College Teaching Experience
RUTGERS UNIVERSITY
New Brunswick, New Jersey
Criminal Justice Program

2005 - present: Professor
Promotion (2005)

1993 - 2005: Associate Professor
Tenure (1998)
1996 - 1997: Acting Department Chair

COURSES:
Prisons & Prisoners
Interrogation & Torture
Crime in Film
War on Terror & Human Rights
State & Corporate Crime
White Collar Crime
Introduction to Criminal Justice
Justice in American Society
Punishment in America (General Honors Program)

ST. JOHN'S UNIVERSITY
Jamaica, Queens, New York
Department of Sociology & Anthropology
1991 - 1993: Associate Professor
Early Tenure & Promotion (1991)
1987 - 1991: Assistant Professor

GRADUATE COURSES:
Correctional Institutions
Criminology
White Collar & Corporate Crime
Statistics for the Social Sciences
Social Research: Methods, Strategies & Tactics

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES:
Sociology of Prisons
Criminology
Statistics for the Social Sciences
Introduction to Sociology
Social Problems

St. John's Prison Educational Program:
The following college courses were taught to inmates at the Arthur Kill Correctional Facility, New York State Department of Correction Staten Island, N.Y. (1987-1988):
Sociology of Prisons
Social Problems

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS
Denton, Texas
Department of Sociology
1984 - 1987: Teaching Fellow

COURSES:
Social Problems
Sociology of Corrections