Each year, the Division of Victimology (DOV) presents awards for outstanding performance and service in the field of victimology. The awards are presented during the annual meeting at the American Society of Criminology Conference.
“I am so honored to win the Bonnie Fisher Victimology Career Achievement Award,” says Dr. Emily Wright. “I have always followed the past winners’ work and admired their contributions to the field. This award acknowledges that their work has “moved the dial” on research on victimology, and I am incredibly honored that my peers feel that my work has made a similar impact on our understanding and response to victimization. This is by far one of the biggest achievements in my career thus far!”
“We are so pleased to learn that Dr. Emily Wright was selected for this prestigious award,” shares Dr. Gaylene Armstrong, Director of the UNO School of Criminology and Criminal Justice. “Not only does Emily excel as a researcher, she works very closely with her graduate students to ensure they are a significant part of her research efforts. We are very fortunate to have her on our team.”
The mission of the Division of Victimology is to promote the professional growth and development of its members through scholarship, pedagogy, and practices associated with the field of Victimology. The Division of Victimology strives to ensure that its members will 1) contribute to the evolution of the Victimology discipline by supporting and disseminating cutting edge research, 2) develop and share pedagogical resources, 3) support professional enhancement workshops and activities, 4) embrace the development of evidence-informed programs and services, 5) advance victims’ rights, and 6) encourage the advancement of the intersection of scholarship and practices.
About the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice
The School of Criminology and Criminal Justice is a nationally recognized leader in the scientific study of the causes of crime and criminal justice system responses. Faculty are subject matter experts in youth and adult victimization, correctional excellence, policing, and global terrorism among other critical areas of criminal justice.
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