Jess Bonnan-White, Ph.D. (University of Iowa) - Associate Professor of Criminal Justice
Homeland security, emergency management, crisis response, humanitarian assistance, quantitative and qualitative data analysis, research methods, human security.
Deeanna M. Button, Ph.D. (University of Delaware) - Associate Professor of Criminal Justice
Social inequality, violence/victimization, gender and sexuality, LGBTQ youth and resiliency, criminology, research methods, statistics.
Joshua D. Duntley, Ph.D. (University of Texas) - Associate Professor of Criminal Justice
Evolutionary psychology, forensic psychology, homicide, stalking, victim defenses, human mating, statistics.
Ethan Czuy Levine, Ph.D. (Temple University) - Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice
Sexual violence, intimate partner violence, victim services, gender and sexuality, feminist theory, social construction of knowledge, quantitative and qualitative methods.
Marissa P. Levy, Ph.D. (Rutgers, The State University of NJ) - Dean, School of Social and Behavioral Sciences and Professor of Criminal Justice
Environmental criminology with emphasis on spatial analysis of crime (crime mapping and crime prevention), evaluations, statistics.
Ruibin Lu, Ph.D. (Washington State University) - Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice
Specialty courts, U.S. judicial system, drug and alcohol use, community corrections, policy evaluation, comparative criminal justice.
Manish Madan, Ph.D. (Michigan State University) - Associate Professor of Criminal Justice
International and comparative research, gender policy, victimization, media, policing, statistics.
William J. McKnight III, M.S. (Saint Joseph’s University) - Teaching Specialist in Criminal Justice
Police leadership, policing, the criminal justice system, homeland security, risk management and mitigation, business continuity
Richard Mulvihill, M.Sc. (Nova Southeastern University) - Tenured Instructor of Criminal Justice
Police and public safety administration, corrections, criminal justice technology.
Nusret Sahin, Ph.D. (Rutgers, The State University of NJ) - Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice
Race, trust and police legitimacy, police-citizen encounters, terrorism, police technology.
Kimberley Schanz, Ph.D. (CUNY Graduate Center) - Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice
Behavioral crime scene analysis with an emphasis on the behavioral aspects of sexual assaults, forensic psychology.
Christine Tartaro, Program Chair -Ph.D. (Rutgers, The State University of NJ) - Professor of Criminal Justice
Corrections, research methods and statistics, violence in correctional facilities, suicide in correctional facilities, program evaluation, sentencing.