Criminal Justice
       Featured Faculty and Staff --- Dr. John Kerbs
Associate Professor, Criminal Justice

Courses Taught:
JUST 1000: The Criminal Justice System
JUST 3008: Correctional Systems
JUST 3900: Introductory Statistics for Criminal Justice
JUST 4006: Community Corrections
JUST 4200: Juvenile Justice
JUST 6000: Principles of Criminal Justice (In-Residence)
JUST 6001: Seminar in Research Methods and Statistical Interpretation (DE)
JUST 6006: Seminar in Corrections (In-Residence and DE)
JUST 6601: Seminar in Victimology (DE)
JUST 6700: Diversity Issues in Criminal Justice (DE)

Research and Personal Interests:
Juvenile Justice, Corrections, Substance Abuse, Victimology, School/Prison Safety,
and Maltreatment in Child Welfare Systems.

Education:
BS in Psychology, Emory University
MA in Sociology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
MSW in Management and Planning for Mental Health, University of California at Berkeley
Joint PhD in Social Work and Sociology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Awards won and who awarded them to you:
2011-2012 College of Human Ecology Excellence in Teaching Award
2010-2011 University of North Carolina Board of Governors Distinguished
Professor for Teaching Award
2009-2010 Outstanding Teaching Award, Department of Criminal Justice
2009 Faculty Senate Research and Creative Activity Award
2007-2008, 2009-2010 Outstanding Scholarship Award, Department of Criminal Justice

What City, State, or Country are you originally from?
New York City, NY

Some type of quote you live by:
Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. - - Martin Luther King, Jr.

Something interesting about yourself?
I enjoy carpentry in my free time. 

     
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