Sellin-Wolfgang Research Prize
This prize is given at graduation in recognition of the best senior thesis submitted by a criminology major each year.
To be considered for the prize, submissions must to received by the thesis adviser and the department by Friday, April 1, 2016.
2014 Emily Anne Leven - Transit police in the neighborhood: The effects of a SEPTA police initiative on crime
2013 Olivia Choy - Heart Rate as a Mediator of the Social Adversity-Antisocial Behavior Relationship
2012 Corey Conyers - An investigation into the Crime Reduction Effects of CCTV Cameras in Lancaster, PA
2011 Zach Sommers – The Effects of Demographic Factors on Sentencing and Probation Outcomes
2010 Jill Portnoy – The Second to Fourth Digit Ratio (2D:4D) and its Relation to Crime, Aggression and Pychopathic Personality