Ph.D., Bowling Green State University
Criminology, Criminal Justice, Inequality
Professor Doerner received her M.A. and Ph.D. in Sociology from Bowling Green State University and her B.S.B.A. in International Business and Economics from Ohio Northern University. She has been working at URI since 2008 teaching courses in research methods, criminology, and criminal justice.
Her research interests focus on sentencing and corrections, race/ethnicity, age, and gender inequality in the criminal justice system, consequences of incarceration, juvenile justice and policy, reentry following incarceration, and quantitative methods.
Anthropology Honor Society
URI Anthropology students have been chartered as the Alpha Rhode Island Chapter of Lamda Alpha, the national anthropology honor society. This is a tribute to the hard work of several students and to the academic excellence of our majors and our faculty. Right now, the recruitment of charter members is underway. If you're interested in being one of the first Lamda Alphas, shoot off an email to Ashley Waggoner for all the details.
The URI Anthropology Society is also up and running. Check out their page too.
C. B. Peters, firstname.lastname@example.org
Justice, Law & Society Minor Coordinator
Professor Leo Carroll, email@example.com
Theresa Nobile, firstname.lastname@example.org