The Office for the Advancement of Research
7th Annual John Jay College/ Guggenheim Symposium on Crime in America - Feb 6&7
Stephen Handelman, Center on Media, Crime and Justice, Conference Chair
Siglo XXI Conference - February 23-25
Lisandro Perez, Conference Chair
Issues of Immigration in Criminal Justice Conference - March 22
Dan Stageman/Shirley Leyro, Conference Co-Chairs
Whistleblower Event - April 3
Latina Researchers Conference - April 28
Silvia Mazzula, Conference Chair
John Jay International Conference - June 6-9
Josh Freilich/Michele Galietta, Conference Co-Chairs
NYC Department of Probation Professional Development Series - June 21
Ann Jacobs/ PRI, Organizer
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Office for the Advancement of Research
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
899 10th Avenue, Suite 632A
New York, NY 10019
The Office for the Advancement of Research (OAR) encourages, shepherds and supports scholarly activity at the College. Headed by Dr. Karen Terry, Associate Provost and Dean of Research (Interim), OAR works with faculty on many aspects of research, grant seeking and scholarship.
OAR includes the Office of Sponsored Programs, Institutional Review Board, and John Jay College Centers and Institutes. The Office of Sponsored programs assists faculty and staff in securing external public and private funding for research, training, curriculum and program development, and they can provide faculty with a wide array of resources on grant-seeking. The Institutional Review Board is available to assist researchers with all aspects of procuring IRB approval for projects. Recent faculty grants are highlighted here.
Each semester OAR holds several workshops to support faculty scholarship. Examples of past workshop topics have included publishing in the social sciences, publishing in the humanities, and writing grants for NIH SCORE funding. In addition, OAR sponsors and facilitates scholarly events as well as organizing and underwriting academic lectures.
OAR rewards and supports faculty research and scholarship through several awards given out annually: the Faculty Scholarly Excellence Reward Program; The Collaborative Research Award Program; the Faculty Mid-Career Research Support Program; and the Donal EJ MacNamara Junior Faculty Award.
All faculty are encouraged to stop by OAR located in Haaren Hall, Room 632, or email our office with any questions regarding how we can be of assistance.