At this year’s American Society of Criminology Conference, held in Atlanta, GA, November 20-23, the Division of Victimology recognized Carrie Cook, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice with the Faculty Teacher of the Year Award. “Dr. Cook is an outstanding faculty member and it is not surprising that this international organization acknowledged her work and her many contributions to our students. As a teacher-scholar, she exemplifies the ability to integrate research and educational activities” said Costas Spirou, Ph.D., Professor and Chair of the Department of Government and Sociology.
The mission of the Division of Victimology is to promote the professional growth and development of its members through scholarship, pedagogy, and practices associated with the field of Victimology. Dr. Cook was chosen because she possesses excellence in teaching victimology and/or victimology related courses.
Congratulations to Dr. Cook for her contributions to the field of victimology through her outstanding work in the classroom.