DirectorFerrandino

Office: Bishop Hall 506
Phone: (231) 591-5013
Email: [email protected]

Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm

Education:
University of Central Florida, Ph.D
University of Central Florida, M.S.
University of South Florida, B.A.

Experience:
Associate Professor of Criminal Justice, Indiana University
Assistant Professor in Criminal Justice, Northwestern State University

Research
Ferrandino, Joseph (2017). Endemic, Outbreak or Epidemic? Geographies of Affliction, Exposure and Homicide Immunity in Chicago. Journal of Crime and Justice.
Ferrandino, Joseph (2017). The Effectiveness and Equity of NYPD Stop and Frisk Policy, 2003-2014. Journal of Crime and Justice.
Ferrandino, Joseph (2016). Student Achievement in Undergraduate Statistics: The Potential Value of Encouraging Failure. Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. 16(6), 1-18.
Ferrandino, Joseph (2015). Hobbes in Hollywood: Crime and Its Outcomes in the Natural State. Journal of the Indiana Academy of the Social Sciences. 18, 59-76.
Ferrandino, Joseph. (2015). Minority Threat Hypothesis and NYPD Stop and Frisk Policy. Criminal Justice Review. 40(2), 209-229. *Recipient of the 2015 James L. Maddex, Jr. Award for Best Article of the Year.
Ferrandino, Joseph (2015). Using GIS to Apply Learning throughout the Undergraduate Criminal Justice Education. Journal of Criminal Justice Education. 26(1), 74-93.
Ferrandino, Joseph (2014). the Influence of New Governance Philosophy on Correctional Management and Policy: The Indiana Example. Journal of the Indiana Academy of the Social Sciences.