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Mon, Jan 23, 2017 at noon:
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PSC trainee Douglas-Siegel awarded NIJ research fellowship

PSC Honors Archive, 2012

10/03/2012

Jonah Douglas-Siegel has been awarded a 2012 National Institute of Justice Graduate Research Fellowship for his project examining how parolees' neighborhoods and counties of residence are associated with violations and sanctions -- their frequency, severity, and consequences. Jonah's dissertation chair is Jeff Morenoff.

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