Joseph V. Domino, Ph.D, Professor, Sociology & Criminology
University of Georgia, 1976
Stephen F. Austin State University, Graduate Teaching Assistant; University of Georgia, Instructor; TAMUK, Lecturer, Assistant Professor, Associate professor, Professor, Director of Applied Arts and Sciences, Director of Statewide Corrections Intern program, Chair of the Department of Psychology and Sociology, Interim Director of Social Work.
Journals Article/Abstracts: Journal of Deviant Behavior, Social Science Perspective Journal, ERIC, TACT Bulletin, Sociological Abstracts. Research Paper Presentations: Over 35 presentations at the annual meetings of organizations such as Mid-South Sociological Association,Southwestern Social Science Association, National Social Science Association, Southern Sociological Association.
Awards and Honors (TAMUK):
The William J. Hall Faculty Award
TAMUK University Distinguish Service Award for Extraordinary Contribution to the University
Occupational burnout of correctional personnel, sexual aggression among college students, poaching as a form of deviant behavior.
Courses taught at TAMUK:
Introduction to Sociology, Social Problems, Medical Sociology, Introduction to Criminology, Juvenile Delinquency, Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences, Population Problems, Sociological Theory, Methods of Social Research, Corrections, Police and Society, Organized and White Collar Crime, Victimology, Internship in Corrections, Advanced Research Methods, Computer Applications for the Behavioral Sciences, Seminar: Sociology of Murder, Seminar: Juvenile Delinquency, Seminar: Advanced Studies in Corrections, Special topics courses (graduate and undergraduate.
Personal Information: Married, 2 children (1 TAMUK Alumni), Hobbies include: Restoration of 1928-31 Model A Fords, Hunting, Fishing, Traveling.
Texas A&M University – Kingsville
700 University Blvd, MSC 177
Kingsville, TX 78363-8202
This page was last updated on: January 6, 2016