Mario A. Paparozzi, Ph.D.
Chair and Professor
Office: 202 Sampson
Specialty areas: Probation and Parole, Community Corrections, Criminology
Shannon J. Maynor
Administrative Support Associate
Office: 201 Sampson
Jessica Abbott, Ph.D.
Gender Studies Minor Coordinator
Office: 222 Sampson
Specialty Areas: Criminology, Victimology, Fear of Crime, Gender, and Quantitative Methods
Yawo A. Bessa, Ph.D.
Office: 218 Sampson
Specialty Areas: Sociology of Health/Mental Health, Sociological Theory, Delinquency/Deviance, Gerontology, & Family
Calvina Ellerbe, Ph.D.
Office: 217 Sampson
Specialty areas: Demography, Marriage and Family, Race and Ethnicity
Jessica Godsey, J.D.
Office: 209 Sampson
Specialty areas: Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Family Violence
Roger Guy, Ph.D.
Office: 208 Sampson
Below are the textbooks for my summer 2016 courses:
- CRJ 2300 Introduction to Corrections, by Hanser, 2nd edition
- CRJ/SOC 2400 Criminological theory: The Essentials 2nd Edition, by Tibbetts
- CRJ 3300 Corrections in the Community, 5th edition.by Latessa and Smith,
- CRJ 3500 Correctional Counseling and Rehabilitation 8th Van Voorhis and Salisbury
Sonali Jain, Ph.D.
Office: 219 Sampson
Specialty areas: Globalization, Asia, Qualitative Methods
E. Brooke Kelly, Ph.D.
Office: 212 Sampson
Specialty areas: Inequalities, Gender, Family, Work, and Poverty
Renee Lamphere, Ph.D.
Office: 213 Sampson
Specialty areas: Corrections, Digital Media Crime, Juvenile Delinquency, Violence & Victimology, Mixed-Methods Research
J. Porter Lillis, Ph.D.
Office: 220 Sampson
Specialty areas: Medical Sociology & Gerontology
Robert S. McDonnell, MPA
Office: 215 Sampson
Specialty areas: Terrorism Studies, Criminal Investigation, Criminal Procedure, Criminal Justice Leadership, Investigative Information Management, International Law Enforcement
Ottis Murray, Ed.D
Office: 214 Sampson
Specialty areas: Collective Behavior and Social Movements, Popular Culture, Death and Dying, Computer/Technology & Society
Sam Pearson, Ph.D.
Office: 207 Sampson
Specialty areas: Criminology, Private Security, Community Policing, Criminal Investigation, Criminal Justice Administration and Management
E. Miranda Reiter, Ph.D.
Office: 221 Sampson
Specialty areas: Social Epedemiology, Demography, and Health Disparities
James W. Robinson, Ph.D.
Director of the UNCP Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies Degree Program
Office: 216 Sampson
Specialty areas: Theory, Social Psychology, Social Inequality, Organizations, Research Methods, Statistics
Michael Spivey, Ph.D.
Office: 210 Sampson
Specialty areas: Social Inequality, Native American Studies, Critical Theory/Cultural Studies, Ethnography
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Robert Baker (firstname.lastname@example.org)
R. Travis Bryant (email@example.com)
Marda Godsey (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Andrzej Jachimczyk (email@example.com)
Rudy Locklear (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Stephen Marson (email@example.com)
Jesse McQueen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Judith Paparozzi (email@example.com)
Kweilin Pikciunas (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Rasby M. Powell (email@example.com)
Neilson Weatherly (firstname.lastname@example.org)