Ivy V. Yarckow-Brown



Department

Criminology
Role: Faculty
Campus: Springfield

Postal mail

Missouri State University
Criminology
901 S. National Ave.
Springfield, MO 65897

Details

Education

  • MS, 2003, University of North Texas
  • BA, 1998, Siena Heights University

Teaching

  • CRM 150 – Introduction to Society
  • CRM 210 – Introduction to Criminal Justice Systems
  • CRM 270 – Institutional and Community-Based Corrections
  • CRM 320 – Criminological Theory
  • CRM 330 – Juvenile Justice
  • CRM 410 – Crime, Justice and Gender
  • CRM 430 – Victimless Crime
  • CRM 485 – Drugs in Society

Research and professional interests

Ms. Yarckow-Brown’s research interests include violence, sex crimes, restorative justice, gender-related crime, and juvenile programs.  In the past, she has gained experience in the fields of juvenile corrections, law enforcement, and family violence investigation within a district attorney’s office.  She is currently the Faculty Advisor for Sigma Mu Sigma, the Missouri State University chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma, the National Criminal Justice Honor Society and the coordinator of the Annual Missouri State University Criminology and Criminal Justice Conference.

Awards and honors

  • Award of Recognition and Appreciation, Alpha Phi Sigma - Sigma Mu Sigma. (May 2006).