Faculty Profile

Brooke Nodeland

Title
Assistant Professor
Department
Criminal Justice
College
College of Health and Public Service

    

Education

PhD, University of Texas at Dallas, 2014.
Major: Criminology
MS, University of North Texas, 2004.
Major: Criminal Justice
BS, University of North Texas, 2002.
Major: Criminal Justice

Current Scheduled Teaching*

CJUS 4901.900, Senior Seminar: Criminal Justice and Public Policy, Fall 2021 Syllabus
CJUS 5800.900, Topics in Criminal Justice, Fall 2021 Syllabus

* Texas Education Code 51.974 (HB 2504) requires each institution of higher education to make available to the public, a syllabus for undergraduate lecture courses offered for credit by the institution.

Previous Scheduled Teaching*

CJUS 4330.900, Domestic and International Terrorism, Summer 5W2 2021 Syllabus
CJUS 4901.900, Senior Seminar: Criminal Justice and Public Policy, Summer 5W1 2021 Syllabus
CJUS 3340.800, Computer Crime, Spring 3W1 2021 Syllabus SPOT
CJUS 3340.850, Computer Crime, Spring 3W1 2021 SPOT
CJUS 3340.900, Computer Crime, Spring 2021 Syllabus SPOT
CJUS 5620.001, Seminar in Victimology, Spring 2021 Syllabus SPOT
CJUS 3340.900, Computer Crime, Fall 2020 Syllabus SPOT
CJUS 4901.900, Senior Seminar: Criminal Justice and Public Policy, Fall 2020 Syllabus SPOT
CJUS 5800.900, Topics in Criminal Justice, Summer 5W2 2020 Syllabus SPOT
CJUS 5800.950, Topics in Criminal Justice, Summer 5W2 2020 Syllabus SPOT
CJUS 4650.900, Victimology, Summer 5W2 2020 Syllabus SPOT
CJUS 3340.800, Computer Crime, Spring 3W1 2020 Syllabus
CJUS 4700.001, Research Methods in Criminal Justice, Spring 2020 Syllabus
CJUS 5620.601, Seminar in Victimology, Spring 2020 Syllabus
CJUS 5620.900, Seminar in Victimology, Spring 2020 Syllabus
CJUS 5620.950, Seminar in Victimology, Spring 2020 Syllabus
CJUS 4700.002, Research Methods in Criminal Justice, Fall 2019 Syllabus SPOT
CJUS 5800.002, Topics in Criminal Justice, Fall 2019 Syllabus SPOT
CJUS 2100.001, Crime and Justice in the United States, Spring 2019 Syllabus SPOT
CJUS 5950.008, Master's Thesis, Spring 2019
CJUS 4901.001, Senior Seminar: Criminal Justice and Public Policy, Spring 2019 Syllabus SPOT
CJUS 5800.901, Topics in Criminal Justice, Spring 2019 SPOT
CJUS 5950.008, Master's Thesis, Fall 2018
CJUS 5350.900, Seminar in Contemporary Policing, Fall 2018 SPOT
CJUS 5620.900, Seminar in Victimology, Fall 2018 SPOT
CJUS 4330.900, Domestic and International Terrorism, Summer 5W2 2018 Syllabus SPOT
CJUS 4901.900, Senior Seminar: Criminal Justice and Public Policy, Summer 5W1 2018 Syllabus SPOT
CJUS 3340.900, Computer Crime, Spring 2018 Syllabus SPOT
CJUS 5950.008, Master's Thesis, Spring 2018
