Criminal Justice Faculty
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Dr. Linda Davis-Stephens

1255 S. Range, Colby, KS 67701
Ph: 785-460-5528 / E-mail: ude.ccybloc|snehpets-sivad.adnil#ude.ccybloc|snehpets-sivad.adnil

Colby Community College Instructor, Dr. Lin "does mock digs" and "digs into the minds of students" or so they say. "No bones about it" (rather no human bones).

Students learn hands on CSI clandestine burial/archeological excavation and evidence/artifact recovery skills at the Prairie Museum of Art and History (Colby) from a bone bed buried there, courtesy of the Museum. This Service Learning Project, among others headed by Dr. Lin, are ongoing for several years of CCC students and the regional community. Dr. Lin brings the campus and community together for intercultural relations and lifelong learning. Our students exhibit scholarship and engage in authentic activities. Please view the photo gallery tab and the video on this page for more highlights. Contact Dr. Lin anytime at ude.ccybloc|snehpets-sivad.adnil#ude.ccybloc|snehpets-sivad.adnil

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Criminal Justice Association Advisor

Preparatory education: Wichita State University, (Master of Arts/Anthropology), Wichita State University, (Bachelor of Arts/Anthropology/Spanish, Magna Cum Laude with Honors), Wichita State University, (Degree Candidate/Elementary & Secondary Education); Legal education:Washburn University (Juris Doctor). Certificate: Visiting Scholar Certificate, Kansas State Board of Education; Community Activities: National Park Service, Kansas State Historical Society, Prairie Museum of Art and History, Thomas County Historical Society, Jennings Heritage Associates, Oral Interviews, Kansas Folklore Society, Service Learning Archival Materials, Kansas Anthropological Association, High Plains Chapter, Special Collections Library. Fieldwork: Spanish Interviews, Norton Correctional Facility, Restoration/Preservation Projects, Central High Plains, Action Anthropology/Archeology, Western Plains Region; Selected Works in Media and Print: include Linda Davis-Stephens' Collection, Prairie Museum of Art and History; Summary, Nomination and Comprehensive Survey Reports, National Park Service, Cheyenne Action Archeology Tenth Millennium Series, Local History and Culture Documentaries, Theses, Sustainable Agriculture Policy, Central Plains Region, Mock Farm Mediation Positions held: President Hispanic American Law Student Association, Principal, West Plains Academy, Attorney with emphasis in Criminal/Environmental Law, Conflict Resolution, and International Law. Classes taught: Forensic Anthropology, Criminal Justice Forum, Juvenile Justice, Homeland Security, Loss Prevention and Private Security, Judicial Functions, Corrections, Criminal Procedure, Introduction to Criminal Justice, Criminology, Great Plains Experience, World Regional Geography, American Frontier Literature, Spanish, Government, World Religions, Anthropology, Women’s Studies, Native American Cultures, Friends University—Conflict Resolution, Business Ethics, Organizational Behavior, Organizational Management & Leadership.




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