Tractor in a farm field
Three ways AI can help farmers tackle the challenges of modern agriculture

Joe Hollis, a Ph.D. student in rural sociology and sustainable agriculture, contends that AI can be useful in many fields, even those managed and nurtured by farmers. Read More

A student listens to an explanation about eyewitness identification.
LAS students focus on fall research

Jillian Seweryn (’23 criminal justice) was one of 13 students who earned an LAS Dean's High Impact Award for Undergraduate Research for fall semester. Seweryn was mentored by Shannon Harper, assistant professor in the Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice. Read More

Shannon Monnat
Beal Lecture focuses on the health of America’s rural population

Population health expert Shannon Monnat discussed why rural mortality rates are increasing at the 2023 Beal Distinguished Lectureship in Rural Sociology on Oct. 30. Read More

Jeff Bouffard selected to be the Associate Editor of the journal “Corrections: Policy, Practice and Research” published by Routledge/Taylor and Francis.

This is the official publication of the Corrections Section of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Dr. Bouffard will serve as the Associate Editor from… Read More

Andy Hochstetler—New Methods for Disrupting Opioid Distribution Networks

This was an invited speaker presentation to the International Association of Chiefs of Police, October 14, San Diego. For the Department of Justice. Read More