CJUS 5620.001, Seminar in Victimology, Spring 2018 SPOT
CJUS 4901.900, Senior Seminar: Criminal Justice and Public Policy, Spring 2018 Syllabus SPOT
CJUS 5460.900, Correctional Practices and Programs, Fall 2017 SPOT
CJUS 5950.008, Master's Thesis, Fall 2017
CJUS 5800.900, Topics in Criminal Justice, Fall 2017 SPOT
CJUS 5800.950, Topics in Criminal Justice, Fall 2017 SPOT
CJUS 5350.900, Seminar in Contemporary Policing, Summer 5W2 2017 SPOT
CJUS 4901.900, Senior Seminar: Criminal Justice and Public Policy, Summer 5W2 2017 Syllabus SPOT
CJUS 3340.900, Computer Crime, Spring 2017 Syllabus SPOT
CJUS 4901.002, Senior Seminar: Criminal Justice and Public Policy, Spring 2017 Syllabus SPOT
CJUS 5900.900, Special Problems, Spring 2017
CJUS 3340.900, Computer Crime, Fall 2016 Syllabus SPOT
CJUS 5950.008, Master's Thesis, Fall 2016
CJUS 5620.900, Seminar in Victimology, Fall 2016 SPOT
CJUS 5900.909, Special Problems, Fall 2016
CJUS 3201.900, Criminal Law, Summer 5W2 2016 Syllabus SPOT
CJUS 4901.900, Senior Seminar: Criminal Justice and Public Policy, Summer 5W2 2016 Syllabus SPOT
CJUS 3340.900, Computer Crime, Spring 2016 Syllabus SPOT
CJUS 4330.001, Domestic and International Terrorism, Spring 2016 Syllabus SPOT
CJUS 5350.790, Seminar in Contemporary Policing, Spring 2016 SPOT
CJUS 5350.900, Seminar in Contemporary Policing, Spring 2016 SPOT
CJUS 4901.900, Senior Seminar: Criminal Justice and Public Policy, Spring 2016 Syllabus SPOT
CJUS 4901.950, Senior Seminar: Criminal Justice and Public Policy, Spring 2016 Syllabus SPOT
CJUS 5900.900, Special Problems, Spring 2016 SPOT
CJUS 3340.900, Computer Crime, Fall 2015 Syllabus SPOT
CJUS 4700.001, Research Methods in Criminal Justice, Fall 2015 Syllabus SPOT
CJUS 4901.002, Senior Seminar: Criminal Justice and Public Policy, Fall 2015 Syllabus SPOT
CJUS 5800.002, Topics in Criminal Justice, Fall 2015 SPOT
CJUS 3201.900, Criminal Law, Summer 5W2 2015 Syllabus SPOT
CJUS 3201.950, Criminal Law, Summer 5W2 2015 Syllabus SPOT
CJUS 4901.001, Senior Seminar: Criminal Justice and Public Policy, Summer 5W2 2015 Syllabus SPOT
CJUS 3340.900, Computer Crime, Spring 2015 Syllabus
CJUS 3340.950, Computer Crime, Spring 2015 Syllabus
CJUS 3410.001, Correctional Case Management, Spring 2015 Syllabus
CJUS 2100.001, Crime and Justice in the United States, Spring 2015 Syllabus
CJUS 4330.001, Domestic and International Terrorism, Spring 2015 Syllabus
CJUS 4460.001, Community Corrections, Fall 2014 Syllabus
CJUS 3340.001, Computer Crime, Fall 2014 Syllabus
CJUS 4901.002, Senior Seminar: Criminal Justice and Public Policy, Fall 2014 Syllabus
CJUS 5800.001, Topics in Criminal Justice, Fall 2014

