Announcements in the Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice Studies


Ethics, Law, and Society Forum from the Center for Ethics, Law, and Society has several exciting events in the works. (free, in Stev. 1002, Tuesdays at Noon)

Sept. 22 John Sullins, SSU, Philosophy, "Finding a Path to Beneficial A.I."

Oct. 6 Jack Glaser, U.C. Berkeley, Goldman School of Public Policy, "Racial Bias in Policing: Psychological Causes and Policy Implication

Oct. 20 Caitrin Chappelle, Public Policy Institute of California,"California's Water Challenges and Solutions"

Oct. 27 Tania Lombrozo, U.C. Berkeley, Psychology, "The Significance of a Guilty Mind"

Nov. 3 Jeff Baldwin, SSU, Geography and Global Studies, "Food, Our Biosphere, and You"

Nov. 10 Corynne McSherry, Electronic Frontier Foundation, "Who Owns Your Stuff? Copyright, EULAs, and the Future of User Control"

Nov. 17 A Panel of Experts: The Future of the Legal Profession, featuring

Susan Hollander, K&L Gates
Judge Brad Seligman, Superior Court of Alameda County
Samorn Selim, Associate Director of Graduate Class Advising, UC Hastings Law School

CCJS Department Lecture Series

The CCJS lecture series (CCJS 399) is not happening in Fall of 2015 for the first time in decades. When offered, this course complements the academic training provided by the department. It is an excellent way to learn about the applied side of the disclipline of criminology and criminal justice studies and learn about internship openings. The class was originally created by CCJS students in the early days of the department who wanted to learn more about real world application. Their Facebook page is at

Job Announcements
Studies of Interest
  • Salaries of Protective Service Workers, for those in CCJS interested in those types of jobs. For the many other jobs in CCJS see below or elsewhere.Link here.
  • PEW Labor Study, February 2012 Young, Underemployed and Optimistic: Coming of Age, Slowly, in a Tough Economy. A recent study of the employment situation, which compares what it was and is like for parents and young adults, respectively. Download
  • The Value of College Degrees What is the value of a college degree? Here's a statistical answer from Georgetown University Take this link now and take the link to Social Sciences, then look under "Criminology."
  • Occupational Employment Statistics

    Conduct your own search of different occupations and locations: click here.

For more discussion of contemporary issues see the Pacific Crime Blog or the Redwood Highway via the link to "Criminal Justice Resources" on the left.