John Jay Research Annual Report 2016-17

John Jay Research Annual Report 2016-17

John Jay Research Annual Report 2016-17

Faculty and affiliated centers at John Jay College of Criminal Justice registered an impressive 2016-17 academic year, posting significant figures in external funding ($20.3m) and breaking records for the fourth year in a row in scholarly productivity (up 11% to 2.1 works per faculty). The Office for the Advancement of Research set a fifth year of record-breaking internal funding distributions through our competitive grant-making programs (up 6% to $248k). In addition, the Office is proud to announce the official incorporation of the new Office of Student Research, a new category of data and profiles represented on pages 8-9 of the report. View of the 2016-17 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, students and affiliated researchers who contributed to the year’s achievements. Congratulations to the scholars for continuing to make research and academic discourse a vital part of John Jay College’s mission of ‘Educating for Justice.’