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Timothy McCuddy, Assistant Research Professor

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Timothy McCuddy received his Ph.D. in Criminology and Criminal Justice from the University of Missouri-St. Louis in 2018. His research focuses on how technology affects social processes related to crime, such as online peer influence and cyberbullying. He is also interested in how broader social contexts (e.g., schools, neighborhoods, and the Internet) affect involvement in delinquency. He is currently the Project Director of the UMSL Comprehensive School Safety Initiative, a longitudinal study on school safety funded by the National Institute of Justice.

Areas of Specialization
Cyber Criminology
Peer Influence
Juvenile Delinquency

Contact
333 Lucas Hall

Phone: (314) 516 5034
Fax: (314) 516 5048
Email: mccuddyt@umsl.edu

Tim's vitae

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