Research and scholarship from the faculty and affiliated centers of John Jay College of Criminal Justice continued to grow by leaps and bounds over the 2015-16 academic year, breaking records in scholarly productivity (up 27% to 1.9 works per faculty), external funding (up 9% to $25.4m), and internal funding (up 32% to $249k) all of which were set only the prior year (2014-15). Please click through (on the cover or the text above) to get a preview of the 2015-16 John Jay Research Annual Report, featuring in-depth statistics on everything from grant and contract funding to public scholarship, along with profiles of many of the faculty and affiliated researchers who contributed to the year’s achievements. We congratulate our scholars for continuing to make research and academic discourse a vital part of John Jay College’s mission of ‘Educating for Justice.’
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like a hard copy of the report, which will be distributed beginning the week of 17 October, 2016.
John Jay Research Over Time
John Jay's faculty and staff researchers have experienced tremendous growth over the past five years from an increase in per capita scholarship and social media engagement to an increase in both internal and external funding awards.
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