ISU alum’s book explores how prisons depicted in pop culture

Congratulations to Dawn K. Cecil ’93, M.A. ’95, on the publication of her first book, Prison Life in Popular Culture: From The Big House to Orange Is the New Black, which is an extensive examination of how prisons are depicted in the media and other aspects of popular culture.

CAST Hall of Fame inductees for 2015

Hall of Fame awards

The College of Applied Science and Technology Hall of Fame induction will be Friday, October 2, at the Marriott Hotel and Conference Center in Uptown Normal.

Clevenger explores The Virtual Enemy

image of a book cover for Shelly Clevenger's new book

Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Shelly Clevenger is taking an in-depth look at intimate partner violence and cybercrime in an upcoming book.

‘Seeing Israel Through Different Lenses’ April 14

photo of Michael Gizzi in Israel

Michael Gizzi, an associate professor in Criminal Justice Sciences, will present “Seeing Israel Through Different Lenses: Multiple Narratives and the Challenges for Conflict-resolution, Co-existence, and Peacemaking” at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 14, in Schroeder Hall, room 244.