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  • Alison Marganski

    Alison Marganski

    Assistant Professor

    Reilly Hall 414
    Le Moyne College
    1419 Salt Springs Road
    Syracuse, NY 13214


    (315) 445-5462


    Dr. Marganski (Ph.D. 2010; Rutgers University) is a criminologist who has experience working with victim, offender, and justice administration services. Dr. Marganski's research interests focus on interpersonal violence and victim services. Her current work examines the co-occurrence of intimate partner cyber aggression (i.e., online harassment, cyberstalking, and other electronic transgressions) and in-person experiences of intimate partner violence (i.e., psychological, physical, and sexual violence), along with associated consequences. Dr. Marganski’s work appears in places such as Journal of Interpersonal Violence, Violence & Victims, and International Criminal Justice Review. She has taught a variety of courses including but not limited to: Criminology; Victimology; Family Violence; Gender & Violence; Extreme Murder; and Animals & Criminal Justice. She has been recognized for her teaching (e.g. the American Society of Criminology's Division of Victimology 2014 Faculty Teacher of the Year Award), research (e.g. the 2012 VFIC Mednick Memorial Fellowship Award), and service (e.g. Virginia Wesleyan College's 2015 Service & Community Engagement Award), and was selected as a "Finalist" for the 2016 State Council of Higher Education for Virginia's Outstanding Faculty Awards in the Rising Star category.

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