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Marchita Shilo, Author at College of Juvenile Justice and Psychology

Texas Juvenile Crime Prevention Center Holds Third Annual Undergraduate Research Information Session

The Texas Juvenile Crime Prevention Center (TJCPC) at Prairie View A&M University, in partnership with the Office of Undergraduate Research (Office of Research, Innovation, and Sponsored Programs (ORISP)), held its Third Annual Undergraduate Research Information Session on Oct. 21, 2019. This year’s event introduced new elements, including a workshop geared towards faculty entitled, “Research Mentoring [...]

Professor Presents at Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Session

Dr. Sesha Kethineni, a professor in the Department of Justice Studies in Prairie View A&M University’s College of Juvenile Justice and Psychology, attended the 28th session of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (CCPCJ), the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime May 20-24, 2019.  Serving as an American Society of Criminology UN [...]

PVAMU Part of Multi-Institution Collaboration on Disaster Resilience

A team of six Prairie View A&M University faculty including Ali Fares, Camille Gibson, Suxia Cui, Ripendra Awal, Hamideh Habibi, and Louis Ngamassi attended a workshop on Design Thinking for Resilience at Stanford University (May 2-3, 2019). The event was part of a continued multi-institution collaboration initiative on Disaster Resilience. In addition to the PVAMU [...]

Annual Royce West Forum Features Dr. Khalil Gibran Mohammad

Prairie View A&M University’s Texas Juvenile Crime Prevention Center, in collaboration with the President’s Office, hosted the Annual Royce West Forum and Lecture Series on April 4, 2019. The keynote speaker was Harvard Historian Dr. Khalil Gibran Mohammad who discussed Building Youth Capacity: Reversing the Condemnation of Blackness and Brown–ness. Moderated by Endowed Professor of [...]

COJJP Hosts 14th Annual Research Symposium

The College of Juvenile Justice & Psychology’s 14th Annual Research Symposium had a few new twists this year. First, the symposium joined the Office of Research, Innovation, and Sponsored Programs in its inaugural Research Week April 10-12, 2019.  Research Week included a showcase of faculty research (held at the new Welcome Center) as well as [...]

Professor Leads Students on Study Abroad Trip to Egypt

During Spring Break 2019, Dr. Camille Gibson, Interim Dean of the College of Juvenile Justice and Psychology and Professor of the course CRJS 4963 Philosophy of Crime, led a study tour to Egypt. Selected students from CRJS 4963 had a chance to learn about the Black Pharaonic era and its influence on ideas of crime, [...]