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.
Shannon Harper, assistant professor of sociology, published the study, “Testing the Systemic Model of Social Disorganization Theory in South Korean Neighborhoods: A Latent Class Growth Analysis Approach to Specifying Pathways to Homicide,” in the July 16, 2020, edition of Homicide Studies. Harper’s co-authors are Sujung Cho, Southern Illinois University, and Yung Hyeock Lee, Konkuk University. … Continue reading Shannon Harper is co-author of study published in Homicide Studies
Iowa State’s U.S. Latino/a Studies Program (USLS) has named Shannon Harper, assistant professor of sociology, as a featured faculty member on its website. Harper will also be teaching a new joint USLS and criminal justice course this fall, Latinas and Victimization: Examining Survival Strategies and Justice (CJST/USLS 360X).