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Cari Keller

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Dr Cari Keller

kellerc@nsuok.edu

  • Dean Graduate College/Exec Dir
    Graduate Office

Office Location

  • Tahlequah
    Administration 111
    (918) 444-2220

Bio

Dr. Cari Keller has worked at NSU for over 25 years. She currently serves as the Dean of the Graduate College and Executive Director of Planning and Assessment at Northeastern State University. Prior to these appointments, she served as the Assistant Dean for the College of Liberal Arts and the Chair of the Department of Criminal Justice and Legal Studies.

Dr. Keller also serves as a peer reviewer for the Higher Learning Commission, and as a master review for Quality Matters.

Education:

  • JD,Law,University of Arkansas ,Cum laude,1994
  • BS,Criminal Justice,Northeastern State University,,1991
College student victimization
Campus safety
Higher education administration
Criminal law and procedure
Court systems and judicial process
Crime analysis and prevention
Statistics

Intellectual Content:

  • Crime and Victimization on College Campuses: Implications for Institutions of Higher Education. Higher education response to exponential societal shifts. (Book, Chapter in Scholarly Book-New), Application, Published, August, 2020

Presentations:

  • How Students Define Success - HLC Annual Conference - Chicago, IL - April 2019
  • College Student Victimization and Race: Results of the Northeastern State University Crime and Victimization Survey - Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting - Kansas City, MO - March 2017
  • Crime and Victimization on College Campuses: Implications for Institutions of Higher Education. - NSU Faculty HawkTalk - Tahlequah, OK - March 2021
  • Utilizing a Competency-Based Assessment Tool to Facilitate Faculty-Student Mentorship - 45th International Conference on Improving University Teaching - Virtual - July 2020
  • Improving Student Persistence: Co-requisite Education - HLC Annual Conference - Chicago, IL - April 2018

Courses Taught:

  • EVIDENCE - CR J 3223 - Spring 2015
  • CONSTITUTIONAL CRIMINAL LAW - CR J 5073 - Spring 2015
  • INTRO LAW AND AMER COURT SYS - CR J 4113 - Fall 2014
  • AMER. STUDIES IN PERSPECTIVE - AMST 5833 - Fall 2014
  • CRIME THEORY - CR J 5033 - Spring 2014
  • CRIME PREVENTION - CR J 4143 - Spring 2014
  • TECH APP IN THE LEGAL ENVIRON - CR J 3553 - Fall 2013