Northeastern and the College celebrated last week the arrival of Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society. Suzanna Walters, Signs' new editor-in-chief, will not be afraid to ask—nor address—the “big questions.” Read More →
Michigan State University
Gia Barboza is an assistant professor of African American studies and criminology and criminal justice at Northeastern University. Her research focuses on the impact of race/ethnicity on perceptions of the U.S. justice system and criminal justice actors; racial differences in victimization and in the application of criminal justice sanctions; bullying and aggressive behavior among youth; and elder abuse in institutional settings.