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CCJ Graduate Student Committee

Who we are:

We are a group of graduate students in ASU’s Graduate Criminology and Criminal Justice program committed to CCJ graduate student advocacy, inclusion, and diversity.

Our mission:

The Graduate Student Committee seeks to enhance the ASU CCJ graduate experience through academic enrichment and professional development, cultural and social enrichment, and departmental communication.

What we are working on: 

Diverse Perspectives on Justice Speaker Series

Zoom study hours

Student-faculty meet and greet

GSC Newsletter (January, 2021)

GSC Newsletter (October, 2021)

Our members:

Stephanie Morse (co-chair), Suzanne St. George (co-chair), Michaela Flippin, Jason Walker, Jessica Rosenthal, Katharine Brown, Kayla Freemon, Skyler Morgan, Kayleigh Stanek, Juan Carlos Ghiorzo, Kelsey Tom, Gabriel Alvarez, Morgan Frittingham, Justin Richardson, Madison Sutton 

How to get involved: 

Do you have ideas to improve student culture? Do you want to plan a student-faculty social? Do you want to advocate for your fellow students? Or do you just want a front row seat in a student organization? Then join us!!

Any CCJ graduate student can join including 4+1, Master's, and PhD students. You do not have to join the committee to participate in committee-run events. 


Email Kelsey Tom at or Margaret Wood at