Center for Criminal Justice Studies

Sean Wilson

Assistant Professor 10 Months Email Ward Hall, Room 305A
 As a community-based scholar, Dr. Wilson's research seeks to foreground the voices and lived experiences of the oppressed and marginalized.  Dr. Wilson’s research interests include reentry, critical policing, critical criminology, critical gang studies, and race, class, gender, and justice. Dr. Wilson sits on the boards of several community organizations that are committed to community engagement and social justice.  He has served on the Newark Community Advisory Committee at the New Jersey Institute of Social Justice.  He also serves on the New Jersey Supreme Court’s Committee on Diversity Inclusion and Community Engagement for the Passaic Vicinage.  Through his scholarship and service, he seeks to empower marginalized communities.

Courses Taught

Criminology, Senior Project, Corrections in America, Ethics and Leadership in Criminal Justice, Corrections and Reentry,  Criminal Justice Internship, Juvenile Delinquency, Intro to Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement and Community Relations.
Sean Wilson
Last Modified 2/2/22