Ph.D (IP) Criminology
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Kenethia Fuller received her B.S. in criminal justice and her M.A. in Criminology and Criminal Justice from the University of Maryland, Eastern Shore. While working at FSU, she has been pursuing her Ph.D. in Criminology from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, and will graduate in December of 2011. Her research interests focus on psychological criminology and co-offending. More specifically, her dissertation focuses on the impact of the Five Factor Model of personality on both offending and co-offending.
Mrs. Fuller's practical work experience includes six years of teaching criminology and criminal justice at the college level. In addition, she has worked as a counselor and educator for a bullying prevention program for middle school students. While working as a mobile therapy counselor she was involved in behavioral treatment planning and Summer Treatment Programs for juveniles with diagnosed behavioral disorders. She also worked with high school students in Upward Bound for four years.