Dr. Ihekwoaba D. Onwudiwe

Professor
Ph.D., Florida State University
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Departments: Administration of Justice

Areas of Specialization:
African Criminology, Community Policing, Counter Insurgency Policing/Informal Policing, Homeland Security, Human Trafficking, Security Strategies and Intelligence, Terrorism, Theories of Crime and Justice

Curriculum Vitae

Dr. I.D. Onwudiwe received his Ph.D. degree from the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Florida State University. Currently, Dr. Onwudiwe is Professor of Administration of Justice in the Barbara Jordan-Mickey Leland School of Public Affairs at Texas Southern University.

His research has focused primarily on terrorism, policing, strategic security, and theoretical criminology. He has published many scholarly articles, and he is the author of the Globalization of Terrorism, a book that was listed by Amazon.com as one of the Top 100 books on Terrorism. Dr. Onwudiwe also co-authored International Patterns of Community Policing, published in 2009 by CRC Press, a division of Taylor and Francis. Dr. Onwudiwe has been a valued member of the Department of Administration of Justice (DAJ) since 2005. He has served as both the Director of the Graduate Program and Chair of the DAJ. Additionally, Dr. Onwudiwe provides strategic security solutions and advice to government agencies and organizations in homeland defense, counterterrorism, and community policing. Dr. Onwudiwe believes in research, excellent teaching, and mentoring of his students.

Dr. David Baker

Associate Professor Administration of Justice
Ph.D., York University
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Departments: Administration of Justice

Areas of Specialization:
Crime and the Media, Human Trafficking, Race, Social Control, Social Justice, Terrorism, White Collar Crime

Curriculum Vitae

David Baker is an Associate Professor in the Administration of Justice Department at the Barbara Jordan- Mickey Leland School of Public Affairs at Texas Southern University; prior to he held academic appointments at the University of Toledo. He received his Ph.D. at York University Department of Sociology Toronto, Canada.

Dr. Baker is on the editorial Board for the International Journal of Criminal Justice Sciences, the African Journal of Criminology and Justice Studies and the International Journal of Criminology and Sociology Theory. He has two books and several articles published. Most recently he published in the International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, entitled “Crime Views on Two Continents: An exploratory Study of Views Toward crime, Criminals, Treatment, and Punishment”. About the same time, he published “The Views of Black and White College Students Towards Gays and Lesbians” in the Journal of Black Studies.