Criminal Justice Faculty

    Viviana Andreescu

    Associate Professor; Ph.D., University of Louisville.

    (Criminological Theory, Criminal Behavior, Quantitative Analysis.)

     

    Bradley Campbell

    Assistant Professor; Ph.D., Sam Houston State University

    (Police Investigations, Eyewitness Identification procedures, Police Body-worn cameras)

     

        Cherie Dawson-Edwards

        Associate Professor; Ph.D., Virginia Commonwealth University

        (Public Policy & Administration)

         

        Ben FisherBenjamin W. Fisher

        Assistant Professor; Ph.D., Vanderbilt University

        (Research Methods)

         

         

          Elizabeth L. Grossi

          Associate Professor; Ph.D., Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

          (Corrections and Criminology.)

           

           

              jpeg of George HigginsGeorge E. Higgins

              Professor; Vice Chair: Director of Graduate Studies; Ph.D., Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

              (Criminological Theory Testing, Advanced Quantitative Analysis, and Cybercrime.)

               

               

                Thomas W. Hughes

                Associate Professor; J.D., University of Dayton, Ph.D., University of Cincinnati.

                (Policing, Criminal Procedure, Criminal Law)

                 

                  jpeg of DGK in AustraliaDeborah G. Keeling

                  Professor and Associate Dean of Faculty Affairs, College of A&S; Ph.D., Purdue University.

                  (Corrections, Program Evaluation, International Policing)

                   

                    Kimberly Kempf-Leonard

                    Professor and Dean of College of A&S; Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, the Wharton School

                    (Social Systems Sciences: Criminology & Criminal Law)

                     

                     

                        Michael LosavioMichael M. Losavio

                        Assistant Professor; J.D., Louisiana State University.

                        (Criminal Procedure and Law, Computer Forensics)

                         

                         

                            Kristin Swartz

                            Assistant Professor; Ph.D., University of Cincinnati

                            (Criminal Justice)

                             

                              Richard Tewksbury

                              Professor; Ph.D., The Ohio State University.

                              (Deviant Behavior, Qualitative Methods)

                               

                              jpeg of Angela Thiel0Angela J. Thielo

                              Assistant Professor; Ph.D. , University of Cincinnati

                              (Effective correctional practices and public attitudes toward correctional policy)




                                Gennaro Vito

                                Professor, Department Chair; Ph.D., The Ohio State University.

                                (Research Methods, Statistics, Capital Punishment)

                                 

                                  Dr. Bill WalshWilliam F. Walsh

                                  Professor Emeritus; Ph.D., Fordham University.

                                  (Police Leadership & Administration,  Criminal Justice Issues, &  Law Enforcement Personnel)

                                   

                                    Adjunct Faculty

                                      Harry E. Allen

                                      Adjunct Faculty; Ph.D., The Ohio State University.

                                      (Corrections, Terrorism, Ethics, Computer Applications, and Substance Abuse)

                                       

                                       

                                      Charles BakerCharles D. Baker

                                      Lecturer; Ed. D., Arizona State University.

                                      (Crime Prevention Theory, Practice & Management, and Police Administration)

                                       

                                       

                                      jpeg of Rodney BrewerRodney Brewer

                                      M.S. Criminal Justice, University of Louisville

                                      (Police Management, Leadership and Ethics)

                                       

                                       

                                      Terry EdwardsTerry D. Edwards

                                      Associate Professor Emeritus; JD Brandeis School of Law, University of Louisville.

                                      (Criminal Law and Evidence, Criminal Procedure, Constitutional Law, ad Legal Aspects of CJ Personnel Mgmt)

                                       

                                       

                                          Kathy A. Eigelbach

                                          Internship Coordinator / Lecturer

                                           

                                           

                                           

                                            J. Price Foster

                                            Professor Emeritus; Ph.D., Florida State University.

                                            (Criminology, Juvenile Justice, Ethics, Cross Cultural Perspectives in Criminal Justice)

                                             

                                              Theresa C. Hayden

                                              Assistant Professor; Ph.D., University of Louisville.

                                              (Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methodology, Crimes Against the Elderly, Human Trafficking)

                                               

                                               

                                                Ronald M. Holmes

                                                Professor Emeritus; Ed.D., Indiana University.

                                                (Violent Crimes, Profiling, and Corrections)

                                                 

                                                 

                                                  Bruce S. Ponder

                                                  Lecturer / Instructor

                                                  (Corrections, Alternatives to Incarceration, International Terrorism)