SUNY Oswego assistant professor and author Jaclyn Schildkraut recently attended a symposium at Columbine High School in Colorado to meet with other national experts on mass shootings research and survivors of mass shootings.
Schildkraut‘s research focuses on school and mass shootings in the United States in regard to crime statistics, media representations, security and prevention, legislative responses, and other important considerations that impact individuals and communities struck by these tragedies.
She has published in numerous academic journals, and her research has been cited by the news media locally, nationally, and even internationally.
Proceeds from Schildkraut’s next book will benefit the OnePULSE Foundation. It is scheduled to be released next May.
A third book is in the works, which is directly focused on Columbine will be released for the 20th anniversary with proceeds going to the Columbine Memorial Foundation.