Inside Look

Welcome Dr. Travis Linnemann to EKU

The School of Justice Studies at EKU is very pleased to announce the hiring of Dr. Travis Linnemann – currently at Old Dominion University’s Department of Criminal Justice. Dr. Linnemann earned a PhD in sociology from Kansas State University in 2011, and has worked as an Assistant Professor at Old Dominion’s Ph.D.

EKU Graduate defends Doctoral Dissertation at Sam Houston State University

Kevin Steinmetz

Kevin Steinmetz, an EKU graduate with a bachelor's and master's degree in Criminal Justice from the College of Justice and Safety, recently defended his doctoral dissertation at Sam Houston State University to achieve a Ph.D. in Criminal Justice.

EKU Professor Plays Major Role In Upcoming Television Special

RICHMOND, Ky. – An Eastern Kentucky University professor has played a major role in the production of an upcoming national television special.

Associate Dean's career featured in Kentucky Monthly magazine

Dr. Victor Kappeler

 

Follow the link to read the Kentucky Monthly article featuring our own Dr. Victor Kappeler.

Access, Pollution, and Criminalisation: Do-It-Yourself Responses to Water Issues

Bill McClanahan, a second-year master's student, delivered a paper, ‘Access, pollution, and criminalisation: Do-It-Yourself responses to water issues,’ at the fourth Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Green Criminology Research Seminar at Northumbria University in Newcastle upon Tyne (England) on 4 October 2013.

Dr. Victoria Collins Joins the School of Justice Studies Faculty

Victoria Ellen Collins grew up in Norfolk England, where she pursued a higher education in law receiving a LLB in English and European Constitutional law before immigrating to the United States. When in the US, Victoria enrolled at Old Dominion University where she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice, and then a Masters of Arts degree in Applied Sociology.

Through the Eyes of a Burglar: Study Provides Insights on Habits and Motivations

Newswise — CHARLOTTE, N.C. – May 15, 2013 - One way to understand what motivates and deters burglars is to ask them. UNC Charlotte researcher Joseph Kuhns from the Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology did just that.