Rachel Marie Corsello
I am a graduate student at the University of Cincinnati, and in August 2021 graduated with a Master's degree in Criminal Justice and a graduate certificate in the Analysis of Criminal Behavior. As of fall 2021, I began the process of obtaining my PhD in Criminal Justice, concentratinng on criminology and crime prevention. My research interests thus far include victimology and juvenile justice practices. In my undergrad, I earned a Bachelor's of Science in Biology, as well as minors in Justice, Law, and Public Policy and Environmental Studies.
I aim to have a career at a nonprofit university as an Associate Professor and researcher. I have had several influencial mentors throughout my college experience, and hope to one day provide that same guidance and instruction as they once offered me.
Master of Science: University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH, 2021 (Criminal Justice)
Bachelor of Science: Wittenberg University Springfield, OH, 2020 (Biology, with minors in Environmental Science and Justice, Law, and Public Policy )
Graduate Certificate: University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH, 2020 (Analysis of Criminal Behavior)
My research interests primarily revolve around victimology and juvenile justice. At present, I am studying the Troubled Teen Industry as an unsanctioned alternative to the juvenile justice system and the effects it has on the youth who attend these programs.