Everette B. Penn
Graduate: Juvenile Justice Issues and Practice (Ph.D.); Prevention and Control of Juvenile Crime (Ph.D.); Special Topics: Race and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice (Ph.D.); Special Topics: Texas Juvenile Justice: Past, Present, and Future (Ph.D.); Ethics (Web Course); Foundations of Criminal Justice (Web Course); Management of Juvenile Justice (Web Course); Community Building; Race and Crime; Homeland Security; Prevention and Control of Crime; Egypt in Transition (Study Abroad in Egypt); Thesis (served as a committee member on eight).
Walpool, D. (2002). Ethics codes and private residential contractors.
Nash, L. (2003). Mentoring as a strategy for substance use prevention for African American and Latino youth.
Dunaway, P. (2003). Major consequences for minor offenses: An evaluation of the Adults Relating to Kids (ARK) Program.
Undergraduate: Criminological Theory; Introduction to Criminal Justice; Criminology; Race and Justice; Race and Gender Issues in Criminal Justice; Criminal Investigations; Contemporary Issues; Crime and Public Policy; Comparative Justice; Gangs; Homeland Security; Juvenile Delinquency; Juvenile Justice; Prevention and Control of Crime; Internship.