Kaylin Coe

Kaylin Aubrey Coe

Graduate Assistant

Professional Summary

I am a second year PhD Student in Criminal Justice with a foundation area in criminology and a substantive specialization in crime prevention. My research focuses are in domestic terrorism, mass public shootings, victimology, extremism, critical criminology, and violent offenders. I have B.A.s in criminal justice and sociology and a M.S. in criminal justice, focusing in law enforcment and crime prevention. I have previously worked as a graduate assistant for the Center for Police Research and Policy. I have also been a graduate assistant for Dr. Corsaro's Masters statistics course. Currently, I am teaching the undergraduate Introduction to Criminology course and I am Dr. Browning's graduate assistant. 


Bachelor's of Arts in Criminal Justice: Mary Baldwin University Staunton, VA, 2020 (Criminal Justice)

Bachelor's of Arts in Sociology: Mary Baldwin University Staunton, VA, 2020 (Sociology - Criminology)

Master's of Science in Criminal Justice: University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH, 2021 (Criminal Justice - Law Enforcement and Crime Prevention)

Research and Practice Interests

My research interests are more broadly concerned with qualitative studies and terrorism. More specifically, I am interested in domestic terrorism and mass public shootings. Offenders with violent ideologies and extremsist views are my micro-level interests. On a macro-level, I am interested in the effects of anomie and strain in modern American society. Other topics of interest to me include applied sociology, applied criminology, power relationships, serial offending, functionalism, conflict theory, social jusice, criminal justice reform, and ideological studies. 

Positions and Work Experience

2017 -2019 Undergraduate Intern, Worked for the Commonwealth Attorney's Office for Augusta County to complete adminsitrative duties, shadow lawyers in court, and assist during court proceedings. , Mary Baldwin University, Staunton, VA

02-2021 -04-2021 Graduate Assistant, Worked for the Instructional Designer for the School of Criminal Justice. Reviewed Canvas sites, upgrated course content, made Word and PowerPoint files accessible, and creates library links. , University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

08-2021 -08-2022 Graduate Assistant, For the Center for Police Research and Policy, I assist with data entry for the New Jersey project, IMPD data entry, and attend weekly staff meetings. , University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

01-2022 -05-2022 Teaching Assistant, For the masters level statistic course, I assist in grading homework and exams, hold tutoring sessions, and assist Dr. Corsaro during class. , University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

08-2022 -To Present Professor, I currently teach the undergraduate level Introduction to Criminology class for 74 students (CJ 1002-002). , University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

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