Recent Ph.D. Graduates
Candice Ammons-Blanfort graduated with her PhD in International Crime and Justice from FIU in 2019. She currently is a visiting instructor at Florida International University. Her research interests include juvenile justice, gun crime, policing, and racial disparities in the justice system.
Robert J.L. Archer
Robert Archer graduated with his PhD in International Crime and Justice from FIU in 2019. He currently is an assistant professor of social sciences at Nicholls State University. His research interests include the behavioral consequences of victimization and the role of situational opportunity in explaining delinquency and substance use.
Peculiar Miracle Awa
Peculiar Miracle Awa graduated with her PhD in International Crime and Justice from FIU in 2019. She is also a Nigerian trained Attorney. Starting in 2020, Peculiar will be an assistant professor at the University of Central Missouri. Her research interests include terrorism and gender issues.