L. Curtis Johnson
L. Curtis Johnson is currently an Instructor in Sociology at Kent State University. Professor Johnson received his Master of Social Work (MSW) from Howard University School of Social Work in 2002. While studying his MSW, he received the Intramural Research Training Award and worked as an Intern at the National Institutes of Health, National Cancer Institute as a Research Fellow. He received his B.A. in Criminal Justice Studies from Kent State University in 1990. Previously, he was an Assistant Professor and Field Coordinator at Central State University (HBCU) where he served in the School of Social Work for two years. He also taught at The Ohio State University, College of Social Work where he served as an Adjunct Professor.
While teaching at The Ohio State University College of Social Work, Professor Johnson received the Distinguished Adjunct Professor of the year award in 2006. Professor Johnson has more than 23 years of professional work experience within the Criminal Justice System, Child and Family Welfare, and Mental Health Services. He was previously employed as a Probation/Parole Officer, Bail Bondsman, In Home Family Therapist, Juvenile Correctional Officer, Social Worker, Prosecutor's Investigator, Security Officer, Detention Specialist, Drug and Alcohol Counselor, and a Case Manager serving mentally ill criminal offenders.
- Introduction to Justice Studies
- Treatment Methods
- Human Services Agencies and the Law
- Crisis Intervention
- Minorities in Crime and Justice
OFFICEDepartment of Sociology
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