Professor Tim Apolito, a '67 UD grad, teaches three courses in the Criminal Justice Studies Program, coordinates the internship program for criminal justice, and advises Alpha Phi Sigma (the criminal justice studies honors fraternity). He began teaching at UD as an adjunct instructor 25 years ago, and has been a full-time faculty member for five years. He is also a member of the Board of Directors for the Miami Valley Crime Stoppers, and a consultant to the Montgomery County Juvenile Court R.I.S.E. Gender-specific Treatment Program as well as the Juvenile Sexual Offender Registration and Notification Program. He also develops in-service training programs for the Dayton area criminal justice professional community.
The Faculty Perspective
I am especially interested in helping students learn how to "market" themselves. I have utilized program and university resources to create innovative video resumes for our students, as well as the course CJS 300 (Career Development in Criminal Justice). I try to be just as concerned about what happens to our students after graduation as I am while they are still with us. I like working with our alumni to develop networking and other methods that help our students realize their goals. I also thoroughly enjoy my work with the internship program. Over the past 4 years we have been able to extend our summer internship placements beyond Ohio's borders to include New York and Tennessee. During the summer of '03 we plan to expand to include Missouri, Nevada and California.
- M.Ed., Xavier University, 1969
- Criminal justice career development
- Technology in criminal justice
Numerous workbooks and test review guides for CJS 101 (Introduction to Criminal Justice), CJS 322 (Policing in Society), and CJS 300 (Career Development in Criminal Justice)