Karen Miner-Romanoff is the Law and Society Fellow at New York University and teaches law and society, juvenile justice and criminology, is a Fellow at Bard High School Early College, and works with underserved youth as a nonprofit consultant and researcher. Prior, she held the position of Assistant Dean for Academic Excellence at NYU and led the Center for Academic Excellence and Support. She holds a Ph.D. and Master’s in Public Policy and Administration, emphasis in criminology. An attorney, she clerked for the U.S. District Court and U.S. Court of Appeals, worked with a major law firm, and acted as a Special Assistant to the Ohio Attorney General. Prior to joining NYU, Dr. Miner-Romanoff served as the Associate Provost for Academic Quality and Executive Director for the International Institute for Innovative Instruction at Franklin University. She is certified as an Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences peer reviewer and served as the Executive Counselor of the ACJS section for Teaching and Education. She has received numerous awards and grants in the fields of criminal justice, criminology, leadership and teaching and learning. A Fulbright Scholar, she served with the Human Science Research Council in South Africa and is an NSF Data Consortium Fellow. She chaired the American Education Research Association SIG for Faculty Development, Teaching and Evaluation and sits on multiple educational advisory, editorial boards, nonprofit, and criminal justice commissions. She was also selected as a 2016 Learning Champion by E-Learning Magazine and honored for her research with the Franklin County human trafficking court as the 2017 Ohio Council of Criminal Justice Education Professional Practitioner. Selected conference presentations include the Online Learning Consortium, NYU Tech Summit, E-Learning, Innovation & Social Justice, International Conference of Social Science Research, the American Society of Criminology, International Conference on Justice, Police and Law, and the ACJS. Selected publications include articles in her major research interests, such as International Journal of Online Pedagogy and Course Design, Justice Policy Journal, Criminologists, American Journal of Criminal Justice, International Journal of Restorative Justice, Journal of Correctional Education, Journal of Human Trafficking, Journal of Criminal Justice Education, American Journal of Distance Learning, and South African Journal of Higher Education. Recently recognized for her work in innovative curriculum at the 2017 International E-Learning conference, she received the Outstanding E-Learning Award and was chosen as a 2018 and 2019 Reimagine Education finalist for her team’s Experiential, Problem-Based model of learning.