Sarah E. Daly, Ph.D
Assistant Professor of Criminology
Dr. Sarah E. Daly is a criminologist specializing in mass violence, gender, and online communities. She has taught courses related to these areas in addition to courses on research methodology, policy analysis and program evaluation, and school violence.
She currently works in the private sector as a senior consultant, and she holds a visiting scholar position at the State University of New York (SUNY) Oswego.
Dr. Daly is the author of Everyday School Violence: An Educator's Guide to Safer Schools and the editor of two volumes: Assessing and Averting the Prevalence of Mass Violence and Theories of Crime through Popular Culture. She has testified before the Pennsylvania House and Senate and served as a consultant for schools, law enforcement agencies, and other institutions.