Danielle Cooper, University of New Haven

Assistant Professor West Haven, Connecticut DCooper@newhaven.edu Office: (203) 932-1038

Bio/Research

Danielle Tolson Cooper, Ph.D., CPP is an Assistant Professor at the University of New Haven in West Haven, CT. She conducts research in the areas of criminological theory, substance abuse and delinquency prevention, youths and young adults, and sex offending. Her dissertation is titled, “Reconcep...

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Bio/Research

Danielle Tolson Cooper, Ph.D., CPP is an Assistant Professor at the University of New Haven in West Haven, CT. She conducts research in the areas of criminological theory, substance abuse and delinquency prevention, youths and young adults, and sex offending. Her dissertation is titled, “Reconceptualizing Young Adults’ Defiant Responses to Parents, Teachers, Supervisors, and the Police".

In addition to her work as a Professor and Research, she is also a Certified Prevention Professional who worked as the Coalition Coordinator with the Alachua County Health Promotion and Wellness Coalition from 2011-2015. Her work as a trainer and practitioner has positioned her to work with key stakeholders, such as law enforcement, mental health professionals, and youth serving organizations.

Danielle received her BS in Justice Systems (with a minor in Business Administration) in 2009 and her MA in Criminology from the University of Florida in 2011. She recently received her PhD in Criminology (with a minor in Organizational Leadership for Nonprofits) from the University of Florida in 2015.


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