. Kimora

. Kimora

Adjunct
Phone number: 
212.237.8430
Room number: 
432.13T

Education

PhD
MA
BA
AA
University of Minnesota (Vocational & Technical Education)
University of Wisconsin (Theatre Arts)
University of Wisconsin (Communication Arts)
Lowthian College (Fashion Merchandising)

Bio

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Publications

Kimora (in press). Methamphetamine abuse and treatment in rural America. In D. Phillips (Ed.), Rural crime.

Kimora (in press). Instructor’s Manual: Prison: Getting out by going in. Los Angeles:CA.

Kimora (2009). The correctional educator: a nontraditional occupation. Offender Programs Report. Kingston, NJ: Civic Research Institute.

Kimora (2009). The Bard Initiative: Excellent example of empowering education behind the walls that needs to be replicated. Offender Programs Report. Kingston, NJ: Civic Research Institute.

Kimora & M. Hazelbaker (2008). The punishment potlatch: a way out. Offender Preparation & Education Network, Inc. Garland, TX.

Taylor, Mara & Kimora (2008). Women in prison: women finding freedom. (Forward by Kimora). Los Angeles: CA.

Kimora and Michael Aman (2008). No country for old men: psychopathic elements in an Academy-award winning film. Community corrections report on Law and Corrections Practice. Kingston, NJ: Civic Research Institute.

Kimora (2007). Current issues in probation and parole. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation. Volume 46.

Kimora (2007). “Prologue to violence: child abuse, dissociation and crime. Book review in D. Phillips’ Mental health issues in the criminal justice system. The Haworth Press, Inc.

Kimora (2007). Education enhances Sing Sing residents. Offender Preparation & Education Network, Inc. Garland, TX.

Kimora (2007). Book review: Prologue to violence: child abuse, dissociation and crime in Journal of Offender Rehabilitation.

Kimora (2007) Providing incentives to offenders in the re-entry process. Community Corrections Report on Law and Corrections Practice. Kingston, NJ: Civic Research Institute.

Research interest

-Educational empowerment

-Correctional education

-Cognitive skills training

-Education and mental illness

-Ethics in law and politics

-Social activism

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