Northeastern Association of Criminal Justice Sciences Conference
June 12, 2009
Kelsey Kanoff, Justice Studies/Sociology '09, won first place in an undergraduate research paper competition sponsored by the Northeastern Association of Criminal Justice Sciences. NEACJS membership includes colleges and universities from northeastern states and Canadian provinces stretching as far south as the District of Columbia and as far north as Prince Edward Island. For more information, here is a link to the NEACJS website: http://www.neacjs.org/cms/about/
Kelsey presented her paper "Careers in Corrections: Perceptions from the Inside" at the Northeastern Association of Criminal Justice Sciences Conference at Roger Williams University on June 12, 2009. Her paper and presentation were the result of her honors thesis in Justice Studies, advised by Professor Jill Harrison, in which Kelsey interviewed correctional officers at the Adult Correctional Institutions of Rhode Island.