- Ph.D., Criminology and Criminal Justice, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
- B.S., M.S., Criminal Justice, Radford University
Robert Stallings is an assistant professor of criminal justice. He previously was a teaching associate at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, lecturing courses on white-collar crime and critical issues in crime and justice.
Stallings spent two years working with RAND Corporation, a nonprofit think tank, and the Police Department in Roanoke, Virginia, to evaluate a drug market intervention program.
Stallings researched and volunteered in correctional institutions in Virginia and Pennsylvania. He also worked in high-crime communities, speaking with residents about their perceptions of crime and their relationship with law enforcement.
Stallings’ research interests include school shooting prevention, professional athletes’ criminality, the media’s influence on perceptions of crime, prisoner reentry and focused deterrence crime prevention strategies.