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Kallee McCullough


Office: CL-03
Phone: (936) 294-4469


Kallee entered the Ph.D. program at Sam Houston State University in the summer of 2014. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice with a second major in Philosophy from Bridgewater State University, Massachusetts (2012) and her Master of Arts in Criminal Justice and Criminology from Sam Houston State University (2014) with a thesis titled Sentencing Juvenile Homicide Offenders to Life without Parole: A Comparative Legal Analysis. Kallee currently works as a Doctoral Research Assistant for a NIJ-funded study on the topic of gangs, reentry, and correctional programs. Prior to this project, Kallee was involved with the Correctional Management Institute of Texas (CMIT) and the Institute for Legal Studies in Criminal Justice at SHSU where she assisted Dr. Gaylene Armstrong and Dr. Michael Vaughn with grants and research projects. Kallee's primary research interests include legal analyses in criminal justice, corrections, and juvenile justice.

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