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Annelise M Mennicke

Assistant Professor

Annelise Mennicke, Ph.D., is a violence prevention researcher, focusing on sexual assault on college campuses and women who are incarcerated. Earning her Ph.D. in social work from Florida State University in 2015, she has an extensive publishing record, which aims to create a world where people live free from violence.

John M. Stogner

Associate Professor

John Stogner, Ph.D. is an associate professor of Criminal Justice and Criminology at UNC Charlotte. Dr. Stogner also holds an appointment as an associate professor of Public Policy and is president of the Southern Criminal Justice Association. His teaching and research generally focuses on substance use with the primary emphasis being novel and emerging drug issues.

Kent L. Brintnall

Associate Professor, Religious Studies; Affiliate Faculty, Women's & Gender Studies

Kent L. Brintnall (B.A., Fort Hays State University; J.D., Northeastern University School of Law; M.A., Pacific School of Religion; Ph.D., Emory University) joined the UNC Charlotte faculty in fall 2008 after serving as the inaugural post-doctoral fellow in religion and sexuality and a lecturer in film studies at Emory University.

Michael Turner

Professor and Chair

Michael G. Turner, Ph.D., is a Professor and Chair of the Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. He received his Ph.D. in criminal justice from the University of Cincinnati in 2000. His research interests generally involve understanding how delinquency and victimization evolve over the life course.

Richard D. McAnulty

Associate Professor

Richard McAnulty is a clinical psychologist and associate professor of psychology with over 30 years of experience. His recognized expertise is in sexual deviation, sexual offending, and sexual misconduct. He also has expertise in clinical psychology and psychopathology (mental disorders).