Teaching and Advising
In the criminology, law, and society department, I teach elective courses that I developed related to my research areas including:
The Etiology of Mass Violence
Gender and Crime
Origins of School Violence
In addition, I teach courses at the both the undergraduate and graduate levels that are required and electives, such as:
Quantitative Research Methods
The Criminology of Race
Culture and Crime
I serve as an undergraduate advisor for more than 25 students in the program, and I am the graduate director for the master's program in criminology. I have also chaired theses for graduate students who choose to conduct a research study in lieu of six elective credits:
In progress. Women's experiences with online harassment and victimization.
In progress. White supremacy in online spaces.
In progress. Juvenile delinquency and parenting styles.
December 2020. Multiracial victimization.
May 2020. Deterrence theory and juvenile delinquency.
August 2018. Existential criminology and adolescent drug use.
May 2018. Food insecurity and criminality.