Norman White, Ph.D.
Criminology and Criminal Justice
Criminal Careers; Juvenile Delinquency; Juvenile Justice; Race and Crime; Theories of Crime
- Ph.D., Criminal Justice, State University of New York at Albany, 2001
- M.A., Criminal Justice, State University of New York at Albany, 1997
- M.P.A., Criminal Justice, Marist College, 1989
- B.A., History, Marist College, 1981
Communities and crime; criminal careers; developmental and life-course predictors; theories of delinquent and antisocial behavior;
race and crime.
Publications and Media Placements
His research has been published in:
- Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health
- Journal of Criminal Justice
- Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency
Professional Organizations and Associations
- Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, member
- American Society of Criminology, member
He is the principal investigator for the Shut it Down: Closing the School to Prison
Pipeline project, funded by a consortium of St. Louis philanthropic foundations. Shut
it Down represents a partnership with the family court, public schools and other stakeholders
to assist school personnel in altering school culture and climate to support improvements
in overall student performance.
Working with student volunteers he also developed the Overground Railroad for Literacy, a tutorial program in local afterschool programs to improve student academic performance.