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New Book by Asher Flynn Featured in The Age

New Book by Asher Flynn Featured in The Age

Monash Criminology’s Dr Asher Flynn’s latest book, Plea Negotiations: Pragmatic Justice in an Imperfect World (2018, Palgrave MacMillan), co-authored with Monash Law Emeritus Professor Arie Freiberg, was featured in an article written

7 September, 2018
Dr Asher Flynn Named the 2018 Winner of the Capstone Editing Carer’s Travel Grant for Academic Women

Dr Asher Flynn Named the 2018 Winner of the Capstone Editing Carer’s Travel Grant for Academic Women

We are very pleased to announce that Monash Criminology’s Dr Asher Flynn has been named the 2018 Winner of the Capstone Editing Carer’s Travel Grant for Academic Women.

7 September, 2018
Helping Facebook Prevent and Combat Image-Based Abuse

Helping Facebook Prevent and Combat Image-Based Abuse

Monash Criminology’s Dr Asher Flynn has recently returned from an invite-only meeting held at Facebook Headquarters in California, where Dr Flynn presented her ground-breaking, world-first research on image-based abuse to Facebook’s

29 August, 2018
Monash Arts Myanmar Study Tour: Crime and Criminal Justice in Asia

Monash Arts Myanmar Study Tour: Crime and Criminal Justice in Asia

A new study tour, Crime and Criminal Justice in Asia, initiated by Criminology 7 August, 2018

New PhD scholarship opportunities available for Criminology students

New PhD scholarship opportunities available for Criminology students

Two PhD opportunities, including a scholarship, in Criminology are now available for interested students to apply for.

18 July, 2018
Launch of Myanmar Cyber Security Awareness Campaign

Launch of Myanmar Cyber Security Awareness Campaign

Monash Criminology lecturer Dr Lennon Chang and cyber security expert Mr Ye Thura

2 July, 2018
Re-evaluating the law: former criminology student wants to enact change

Re-evaluating the law: former criminology student wants to enact change

Entering San Quentin, the largest male death row prison in the United States is a definite highlight for any criminology student.  For former criminology student and now Juris Doctor student Pamoda Rupasinghe walking into San Quentin

18 April, 2018
Studying criminology ‘opens multiple doors’ and offers valuable experiences to students

Studying criminology ‘opens multiple doors’ and offers valuable experiences to students

Honours student Anne Marie Ionescu always had an interest in criminology. But while most may think that forensics and law may be a big part of it, she also found that critical to the study of criminology was an understanding of the political and

15 March, 2018