Stephen Holmes Interviewed by USA Today
Stephen Holmes, associate professor of criminal justice at UCF, was recently interviewed and featured in an article in USA Today about “Unconcluded,” the latest podcast in a series of true-crime podcasts that explores old, unsolved cases, including the case of Jennifer Kesse, who vanished from her Orlando condo 11 years ago. Read the full USA Today story here.
Pulse: Hate Crime or Terrorist Attack?
Criminal justice Professor Roberto Potter and Associate Lecturer Mark Winton are among the national experts interviewed by writer Jacobs Ogles for his article, Pulse: Hate Crime or Terrorist Attack?, published June 9, 2017, in The Advocate.
UCF Alumnus Featured In Article About Kidney Transplants
Oviedo police officer Bobby Draughon, a 2011 graduate of UCF’s criminal justice program, was recently featured in an article about kidney transplants in the May/June edition of Oviedo Winter Springs Life magazine. Read the story here.
Lt. Debra Clayton Honored For Heroic Service
Lt. Debra Clayton was honored posthumously during UCF’s Public Service Recognition Week event May 9. Clayton received her undergraduate degree in public administration in 1998 and her master’s degree in criminal justice 2002 from UCF. She was killed in the line of duty during an attempted apprehension of a wanted homicide suspect Jan. 9 in Orlando.
Kristina Childs Fisher honored during Women’s History Month
Assistant Professor Kristina Childs Fisher is among the 31 women faculty members at UCF to be honored during Women’s History Month by the Center for Success of Women Faculty. Learn more
Congratulations to Associate Lecturer Mark Winton
Congratulations to Associate Lecturer Mark Winton on his appointment to the Editorial Board of Forensic Research and Criminology International Journal.