Interested in making research methods accessible to students and practitioners in the criminal justice field. Continue to encourage students to get involved in research with the potential to complete a WTE. Personal research includes: understanding the relationship between marginal employment and crime, the experiential learning involved in criminal justice research, and recruitment of criminal justice practitioners in the state of Kansas.
C-TEL Certificate of Teaching and Learning 2014-2015
Jolicoeur, J. & Grant, E. (forthcoming). Form seeking function: An exploratory content analysis evaluation of the imagery contained in law enforcement agency police officer recruitment brochures. The Police Journal: Theory, Practice, and Principles.
Jolicoeur, J. & Grant, E. (Submitted and accepted August 2016). K.R. Kerley (Ed.) Religion in prison. (Forthcoming publication).
Grant, E. (2016). The perceived relationship between gentlemen’s clubs, crime, and victimization. Journal of Ethnographic and Qualitative Research, 10 (1): 29 – 41.
Grant, E., Dahl, P., & Bayens, G. (2016). Using ELVIS to measure experiential learning in criminal justice internships. Research in Higher Education Journal, 30: 1- 17.