Click here for an online copy of the report which was released in fall 2012.
The Justice Center mentions appear as follows:
TEACHING AND SCHOLARSHIP
pg 12 – “New Programs” – MINOR – Legal Studies
Pg 13 - “Top Undergraduate Degree Programs, FY2012” – Justice, BA 36 [graduates]
pg 19 – “2011-2013 UAA/APU Book of the Year – “UAA faculty Trish Jenkins, Nelta Edwards, Judith Owens-Manley, Sharon Chamard [Justice faculty], Cathy Sullivan, Ann Jache, Paolo (sic) Banchero, and Tracey Burke led discussions on eight specific topics related to the themes in David Shipler’s book The Working Poor: Invisible in America.”
pg 23 – André B. Rosay, Justice Center Director, has been awarded a Visiting Executive Research Fellowship with the National Institute of Justice (NIJ). The Visiting Fellows Program brings leading researchers into residency at NIJ in Washington D.C. to make important scholarly contributions in a specific area of criminal justice research....
INSTITUTES AND CENTERS
pg. 25 - The Justice Center publishes the quarterly Alaska Justice Forum which highlights the Center’s current research and projects. In addition, the Center publishes reports and research overviews. Reports published in 2011-2012 examined gangs, a survey of violent and property offenses in Alaska, and techniques for collecting snow impression evidence.
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT AND THE PUBLIC SQUARE
pg. 46 – Justice professor Marny Rivera’s research on underage drinking in Alaska, with the Volunteers of American Alaska’s Juvenile Alcohol Safety Action Program, was selected as a Merit Finalist for the 2011 Community Partnership Award from Mutual of America Foundation....
GRANT-FUNDED RESEARCH EXPENDITURES
pg. 76 – ANALYSIS OF RESULTS
The College of Health, third largest producer of grant-funded research expenditures, showed a 6.3% increase over FY11 to $1.8 million in FY12. Major contributors to this total are the Justice Center (45%), the Institute for Circumpolar Health (28%), and the Center for Human Development (12%).