Jess Bonnan-White, Ph.D. (University of Iowa) - Associate Professor of Criminal JusticeConflict resolution, disaster response, humanitarian assistance, international development, Middle East conflict, anthropology, trauma studies, quantitative and qualitative data, research methods, peace-building.
Deeanna 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.
Susan Fahey, Ph.D. (University of Maryland, College Park) - Associate Professor of Criminal Justice
Terrorism, political instability, governance and legitimacy, criminological theory, quantitative data, research methods, statistics, transitional justice.
Marissa P. Levy, Ph.D. (Rutgers, The State University) - Professor of Criminal JusticeEnvironmental criminology with emphasis on spatial analysis of crime (crime mapping and crime prevention), evaluations, statistics.
Manish Madan, Ph.D. (Michigan State University) - Assistant Professor of Criminal JusticeInternational and comparative research, gender policy, victimization, media, policing, statistics.
Richard Mulvihill, M.Sc. (Nova Southeastern University) - Instructor of Criminal JusticePolice and public safety administration, corrections, criminal justice technology.
Larry E. Nutt, Ph.D. (University of Chicago) - Associate Professor of Criminal JusticePolice behavior, criminology, social theory, sociology of religion.
Rupendra Simlot, Ph.D. (University of Rajasthan) - Associate Professor of Criminal JusticeForensic science, crime scene investigation, high tech investigation, criminal justice management, police and their issues, international culture.
Christine Tartaro, Ph.D. (Rutgers, the State University) - Program Director; Professor of Criminal Justice
Corrections, research methods and statistics, violence in correctional facilities, suicide in correctional facilities, program evaluation, sentencing.