Criminal Law

Author(s): Margaret Brown, Stanley Yeldell

Edition: 2

Copyright: 2012

Pages: 216


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Margaret Brown

Stanley Yeldell

Dr. Stanley B. Yeldell began his education at a four-room segregated school. With the ruling of Brown vs. the Board of Education, he and his classmates were transferred to Aura Elementary School. He played on the first African-American baseball team in Glassboro, the Lawns Red Legs Babe Ruth Team. Dr. Yeldell graduated from Bowie State University in 1969, with experience as the first African-American legislative intern for the late Senator Edward T. Conroy of Maryland. In 1972, he graduated with his J.D. from Howard University. For the past 40 years, he has been a respected and beloved faculty member of the Department of Law and justice Studies at Rowan University. He has had numerous publications and authored three text books.

Dr. Yeldell’s work with students has been a hallmark of his career. As Internship Coordinator for Criminal Justice courses, author of The Criminal Justice Internship Manual (2015) and author of The Victimology Handbook (2017), he typically works with more than 100 students each semester to locate internships, match students so that their qualifications and interests fit the internship opportunities, and supervise them during their internship. In 2012, he received an award from the New Jersey College & University Public Safety Association for setting up a Student Patrol at Rowan University. Dr. Yeldell was the first of two inductees into the Law and Justice Hall of Fame at Rowan. Further, there is a Dr. Stanley B. Yeldell Scholarship to be awarded annually to a Law and justice major who demonstrates his or her academic excellence, leadership, and community service.

Related ISBN's: 9781465211521, 9781465203960




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