Dr. Greg Rocheleau
Dr. Greg Rocheleau
<b>Department: </b>Criminal Justice & Criminology<br><b>Research Area: </b>Criminological theory; juvenile delinquency; bullying.

Department: Criminal Justice & Criminology

Research Focus: Criminological theory; juvenile delinquency; bullying

Potential Student Project: Co-authorship of a manuscript.


Attributes/skills/background sought in undergraduate: Strong writer; ability to find and read academic scholarship; reliability; professionalism/maturity; organization.


Mentoring Plan: Students will meet on a weekly basis. Depending on student interests, they will either work with me on an existing project or we will develop a new research topic together. The primary responsibilities of the student will be: to find and read academic scholarship; to create annotated bibliographies; to write a rough draft of the literature review section of the manuscript; to revise the literature review section of the manuscript as needed; to check references and in-text citations; and to proofread and edit the manuscript. My responsibilities will be: to mentor and advise the student throughout the process; to acquire secondary data; to analyze data; to write the methods, results, and discussion sections of the manuscript; and to edit the manuscript. The goal is to have a completed manuscript ready for submission by the end of the semester.


Contact: 765-285-8689, 280 N. Quad.