Dean Rod K. Brunson has been named Fellow of the American Society of Criminology.
The title of “Fellow” is given to those members of the Society in good standing who have achieved distinction in criminology. The honorary title “Fellow” recognizes persons who have made a scholarly contribution to the intellectual life of the discipline, whether in the form of a singular, major piece of scholarship or cumulative scholarly contributions. Longevity alone is not sufficient. In addition, a Fellow must have made a significant contribution to the field through the career development of other criminologists and/or through organizational activities within the ASC.
Dean Brunson has made many important scholarly contributions to criminology, to other disciplines, and to our School. He certainly deserves this high honor. Congratulations, Dean Brunson!