SPA Professors Lonnie Schaible and Mary Dodge provided some perspective in a recent Denverite article “Denver’s next police chief already works here,” on Chief White’s retirement and potential successor.
Lori Hughes, PhD, Associate Professor and Director of the Master in Criminal Justice (MCJ) Program at CU Denver School of Public Affairs was highlighted on her work with Professor James “Jim” Short, Jr in the article “At 94, WSU’s famed… Read More ›
Professor Mary Dodge was quoted in the February 25, 2018 Denver Post article “Should a Denver cop get a second change to stay in uniform after a DUI and failed alcohol tests?” Keeping him off patrol should help the department… Read More ›
Professor Rennison was interviewed by the Dow Jones Media Group’s Moneyish website, which launched earlier this year. In the interview, published Dec. 9, 2017, Rennison states: “I would like people to understand that sexual violence isn’t a woman’s issue; it… Read More ›
An interview with Professor Rennison was published on Dec. 2, 2017, in Broadly, a Vice website and digital video channel devoted to representing the multiplicity of women’s experiences. She was interviewed as part of a December series highlighting women who accomplished… Read More ›
Professor Rennison’s essay “I’m the professor who made Brock Turner the “textbook definition” of a rapist” was published in Vox’s “First Person” section on Nov. 17, 2017. “We all — men and women — must shine a bright light on… Read More ›
Professor Rennison was interviewed for the Oct. 30, 2017, episode of the podcast “Welcome to the Clambake.” In the course of the nearly hour-long interview, she talked about the Brock Turner/definition of rape episode, Title IX and equity, #MeToo, and… Read More ›