Stephen Mouton is a native Houstonian. Mr. Mouton has been employed by Texas Southern University for more than 15 years. He has serviced in many position during that tenure. Mr. Mouton has been assigned as College Business Administrator since February 2015.
Mr. Mouton is married and has four children. Mr. Mouton’s wife attended TSU and graduated for the Thurgood Marshall School of Law. Mrs. Mouton has held the position of Assistant Dean for Student Services for the past twenty five year. Mr. Mouton was two children to graduate from Texas Southern University. Brian Mouton, BBA and Marissa Mouton, JD.
Mr. Mouton is proud to serve at Texas Southern University and the Barbara Jordan-Mickey Leland School of Public Affairs.
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Dr. Jasmine Drake is an Assistant Professor and laboratory coordinator of the Forensic Science Learning Laboratory in the Barbara Jordan- Mickey Leland School of Public Affairs Administration of Justice Department at Texas Southern University in Houston, Tx. Dr. Drake is a native of Baton Rouge, LA and obtained her Bachelors of Science Degree from Southern University. She later obtained her Doctorate in Chemistry from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, LA. Upon the completion of her graduate studies, Dr. Drake received a prestigious postdoctoral fellowship from the National Research Council (NRC) to work for over 3 years at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Center for neutron research in Gaithersburg, MD, where she investigated the synthesis and characterization of novel intermetallic solid state materials using neutron diffraction and scattering techniques. Continue reading
Departments: Urban Planning & Environmental Policy
Areas of Specialization:
Community and Regional Planning, Urban
Dr. Bumseok Chun PhD, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Urban Planning and Environmental Policy at Texas Southern University.
His research focuses on developing practically preventive intervention based on advanced scientific understanding of the environmental determinants by geospatial and statistical modeling. It also includes UHI modeling and analysis, urban climate change management, and 3-D environmental simulation. For the area of urban climate, he is currently working on GIS-based UHI analysis to resolve diverse environmental problems based on the relationships between three dimensional urban form and LST (land surface temperature) in the micro scale. Prior to joining at this place, he was a post-doctoral researcher in Center for Geographic Information Systems and a research scientist in Urban Climate Lab at Georgia Institute of Technology. He received his PhD from City and Regional Planning and MS from Civil, Environmental and Geodetic Engineering at The Ohio State University.
Administration of Justice
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Departments: Administration of Justice
Howard Henderson, PhD, is the Founding Director of the Center for Justice Research and professor of justice administration in the Barbara Jordan-Mickey Leland School of Public Affairs. Dr. Henderson is currently evaluating the Bureau of Justice Assistance and Mental Health Collaboration Program funded project with the Harris County Mental Health Jail Diversion Program designed to implement and expand community-based services to individuals with behavioral health issues through information sharing between the criminal justice system and community service providers. He is also serving as the chair of the MacArthur Foundation funded Houston Racial/Ethnic Disparities Committee Data Workgroup who have been charged with identifying, addressing, and improving racial and ethnic disparities across the criminal justice system, and to enhance communication and engage the community. Howard is also leading a research team in a large scale evaluation of the Houston Police Department Body Camera Program.
Most recently, Dr. Henderson completed the National Science Foundation-funded project with the Baylor College of Medicine’s Initiative on Neuroscience and Law that designed an iPAD risk assessment application that determined offender decision-making characteristics through a range of cognitive traits. He is a former member of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Multidisciplinary Advisory Board overseeing the U.S. Department of Justice – U.S. Department of Labor’s Prison Reentry Initiative. Dr. Henderson also was an instructor in the United States Department of State’s International Law Enforcement Academy (ILEA). In previous work, he has examined the effect of perceived procedural justice and legitimacy on inmate behavior, predictive equity among risk assessment instruments, and a host of criminal justice programs
Dr. Henderson received his BS in criminal justice administration from Middle Tennessee State University, his masters of criminal justice from Tennessee State University, and his PhD in Criminal Justice from Sam Houston State University.