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Rights-Retention Policies at PhD-Granting Criminology Programs in the US

Published onOct 30, 2020
Rights-Retention Policies at PhD-Granting Criminology Programs in the US

Authors based in the United States should consider this table to determine whether they (1) can take advantage of an existing rights-retention policy at their university, and (2) if not, should spark an effort to adopt one there. For more information, see the Open Letter to Criminology Units: Thwart Embargoes on Green Access by Adopting and Taking Advantage of a Rights-Retention Policy. The focus on PhD-granting criminology programs in the US is due to those being best known by the Criminology Open team, but the policy is equally important at academic units without such a program or outside the US.


Rights-Retention Policies at PhD-Granting Criminology Programs in the United States

University

Rights-Retention Policy Adopted

American University


Arizona State University


CUNY, John Jay College of Criminal Justice


Florida State University

✔ (2016)

George Mason University


Georgia State University


Indiana University

✔ (2017)

Indiana University of Pennsylvania


Michigan State University


North Dakota State University


Northeastern University


Old Dominion University


Pennsylvania State University

✔ (2019)

Prairie View A&M University


Rutgers, The State University of New York

✔ (2012)

Sam Houston State University


Southern Illinois University, Carbondale


Temple University


Texas Southern University


Texas State University


University at Albany SUNY


University of Arkansas, Little Rock


University of California, Irvine

✔ (2013)

University of Central Florida


University of Cincinnati


University of Delaware

✔ (2015)

University of Florida


University of Illinois, Chicago


University of Louisville


University of Maryland, College Park


University of Massachusetts, Lowell


University of Missouri, St. Louis


University of Nebraska, Omaha


University of Nevada, Las Vegas

✔ (2019)

University of New Haven


University of Pennsylvania


University of South Carolina


University of South Florida


University of Southern Mississippi


University of Texas, Dallas


Washington State University


Note: Numbers in parentheses are the years of adoption. Blank cell means not adopted. List of universities is from theU.S. World & News Reportas of October 22, 2020. Data on adoption is from the Harvard Open Access Project as of the same date.

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