College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Dr. Tamara Mouras has an academic background which includes: Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and Master of Science in Criminal Justice. Dr. Mouras also earned her Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Public Service Leadership with a specialization in Criminal Justice. Dr. Mouras is a veteran and served as an Operations Specialist abroad the USS Nimitz (CVN-68) and was a member of the U.S. Navy Track and Field Team. Dr. Mouras' teaching background includes over 10 years in higher education in which she has taught in a board spectrum of topics to include: Terrorism in the 21st Century, International and Domestic Terrorism, Ethnic and Cultural Diversity, Ethics in Justice, Violence and Gangs, Law Enforcement Management, Introduction to Criminal Justice, Political Science, Community Policing, Criminalist, Criminology, Criminal Procedures, Critical Issues in Criminal Justice, and Victimization. Her research subject matter areas of interest include: radicalization process, prison radicalization, theories on radicalization and terrorism, criminology, and domestic terrorism.
Some personal and interesting information about Dr. Tamara Mouras is that she is an avid athlete and trains roughly 5-6 times per week. Dr. Mouras is also a certified Kettlebell and Battle Ropes Instructor. She loves to run and train as this starts her day on a positive note.