School of Criminal Justice
Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice
273C DeVos Center Phone: (616) 331-7178
School of Criminal Justice Fax: (616) 331-7155
Grand Valley State University Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
410 W. Fulton St.
Grand Rapids, MI 49504
Dr. Jacquelynn A. Doyon is new to Grand Valley State University, joining the School of Criminal Justice in 2012. She completed her undergraduate studies at Carthage College in Kenosha, Wisconsin, graduating with a B.A. in Criminal Justice, Sociology and Political Science. She earned both her M.A. and Ph.D. in Sociology with an emphasis in Criminology from Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Before coming to GVSU, Jacquelynn served as adjunct faculty at both Western Michigan University and Central Michigan University for over four years. She has taught a wide variety of courses, covering topics on custodial institutions, criminology, juvenile justice and delinquency, women in the criminal justice system, and social justice. This fall, Jacquelynn will be teaching Justice and Society (CJ 101), Criminology (CJ 201), and Youth, Culture and Crime (CJ 355).
Jacquelynn’s research interests include green criminology, state and corporate crime, juvenile delinquency & justice, and the study of race and crime. She recently contributed the chapter “Criminalization and Controversy: Arizona’s New Immigration Law” to the edited volume Dimensions of Crime as a Social Problem. Her most current research projects focus primarily on environmental crime, including such topics as the illegal trafficking of electronic waste, international policies and procedures on global warming, and the controversial practice of hydraulic fracturing (“fracking”).
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