Dr. Stephanie Hays
Associate Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice
B.A., M.H.R, University of Oklahoma; M.A., Ph.D., University of Florida
Dr. Hays is co-author of “Investigating the Continuity of Sex Offending: Evidence from the Second Philadelphia Birth Cohort” (Justice Quarterly, 2009), “All Parents are to Blame (Except This One): Global Versus Specific Attitudes Related to Parental Responsibility Laws” (Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 2006), and “Parental Responsibility Statutes: An Organization and Policy Implications” (Journal of Law and Family Studies, 2005). She is co-author of the book chapter “Age Graded Pathways to Victimization and Offending Among Women and Girls” in Rethinking Gender, Crime and Justice: Feminist Perspectives (Oxford University Press, 2006). Dr. Hays also serves on campus as the IRB/IACUC chair.
Research Methods, Criminological Theory, Victimology, Survey of Criminology, Deviant Behavior, Rural Sociology, University Seminar, Criminal Justice Systems