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Criminal Justice Program Director
Associate Professor of Criminal Justice
Elizabeth Lewis attended Tennessee Tech University and earned an A.S. degree in criminal justice, and a B.S. degree in psychology. After graduation from TTU, Elizabeth attended the University of Tennessee and earned her master’s degree in criminal justice. She earned additional graduate hours in sociology and criminology before becoming a full-time professor for the University System of Georgia. Before coming to RSCC, Elizabeth was the Administration of Justice program director at Virginia Western College. She is a former probation and parole officer for the State of Tennessee, and has extensive experience working with adolescents in detention centers and wilderness treatment facilities.
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