* Texas Education Code 51.974 (HB 2504) requires each institution of higher education to make available to the public, a syllabus for undergraduate lecture courses offered for credit by the institution.

Published Publications

Published Intellectual Contributions

Book Chapter
Nodeland, B. (2015). Ethics in Probation and Parole.
Nodeland, B. (2012). Cyber-Related Violence.
Journal Article
Nodeland, B., Saber, M. C., DeBoer, L. (2021). Student Plans to Obtain a License to Carry on Campus after the Passage of Texas Senate Bill 11. Security Journal.
Saber, M. C., Nodeland, B., Wall, R. (2021). Predicting DNA Exonerations: Analysis of Data Obtained from the National Registry of Exonerations. Criminal Justice Policy Review.
Nodeland, B. (2020). The Effects of Self-control on the Cyber Victim-Offender Overlap. International Journal of Cybersecurity Intelligence and Cybercrime. https://vc.bridgew.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1073&context=ijcic
Saber, M. C., Nodeland, B. (2020). Concealed Handgun Licenses in Tennessee: An Examination of Factors Predicting Permits at the County-level. Journal of Crime and Justice.
Craig, J., Nodeland, B., Long, R., Spivey, E. (2020). Student Perceptions of Team-Based Learning in the Criminal Justice Classroom. Journal of Criminal Justice Education. 1-18. Routledge Taylor & Francis Group. https://doi.org/10.1080/10511253.2020.1742756
Belshaw, S. H., Nodeland, B., Underwood, L., Colaiuta, A. (2020). Teaching About the Dark Web in Criminal Justice or Related Programs at The Community College and University Levels. Journal of Cybersecurity Education, Research and Practice.
Nodeland, B., Craig, J. (2019). Perceptions of Legal and Extralegal Punishments for Sexual Harassment in the ‘MeToo’ Era. Deviant Behavior.
Nodeland, B., Saber, M. (2019). Student and Faculty Attitudes toward Campus Carry after the Implementation of SB11. Applied Psychology in Criminal Justice.
Trahan, A., Nodeland, B., Dixon, A. (2019). Public opinion of capital punishment: An intersectional analysis of race, gender, and class effects. Criminal Justice Review. 44(4), 452-469.
Nodeland, B., Belshaw, S., Saber, M. (2019). Teaching Cybersecurity to Criminal Justice Majors. Journal of Criminal Justice Education. 30(1), 71-90. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/10511253.2018.1439513
Nodeland, B. (2016). Virtual Peer Effects in Social Learning Theory. Crime & Delinquency. 62(12), 1543-1569.

Awarded Grants

Contracts, Grants and Sponsored Research

Grant - Research
Fritsch, E. J., Trulson, C. R., Belshaw, S. H., Nodeland, B., Craig, J., "Mentoring Junior Faculty Team Grant Project: Sustaining Networks through Community Outreach," Sponsored by UNT Team Grant, University of North Texas, $2000 Funded. (December 2016).
Grant - Teaching
Craig, J., Nodeland, B., Bradetich, J. R., "Online Team-Based Learning Workshop Hosted by UNT’s TBL Ambassadors," Sponsored by Office of Faculty Success, University of North Texas, $5000 Funded. (August 2019 – Present).
Craig, J. (Principal), Bradetich, J. R. (Co-Principal), Nodeland, B. (Supporting), Long, R. (Supporting), Hagan, B. (Supporting), "Team Based Learning Collaborative," University of North Texas, $5000 Funded. (20192020).
Bradetich, J. R. (Principal), Craig, J. (Co-Principal), Hagan, B. (Supporting), Long, R. (Supporting), Shadduck, M. (Supporting), Nodeland, B. (Supporting), "Cross-Campus Collaborators," University of North Texas, $5000 Funded. (September 2018May 2019).
Belshaw, S. H. (Co-Principal), Saber, M. C. (Co-Principal), Nodeland, B. (Co-Principal), Fritsch, E. J. (Co-Principal), "Mentoring Junior Faculty Team Grant Project: Sustaining and Developing Networks through Community Outreach," University of North Texas, $2000 Funded. (October 1, 2017July 1, 2018).
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Overall
Summative Rating
Challenge and
Engagement Index
Response Rate

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out of 7
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  • Overall Summative Rating (median):
    This rating represents the combined responses of students to the four global summative items and is presented to provide an overall index of the class’s quality. Overall summative statements include the following (response options include a Likert scale ranging from 5 = Excellent, 3 = Good, and 1= Very poor):
    • The course as a whole was
    • The course content was
    • The instructor’s contribution to the course was
    • The instructor’s effectiveness in teaching the subject matter was
  • Challenge and Engagement Index:
    This rating combines student responses to several SPOT items relating to how academically challenging students found the course to be and how engaged they were. Challenge and Engagement Index items include the following (response options include a Likert scale ranging from 7 = Much higher, 4 = Average, and 1 = Much lower):
    • Do you expect your grade in this course to be
    • The intellectual challenge presented was
    • The amount of effort you put into this course was
    • The amount of effort to succeed in this course was
    • Your involvement in course (doing assignments, attending classes, etc.) was
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