The School of Criminal Justice holds a number one ranking for research productivity and recognition in U.S. News & World Report as one of the top three doctoral programs in the nation.
In U.S. News and World Report rankings of graduate schools, UC School of Education ranks 65th among the nation's top graduate schools and 33rd for best online education programs.
UC research by Brenda Greenert Judd, an early childhood education specialist at UC's Arlitt Child and Family Research and Education Center, is featured at a Cincinnati symposium.
Researchers from UC's School of Criminal Justice and the Dept. of IT as well as Michigan State University found that cyberdeviance and cybercrime start and peak during teen years.
Mariah Maxwell, who graduated in April with two degrees in criminal justice and psychology, discusses her success thanks in part to the UC HEMI program.
CJ Professor Patricia Van Voorhis authored the study and spent more than 10 years traveling the U.S. to find out what drives women to commit crime.
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