“Learn to trust in what works for you”: Professor Lorana Bartels

There's no one-size-fits all way to be an academic or to build a career in criminal justice. For us, that's the beauty of criminology - it's an incredibly diverse space with countless opportunities for collaboration and life-long learning across disciplines and sectors. That's why we love showcasing the stories of the many amazing women in … Continue reading “Learn to trust in what works for you”: Professor Lorana Bartels

5 easy-to-follow tips for early career researchers

We are so excited to share these 5 fantastic tips for early career researchers from this week's guest blogger, Jessica Ritchie. Jessica is currently completing her PhD at the T.C. Beirne School of Law at The University of Queensland. Her research is focused on the exchange of DNA data across domestic and international borders to … Continue reading 5 easy-to-follow tips for early career researchers

5 tips on surviving and thriving in your Honours year

Undertaking Honours can be a scary but exciting roller-coaster ride for many of us. If you're thinking about Honours, or you're right in the thick of it, we think you'll love these 5 fantastic tips from Monique Moffa on how to survive and thrive in your Honours year. A bit about Monique Moffa Monique Moffa … Continue reading 5 tips on surviving and thriving in your Honours year

#PressforProgress on International Women’s Day 2018

  Today is International Women’s Day. Our dream is a criminology community where all women are empowered to communicate their research and share their ideas. For us, today is all about celebrating women in criminology and reflecting on the people who have helped us start The Crime Conversation that is needed to achieve our dream. … Continue reading #PressforProgress on International Women’s Day 2018