Criminal Justice Graduate Faculty

Criminal Justice Graduate Program

Gail A. Caputo, Ph.D.
Moral reasoning and intermediate sanctions programs, with a particular focus on shoplifters and community service sentencing; employs a rich intellectual tradition of ethnography to study social issues relevant to criminology and public policy, particularly women in conflict with the law

Michelle Meloy, Ph.D.
Intimate partner violence, socio-legal analysis, sex crimes and sexual offenders, and criminal justice policy.

Harry Rhea, Ph.D.
Associate Teaching Professor
United States foreign policy and international criminal justice

Daniel Semenza, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor

Jane A. Siegel, Ph.D.
Children of incarcerated parents, families and crime, the long-term consequences of child maltreatment and juvenile justice

Richard Stansfield, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Recidivism and reentry; and race, ethnicity, and immigration, intimate partner violence and homicide