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Elsa Chen

In her role as Vice Provost for Academic Affairs, Dr. Chen is responsible for overseeing the areas of Faculty Affairs, Research, Undergraduate Studies, Faculty Development, Global Engagement, Diversity and Inclusion, and Teaching Innovation, as well as assisting me in supporting the deans and enacting academic policies. The Vice Provost also oversees the Hub Writing Center... Learn More


Anthony A. Peguero

Anthony A. Peguero is an Associate Professor of Sociology and research affiliate of the Center for Peace Studies and Violence Prevention and Director of the Laboratory for the Study of Youth Inequality and Justice at Virginia Tech. His research interests involve youth violence, socialization and marginalization, schools, and the adaptation of the children immigrants. He serves... Learn More


Andres F. Rengifo

Andres F. Rengifo, Ph.D is an Associate Professor in the School of Criminal Justice, Rutgers University – Newark. His research explores how crime and crime control are shaped by social factors and institutions, and how the “practice” of justice, social control, and punishment amplify some forms of inequality and create new systems of stratification. His... Learn More


Angela Taylor

Dr. Taylor received her M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in criminal justice from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.  Her research areas are violence, drugs-crime linkages, drug use measurement, and health disparities and crime. Prior to coming to FSU, Dr. Taylor was a project director at the National Development Research Institutes, Inc., where she participated... Learn More


Patricia Y. Warren

Patricia Y. Warren, Associate Professor, completed her Ph.D. in 2005 from North Carolina State University in Sociology. Professor Warren’s first area of research focuses on race/ethnicity as an organizing principle that structures the way individuals are treated across varied criminal justice outcomes. Her next area of research explores contextual characteristics and how they condition judicial... Learn More