Miriam Sealock joined the department in 2000 after receiving her B.A, M.A., and Ph.D. from University of Maryland College Park. Her teaching and research specializations include Criminal Justice, policing, delinquency prevention & treatment and criminological theory.
Rrecent publications include:
Generalizing General Strain Theory: An Examination of an Offending Population, Justice Quarterly (with Nicole L. Piquero)
Unraveling Bias in Arrest Decisions: The Role of Juvenile Offender Type-Scripts, Justice Quarterly (with Sally S. Simpson)