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Stacey Wyland, MS

Associate Professor of Criminal Justice

Social and Behavioral Sciences   |   Turock School of Arts and Sciences

Harris Hall 303

Education – Degrees & Certifications

  • Shippensburg University B.S. in Criminal Justice
  • M.S. in Administration of Justice

Professional Contributions

News

Op-ed: Remodel police training

Op-ed: Remodel police training

Associate Professor Stacey Wyland had an op-ed published in The Scranton Times-Tribune about remodeling police ...
Keystone College receives grant from Robert H. Spitz Foundation

Keystone College receives grant from Robert H. Spitz Foundation

The Keystone College Juvenile Justice Institute has received a $6,000 grant from the Robert H. Spitz Foundation to support the Institute’s pilot program, “3 Million Kids” at Charles Sumner Elementary School in Scranton.
Keystone College Initiates Juvenile Justice Institute

Keystone College Initiates Juvenile Justice Institute

The lives of young people in Northeastern Pennsylvania may soon improve significantly, thanks to the newly formed Keystone College Juvenile Justice Institute.
Associate Professor Stacey Wyland: Seizing Opportunities

Associate Professor Stacey Wyland: Seizing Opportunities

The Inside Out Program is a unique education experience for Keystone criminal justice students.

Combining Academic and Real World Experiences for Criminal Justice Students

When it comes to educating her students, Keystone College Associate Professor of Criminal Justice Stacey Wyland has a definite game plan she has followed every semester. Her goal is always to combine classroom knowledge with real-world experience.

  • IDS 101
  • Intro to Policing
  • Criminology
  • Juvenile Delinquency
  • Field Experience
  • Field Experience Preparation
  • Restorative Justice
  • Senior Seminar
  • Dragons and Dinosaurs: The Plight of Patrol Women, Donna Hale and Stacey Wyland Gender is an age-old problem in policing. The authors explore the barriers to gender equality and provide suggestions for improvement.