Associate Professor and Director, Institute of Crime Science, CECH Criminal Justice
660H Teachers College
Dr. Cory P. Haberman is Associate Professor and Director of the Institute of Crime Science in the School of Criminal Justice at the University of Cincinnati. Dr. Haberman earned his PhD from the Department of Criminal Justice at Temple University in 2015. Since then, Dr. Haberman has used a crime science perspective to understand why crime happens when and where it does and how society can use that information for crime prevention. As an action researcher, Dr. Haberman's work often includes directly partnering and working with public safety stakeholders to ensure his work has real-world grounding and application. Dr. Haberman prides himself on making his work both scientifically rigorous and practically applicable. In 2019, Dr. Haberman was selected as a U.S. National Institute of Justice LEADS Academic. Dr. Haberman's academic work has received several awards, such as the 2019 Early Career Award from the American Society of Criminology's Division of Policing and the 2021 University of Cincinnati Faculty Excellence Award.