This is the official publication of the Corrections Section of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Bouffard will serve as the associate editor from January 2024 through December 2026, and then will serve as the editor from January 2027 through December 2029.
Andy Hochstetler, professor in the Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice, was an invited speaker at the International Association of Chiefs of Police on Oct. 14, 2023, in San Diego. His presentation was titled, “New Methods for Disrupting Opioid Distribution Networks.”
Mid-South Sociological Association Critical Theory Mini-Conference Graduate Student Participants from ISU Sociology: Stephanie Gibb-Clark, presented her research paper, “Against State Power? Anarcho- and Posthuman-Feminist Insights on Deleuze and Guattari’s War Machine and Desiring Production,” at the Mid-South Sociological Association Critical Theory Mini-Conference (online), October 14. Joe Hollis presented his research paper, “I asked for Casserole … Continue reading Dan Krier co-organized a Critical Theory Mini-Conference
J. Arbuckle, professor in the Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice, is co-principal investigator of a USDA-NIFA grant titled, “Integrated Midwest Partnerships for Actionable Climate Tools and Training (IMPACT2): Supporting System Transformation on Working Lands.”
David Peters, professor in the Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice, was an invited speaker at the 2023 Iowa Ideas Conference. Peters talk was titled, ““A Closer Look at the Rural-Urban Divide in Iowa.”