| Wanda Hunter, Ph.D.
Visiting Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice
Office: Dawson Hicks 240
Phone: (870) 575-8996
1200 North University Drive, Mail Slot 4988
Pine Bluff, AR 71601
Ph.D. in Sociology (2012): Southern Illinois University-Carbondale
M.A. in Criminal Justice (2003): University of Arkansas at Little Rock
B.B.A. in Business/Marketing (2001): Henderson State University
A.A.S. in Early Childhood Program Administration (2000): Pulaski Technical College
CRJU 2350 Into to Criminal Justice, CRJU 2355 Intro to Corrections, CRJU 3343 Juvenile delinquency, SOCI 1320 Intro to Social Science
Dr. Hunter's research focuses on reintegrative shaming, masculinity and cultural homogeneity. She concentrates her studies on black males who served time in adult prison as a juvenile. Her objective is to explore reintegration experiences for this group. She intends to delve deeper into the themes that involve masculinity, shaming and cultural homogeneity and how they affect the reintegration process.