Jill Schellenberg

Education

  • PhD (in progress), Criminology/Victimology, The International Victimology Institute Tilburg, Tilburg, Holland
  • MA, Conflict Management and Peacemaking, Fresno Pacific University
  • BA, Business: Management and Organizational Development, Fresno Pacific University

Professional Background

  • Assistant Professor of Criminology and Restorative Justice and Director of the Criminology and Restorative Justice Program, Tabor College (current)
  • Director of Criminology and Restorative Justice Studies, Fresno Pacific University, Fresno, Cal.
  • Faculty, School of Humanities, Religion and Social Science, Fresno Pacific University, Fresno, Cal.
  • Faculty, Center for Peacemaking and Conflict Studies, Fresno Pacific University, Fresno, Cal.

Courses Taught

  • Criminology
  • Juvenile Delinquency and Justice
  • Restorative Justice
  • Victimology

Presentations

  • Schellenberg, J. “Victimization: Community Attitudes on Restorative Justice.” American Society of Victimology.
  • Schellenberg, J. “Using Your Leadership Role to Impact the Culture of the Organization.” Mennonite Health Assembly.
  • Schellenberg, J. “Getting Off to a Good Start: Board Orientation and Development.” Mennonite Health Assembly.
  • Schellenberg, J. “A University Model for Systemic Alternative Dispute Resolution: Bringing Victims Into the Process.” World Society of Victimology Conference.
  • Schellenberg, J. “Conflict Management with Developmentally Disabled Children.” British Columbian MCC Developmentally Disabled Conference.
  • Schellenberg, J. “Victim Recovery.” American Society of Victimology.
  • Schellenberg, J. “Developing a Degree Completion Program in Criminology and Restorative Justice Studies.” Academic of Criminal Justice Sciences.
  • Schellenberg, J. “Justicia Restaurativa y Procesos de Paz [Restorative Justice and the Peace Process].” Programa Del Curso De Victimologĭa Y Asistencia A Vĭctimas in Bogotá, Colombia.