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Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice
Department of Sociology & Criminal Justice

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I am an Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice in the Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice. I have a long history with KSU. I attended KSU for my undergraduate degree from 1990 - 1994, graduating with a Bachelor's Degree in Public and Social Services. After getting my Masters in Criminal Justice from Northeastern University, I started teaching at KSU in 1999 as an adjunct instructor. In 2000, I began my PhD program in Sociology at Georgia State University. From 2002-2003, I was a Temporary Fulltime Instructor of Sociology. Since 2003, I have been teaching as an Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice.



Contact Information
Office: SO 4068
Phone: 770-420-4413
Fax: 770-499-3423

Courses Taught
Crime, Justice, & Social Diversity
International Crime & World Justice
Research Methods for C.J.
Sociology of Violence
Foundations of Criminal Justice
Senior Seminar in Sociology
Social Problems
Sexuality and Society
Introduction to Sociology
Alcohol, Drugs, and Crime
Survey Research Methods
Women & Crime
Sociology & the Internet