Kristina Donathan, a senior majoring in Criminal Justice, has been selected to present her research on April 24, at the annual “Posters on the Hill” event sponsored by the Council of Undergraduate Research (CUR). This year CUR received 850 applications for its 74 awarded slots. Donathan’s research, funded by the Leadership Alliance and Chaminade, was done at Yale during the summer of 2011. Her research mentor was assistant professor of Psychology at Yale, Julia Kim-Cohen, PhD. Donathan’s presentation “Public Perception on Punishment of Juveniles with Different Underlying Factors to the Commitment of the Crime” shares co-authorship with Kim-Cohen and Christopher Wildeman, PhD, assistant professor of Sociology at Yale University. Donathan’s Chaminade mentor and advisor is Janet Davidson, PhD, assistant professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice. Donathan is a St. Andrew’s Priory alumna as well as has played on the Silverswords women’s volleyball team.
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