayCollege #JJCActs

John Jay College of Criminal Justice
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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  • IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: President Mason started an externally-led, campus-wide Climate Review process. The goal of the Climate Review is to provide the John Jay community and leadership with a better understanding of our current culture and climate as it relates to diversity and inclusion and the prevention of harassment and sexual violence. This campus-wide process will help us better fulfill our commitment to promoting a respectful and inclusive working and learning environment where everyone can thrive. There is still time to share your thoughts. Visit the Climate Review webpage to submit your confidential online feedback: jjay.cc/climatereview

John Jay College of Criminal Justice
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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  • During a recent book talk presented by the Academy for Critical Incident Analysis at John Jay College, New York Times best-selling author Dave Cullen provided insight on his new book Parkland and how the survivor story emerging from the tragedy gave birth to a movement. According to Cullen, the normal pattern of reactions following a mass shooting are usually shock, an offering of thoughts and prayers, and then inaction by politicians, but “these Parkland kids changed the conversation,” said Cullen. “They went from shooting survivors to activist.”

    Read more: https://jjay.cc/2V9CVwl

    #FierceAdvocates #BookTalk #JohnJayCollege

John Jay College of Criminal Justice
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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  • How do you mend a relationship tarnished by decades of distrust, violence, anger, and fear? That was the question at the heart of John Jay's National Network for Safe Communities' (NNSC) Police-Community Reconciliation Symposium held last month. The symposium, #HealingBeginsHere, sought ways to establish building blocks toward the path of healing.

    Read more: https://jjay.cc/2I5riCO

    #JohnJayCollege #FierceAdvocates #CJReform

John Jay College of Criminal Justice
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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  • Thank you to the 1,500 students and their families that came to today's Accepted Students Day. #MyJohnJay #JohnJayCollege

John Jay College of Criminal Justice
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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  • Are you interested in a program that studies the history of economics and economic thought, the economics of gender, environmental sustainability, local and international economic development, and global inequalities of income and wealth? Consider #JohnJayCollege’s Master of Arts degree in Economics.
    Learn more about the program: http://ow.ly/vioI30jbb59

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John Jay College of Criminal Justice
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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  • #JohnJayCollege's ePortfolio Program provides technical assistance to the community in creating and developing their #ePortfolio: www.jjay.cuny.edu/eportfolio #MyJohnJay

John Jay College of Criminal Justice
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
2 weeks
  • "Our project includes an internship to provide students with the research skills needed to investigate human rights crimes and familiarize themselves with physical and digital archives. These skills will enable them to critically assess the connections among crimes against humanity and become active participants in the preservation of historical memory." -Marcia Esparza

    Awardees of the 2018–2019 Inaugural Presidential Student-Faculty Research Collaboration Award, Daniel Auld, Director of Learning Technologies, Academic Services & Assessment, and Marcia Esparza, Associate Professor of Criminal Justice, are embarking on their new research with the goal of bringing awareness to the injustices in Latin America. Their ambitious project is titled Historical Memory Project/E-Portfolio Collaboration, and their hope is that it will resonate with many people in the John Jay community.

    #JJCResearch #JohnJayHSI #FierceAdvocates

John Jay College of Criminal Justice
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
2 weeks
  • Are you interested in an advanced degree that will allow you to demonstrate an understanding of substantive concepts in the scholarly and practice field of human rights, conduct methodological research, and engage in practice-oriented work, such as fact-finding, report-writing, media outreach, and advocacy? Consider #JohnJayCollege Master of Arts degree in Human Rights.
    Explore the program here: http://ow.ly/JVPH30if5WS

    [Image Description: A picture of the word "Human Rights" written on a black board with multiple figures and speech surrounding it.]

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