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Ronda Blevins

Ronda Blevins

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Ronda Blevins is a member of the Virtual Speakers Bureau

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Education History

  • MS Criminal Justice (08/2011)
    University of Cincinnati
  • BA Sociology (08/2010)
    University of Tennessee

Teaching Experience

  • CRMJ 1110 - Criminal Procedure (Current)
    • Roane State Community College – Criminal Procedure
    • A study of legal concepts and procedures, including the laws of arrest and search warrant procedure, beginning with the issuance of legal process to ultimate court disposition.
  • CRMJ 1100 - Juvenile Delinquency (Current)
    • Roane State Community College – Juvenile Delinquency
    • A study of new attempts geared toward the rebellious youthful offenders in the areas of treatment, experimentation, innovative programs, and theories of causation.
  • CRMJ 2140 - Understanding Terrorism (Spring 2013)
    • Roane State Community College – Terrorism
    • An in-depth historical look at terrorism, its origins, types and history. Emphasis will be on philosophical bases, organization, equipment, and operations of terrorist groups. The role of law enforcement agencies in the implementation of anti-terrorist measures is also examined.

Languages

  • English
    • Speaking level: Superior
    • Reading level: Superior

Honors & Awards

  • Worldwide Who's Who (06/2013)
    Accepted into the Worldwide Who's Who

Presentations

  • "Where a Kid can be a Kid" – iPads to Increase Outcomes, 05/15/2013
    Okay, this may be a bad reference back to the days of Chuck E. Cheese's "Where a Kid can Be a Kid," but it can definitely apply to our classes and the ways that we use technology to present material and engage our students. Today, iPads in the classroom

Positions

  • Adjunct Criminal Justice Faculty (05/2012 – Current) Roane State Community College