Cynthia Koller, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice
PhD: University of Cincinnati
MS: University of Wisconsin, Platteville
Teaching Interests: Juvenile Justice; Theories of Crime & Crime Control; Community Corrections; White Collar Crime; Criminal Justice Organization & Management
Research Interests: Juvenile Justice; White Collar Crime; Judicial Corruption; Sentencing Disparities
When moral reasoning and ethics training fail: Reducing white collar crime through the control of opportunities for deviance (2014). Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy: 2014 Symposium Issue.
Texting and social networks (2014). In C. Marcum & G. Higgins (Eds.), Social Networking as a Criminal Enterprise, (pp. 49-58). New York: CRC Press.
White Collar Crime in Housing: Mortgage Fraud in the United States (2012). El Paso, TX: LFB Scholarly.
Why Did You Become a Criminal Justice Professor:
After serving over 20 years as a juvenile justice practitioner, it was time to leave the field and complete my graduate degrees. Becoming a criminal justice professor allowed me to bring my experience into the classroom and connect with future practitioners in a very meaningful way.