My philosophy to education is that each student present has a strong desire to learn and to develop skills that will assist the student in becoming a competent and innovative professional.
Ph.D. In Sociology, Texas Woman’s University
M.A. In Liberal Studies, University of Arkansas at Little Rock
B.S. In Sociology, Minor in Biology, University of Arkansas at Little Rock
Research and academic interests
My interests include: race and diversity in the military, structural functionalism in social institutions, disparities in minority conviction rate, and internal dynamics of social institutions. Collaborative work relations and cooperative involvement are an integral part of my research and academic interests.
Courses taught at WNMU
CJUS 230 Introduction to Corrections
CJUS 260 Juvenile Justice & Delinquency
CJUS 321 Criminal Justice & Minorities
CJUS 362 Community Resources in Corrections
Alpha Kappa Delta Sociology Honor Society
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.,
Alpha Phi Omega Co-Ed National Service Fraternity
Golden Key Honor Society
Military Officers Association of America
National Guard Association of Arkansas
Shamrock-Trinity Lodge #435 F & A.M.-P.H.A.
Sigma Alpha Pi Leadership Honor Society
Hobbies, personal interests, and/or community involvement
I enjoy running, watching movies, intellectual conversation, political and community involvement, surfing the internet, reading and relaxing.