Full Time Faculty Lecturer
Heather Donovan’s background includes both a career as the Senior Director of the South East Area for a large psychosocial rehabilitation agency and as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor for victims of violence, psychiatrically disabled offenders and substance abuse populations. As a community college instructor, Heather developed and presented specialized trainings to support both faculty and students in issues of school safety, protection against new information crimes, and family violence. She has taught introductory level courses in Crime and Justice Studies, Sociology and Psychology and a variety of upper level courses such as Domestic Violence, Victimology, Criminological theory, Justice and Society, Educational Psychology, Media and Social Perspectives and Juvenile Justice.
Courses Professor Donovan has taught include:
|CJS 190||Introduction to Crime and Justice Studies|
|CJS 257||Justice and Society|
|SOC 101||Introduction to Sociology|