Beth Huebner Honored by the American Society of Criminology

Watts Endowed Professor of Public Safety Beth Huebner, director of Arizona State University’s School of Criminology and Criminal Justice has received the 2023 Lifetime Achievement Award from the Division on Corrections and Sentencing of the American Society of Criminology. The award honors an individual’s distinguished scholarship in the area of corrections and/or sentencing over a lifetime. Recipients must have 20 or more years of experience contributing to scholarly research.

Professor Huebner said she was honored to have been nominated for such a prestigious award from a society that she highly values. “I have found my academic home in this organization, and I am so grateful for the support of this group’s members and leaders. I am lucky to have had the ability to stand on the shoulders of some of the greats in the field,” Dr. Huebner said. “I hope to have many more decades in the field and plan to use this time to encourage and support early-career scholars, who will become the true leaders in the field.”

Dr. Huebner came to Arizona State in 2023 after teaching at the University of Missouri-St. Louis for 19 years. She earned a bachelor’s degree in sociology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a master’s degree and Ph.D. in criminal justice from Michigan State University.

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