Innovate: Project Details

Applied Psychology in Criminal Justice

Project Summary

Applied Psychology in Criminal Justice (APCJ) is an international, interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed academic journal that examines the intersection of psychology and criminal justice. Dr. Randy Garner serves as editor of the journal, but it copyedited and produced by the marketing department. APCJ includes both print and electronic journal formats.

Individual Tasks

Below is a listing of all the individual parts that go into making this project a success. You can click on the person's name to view their staff page and see what else they are working on or click on the task type for more detailed information about what the task involves.

  • Harriet McHale

    • Printing: Prints issues for library subscriptions.
            Recurring: 4 hours twice a semester
    • Graphic Design: Design and lays out issue and develops proofs for author's review.
            Recurring: 4 hours twice a semester
  • Beth Kuhles

    • Writing: Copyedits articles; corresponds with authors; finalizes copy for layout; upload articles to the web
            Recurring: 20 hours twice a semester
  • Melina Gilbert

    • Website: Designed and coded online edition of APCJ.
            Completed: 80 hours in 2011