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Emma Fridel Receives 2019 Outstanding Graduate Student Award in Research

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Criminal Justice doctoral student Emma Fridel received the 2019 Outstanding Graduate Student Award in Research, presented annually by the Graduate and Student Government (GSG) and the Office of the Provost.

Awards are presented in the following categories: research, community service, experiential learning, and teaching. Fridel received the award in research for her work on lethal violence, specifically homicide (including mass murder, serial murder, and homicide-suicide). Fridel has previously published in journals like Criminology and Social Forces. The awards were established to honor individuals who, by their contributions to their field and the community, have brought recognition to themselves and the University. Read the full story on Northeastern News.

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