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JISUN CHOI

jchoi@jjay.cuny.edu • (267) 467-3097

Criminal Justice Ph.D. Program

Department of Criminal Justice

John Jay College of Criminal Justice

The City University of New York, Graduate Center

 

EDUCATION

John Jay College of Criminal Justice / The Graduate Center, City University of New York

New York, NY / 2012.08-Expected 2015.05

Ph.D Candiate  in Criminal Justice

Dissertation: New Direction of Integration Social Disorganization and Routine Activities/Lifestyle Theories: Multilevel Mediation Analysis with Geographical Trend of Korean Crime Victimization Survey 2008-2012

Enhanced Chancellors’ Fellowship Fall 2012-Spring 2017

 

University of Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, PA / 2011.09-2012.05

M.S. in Criminology

Dissertation: Testing Social Disorganization Theory with Assessing the Geography of Crime in Washington D.C.

Honors Scholarship Fall 2011/Spring 2012

 

Kangwon National University

Chuncheon, S.Korea

B.A.in Sociology / 2008.03-2011.02

Dissertation: Applications of Life-Course Theory with Korean Serial Killers

B.S.inEnergy Resource Engineering / 2004.03-2011.02

Dissertation: Actual Field Data Geo Tomography Analysis

Honors Scholarship Fall 2004/Fall 2005/Spring 2006

 

RESEARCH AND TEACHING INTERESTS

– Victims and Prevention

– Comparative Research

– Quantitative Method

– GIS Mapping

*List of on-going research available upon request

 

SKILLS

Computer Skills

  • Basic: Excel, Word, Power Point, Access
  • Statistics: SPSS, SAS, Stata, R
  • Mapping: ArcGIS, MapInfo
  • Design: Adobe Photoshop
  • Content Analysis: ATLAS.ti, Leximancer

Language Skills: Korean (native), English (fluent)

 

References available upon request

 Edited on October 2014

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