Currently, we are accepting donations for the following items:
RUTH D. PETERSON FELLOWSHIP FOR RACIAL AND ETHNIC DIVERSITY
This Fellowship is designed to encourage students of color, especially those from racial and ethnic groups underrepresented in the field, to enter the field of criminology and criminal justice, and to facilitate the completion of their degrees. More information about the award can be found here: http://www.asc41.com/awards/RuthPetersonFellowship.html
DIVISION OF BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL CRIMINOLOGY STUDENT AWARD FUND
The goal of the DBC Student Award Fund is to recognize and support the work of exceptional graduate students conducting work related to biopsychosocial criminology. To support DBC's effort in promoting and encouraging good scholarship among students, an anonymous donor is offering a $1,000 donation match to the DBC's student award fund if DBC members contribute $1,000+. This is how you can easily and directly contribute to the future of DBC and the field of biopsychosocial criminology - every donation helps, no matter how small! Tax-deductible donations can be made to the fund, which will be used to support the division’s new graduate student award. All donors will be acknowledged on the DBC website: https://www.bpscrim.org/awards. Donors may also pledge anonymous gifts.
DIVISION ON CRITICAL CRIMINOLOGY & SOCIAL JUSTICE ADVANCEMENT AND IMPROVEMENT FUND
Donations can be made to the DCC Advancement and Improvement Fund. The fund has been established to support projects that advance the mission of the DCC. The endowment will also be used to support activities dedicated to ensuring the Division of Critical Criminology & Social Justice can play a continuing role in promoting critical criminology. Under normal circumstances these tax-deductible donations will not be used for general operating expenses, but for travel and scholarship grants, as well as projects that are decided annually by the DCC Executive Committee.
DIVISION OF EXPERIMENTAL CRIMINOLOGY AWARDS AND MENTORING PROGRAM FUND
The goal of the DEC Awards and Mentoring Program Fund is to continue to provide individual award plaques to award recipients and cash awards for the student paper award, as well as support career development. Specifically, beginning in 2018, the DEC is launching a mentoring program in which young scholars and students can be matched with more advanced scholars to promote career development despite the location of the mentors’ home institution or organization in the hopes that this will encourage both international mentorship and mentorship for those who are at different institutions and/or organizations. Donations will support an annual mentoring event at ASC each year, and the first ten donors who contribute $150 or more will be invited to attend a special mentoring event/reception. However, every donation will be recognized (no matter how small) by an acknowledgment in our monthly newsletter, on our website (https://expcrim.org), and prior to the ASC annually (anonymous donations also accepted). Tax-deductible donations can be made to the fund, which will be used to support DEC’s mentoring/career development, and awards ceremony at ASC.
DIVISION OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMINOLOGY FUND
The DIC Fund is a source of funding to support programs and projects aimed at advancing the mission of the Division of International Criminology. Tax-deductible donations can be made to the fund, which will be used to support the division’s new graduate student award (Graduate Fellowship for Global Research), the Outstanding Book Award and the Freda Adler Distinguished Scholar Award. All donations will be acknowledged on the DIC website at http://www.internationalcriminology.com/donations. Donors may also pledge anonymous gifts.
DIVISION ON PEOPLE OF COLOR AND CRIME’S HELEN TAYLOR GREENE AND VERNETTA D. YOUNG GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP FOR THE STUDY OF RACE AND CRIME
This fellowship was established in 2018 to support the work of exceptional graduate students conducting work in the field of race and crime. The fellowship is named in honor of two longstanding members of the DPCC, Helen Taylor Greene and Vernetta D. Young. In addition to their outstanding scholarship, they have provided support and mentorship to many generations of graduate students. This award recognizes and continues their efforts. More information can be found https://www.ascdpcc.org.
DIVISION OF RURAL CRIMINOLOGY KICKSTARTER FUND
To bring more attention to issues of rural crime and criminal justice, the new Division of Rural Criminology has now launched. Kickstarter Funds are dedicated to operational expenses in early years, and the future development of student travel scholarships and other good causes. Recommended amounts are in multiples of the dues structure. For example, faculty who wish to contribute more than $15, dedicated to the Division of Rural Criminology, should consider $30, $45, $60 etc. Likewise, student can contribute in five dollar multiples. All contributions are tax deductible.
DIVISION ON TERRORISM & BIAS CRIMES GENERAL OPERATING BUDGET
Donations may be made in support of the DTBC's General Operating Budget. These tax-deductible donations support our expenses (such as refreshments, renting a microphone and other equipment, etc) incurred at the annual ASC meeting, plaques for the winners of the Division's awards, cash awards for the student paper awards given out by the Division, and other general operating expenses for the Division.
DIVISION OF VICTIMOLOGY GENERAL OPERATING BUDGET
Donations may be made in support of the DOV General Operating Budget. These tax-deductible donations go on to support the expenses incurred at the annual ASC meeting, awards given by the DOV, membership scholarships, low student membership fees, and other general operating expenses for the division.
DIVISION ON WOMEN AND CRIME FUTURE FUND
The Future Fund was established in 2012 to create a source of funding to support programs and projects aimed at advancing the mission of the Division on Women and Crime. Tax-deductible donations can be made to the fund, which will be used each year to support specific projects, as decided annually by the DWC Executive Board. Donations to the Future Fund may be (but are not required to be) made in honor of someone living or in memory of someone deceased. All donations will be acknowledged on the DWC website at http://ascdwc.com/honor-roll. Donors may also pledge anonymous gifts. Examples of projects or programs that might be funded include support for graduate students to travel to the ASC annual meeting, workshops or special sessions before/during the ASC meeting, small seed grants to help with the initiation of innovative research projects, etc.
DIVISION ON WOMEN AND CRIME GENERAL OPERATING BUDGET
In addition to the Future Fund, donations may also be made in support of the DWC General Operating Budget. These tax-deductible donations go to support the expenses incurred at the annual ASC meeting, cash awards given out by the division, and other general operating expenses for the division (exclusive of expenses for the journal Feminist Criminology).
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If you prefer to pay by check, please note on the check what your donation is for and mail to:
American Society of Criminology
1314 Kinnear Rd., Ste. 212
Columbus, OH 43212