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Nik Roberts

Contributing Faculty

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

School of Criminal Justice

Degree ProgramM.S. Criminal Justice

Dr. Roberts has over 10 years of college teaching experience and is a member of several dissertation committees for Ph.D. candidates in Criminal Justice and Public Policy and Administration. Dr. Roberts' academic interests include corrections education, administrative segregation, restorative justice, sentinel event analysis, criminological theories, veterans issues, and militarism. As a qualitative methodologist, he supervises students doing phenomenology, archival research, narrative inquiry, thematic analysis, oral history, and constructivist grounded theory. Honorably discharged from the Army National Guard, Dr. Roberts previously worked for the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections and the U.S. Library of Congress' Teaching with Primary Sources program.

Courses Taught

CRJS 9000 - Dissertation

PPPA 9000 - Dissertation

CRJS 8351 - Policy Analysis in Criminal Justice

CRJS 2001 - Criminology and Social Control

CRJS 1001 - Contemporary Criminal Justice Systems


PhD, Saybrook University - Oakland, CA United States

Post-master's Certificate, Saybrook University - Oakland, CA

MS, California University of Pennsylvania - California, PA United States

BA, California University of Pennsylvania - California, PA United States

BS, California University of Pennsylvania - California , PA United States

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