Externally funded work research projects initiated by
faculty on or after
Faculty's new work ranged over a wide array of
topics such as evaluation of drug treatment for offenders, matching
juvenile delinquents to appropriate programs, community prosecution, and
potential racial under-representation on juries. Funders included national,
state, and local agencies.
Looking at the same time period, four projects totaling
$1,190,403 were initiated by the Criminal Justice Training Programs, under the
leadership of Jon Clark. This program creates standards and writes curricula for
occupations within law enforcement, trains law enforcement personnel within the
Total research and training projects amounted to 20 different projects
totaling $5,037,850. Sixteen of these 20 projects (80%), and
$3,847,447 or 76% of the funding, was for externally funded research.
The link below takes you to a list of research projects starting after
Externally funded faculty projects
 These totals exclude a project "Mental illness and substance use
disorders: Behavioral treatments" on which faculty member George Rengert is
a co-investigator. This project is run through the medical school.
 During this period Jim Fyfe was on leave; although Jerry Ratcliffe was here as a faculty member he was on a Dean's Appointment line during the period.