Dr. Lisa Carter Received Two Outstanding Awards
Dr. Lisa Carter her Master of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from EKU in 2005. She is currently the Chair and Associate Professor of Criminology at Florida Southern College. Dr. Carter recently received two distinguished awards from the American Society of Criminology: the 2019 Teaching Award and the 2020 Sarah Hall Award for Service Contributions.
The Teaching Award recognizes contributions that have made a significant impact on the teaching of critical criminology at the local, state, regional, national, or international level. These contributions may include:
- exemplary classroom teaching and/or student engagement activities
- leadership and innovation in teaching developments such as the preparation of teaching and curriculum-related materials and publications
- contributions to the scholarship on teaching and learning
- contributions to the enhancement of teaching within state, regional or national associations
The Sarah Hall Award for Service Contributions recognizes outstanding service contributions to the Division on Women and Crime of the American Society of Criminology and to professional interests regarding feminist criminology. Service may include mentoring, serving as an officer of the Division on Women and Crime, committee work for the ASC, DWC, or other related group, and/or serving as editor or editorial board member of journals and books or book series devoted to research on women and crime. The award is named after Sarah Hall, administrator of the American Society of Criminology for over 30 years, whose tireless service helped countless students and scholars in their careers.
Congratulations, Dr. Carter!
Published on September 04, 2020