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Norris comments on ‘entrapment as a defense’ carried on NPR

Roger Coda

A recent news segment on National Public Radio’s “All Things Considered” that examined verdicts in the trial of four men charged with plotting to kidnap Gov. Gretchen Whitmer of Michigan in 2020 included commentary by Associate Professor of Criminal Justice Jesse Norris.

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Finkeldey, Mahoney named 2022 SUNY Online Teaching Ambassadors

Roger Coda

Associate Professor Kate Mahoney and Assistant Professor Jessica Finkeldey have been designated 2022 SUNY Online Teaching Ambassadors, an honor that recognizes exemplary online educators who are enthusiastic and effective in online teaching and who are positive and strong advocates for online teaching in SUNY.

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Ross named featured speaker for morning Commencement ceremony

Marketing and Communications staff

State University of New York at Fredonia alumna Trini Ross, the United States Attorney for the Western District of New York, will deliver the Commencement address at the 10 a.m. ceremony of the 195th Commencement exercises of SUNY Fredonia on Saturday, May 21 in Steele Hall.

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Aiello journal article examines police recruitment

Roger Coda

Department of Sociocultural and Justice Sciences Assistant Professor Michael Aiello wrote an article, “Procedural Justice and Demographic Diversity: A Quasi-Experimental Study of Police Recruitment,” published online on Sept. 26 by Police Quarterly.

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Faculty member receives sub-grant for student leadership program in addiction services

Marketing and Communications staff

The Chautauqua Addiction Services Leadership Development Program will recruit three cohorts of highly qualified SUNY Fredonia Social Work and Jamestown Community College Human Services and Addiction Counseling students to foster their interest and commitment to serving in the addiction services workforce in Chautauqua County.

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Sociologist has article published in professional journal

Roger Coda

Department of Sociocultural and Justice Sciences Assistant Professor Jessica Finkeldey co-authored, "Self-Reported Experiences and Consequences of Unfair Treatment by Police," an article forthcoming in the journal Criminology.

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Finkeldey research examines gambling disorder-criminal behavior association

Roger Coda

Department of Sociocultural and Justice Sciences Assistant Professor Jessica Finkeldey and two fellow researchers generated valuable insight into the association between problem gambling and criminal behavior that undermines a commonly held assumption – that gambling disorders can lead to criminal outcomes.

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