Dr. Amaia Iratzoqui was recently recognized by the University as one of the top 50 rated undergraduate faculty in the past year, based on student evaluations. These faculty were honored at a luncheon hosted by Dr. Thomas Nenon, the University Provost. Congratulations, Dr. Iratzoqui!
The Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice publishes a newsletter every semester updating students, alumni, and supporters of the Department with news on faculty productivity, department changes, student programs, and other department activity.
Advanced Applications in Criminal Justice
Dr. Lenard Wells has conducted a series of interviews with individuals within the field of criminal justice, including academics, practitioners, and survivors of violence. Below are a sample of some of his interviews.
Dr. Wells interviews Rev. Dr. Roland Ehlke, the survivor of the Texas Tower Shooting.
Dr. Wells interviews Dr. Amaia Iratzoqui on issues teaching and working within the area of domestic violence.
Dr. Wells interviews Dr. Sheri Jenkins Keenan about the recent work and expansion of the Lambuth criminology program.