The School of Criminology and Criminal Justice celebrated a year of growth when students graduated last week.
Dr Anna Macklin, Dr Julianne Webster and Dr Kenneth Wooden graduated with almost 200 criminology undergraduate and postgraduate students at the Brisbane Convention Centre, South bank.
“It has been a very busy, yet vibrant, year in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice and we take great pleasure in celebrating the successes of our undergraduate and graduate students,” said Deputy Head of School Dr Kate Smith.
“We wish those who have graduated every success in their future careers.”
“We are especially proud of our PhD graduates, whose cutting-edge work is highly germane to policy debates around crime and justice in Australia. I would imagine that the work of all three will make an important contribution to knowledge in the field,” she said.
Doctoral research included
– Negotiated Authority: The Socialisation of Correctional Officers and the Shaping of Ethical Attitudes by Dr Anna Macklin
– Innovative Police Responses to Drug Problems: Exploring a Third-Party Policing Partnership between Police and Community Pharmacy by Dr Julianne Webster
– Have Community Policing Initiatives Changed Police Perceptions of Accountability in Macquarie Fields and Have They Led to Better Police-Community Relations? by Dr Kenneth Wooden
Honours students from the Master and Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice included Robyn Blewer, Willow Bryant, Andy Chan, Alana Cook, Jesse Fielder, Kelly Hine, Tracey Meehan, Sophie Mobbs, Emily Moir, Helen Punter, and Lucy Schyf.
To see more photos from the event visit the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice Facebook page.