Please join us by contributing to the Dae H. Chang International Scholar Invitational Endowment. A gift to the endowment significantly enhances our ability to stay a leader in the criminal justice field.
If you would like to speak to someone directly regarding your giving to the School of Criminal Justice, contact: Nick McLaren, senior director of development at 517-432-1802.
Dae H. Chang graduated from Michigan State University, with a BA 1957, MA 1958 and a PhD 1962. Dr. Chang began his career as a police officer in South Korea and later pursued a career in academics as an assistant professor of Sociology at Olivet College and retired as a professor emeritus at Wichita State University, Kansas.
The Dae H. Chang International Scholar Invitational Endowment provides support for international scholars to annually visit the School of Criminal Justice giving our students and faculty the privilege of learning from their criminology research. Our students and faculty have had the opportunity to learn from renowned scholars, Professor Shlomo Giora Shoham, faculty of law, Tel-Aviv University, Gloria Laycock the director of UCL Jill Dando, Institute of Crime Science, University College, and Jennifer Wood, associate professor in the Department of Criminal Justice at Temple University.
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Gifts can also be mailed to:
Dae H. Chang International Scholar Invitational Fund Endowment
Michigan State University
300 Spartan Way
East Lansing, MI 48824-1005
Thank you for supporting the School of Criminal Justice!