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Caryl Segal

Criminal Justice Online Course Content Developer
University of Texas at the Permian Basin
Member Type: Faculty
Last Login: Apr 13, 2011
Member Since: Nov 15, 2008


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Primary Affiliation:
  • University of Texas System - Arlington (Education, 4 Year/4 Year + Grad, TX, United States)
Secondary Affiliations:
  • University of Texas System - Permian Basin (Education, 4 Year/4 Year + Grad, TX, United States)
  • University of Texas System - Brownsville (Education, 4 Year/4 Year + Grad, TX, United States)

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5509 Atlantis Terrace
Arlington, TX 76016 US

Skills & Interests

  • Social Sciences/Criminal Justice/Law & Society (Advanced)
    Have taught many aspects of the criminal justice system including Media and CJ, corrections law, comparative criminal justice, the judicial system, and introduction to criminal justice since 1995. Co-author of criminology text that is currently available for use in Spring 2009


  • On-line Criminal Justice Course Content Developer (10/2008 - Current) University of Texas at Permian Basin
  • On-line Adjunct (07/2008 - 01/2009) University of Texas at Brownsville
  • Lecturer (11/1989 - 05/2008) University of Texas at Arlington


  • Segal, C.L. and Eve, R. (January 2009). Criminology: Causes, Patterns and Control of Crime. San Diego: National Social Science Press.

Honors and Awards

  • Gold Award for Excellence in Online Course Design Best Practices (04/2007)
    Given by the United States Distance Learning Association
  • UTA President's Award for Excellence in On-Line Teaching (05/2004)
    Considered on of the top online teachers at the University of Texas at Arlington.

Teaching Experience

  • CRCJ 4333 (Spring 2000)
    UTA - Community Corrections
    Covered alternative sentences; will be designing course for UTPB that covers this area
  • CRCJ 4380 (Spring 2000)
    UTA - Comparative Criminal Justice
    Developed online course and taught it in Fall and Spring every year until retirement
  • CRCJ 4315 (Fall 1998)
    UTA - White Collar Crime
    Taught the course three semesters
  • CRCJ 3331 (Spring 1998)
    UTA - Corrections Law
    Taught it on campus four semesters. Am currently teaching it as adjunct for University of Texas at Brownsville
  • CRCJ 4345 (Fall 1997)
    UTA - The Media and Criminal Justice
    Taught it for 5 semesters
  • CRCJ 2334 (Spring 1996)
    UTA - Introduction to Criminal Justice
    Taught it on campus nearly every semester until 2000 and then developed and taught first a hybrid version and finally an online version.
  • CRCJ 3337 (Fall 1995)
    UTA - Criminal Procedures
    Taught this on campus until 2001 as both full lecture and hybrid. Taught it once online in 2003
  • CRCJ 4301 (Summer 1995)
    University of Texas-Arlington - Criminal Court System
    Taught this course every fall and spring semester until retirement