Megan Korovich

B.A., Psychology and Sociology/Anthropology, Towson University, Towson, MDMegan is a second-year student in the Forensic Psychology M.A. program at John Jay. She received her B.A. from Towson University with a dual degree in Psychology and Sociology/Anthropology with a concentration in Criminal Justice, and a minor in German. Megan’s research interests include sexual violence, victim-offender duality, and advocacy within the criminal justice system. Under Dr. Jeglic and Dr. Calkins she is working on a project for the Legal Aid Society evaluating research to inform the usefulness of the current NY State risk assessment tool for sex offenders.

Alec May
B.A. Law B.S. Psychology  Purdue University
Alec is originally from Indiana.  He graduated from Purdue University in May 2019 and received a B.A in Law and Society and a B.S in Psychology. He will graduate from  John Jay with a Master’s Degree in Forensic Psychology  in December of 2020. He is interested in the criminal justice system and plans to work in law enforcement once he rgaduates.