Philip J. Verrecchia, Ph.D.
- B.S., West Chester University (1990)
- M.S., Shippensburg University (1995)
- Ph.D., Marywood University (2003)
- Coordinator, Internship Coordinator for Criminal Justice
- Ethics in Criminal Justice
- Criminal Justice Research Methods
- Examining Terrorism
- Juvenile Justice
- Criminal Justice Statistics
- Juvenile offenders in adult court.
- Gender issues in criminal justice.
- Delinquency and maltreatment.
- Restorative justice.
- Verrecchia, PJ (2018). Behavioral Science Statistics (3rd Edition). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt Publishing.
- Strassle, C.G. & Verrecchia, PJ (2019). Faculty perceptions of the seriousness and frequency of classroom incivility. Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, 30(1), 187-209.
- Verrecchia, PJ & Hendrix, N. (2017). College and university faculty members perceptions towards carrying concealed weapons on campus. International Journal of Criminology and Sociology, 6, 205-214. doi.org/10.6000/1929-4409.2017.06.22
- Verrecchia, PJ & Hendrix, N. (2017). College students perceptions toward carrying concealed weapons on college campuses. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 29(1), 62-78.
- Verrecchia, PJ & Hendrix, N. (2018). The effects of self-classification on perceptions of security levels and civil liberties among a sample of college students. Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression, 9(1), 1-12.