Criminal Justice

McCreery, Dr. Loury, DePaul, Dr. Guertin-Martin, Dr. McNeil, Day

Oct 20, 2021 Daniel DiPrinzio

Arcadia Works to Develop Land Acknowledgement Statement to Recognize Perseverance of Lenape People

Last summer, a group of Arcadia University faculty and staff attended the National Conference on Race and Ethnicity, where presenters paid homage to the Indigenous groups from their respective areas and offered workshops on Indigenous pedagogy in higher education. This resulted in Dr. Doreen Loury...

Arcadia University Favian Guertin Martin with two male students and Crooked Eye brewer with pitcher

Jul 29, 2021 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Guertin-Martin Discusses Local Brews in UK Based Magazine

By Katherine Haines '21, '22 Associate Professor of Criminal Justice Dr. Favian Guertin-Martin was featured by UK-based Pellicle Magazine in a July 14 article focusing on Forest & Main Brewing Company in Ambler.  Writer Anne Wallentine digs into the history and inner workings of...

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Jun 8, 2021 Caitlin Burns

“Untapped” Goes All-Modes to Teach SocioCultural Impact of Craft Beer

In small groups toward the end of the spring semester, students in Associate Professor of Criminal Justice Dr. Favian Guertin-Martin’s “Untapped: Exploring the SocioCultural and Scientific World of Beer” swirled, smelled, and tasted beers at Naked Brewing Company, detailing the different...

Arcadia University Class of 2021 graduate Devon Cayro

May 19, 2021 Caitlin Burns

Devon Cayro: Dual Bachelor of Arts degrees in Criminal Justice and Communications

Major and minor: Dual Bachelor of Arts degrees in Criminal Justice and Communications Favorite Arcadia memory: The First Year Study Away Experience (FYSAE) Program in London!  Advice for your first-year self: I would tell my first-year self to be more confident in my ideas! After...

Arcadia University Class of 2021 graduate Emily Brenner

May 19, 2021 Caitlin Burns

Emily Brenner: Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice

Major and minor: Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice (Social Justice concentration) with a Sociology minor Favorite Arcadia memory: That’s hard because there’s so many things. I’d go with either Woodstock 2019, my entire First-Year Study Abroad Experience (FYSAE) semester in London, and what I’...

Arcadia University adjunct professor Dr. Allan Branson

May 3, 2021 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Branson Featured on Podcast About Stereotypes in Profiling Serial Murderers

By Katherine Haines '21 Dr. Allan Branson, adjunct professor of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice, was featured on a March episode of The Reporter’s Notebook podcast, “Storm Tracking.” Host Gary Anderson interviewed Dr. Branson for the investigative true-crime podcast focusing on the...

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Dec 9, 2020 Caitlin Burns

Inside-Out Program Explores Criminal and Social Justice Through Art

While the Inside-Out Prison Exchange program looked a little different this semester than it has in the 17-year history at Arcadia, students remained engaged in challenging discussions about the criminal justice system and its impact on society. For the first time, the Inside-Out program was...

Arcadia University interim director of Education Dr. John Noakes

Sep 9, 2020 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Noakes Spotlighted in Portland Protests Article

Dr. John Noakes, interim director of the School of Education, was featured in an online Aug. 24 news article published by Oregon Public Broadcasting (OPB), which was republished on KLCC, Oregon’s branch of National Public Radio (NPR). The news report explores the 2020 protests for Black Lives...

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Jun 16, 2020 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Noakes Featured Around the Country for Expertise on Police and Protests

Dr. John Noakes, interim director of the School of Education, has spent his career analyzing the relationship between protestors and police officers, and the social contract between the state and political dissent. As protests continue around the country, the internationally known scholar on the...

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May 20, 2020 Caitlin Burns

Pan African Studies Announces Winners of African American Folklore Competition

The annual African Folklore Competition, sponsored by the Pan African Studies, asks students to compose an original folktale with elements of African storytelling. On May 7, Lashanna Bryant ’21, Eric Hamada ’22, Tiara Moore ’21, Tessa Kilcourse ’20, and Shakiya Smith ’23 were announced as winners...

Dr. John Noakes

Apr 10, 2020 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Noakes to Serve as Interim Director of School of Education

Dr. John Noakes will assume the role of Interim Director of the School of Education, effective June 1. Currently chair of the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice, Dr. Noakes joined the Arcadia community in 2005 and has served with distinction in a wide variety of roles. He...

Dr. Guertin-Martin, two students and Crooked Eye Brewery brewer examine beer

Oct 22, 2019 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Guertin-Martín Publishes on Waste in Beer Production in Criminology Journal

Dr. Favian Guertin-Martín, associate professor of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice, published “Tapping into Environmental Harm in Brewing: An Exploration of Pollution and Waste in Beer Production” in the Oct. 1 Journal of the American Society of Criminology Division on Critical...