Faculty and Staff Accomplishments

 

Alex Alvarez co-organized and participated in the Martin Springer Institute Symposium entitled “Colonial Conquest in the American West and Nazi East.” His book, Native Americans & Question of Genocide is now featured in the Walnut Canyon Monument bookstore.

Brooke de Heer and Lynn Jones revised and resubmitted “Investigating the self-protective potential of immobility in victims of rape,” to Violence and Victims.

Christy Arazan was awarded $11,990 by the NAU’s Faculty Grant Program to fund “Changing Social Norms: An Assessment of a Bystander Intervention Training.” 

Cyndi Banksand James Baker published a book entitled Comparative, International, and Global Justice (Sage Publications). Dr. Banks has also been awarded the rank of Professor of Emeritus in Criminology and Criminal Justice at NAU.

Dennis Catlin will be honored for his 15 years of service at the April Arizona Transfer Summit and Awards Gala.

Jaimee Limmer earned certificates in First Generation and Safe Zone training. These certificates qualify her to provide related workshops and events to the department, college and university. Jaimee also presented her SoTL research project entitled “Which Behaviors are more important in promoting professor-student rapport?” at the NAU Assessment Fair.

Kara Stone has been promoted to the position of Associate Administrative Assistant.

Larry Gould has been awarded the rank of Professor Emeritus in Criminology and Criminal Justice at NAU

Linda Robyn has accepted a presidential appointment to serve on the newly formed NAU Native American Commission.

Luis Fernandez is the incoming elected president of the Society for the Study of Social Problems. Dr. Fernandez has also been promoted to the rank of Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice at NAU.  

Marianne Nielsen presented “Indigenous Boarding and Residential Schools: Accessory to Murder, Accessory to Rape” at the Western Sociology of Criminology Annual Conference in Vancouver Canada. Dr. Nielsen’s article “Aboriginal Healing Lodges in Canada: Still Going Strong?” was accepted for publication in theJournal of Legal Pluralism. Dr. Nielsen and Karen Jarratt-Snider (NAU AIS) contracted with the UofA Press for a series of edited collections about Indigenous Justice.

Nancy Wonders has a publication forthcoming:Wonders, Nancy A. (2016)  “Just-in-Time Justice:  Globalization and the Changing Character of Law, Order, and Power.” Critical Criminology 24(2).

Phoebe Morgan facilitated a workshop for NAU’s Human Resource Department Retreat entitled “What’s Your Conflict Management Style?” and gave a talk entitled “The CCJ Curriculum Map Experience” for NAU’s Faculty Development Series. Dr. Morgan was named by Evan Lim, a 2016 Golden Axe Awardee as his most influential faculty member during his time at NAU.

Ray Michalowski published a book chapter entitled “Peace and Security in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands,” in L. Weber (ed.) Rethinking Border Control for a Globalizing World: A Preferred Future (Routlege) and presented a paper entitled “The New Enclosure Movement: Social Sources of Corporate Power in a Globalized World Economy” at the Law and Society Annual Meeting in Seattle.

Rebecca Maniglia was named by Vanessa Billegas, a 2016 Golden Axe Awardee as her most influential faculty member during her time at NAU.

Rob Schehr gave a talk entitled Le Plaider Coupable en Question, Americain et Francais at the University of Lyon.

Sarah Prior moderated a panel for the Martin Springer Institute Symposium entitled “Colonial Conquest in the American West and Nazi East.”