Todd Krohn

Instructor in Sociology
Internship Coordinator

Contact Info

Office:
Baldwin Hall
Office Hours:
By appointment and posted office hours.

Todd Krohn holds the M.A. in Sociology from Georgia State University (1993). With interests in critical penology and crime as political capital Mr. Krohn teaches Criminology (SOCI 3810) and Criminal Punishment and Society (SOCI 3150). For more information please click here.

Christina L. Boyd

Associate Professor of Political Science

Contact Info

Office:
Baldwin Hall

Dr. Boyd holds the Ph.D. in Political Science from Washington University in St. Louis (2009). She previously earned the J.D. degree from the School of Law, Wake Forest University. She teaches Criminal Justice Administration (POLS 3600) as well as Judicial Process and Behaviour (POLS 4740). Her website is available here.

Courses Regularly Taught:

Jody Clay-Warner

Meigs Professor of Sociology and Sociology Department Head

Contact Info

Office:
Baldwin Hall

Dr Jody Clay-Warner, Meigs Progessor of Sociology and Co-Director of the Laboratory for the Study of Social Interaction (LASSI), received the Ph.D. in Sociology from Emory University in 1997. Her speciality areas include social psychology, criminology, and gender; the overarching goal of her research is to understand responses to injustice. For more information please click here.

Other Affiliations:

David Mustard

Professor of Economics

Contact Info

Office:
Brooks Hall

David Mustard serves on the Executive Committe of the Criminal Justice Studies Program. His research explores the racial and gender differences in sentencing, the efficacy  of gun control laws, how casinos and visitors influence crime rates, and the interaction between labor markets and crime. He holds the Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Chicago (1997). For more information please click here.

Justine Tinkler

Associate Professor of Sociology

Contact Info

Office:
Baldwin Hall

Justine E. Tinkler earned the Ph.D. in Sociology from Stanford University in 2007. She employs experimental, survey-based, and qualitative research methods to provide empirical evidence for advancing theory in social psychology, law and inequality. Dr. Tinkler teaches the Sociology of Law (SOCI 4830). For more information please click here.

Susan Haire

Director, Criminal Justice Studies Program
Professor of Political Science

Contact Info

Office:
Baldwin Hall

Dr Susan Haire received her undergraduate degree in Political Science from the University of Georgia prior to obtaining a Masters in Public Administration from the University of West Florida (1985) and the Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of South Carolina (1993). She teaches Research Methods (POLS 3700), Courts and Judical Process (POLS 4740) and supervises interns. For more information please click here.

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Marian Arnold

Office Manager

Contact Info

Office Hours:
8:00AM-5:00PM Daily

Prior to coming to Criminal Justice Studies Mrs Arnold worked at UGA's Print and Copy Services and as an Office Manager in the College of Education. As the Office Manger for CJSP her many resposibilities include oversight of the endowed funds and scholarships, working with the Criminal Justice Society and often being the initial point of contact with the program for interested students. For over fifteen years she has been the Assistant Director of the Miss UGA Pageant. She and her husband have two grown sons.

Ned Phares

Academic Advisor

Contact Info

Office:
221 Baldwin Hall (the original part of the building not the new annex)
Office Hours:
Please see the "Advising Appointments and Office Hours" page

After serving in the U.S. Marine Corps Ned Phares (pronounced ferris) earned dual degrees in Philisophy and Political Science from Montana State Universtiy. He and his wife have made Athens home for over twenty years. They have a son and a daugher -- graduates of the University of Wyoming and the College of Charleston respectively.

2017 Graduation and Awards Banquet

Students, faculty, staff, family and friends gathered March 31st at the Georgia Center to recognize prospective criminal justice studies graduates for calendar year 2017. Hortatory remarks were provided by Roy Fenoff, an Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice at the Military College of South Carolina (The Citadel). Fenoff holds the Ph.D. in Criminal Justice from Michigan State University, an M.S. in Medical/Veterinary Entomology from the University of Wyoming and undergraduate degrees in Criminal Justice Studies and Entomology from UGA.