April Round Up: The Best of John Jay on the Internet

“It’s a scholarship that is going to make Abby live forever in the real lives of these young people that find out about this,” Pauley Parrette says, on the creation of a John Jay scholarship for women in science. People

Michael J. Pfeifer discusses the history of Native American lynchings in a piece for VOA news.

Catalina Cruz, alum of John Jay and first DREAMer to run for office in New York, enters the bid for a State Assembly seat in Queens, according to Qns.com.

Jon Shane comments on NYPD disciplinary records for CBS New York.

Gloria Browne-Marshall delivered the keynote at the New York Coalition of One Hundred Black Women’s annual Role Model Program, according to Black Enterprise.

David Kennedy on the need for communities to have trust in the police, for Vox.

Diego Redondo sheds light on what to do if there’s an active shooter in the workplace for CNBC.

Randall LaSalle comments on a scandal involving General Electric’s auditor for Hartford Business.

Jeremy Travis is quoted in an announcement from The Laura and John Arnold Foundation on the expansion of research on pretrial assessments. US News.

Gregory Parks, who graduated from John Jay with a master’s degree in Forensic Psychology, is now appointed to the Supreme Court Bar, according to Hampton News.

Louis Schlesinger is consulted on a story about a genealogy company that shared genetic data with law enforcement for Waseca County News.

Jeffrey Butts weighs in on an incident of violence involving a juvenile detention guard and a fourteen-year-old boy for Miami Herald.

Phillip Atiba Goff is quoted in an op-ed on racial disparities in school discipline for Education Week.

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