Dr. Timothy Clark
Timothy Clark, PhD has been adjunct faculty at the University of Texas at El Paso’s (UTEP) Department of Criminal Justice since 2015. He is an experienced scholar and criminal justice practitioner whose expertise is in understanding group violence and violent groups. In these topic areas, he has published over a dozen articles and book chapters, presented at a large number of conferences, and conducted training to U.S. and international law enforcement agencies. He has also spent over a dozen years working for the U.S. federal government in various positions focused on countering transnational organized crime and violent extremist groups. He earned his PhD in Sociology in 2006 from the University of Minnesota, a Master’s Degree from the University of Georgia, an undergraduate degree from Ohio University, and is a graduate of the U.S. Air Force’s Air Command and Staff College. He has served on faculty at University of Florida’s prestigious Center Latin American Studies and their Department of Sociology, Criminology & Law, the Southern Illinois University Carbondale, the University of North Alabama, and Valparaiso University. He has been a recipient of the MacArthur Interdisciplinary Program on Global Change’s Predissertation Field Research Grant, Anna Welsch Bright Memorial Research Award, and the Phelps-Stokes Fellowship..
- CRIJ 3300: Applied Research Methods in CJ
- CRIJ 4300: Special Topics: Law Enforcement responses to Drug Trafficking
- CRIJ 4321: Organized Crime
- CRIJ 5340: Transnational Criminal Organizations