Bates College Department of Sociology Annual Sawyer F. Sylvester Award for Outstanding Crime and Law Paper.
|Mary Corcoran ’21||Variation in School Resource Officer Roles: Does Racial Composition of the Student Body Impact SRO role?|
|Madeline Clark ’20||Power and Privilege: How Marginalization Impacts the Attainment of Prosocial Identities|
|Abigail Nolan ’19||“‘Without Education in a Place That is So Literally Boxes In, It’s Easy to Simply Stagnate:’ Student-Inmate Attitudes Towards College Education in a Maine Prison”|
|Louisa Woodhouse ’19||“Mental Illness and Mass Shootings: The Development of Media Framing and Discussion”|
|Lisa Slivken ’18||“Experiences of Residential Rehabilitation among Female Drug Offenders and Sex Workers: A Qualitative Analysis”|
|Emma Bilodeau ’16||“Brown v. Board of Education Today: Failed Promises in a Re-Segredated America”|
|Ali Rabideau ’17||“Building Relationships, Building Trust: Crime Patterns and Police Responses in Communities Welcoming Refugees”|