Crim Center Graduate Research Assistant and Master of Public Administration candidate Anique Hameed was recently featured by BET News for her proactive efforts to raise awareness about the over 200 missing school girls in Nigeria. Anique launched a social media campaign entitled #NotforSale wherein everyone (not just women) is asked to submit a video or… more »
Our Early College Liaison, Cedrick Dortch, M.S., has recently joined the Hands on Atlanta Executive Advisory Board Committee. His duties will be to collaborate with other board members in assessing the progress and effectiveness of ongoing Hands on Atlanta service projects. Also, as a board member, he will bring insight into ways Hands on Atlanta… more »
Congratulations to the Class of 2014 from your Crim Center Family! This year’s graduating class includes students from Beyond the Bricks Project, Early College, Jumpstart, TEAM, and Crim Center Interns.
Booker T. Washington High School
By Dr. Brian Williams, Director of Crim Center
Each year, I get invitations from local schools to speak at their graduation ceremonies. I consider it a great honor to share some of my life lessons with the graduates. This year, I have decided to honor the Crim Center’s 2014 graduates with a written graduation address.… more »
Check out a recent list of publications from our Affiliated Faculty.
Birman, D., Simon, C. D., Chan, W. Y., & Tran, N. (2014). Acculturation and psychological adjustment of employed refugees from the former Soviet Union in the U.S.: A life domains perspective. American Journal of Community Psychology, 53, 60-72.
Curlette, W., Hendrick, R., Ogletree, S.… more »