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Faculty and Staff

Anthropology, Sociology, and Criminology Faculty

In the Department of Anthropology, Sociology, and Criminology we have engaged scholar/teachers who are accomplishing a great deal and also providing excellent hands-on opportunities to their students.


 Department Chair and Associate Chair

Sharon Lindhorst Everhardt

Chair of Anthropology, Sociology, and Criminology

Associate Professor of Sociology

Office: 327 McCall Hall
Telephone: 334-808-6575
Email: severhardt@troy.edu

Education
Ph.D. in Sociology, Wayne State University
M.A. in Sociology, University of Toledo
B.A. in Sociology, University of Toledo

Areas of Expertise
Race, Class, Gender, and Clinical/Applied Sociology

Biography

Dr. Everhardt joined the Troy faculty in 2014. She teaches at both the undergraduate and graduate level. Her main research interests include the study of race, class, and gender, especially disenfranchised populations of women. She is currently researching the impact of horticultural programs on nutritional knowledge and food insecurity among female inmates in women’s correctional facilities. She has secured over $75,000 in USDA funding to support her gardens projects.

Further areas of interest include housing, homeownership, self-sufficiency programs for low-income populations, and volunteerism. She enjoys incorporating service learning into her classes to allow students to gain real world understanding of the topics they are studying. Dr. Everhardt was the recipient of the 2015 and the 2018 Troy-Montgomery Faculty Excellence Award.  She was also 2017 Teacher of the Year for the Troy Montgomery Campus.

Courses taught at the undergraduate level

  • Introduction to Sociology
  • Social Aspects of Human Sexuality
  • Minorities in the U.S. Structure
  • Research Methods in the Social Sciences
  • Social Stratification
  • Urban Sociology
  • Sociological Theory
  • Senior Seminar

Courses taught at the graduate level

  • Introduction to College Teaching in the Social Sciences
  • Minorities in U.S. Structure
  • Social Inequality
Stephen Carmody

Associate Chair And Graduate Coordinator

Assistant Professor Of Anthropology

Office: MSCX building, room 132D
Telephone: 1-334-808-6850
Email: scarmody@troy.edu

Information on Field Projects: Summer School in Classical Archaeology

Education
Ph.D. in Anthropology, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
M.A. in Anthropology, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
B.S. in Anthropology, College of Charleston
Minor in Archaeology

Areas of Expertise
Anthropological Archaeology, Paleoethnobotany, Origins of Agriculture, Prehistoric Religious Systems, Food Justice

Biography
Dr. Carmody is an anthropological archaeologist whose research focuses on the prehistoric use of plants in both religious and economic contexts in the southeastern U.S. His specialization in paleoethnobotany allows him to use plant remains recovered from archaeological sites as a lens into the human-environmental dynamics of the past. His primary research interests involve exploring the cultural and social consequences of the origins of agriculture, past, present, and future. He also explores the use of plants in ritual and religious ceremonies. Stephen has worked on or led archaeological excavations in Alabama, South Carolina, Tennessee, and West Virginia.

Courses taught at the undergraduate level

  • Introduction to Anthropology
  • Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
  • Food Justice
  • Archaeology of Death and Burial
  • High Civilizations of the Old World
  • Introduction to Social Science Theory
  • Anthropology of Sex and Gender

Courses taught at the graduate level

  • Seminar in the Social Sciences
  • Magic, Witchcraft and Religion


Anthropology

Bill Grantham

Associate Dean for Administration, College of Arts and Sciences

Professor of Anthropology

Office: MSCX building, room 115
Telephone: 1-334-670-3637
Email: bgranth@troy.edu

Education
Ph.D. in Anthropology, Northwestern University
M. A. in Anthropology, University of Alabama
B. A.  in Anthropology, University of Alabama at Birmingham 
A. A. in Liberal Arts,  Jefferson State College

Areas of Expertise
Zooarchaeology, Southeastern US Archaeology, Near Eastern Archaeology, Near Eastern Ethnography, Ethnoarchaeology, Ethnicity and Social Identity,  Native American Societies of the Southeastern U.S., Religion, Culture and Sound

Biography
Originally from Birmingham, Alabama, Dr. Grantham joined the Troy University faculty in 1994. He spent much of the late 1980s and most of the 1990s conducting ethnographic and archaeological research in Israel. He also has provided analysis and consultation for archaeological research teams working in Jordan, Syria, Turkey, and Yemen. In addition to his work in the Near East, Dr. Grantham spent several years working with Native American groups researching their mythology and legends. He also has participated in numerous excavations in the southeastern U. S.

Courses taught at the undergraduate level

  • Introduction to Anthropology
  • Cultural Anthropology
  • North American Indians Since Contact
  • Language and Culture
  • Social Anthropology
  • Native American Religions
  • High Civilizations of the Old World
  • Forensic Osteology
  • Anthropological Theory
  • Applications of Social Science Inquiry
  • Social Science Theory
  • Social Science Senior Seminar
  • Principles of Cultural Geography
  • Sociology for General Studies

Courses taught at the graduate level

  • High Civilizations of the Old World
  • Specialized Study in Anthropology
  • Advanced Readings in Anthropology
  • Selected Topics in Anthropology
Angela Dautartas

Assistant Professor of Anthropology

Office: MSCX building, room 132F
Telephone: 334-808-3442
Email: adautartas@troy.edu

Education
Ph.D. in Anthropology, University of Tennessee
M.A. in Anthropology, University of Tennessee
B.S. in Anthropology, Radford University     
Minor in forensic science

Areas of Expertise
Biological Anthropology, Forensic Anthropology, Postmortem Interval, Human Decomposition

Biography
Dr. Dautartas joined the Troy faculty in 2020 and teaches at the undergraduate level. She is a biological anthropologist who specializes in forensic anthropology. She has assisted on forensic casework in Virginia, Tennessee, Kentucky, and Mississippi.

Her research focuses on understanding the complex processes of human decomposition to better estimate the postmortem interval. Her interests include application of novel statistical methods to forensic and bioarchaeological questions. Recently her work has focused on new ways to model disease in past human populations, specifically those of Bronze-Age China.

Courses Taught at the Undergraduate Level

  • Introduction to Anthropology
  • Physical Anthropology
  • Statistics in the Social Sciences


Sociology

Annette Marie Allen

Associate Professor of Sociology

Office: MSCX building, room 135
Telephone: 1-334-808-6595
Email: aallen40379@troy.edu

On Leave

Education
Ph.D. in Sociology, University of North Texas
Major area: Family and Life Cycles Certification in Aging
M.A. in Sociology, University of Houston
B.S. in Sociology, Indiana University South Bend

Areas of Expertise
Sociology of Aging, Gerontology, Urban Sociology, Death and Dying, Medical Sociology, Family and Life Cycle, Race and Ethnic Relations, Sexuality

Biography
Dr. Allen joined the Troy faculty in 1993 as an adjunct on the Montgomery Campus.  In 2006 she joined the faculty as a full-time Associate Professor of Sociology and took on the role of Assistant Dean of Administration in the College of Arts and Sciences in 2012.   Dr. Allen served as the Division Chair of the Division of Social Sciences from 2013-2019. 

Her current research interests include AIDS and Aging, Death and Dying, Racial Issues in Society, and Leadership Styles of Women.  Dr. Allen has supervised a number of student internships and integrates service learning into her classes when possible.  Dr. Allen has presented over 40 papers at a variety of sociology and gerontology academic conferences and has three publications. 

Courses taught at the undergraduate level

  • Introduction to Sociology
  • Social Problems
  • Sociology of Aging
  • Gerontology
  • Death and Dying
  • Medical Sociology
  • Minorities in the U.S. Social Structure
  • Urban Sociology
  • Marriage and Family Relations


Courses taught at the graduate level 

  • Social Science Seminar
  • Minorities in the U.S. Social Structure
  • Sociology of Health, Medicine and Illness
  • Death and Dying
Jeneve Brooks

Associate Professor Of Sociology

Office: MSCX building, room 132E
Telephone:  334-808-6756
Email: jrbrooks@troy.edu

Education
Ph.D. in Sociology, Fordham University
M.S. in Social Research, Hunter College
B.S. in Human Service Studies, Cornell University

Areas of Expertise
Peace Movement Mobilization through Protest Music, Race Relations/Inequality, and Visual Sociology

Biography
Dr. Brooks started at Troy University in 2010 and has published in a variety of outlets on her research, especially on her original music database tracking over 3,500 anti-war songs. She also organizes Dialogues on Race Relations’ events and has served as a co-investigator on the Dothan Community Survey Analytical Report. She is committed to increasing student engagement/research by publishing in Teaching Sociology, obtaining the International Center on Non-Violent Conflict’s Curriculum Fellowship, and mentoring students to present at conferences.

As a community organizer/social change agent, Dr. Brooks has a heart for service. She founded the annual Wiregrass Blues Fest, securing over $81K in grant and private monies for the festival’s educational programs. She is also the recipient of various awards such as the Troy University Libraries’ Token Book Award, the Troy-Dothan Faculty Excellence Award, and the City of Dothan's Award for Service and Excellence.

Courses taught at the undergraduate level

  • Introduction to Sociology
  • Collective Behavior and Social Movements
  • Political Sociology
  • Popular Culture and Mass Media
  • Research Methods in the Social Sciences
  • Social Stratification
  • Society and the Environment
  • Sociological Theory
  • Visual Sociology


Courses taught at the graduate level

  • Peace, Conflict, and Human Rights
  • Research Methods
  • Social Theory
  • Sociology of Gender


Criminology

Halil Akbas

Assistant Professor of Criminology

Office: 320B McCall Hall
Telephone: 334-808-6207
Email: hakbas@troy.edu

Education
Ph.D. in Criminal Justice
M.S. University of Louisville
B.S. Turkish National Police Academy

Areas of Expertise
Policing, Homeland Security, Comparative Criminal Justice, Border Security

Biography
Dr. Akbas joined the Troy faculty in 2018. He teaches both the undergraduate and graduate level. His main research interests include policing strategies, immigration, human trafficking, and terrorism. He is currently conducting research on the impact of Syrian refugees on people’s security threat and fear of crime perceptions. He has twenty-years of professional experience in various law enforcement fields in Turkey including immigration, human trafficking, border security, refugee and asylum seeking. Related to these fields, he served as a director in numerous national and European Union projects.

Courses taught at the undergraduate level

  • Survey of Law Enforcement
  • Research Methods in Social Science
  • Foundations of Intelligence
  • Criminal Justice Issues in Homeland Security
  • Transnational Organized Crime

Courses taught at the graduate level

  • Survey of Research Methods
  • Seminar in Law Enforcement
  • Seminar in Homeland Security
  • Transportation and Border Security
Jessica Childs

Lecturer Criminology

Office: 324 McCall Hall
Telephone: 334-808-6129
Email: jcotton2351@troy.edu

Education
M.S. in Criminal Justice, Troy University
B.S. in Criminal Justice, Troy University
Paralegal Studies Certificate, Troy University

Areas of Expertise
Victimology, Law Enforcement, Drugs/Alcohol

Biography
Ms. Jessica Childs joined the Troy University faculty in 2008. She teaches Criminal Justice courses at the undergraduate level. Prior to becoming a faculty member, Mrs. Childs was the departmental secretary. During her undergraduate years at Troy University, she was on the National Dean’s list, received the Victor Ortloff Scholarship and was a member of the Alpha Phi Sigma National Honor Society and Lambda Alpha Epsilon. As a graduate student, Jessica served as a Graduate Administrative Assistant and President of the Alpha Phi Sigma National Honor Society, Tau Sigma Epsilon Chapter. She also holds the position of advisor for the Troy University chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma as well as being an academic advisor in the department.

Areas of interest include; victimology, drugs and alcohol, death penalty and law enforcement. She has made various presentations at numerous academic conferences to include the Southern Criminal Justice Association. She also attended a National Victims’ Assistance conference in Washington, DC and a National Advisors meeting for Alpha Phi Sigma in New Orleans, LA.  Mrs. Childs was nominated for the Ingalls Award for Classroom Teaching Excellence in 2018. Jessica is also on the Board of Directors for Victims of Crime and Leniency (VOCAL). She resides in Brundidge, Alabama with her husband Kevin, her daughter Whitney, and son Harrison.

