The Larry J. Siegel Graduate Fellowship for the Study of Gender and Crime is awarded to Erin Cournoyer, a doctoral candidate at the University of Massachusetts, Boston. Her project is titled: “Finding the Path to Reentry Together: Staff and Resident Perspectives at a Women’s Halfway House.”
The Feminist Criminology Graduate Research Scholarship is awarded to Annie Rose Crowley, a doctoral candidate at the University of Glasgow. Her project is titled: “Protection for Whom?: Responding to ‘At Risk’ Young Women in Scotland.”
Congratulations to both of our recipients and thanks to the 58 applicants who submitted very high-quality proposals for the awards.
Thank you to the selection committee members for offering their time and talents to this process: Drs. Rosemary Barberet, Kim Cook, Vera Lopez, and Margaret Shaw.
Finally,thank you to those who make these awards possible: Larry J. Siegel, Terri Libby, and the Darald and Julie Libby Foundation; the Feminist Criminology editorial board; and the DWC executive board.