A Different Kind Of Cop
Capt. Aprille Moore (B.S. ’05), a Georgia State Alumni Association 40 Under 40 honoree, is a community-focused officer who hopes to inspire more women to join the force.
Summa cum laude graduate Nicole DeLettera credits her time management skills for helping her succeed as she balanced school, mentoring, two internships and single motherhood.
Christofer Valdez sees his work in the criminal justice system a pathway to social justice.
After stints in the armies of South Korea and the United States, Taegue Park plans to work with those in need of a second chance.
Several Georgia State online master’s programs have been ranked as the best in the country, according to the 2022 Best Online Rankings released by U.S. News & World Report.
A first-of-its-kind study led by the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies found significant variability in state- and nationwide policies on end-of-life decision making in U.S. prisons.
The Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police (GACP) recently adopted a resolution to formally accept, acknowledge, support and use the definition of community policing originally authored by a Georgia State University professor.
The pandemic has had a massive impact on violent crime. Here, three Georgia State criminology experts weigh in on why it’s happening — and what we can learn.
Erica McGuire is succeeding in the classroom and on the home front. As a full-time, single mom to 8-year-old Keaton Rae, she admits it can be tough focusing on both studying and parenting.
Alumni Candice Dixon, Captain Aprille Moore and Mary-Kate Starkel were named to Georgia Trend’s 40 under 40 list for 2021!