Criminal justice assistant professor receives $20,000 research award

Congratulations to Kellie Lynch, assistant professor in the department of criminal justice, who recently received $20,000 under the Vice-President for Research Office’s Grants for Research Advancement and Transformation (GREAT) Program.

This award will support her project entitled “Threat Appraisal and Help Seeking in High-Risk Intimate Partner Violence Victims:  The Application of Protection Motivation Theory.”

Social Work Associate Professor and Chair Amy Chanmugam and Criminal Justice Assistant Professor Dylan Jackson collaborated with Lynch on her project.

To see the full list of awardees of the Vice President for Research (VPR) Seed Funding, click here: