PhD, Criminal Justice, University at Albany, 2003; MA, Criminal Justice, University at Albany, 1999.
I study political geography, with a particular focus on structures of violence and its effects on Indigenous culture and their environment. In addition, I research the memorialization of landscapes of violence, my present work being undertaken in the Río Negro region of Guatemala.
I have 40 years of experience in psychiatric nursing and nursing education in a variety of settings and roles, from mental health units in general hospitals to state psychiatric hospitals to psychiatric emergency units to community mental health centers, with roles including staff nurse, charge nurse, supervisor, clinical nurse specialist, and nursing liaison.
I have worked for Kent State for 15 years. Now I am the Director of the International Initiatives at the College of Nursing.
- Advanced Health Care Statistics 1
- Advanced Health Care Statistics 2
- Research Methodology
- Individual Investigation