Courses taught at the undergraduate level

  • Introduction to Criminal Justice
  • Survey of Law Enforcement
  • Survey of Corrections
  • Introduction to Legal Studies
  • Victimology
  • Drugs, Alcohol and Criminal Justice
  • Advanced Victimology
  • Ethics in Criminal Justice
  • Field Experiences in Law Enforcement
  • Field Experiences in Criminal Justice
  • Cybercrime
  • Death Penalty and Sex Crimes
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Assistant Professor of Criminology

Office: 320F McCall Hall (MSCX)
Telephone: 334-670-3755
Email: ofenny@troy.edu

Education
Ph.D. in Criminology, University of Texas at Dallas
M.S. in Criminal Justice, University of Birmingham at Alabama
B.L. (J.D.)  Nigerian Law School, Lagos. Nigeria
LL.B. (Hons), University of Benin, Nigeria

Areas of Expertise
Juvenile delinquency, Race, Gender, and International criminology

Biography
Dr. Fenny joined the Troy faculty in 2019. She is an Attorney licensed to practice law in Nigeria and was admitted to the Alabama state bar in 2010. She teaches at both the undergraduate and graduate level. She is also the faculty advisor for the Troy chapter of Lambda Alpha Epsilon. Her primary research interests are juvenile delinquency, international criminology, gender, race, and religion. Her recent publication appears in the International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology.

 Courses taught at the undergraduate level

  • Criminology
  • Constitutional Law
  • Deviant behavior
  • Juvenile Justice
  • Careers in Criminal Justice
  • Introduction to Criminal Justice
  • Evidence

Courses taught at the graduate level

  • Criminological theory
  • Criminal Law and Procedure
  • Seminar in Special Topics: Race and Crime
  • Administrative Law
David Horuiuchi

Lecturer Criminology

Office: 1510 Whitewater Ave, Ste 402F
Telephone: 334-448-5242
Email: dhoriuchi@troy.edu

Education
Master of Public Administration (Justice Administration), Columbus State University
B.S. Criminal Justice, Columbus State University

Areas of Expertise
Law Enforcement

Biography
Mr. Horiuchi came to Troy University in 2002 as an Adjunct Instructor while working as a Police Officer for the Columbus, GA Police Department.  In 2008, he left the police department and accepted a position as a full-time Lecturer at Troy University.

As a police officer, Mr. Horiuchi worked in all facets of law enforcement including Patrol, DUI Task Force, Crime Suppression, Narcotics & Vice, and Support Services.  He worked in the multi-state Metro Narcotics Task Force conducting undercover and tactical operations.  Mr. Horiuchi was Officer of the Month and Officer of the Year in 2002 for apprehending and providing life saving first aid to an escaped inmate from the Muscogee County Jail.

Mr. Horiuchi was a competitive pistol shooter in college (see ACJA-LAE) and for the Columbus Police Department.  He was a member of the Georgia Governors Twenty (top twenty law enforcement shooters in Georgia), an ACJA-LAE Regional and National Champion, and a Regional Champion in the Southeastern Police & Fire Olympics. 

Mr. Horiuchi has sat on numerous boards for community organizations and is still active in the Fraternal Order of Police.

Courses taught at the undergraduate level

  • Introduction to Criminal Justice
  • Careers in Criminal Justice
  • Survey of Law Enforcement
  • Survey of Corrections
  • Survey of Law and Criminal Procedure
  • Criminal Justice Administration
  • Psychology for Criminal Justice Officials
  • Juvenile Justice
  • Criminology
  • Constitutional Law in Criminal Justice
  • History of Criminal Justice
  • Ethics in Criminal Justice
  • Selected Topics in Criminal Justice
  • Terrorism
  • Criminal Investigation
  • Current Issues in Law Enforcement
  • Criminal Justice Issues in Homeland Security
  • Senior Seminar in Criminal Justice
David Kirkland

Lecturer Criminology

Office: Everett Hall Room 109,
Dothan, Alabama 36303
Telephone: 1-334-983-6556-1317
Email: dkirkland@troy.edu
 

Education
BS degree from University of Montevallo.
MS degree from Troy State University
Graduate of the FBI National Academy

Biography
I have over 32 years with the Dothan, Al Police Department.  I retired with the rank of Lieutenant.  I have experience in the Patrol division as a patrol officer, a sergeant, and a lieutenant.  For most of my career I worked in the Criminal Investigation Department, (CID), both as a sergeant investigator and as the Lieutenant in charge of the division.  I also worked as a lieutenant in charge of training and special operations. 

I have taught criminal justice courses at Troy University, Dothan campus for 17 years as an adjunct, and for five years full time.
My areas of interest are law enforcement, constitutional law and Supreme Court decisions, terrorism and gangs.

Robert Mathis

Lecturer Criminology

Office: Global
Telephone: 229-886-7879
Email: rmathis7064@troy.edu

Education
Ph.D. in Public Safety, Capella University
M.P.A. in Justice Administration, Columbus State University
B.S. in Criminal Justice, Columbus State University

Areas of Expertise
Certification of Law Enforcement and Training

Biography
Dr. Mathis joined the Troy faculty in 2007. He teaches at the undergraduate level. His main research interests include certifications of law enforcement and training. In addition, he researches policy making efforts of criminal justice professionals.  He coordinated an effort between the Peace Officers and Standards Division of Georgia with Troy to get credit hours transferred for use to the P.O.S.T. Division for officers taking Troy classes.  This assist officers in maintaining their certification with getting credit for any Troy classes they are taking.   

Courses taught at the undergraduate level

  • Introduction to Criminal Justice
  • Survey of Law Enforcement
  • Survey of Corrections
  • Survey of Law and Criminal Procedure
  • Criminal Justice Administration
  • Juvenile Justice
  • Security Operations
  • Criminology
  • Deviant Behavior
  • Gangs
  • Constitutional law in Criminal Justice
  • Victimology
  • History of Criminal Justice
  • Research Methods
  • Correctional Systems and Practice
  • Comparative Criminal Justice
  • Terrorism
  • Current Issues in Correctional Operations and Administration
  • Senior Seminar in Criminal Justice
Donna Oliver

Lecturer Criminology

Office: 324B McCall Hall
Telephone: 334-808-6200
Email: doliver@troy.edu

Education
Paralegal Certification, Troy University-Dothan
M.S. in Criminal Justice, Troy University
B.S. in Criminal Justice, Troy University

Biography
Mrs. Oliver joined Troy University in 1991, and transitioned to full time faculty in 2008. She teaches at the undergraduate level. Her main interests include corrections, the Criminal Justice system, juveniles, homicide, careers in criminal justice, internship placement for students, and self-defense for women and children.  

She attended the Senator Tommy Burks Tennessee Victims Assistance Academy in 2009 and served as the Curriculum Development Coordinator for the State Victim Assistance Academy Initiative Grant for Troy University, 2008-2010.  Mrs. Oliver was the recipient of the 2004 Vergil Parks McKinley Employee Award and the 2017-2018 Teresa Penn Rodgers Excellence in Student Advising Award.

Courses taught at the undergraduate level

  • Introduction to Criminal Justice
  • Survey of Corrections
  • Psychology for Criminal Justice Officials
  • Juvenile Justice
  • Private and Public Security Administration
  • Homicide
  • Correctional Systems and Practices
  • Selected Topics (Serial Killers, Gangs, Criminalistics)
  • Community Corrections
  • Internship in a Criminal Justice Agency
  • Senior Seminar in Criminal Justice
  • Self Defense for Women
Gregory Orvis

Associate Professor of Criminology

Office: 320E McCall Hall
Telephone: 334-670-3756
Email: gorvis@troy.edu

Education
Ph.D. – University of Houston
JD. – Tulane University

Research Interests
Constitutional Law and Ethics.

Biography
Dr. Gregory P. Orvis is an Associate Professor in the Criminal Justice Department at  Troy University. Dr. Orvis earned his PhD in Political Science from the University of Houston and his JD in Law from Tulane University.  He practiced law for many years in New Orleans, before pursuing a teaching career first as an Assistant Professor at the University of Alabama in Birmingham and then as an Associate Professor at the University of Texas in Tyler.  His research interests are primarily in Constitutional Law and Ethics.  Dr. Orvis has published over a score of articles, some in such prestigious journals as American Journal of Criminal Justice, Justice Quarterly, and Harvard Law and Policy Review.

