- Associate Professor, Criminology & Criminal Justice Division
- Ph.D., Criminology, University of South Florida
- M.S., Criminal Justice, Eastern Kentucky University
- B.A., Sociology, with emphasis in Criminology, Ohio University
Danielle McGurrin is an Assistant Professor of Criminology in the Division of Criminology and Criminal Justice. She earned her Ph.D. in Criminology from the University of South Florida and taught in the Department of Sociology and Criminology at Stonehill College in Massachusetts (2002-2007) before joining the CCJ Division in the fall of 2007.
Danielle has a broad academic interest in the oversight/enforcement practices and penalty assessments of U.S. regulatory agencies. Currently, she is researching OSHA's enforcement strategies and penalty assessments in the apparel industry. In the community, Danielle is offering the Division's first Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program course which brings together college and incarcerated students as peers in learning for an academic term.
Curriculum Vita (pdf)
Faculty Research Spotlight
Course Spotlight: CCJ 410
Finding the Right Internship
CCJ 410: Domestic Violence (Campus and Coffee Creek Correctional Facility)
- CCJ 404: Internship (Campus and Internship Agency/Organization Site)
- CCJ 410: Crimes of the Powerful (White Collar Crime) (CCJ Online)
CCJ 200: Criminology (Campus)