Samantha Moul is a first year doctoral student in Criminal Justice. She received her Bachelor’s in Psychology from the University in 2017. This is her first semester interning with the Tow Institute.
“My biggest goal for this fellowship is to further develop my own research sensibilities and gain invaluable exposure to the Institute’s endless research and policy resources. was most interested in working with the Tow Institute because of my personal research interests in policing and training evaluation. Having the opportunity to engage with policymakers, practitioners, and researchers within the University and across CT, especially with the upcoming Connecticut Institute for Police and Youth Relations, is the perfect way to engage all of my interests while also expanding my knowledge around various juvenile justice issues.”