Our Students - Profiles

Hannah S. Laqueur

Year: Advanced to Candidacy (ABD) - JSP

Email: hlaqueur@berkeley.edu

Education:

Columbia University, Master of Public Policy & Administration, Social Policy concentration, May 2007
New York University, Gallatin School for Individualized Studies
Bachelor of Arts, in Politics and Cultural History, Summa Cum Laude, May 2003

Concentrations:

Criminal Justice Policy, Law & Economics
Policing, Drug Policy, Sentencing, Criminal Behavior & Peer Influence

Academic Experiences:

Graduate Student Instructor, Juvenile Justice and Juvenile Delinquency (Fall 2011-Fall 2012)
Graduate Student Instructor, Punishment, Culture, and Society (Spring 2012- Spring 2013)
Graduate Student Instructor, Introductory Statistics (Fall 2013)
Warren Institute (Berkeley Center for Criminal Justice) (Summer 2011)
Research Assistant, Professor Franklin Zimring (2010-2011)
Research Assiatnat, Professor Jonathan Simon (2011-2012)

Employment Experiences:

Policy Analyst at the Office Of The Mayor, Office Of The Criminal Justice Coordinator, New York, NY, Researcher (2008-2010)
Researcher at the Vera Institute of Justice (2007)
Guggenheim fellow at the Correctional Association of New York (Summer 2006)
Americorps volunteer, Alternatives to Incarceration program, New Jersey Office Of The Public Defender, Newark (2004-2005)