Skip to content
Join fellow black alumni in Oaks Bluff for a fun-filled weekend of bonding and socializing your Northeastern classmates.
Connect
People

Daniel Trovato

Criminology and Justice Policy, PhD

Daniel Trovato is a doctoral student in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Northeastern University. His research interests include the outcomes of school suspension and expulsion over the life-course, and the outcomes of perceived discrimination on depression, suicidality, violent offending, and substance use. At the University of Maryland College Park, he conducted spatial data analysis on vacant lots, overdoses, and 311 calls for service in Baltimore City in connection with the city government. At Johns Hopkins University, he worked on a project of desistance and life-course history analyses. When Daniel is not researching, you can find him sparring in boxing or kickboxing, serving aces in tennis, playing guitar or piano, or cooking authentic Italian food from scratch.

Related Schools & Departments

Awards

  • Excellence in Undergraduate Research Certificate, Johns Hopkins University. Recognition of successful completion of the Mellon Humanities Collaboratory Fellowship.

Conferences

  • “Criminality in French Literature: An Examination of Acceptance and Rejection of Rehabilitation in the Works of Jean Genet and Eugene Vidocq.” Richard Macksey National Undergraduate Humanities Research Symposium. Baltimore, MD. April 2020. 
  • “Criminology: The Impossibility of Rehabilitation of Jean Genet.” Leadership Alliance National Symposium (LANS). Hartford, CT. July 2018.
  • “Criminology: The Impossibility of Rehabilitation of Jean Genet.” Johns Hopkins Humanities Research Symposium. Baltimore, MD. July 2018.

Publications

  • (2020). “Criminality in French Literature: An Examination of Acceptance and Rejection of Rehabilitation in the Works of Jean Genet and Eugène Vidocq.” The Macksey Journal: Vol. 1,  Article 152.

More Student Paths