Philip Wagner

  • Assistant Professor
  • Criminal Justice Department
  • Ph.D., Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 2015
  • PHONE: (262) 595-2763
  • EMAIL: wagnerp0@uwp.edu
Dr. Wagner is an Assistant Professor joining us from Fairmont State University in West Virginia. He received his B.S. and M.S. in Criminal Justice. He has a Ph.D. in Criminology from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

Teaching Interests

Dr. Wagner will be teaching CRMJ 101 Introduction to Criminal Justice and CRMJ 388 Comparative & International Criminal Justice Systems.

Research Interests

He has volunteered in probation and parole settings and maintains research interests in the intersection of media and crime, for example, the use of the internet in public shaming and vigilantism.

Consulting Interests

Selected Publications

2018: Media: Influence on Crime, The SAGE Encyclopedia of Criminal Psychology

2016: Understanding Cyber-Vigilantism: A Conceptual Framework , The Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Criminology (17 pp.)

Departmental Service

2018: Committee Member - CRMJ Search and Screen Committee
2017: Committee Member - CRMJ Search and Screen Committee
2016: Committee Member - CRMJ Search and Screen Committee

College Service

2020: Committee Member - Center for Professional Studies Steering Committee
2018: Committee Member - Center for Professional Studies Steering Committee

University Service

: Committee Member - Committee on Advising
: University Senate Service - Faculty Senate: Criminal Justice Senator
2017: University Senate Service - Faculty Senate: Criminal Justice Alternate
2016: University Senate Service - Faculty Senate: Criminal Justice Alternate
CRMJ 101 - INTRO TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE
CRMJ 233 - CRIMINOLOGY
CRMJ 388 - COMPARATIVE & INT'L CJ SYSTEMS
CRMJ 499 - INDEPENDENT STUDY
SOCA 233 - CRIMINOLOGY