Pearl Jacobs is an Associate Professor of Criminal Justice. Her research interests
and publications include the expansion of practical professional experiences for students
and women in the criminal justice system, law enforcement administration and management. 

Dr. Jacobs teaches courses in both the undergraduate and graduate programs in Criminal
Justice. 

Articles

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Engaging Students in Online Courses, Criminal Justice Faculty Publications (2014)

Online education is gradually being incorporated into college and university programs. It is proving to...

 
The Challenges of Online Courses for the Instructor, Research in Higher Education Journal (2013)
 

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The Challenges of Online Courses for the Instructor, Criminal Justice Faculty Publications (2013)

Universities across the country are steadily increasing their use of online courses. Society's demand for...

 

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The Never Ending Attraction of the Ponzi Scheme (with Linda Schain), Criminal Justice Faculty Publications (2011)

In the 1920’s, Charles Ponzi engaged in a notorious money making scheme. This scheme had...

 

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Alcohol Abuse in the Workplace: Developing a Workable Plan of Action (with Linda Schain), Criminal Justice Faculty Publications (2010)

Businesses readily acknowledge that employees who use illegal drugs pose a significant risk to the...

 

Contributions to Books

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The Challenge of Prison Overcrowding and Recidivism, Criminal Justice Faculty Publications (2005)

The state of Connecticut is currently dealing with a growing prison population. Ex-offenders face enormous...

 

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