Response to Campus Shootings: Dr. Eric Madfis(2014)
Dr. Eric Madfis is an Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice at the University of Washington Tacoma, where his research focuses upon school violence, inequality, and criminological theory. He received his Ph.D. in Sociology from Northeastern University in Boston, where he was a Research Associate at the Brudnick Center on Violence and Conflict. Dr. Madfis has recently completed a book entitled The Risk of School Rampage: Assessing and Preventing Threats of School Violence that explores perceptions of and reactions to threats of multiple-victim rampage shootings in American public schools. He has also published numerous articles about the causes and prevention of school massacres. On April 2, 2014, the UWT Criminal Justice League and the Social Work Student Organization sponsored an evening of discussion about the prevention, response, and aftermath of campus shootings. Kristina Anderson, a survivor of the Virginia Tech mass shooting and founder of Koshka Foundation for Safe Schools, was joined by a panel of experts from the community including Dr. Eric Madfis (UWT Criminal Justice Professor), Susan Wagshul-Golden (UWT Director of Campus Safety & Security), and Amber Bradford (Mental Health Therapist at the Children's Advocacy Center).
Publication DateApril 29, 2014
Citation InformationEric Madfis. "Response to Campus Shootings: Dr. Eric Madfis" (2014)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/madfis/24/