My name is Luzi Shi (石路子). I am a tenure-track Assistant Professor at the Department of Criminal Justice, Bridgewater State University. I received my doctoral degree from the School of Criminal Justice, University at Albany in August, 2020. My research aims to understand how stereotypes, misperceptions, and negative emotions shape criminal behaviors and crime control policy preferences. To this end, I conduct experiments and analyze survey data. I am also interested in media, gender, and inequality. To read more about my published works, please see my Google Scholar and Research Gate page.
I am a recipient of the BSU Class of 1950 Distinguished Faculty Research Award and New England Board of Higher Education (NEBEH) North Star Collective (NSC) Faculty Fellowship. During my PhD years, I received the University at Albany Dissertation Fellowship Award and was a Doctoral Fellow of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. You are welcome to check out my CV here.