Sociology and Criminology Professors and Students Present at Conferences

Sociology and Criminology faculty members Lori Brown, Amie Hess, and Kris Macomber presented at the Southern Sociological Society Annual Meeting in Greenville, S.C., in April 2017. Their presentations were:

That Kind of Stuff Doesn't Happen Here”: Addressing Gender-Based Violence on a (Predominately) Women's College Campus. Assistant Professor Kris Macomber with Juliette Grimmett from Chrysalis Network. 

To Protect and Serve: Public Perceptions about Gender and Policing. Professor Lori Brown and Kris Macomber

Ally, Bully or Bystander? The Role of Schools in Supporting Sexual Minority Youth. Associate Professor Amie Hess, with students Katie Sills and Melissa Jenkins.

Earlier this year, Brown, Hess, and Macomber presented at the North Carolina Criminal Justice Association Annual Meeting in Raleigh with Political Science faculty Whitney Ross Manzo and David McLennan on Perceptions about Public Safety and Women Police Officers in North Carolina, 2016.

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