Mulvey will discuss some of his key findings in the "Pathways to Desistance" research, one of the largest longitudinal studies of serious adolescent offenders, as well as his work with the National Research Council and its recent release of "Reforming Juvenile Justice A Developmental Approach.
directs the Law and Psychiatry Program at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, and is a recipient of a Faculty Scholar’s Award from the William T. Grant Foundation, and a member of the National Science Foundation-funded National Consortium on Violence Research. He has written or consulted for the U.S. Surgeon General’s Office, the National Institute of Mental Health, and the U.S. Secret Service. He serves as a member of the Science Advisory Board for the Office of Justice Programs at the U. S. Department of Justice. Mulvey graduated from Yale University before earning his PhD from the University of Virginia in 1982. His bibliography contains over 120 publications in peer-reviewed journals.
The Schubert Center Conversation Series connects CWRU faculty, students and staff, visiting researchers, practice and policy experts, and community members whose work impacts children, young people and families. These events stimulate an ongoing dialogue about child-related research, policy, and practice among faculty, students, policy experts, advocates, and professionals from Northeast Ohio. All are welcome.
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