Social Sciences - Assistant Professor
Building: 0030 - ACADEMIC BUILDING
History B.A., University of Toledo, 2002
Criminal Justice M.S., Troy University, 2006
Business Administration M.A., Saint Leo University, 2011
Psychology Ph.D., Saybrook University, 2016
Dr. Brittany Strickland is an associate professor of criminal justice at East Georgia State College in Swainsboro. She currently teaches the Introduction to Criminal Justice, Criminology, Courts and Basic Criminal Procedure, and Social Science Research courses. Before teaching at EGSC, she was an outreach prison ministry counselor with New Mercies Christian Church. Dr. Strickland is active with the EGSC Student Conduct Panel and Criminal Justice Club.
Prejudice, role difficulties, and behavior among college students of various cultural backgrounds
Issues of ethnicity, gender, and class in America
The impact of drug and alcohol abuse on adolescent development
Upchurch Pens Review
Criminal Justice Department News
Caiazzo’s Community Activity
Howell Making Progress
Dr. Brittany Current, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice at East Georgia State College, recently graduated with her doctorate in Psychology from Saybrook University.