Courses taught at the undergraduate level

  • Introduction to Sociology
  • Collective Behavior and Social Movements
  • Political Sociology
  • Popular Culture and Mass Media
  • Research Methods in the Social Sciences
  • Social Stratification
  • Society and the Environment
  • Sociological Theory
  • Visual Sociology

Courses taught at the graduate level

  • Peace, Conflict, and Human Rights
  • Research Methods
  • Social Theory
  • Sociology of Gender
Jeff Rush

Coordinator, Master of Science in Criminal Justice

Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice

Office: 320F McCall Hall
Telephone: 334-670-3755
Email: rushj@troy.edu

Education
D.P.A. – The University of Alabama
MS Criminal Justice – The University of Alabama at Birmingham
MA Ed Leadership – The University of Alabama at Birmingham
BS Criminal Justice – The University of Alabama at Birmingham

Research Interests
Gangs, Human Trafficking, Policing, Leadership, Homeland and private security

Biography
With 32 years of university teaching, Dr. Jeff Rush joined the Troy faculty in 2012. He served as Chairman of the Division of Criminal Justice at Troy for six years.  Dr. Rush has been in law enforcement 42 years with seven years in juvenile justice and with his wife, The Warrior Goddess more than 30 years in private security. His private security experience includes Executive Protection, Event Security, Loss Prevention and Retail Security.

He is the co-author or co-editor of four books, and the author or co-author of numerous scholarly and professional articles and book chapters.  He is a graduate of SWOTT and certified as an Instructor/Trainer for Community Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE), ALICE, State and Local Terrorism Training (SLATT), and Valor for Blue. He is certified as a gang specialist by the National Gang Crime Research Center.  He has taught at law enforcement academies in Alabama, Tennessee, and Louisiana, for the Mississippi Gang Investigators Association and is a regular presenter to the UAB Department of Public Health’s Intentional Injury classes. He is a regular faculty member of the National Gang Crime Research Center’s annual international training conference.

A past president and Executive Secretary of the Southern Criminal Justice Association, he is currently the Chairman of the Police Section of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, and an Executive Counselor of the Security and Crime Prevention section. He previously served as the Chairman of the Juvenile Justice section.

Dr. Rush is also the Director of the Life Ministry team at a2 Church, the Vice Chairman of the Safety Ministry Alliance of Alabama, and a board member of the Faith Based Security Network.

He is also one-fourth of Your Security Guys, heard every Saturday morning from 0700-0800 on Talk 99.5 in Birmingham, online, on the I Heart Radio app and in podcast form.

 Courses taught at the undergraduate level

  • Gangs
  • Homeland Security
  • Emergency Management
  • Law Enforcement
  • Human Trafficking

Courses taught at the graduate level

  • Principles of Administration
  • Seminar in the Administration of Justice
  • Special Topics
  • Seminar in Homeland Security
  • Seminar in Law Enforcement
  • Terrorism


Digital Forensics

Gary Daniel

Professor of Practice
Digital Forensics

Office: MSCX building, room 215A
Telephone: 334-310-1605
Email: gdaniel22372@troy.edu

Education
D.B.A. in Computer and Information Security, Northcentral University
M.S. in Digital Forensics, University of Central Florida
B.S. in Criminal Justice, Troy University              

Areas of Expertise
Digital Forensics, Cyber Crime, Law Enforcement

Biography
Dr. Gary Daniel is a digital forensics analyst and a retired detective. He has worked in law enforcement for over thirty years, including the U.S. Army. He was certified by the Georgia Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST) and the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C) as an instructor. He managed a Digital Forensics Lab for a law enforcement agency in Georgia and has performed hundreds of forensic examinations at the request of local law enforcement agencies, District Attorney's Office's, Georgia State Probation officers, Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) agents, Internal Revenue Service (IRS) agents, and U.S. Immigration and Customs (ICE) agents. Dr. Daniel currently manages a digital forensics lab at Troy University and performs forensic examinations and consults with various law enforcement agencies nationwide. Dr. Daniel has been court qualified as an expert in digital forensics and has testified as an expert witness in cases ranging from fraud to murder

He is certified by the International Association of Forensic Computer Examiners (ISFCE) as a Certified Computer Examiner (CCE), the Digital Forensics Certification Board (DFCB) as a Digital Forensics Certified Practitioner (DFCP) and the National White Collar Crime Center as a Certified Cyber Crime Examiner (3CE). Dr. Daniel is a member of professional organizations, including the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS), International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists, High Technology Crime Investigation Association, and International Association of Cyber & Economic Crime Professionals.

Courses Taught at the Undergraduate Level

  • Computer Forensics
  • Digital Forensics I
  • Digital Forensics II
  • Cyber Crime
  • Digital Evidence Practicum
  • Social Media Investigations
  • Operating and File System Forensics
  • Seminar in Cyber Security