Criminal Justice & Criminology
College of Behavioral and Social Sciences

Dennis D. Murphy

Armstrong Campus

Office: University Hall – Room 249

Phone: (912) 344-2526

Email: DDMurphy@georgiasouthern.edu

Biography

Dr. Dennis D. Murphy, Professor of Criminal Justice, received Bachelor’s, Master’s, Law, and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Florida, where he was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa scholastic honorary. He has served as a full-time professor at both Rutgers University and Armstrong/Georgia Southern University, and has been admitted to the Florida, New Jersey, and Georgia Bars. His major research interest is political crime.

Education

Ph.D., Higher Education Administration (1979)
University of Florida

M.Ed., Educational Administration (1975)
University of Florida

J.D., (1974)
University of Florida

B.S., Political Science (1969)
University of Florida

Courses Taught

Undergraduate – Ethics, Universal Justice, Criminal Law, Judicial Process

Research

Murphy, D. (2017). No Statute of Limitations: Will 2017 Bring Closure to the Murder of John Kennedy? The Pursuit, 1(1), 59-81.

Awards & Honors

2012 – Teaching Fellows Program

2003 – Governor’s Teaching Fellow

Phi Beta Kappa Scholastic Honorary

Armstrong’s “Distinguished Faculty Service to the University” Award

Last updated: 8/5/2019

Department of Criminal Justice & Criminology

PO Box 8105 Statesboro, GA 30460 • Statesboro 912-478-8007 • Armstrong 912-344-3500cjcrim@georgiasouthern.edu