Elizabeth Jenaway is a PhD student from King of Prussia, PA. She received her B.A. in Criminal Justice from Saint Joseph's University, graduating Magna Cum Laude with honors for her dual methodology thesis and received the Claver Award from the Saint Joseph’s University Honors. Elizabeth received her M.S. in Criminal Justice with a concentration in Intelligence and Crime Analysis from Saint Joseph’s University in 2018. In 2019, she worked as a research assistant on a project examining the effectiveness of a federal training program in improving interviewing practice and outcomes for police detectives. 

Elizabeth recently published a paper in Studies in Conflict & Terrorism analyzing the cumulative role of unmet behavioral and emotional expectations in producing disillusionment. She presented her work at the American Criminology Society in November of 2021. She is currently a research assistant to Dr. Windisch working on a project to investigate the influence of death threats on election officials during the 2020 election. Elizabeth’s research interests include desistance, violent extremism, terrorism, and investigative interviewing.

Faculty Advisor: Steven Windisch