Penn State alumna creates new endowed professorship in criminology

Last week, Penn State announced that Mary O’Neill Marsh, a 1969 alumna with a distinguished career in the federal court system, created the Dr. John Kramer Professorship in Criminology in the College of the Liberal Arts via a transformative $3 million gift. Dr. John Kramer, emeritus professor of sociology and criminology, has been the face of the program for quite some time and is highly respected by leaders, colleagues, and students.

The University’s Department of Sociology and Criminology has long been regarded as one of the best in the world. When Marsh graduated from Penn State in 1969, she was one of the first three graduates from the then-new Law Enforcement and Corrections Program.

Image: Photo of Mary O’Neill Marsh by Kathy Swidwa from Penn State News article.

Read the entire story published in the Penn State News.

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