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History, Philosophy, and Social Sciences Contact

Department Chair:

Donald W. Viney

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Contact Person:
Nancy Grantham

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Phone: 620-235-4325
Fax: 620-235-4338

Department of History, Philosophy, and Social Sciences
412 Russ Hall
Pittsburg State University
1701 South Broadway
Pittsburg KS 66762

 The Justice Studies Program at Pittsburg State University

Donald W. Viney 620.235.4326 dviney@pittstate.edu Russ 412G
Ph.D., University of Oklahoma, 1982. Teaching and research interests include process philosophy and Charles Hartshorne, logic and critical thinking, contemporary philosophy and the philosophy of science, ethics, and world religions. [Coordinator for the minor in philosophy.] Specializations: Process Philosophy and Charles Hartshorne, Philosophy and Religion, Logic and Critical Thinking
Kathleen Cameron 620.235.4320 kcameron@pittstate.edu Russ 327B
Ph.D., Arizona State University, 1996. Teaching and research interests include the pedagogy of justice studies, gender and crime, jurisprudence, social and political change, hate crimes, and serial homicide. [Justice studies program coordinator; Graduate program (Justice Studies and Justice Administration) coordinator.] Specializations: Program Coordinator; Women, Crime and Justice, Ethics in Justice, Justice and the Law, Serial Killers
Roy Janisch 620.235.4346 rjanisch@pittstate.edu Russ 320
Ph.D., Arizona State University, 2004. Teaching and research interests include policing, corrections, and Native American sovereignty issues. Specializations: Police and Justice, Law and Evidence, Interviewing and Counseling, White Collar Crime and Fraud
Karl Kunkel 620.235.4685 kkunkel@pittstate.edu Grubbs 311
Professor and Dean of Arts and Sciences. Ph.D.-Sociology (with emphasis in Crime, Deviance, and Social Control), University of Missouri-Columbia, 1989. Teaching and research interests in crime theory, crime control policy, criminal courts, inequality in the criminal justice system, the scholarship of teaching and learning, and the uses of instructional technology in the college classroom.
Gary Wilson 620.235.6020 gwilson@pittstate.edu Russ 311

PhD., University of Arkansas, 2012. Teaching responsibilities include introduction to the justice system, social deviance, community sociology, and law and public policy. Specializations: Public Policy (Criminal Justice), Social Deviance

Administrative Staff
Nancy Grantham 620.235.4325 ngrantha@pittstate.edu Russ 412