Undergraduate Student Paper Award

Undergraduate Student Paper Award

The Undergraduate Student Paper Award recognizes and honors outstanding theoretical or empirical critical criminological scholarship by an undergraduate student.

2017

  • no award

2016

  • no award

2015

  • Maya Weinstein,George Washington University

2014

  • Valerie King, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

2013

  • Adrienne L. McCarthy, Willamette University

2012

  • no award

2011

  • Leigh Dickey, University of Tennessee

2010

  • Janet Garcia, Hunter College, City University of New York

2009

  • Lakelen Gould, University Ontario Institute of Technology

2008

  • Holly Pelvin, University of Toronto

2007

  • Carrie George, Northeastern Illinois University
  • Holly Pelvin, University of Ontario Institute of Technology

2006

  • no award

2005

  • no award

2004

  • Christina Parlapiano, University of Scranton

2003

  • no award

2002

  • Danielle M. Fagen, University of St. Thomas

2001

  • no award

2000

  • Mariestella Fischer Velez, Fordham University (First Place)
    “Prisoners of Politics: A Case Study of Puerto Rican Nationalists and the Role of Politics in American Justice”
  • Jennifer Burzych, Northeastern Illinois University (Second Place)
    “Uncovering the Dangerous Truths of Public Surveillance”

1999

  • Jeanette Hussemann, Southern Illinois at Edwardsville (First Place)
    “The Struggle for Power: Women in Policing”
  • Colby Dolly, Southern Illinois at Edwardsville (Second Place)
    “A Sociological Examination of Police Brutality”
  • Michael Peters, Northern Illinois University (Third Place)
    “A Divided Society: Marx and Conflict Theory”

1998

  • no award

1997

  • no award

1996

  • Allison Forker, Northeastern Illinois University
    “Chaos and Modeling Crime: Quinney’s Class, State and Crime”