A podcast, hosted by Jose Sanchez and Jennifer Tostlebe, two doctoral candidates at CU Boulder, where we talk about research in the field of criminology with field experts, our own work, and life as grad students. We will be releasing episodes every 2 weeks. Twitter --＞ Jose @jsanchez318 and Jenn @jenntostlebe. For those listening on Apple Podcast, subscribe, rate and review! Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram: @thecrimacademy, visit our website www.thecriminologyacademy.com
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For this episode we don't have a guest. We just spend time talking about the timeline of the academic job market, some initial interviews dos and don'ts, and then we get into our experiences doing campus visit interviews. They are exhausting but crit... more
This week we spoke with Jennifer O'Neill who is a professor in the Department of Criminal Justice at Indiana University. We talk about symbolic interactionism, role identities, and delinquency.
It’s good to see that someone is taking the time out of their busy day to bring light a big issue not only in this country but around the world. Most males won’t come forward with it because of the macho man mentality and some females are afraid of any repercussion.
I listen to this podcast every morning on my way to work, totally love it ! Jose and Jenn have such a great dynamic! ☺️
I’ve been listening to this podcast for the better part of the last year. In that time, I’ve learned so much about the broader field of criminal justice and criminology. You can tell Jenn and Jose have put so much work into this and it’s a joy hearing them interact with guests. As I embark on my own academic career, this will continue to be a fantastic resource for me and the students I engage with. Y’all are amazing!
I’ve taught on a university level for 14 years including teaching graduate classes. This will serve as an excellent resource for graduate students looking to make the jump to PhD programs and also undergrads seeking to understand theory and research. Great work!
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