Friday, May 17, 2024

Christopher R. Dennison and Jessica Finkeldey

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Christopher Dennison is an assistant professor of sociology at the University at Buffalo, SUNY. His research focuses on the individual and spillover effects of criminal justice system contact as well as how college enrollment and completion relate to crime and well-being across the life course. Jessica Finkeldey is an Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice at SUNY Fredonia, teaching courses such as intro to criminal justice, intro to corrections, and criminology. Most broadly, her research examines the predictors of antisocial behavior and contact with the criminal justice system as well as the collateral consequences of contact with the justice system.

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