Amy I. Cass (Foust), Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Criminal Justice
Phone: (657) 278 - 3437
Office: GH 504
M/W 9:00-10:00 AM &
or by appointment
- 2007, Ph.D, University of Delaware
- 2003, M.A., University of Delaware
- 2001, B.A., Florida State University
- Domestic and Gendered Crimes
- Campus Violence and Victimization
- Criminological Theory
- Public Opinion and Crime
- Teaching in Criminal Justice
COURSES REGULARLY TAUGHT
- CRJU 300 (Introduction to Criminal Justice)
- CRJU 330 (Crime and Delinquency)
- CRJU 303 (Controlling Crime)
- Cass. Amy. (2013). Don’t Eat the Fries: Using a Documentary on McDonalds to Enhance Scientific Literacy. In Skott, B and Ward, M (Eds). Active Learning Exercises for Research Methods in Social Sciences (pp. 43-46). Los Angeles: SAGE Publications.
- Cass, Amy & Rosay, Andre. (2012). College Student Perceptions of Criminal Justice System Responses to Stalking. Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 6 (5-6): 392 – 404.
- Mallicoat, Stacy & Cass, Amy. (2012). The Myth that Stalking is Not a SeriousCrime. In. Bohm, R. and Walker, J. (Eds). Demystifying Crime and Criminal Justice. Edition 2(pp. 127-135). Los Angeles: Oxford University Press.
- Dery, George & Cass, Amy. (2012). Does Miranda Now Have a Freshness Date? The Criminal Law Bulletin, 48 (3): 487 – 514.
- Cass, Amy. (2011). Defining Stalking: The Influence of Legal Factors, Extralegal Factors, and Particular Actions on Judgments of College Students. Western Criminology Review, 12 (1) 1- 14.
- Cass, Amy. (2007). Routine Activities and Sexual Assault: An Analysis of Individual and School Level Factors. Violence and Victims, 22 (3): 350 – 366.