Office: 525 Bishop Hall

Email: NancyHogan@ferris.edu

Phone: 231.591.2664

Nancy Hogan, PhD

Professor / Graduate Program Coordinator

Office: 525 Bishop Hall

Email: NancyHogan@ferris.edu

Phone: 231.591.2664

Professional activities and areas of interest

Dr. Hogan has been a faculty member in the School of Criminal Justice since 1997. Prior to Ferris, she was an assistant professor in the Department of Sociology, Social Work, & Criminology at Morehead State University in Kentucky. Her background includes 14 years as a correctional officer and prison counselor at a maximum-security facility in Pennsylvania. While pursuing her doctorate, she worked for “Project Thrive”, which is a program for drug exposed newborns and their mothers and she also taught traffic safety courses for the Arizona Supreme Court. Her research has focused primarily on work environment variables within the field of corrections, inmate treatment programs, and job stress. In 2016, Academic Affairs at Ferris honored her for her research and scholarly publications with The Academic Scholar of the Year award.

Certifications:

  • Michigan Sheriff Coordinating and Training Council–Certified to teach jail officer training.
  • Michigan Correctional Officers Training Council–Certified to teach required Corrections courses, Michigan Department of Corrections.

Recent Peer-Reviewed Publications

  • Griffin, M. Lambert, E., Hogan, N., Todak, N., & Hepburn, J. “A gendered career stage model to explore turnover intent among correctional officers. The Prison Journal. (2020)
  • Lambert, E., Paoline, E. & Hogan, N. “The effects of inmate medical issues on correctional staff job involvement and organizational commitment Journal of Correctional Health care, 26 (1), 66-82. (2020)
  • Lambert, E., Hogan, N., Block, L., Bethelot, E. & Morrow, W. “Examining the relationship between supervisor trust and administration trust with job involvement among private prison staff. Criminology, Criminal Justice, Law & Society 21(1), 60-73. (2020)
  • Lambert, E., Morrow, W., Hogan, N. & Vickovic. “Exploring the association between work-family conflict and job involvement among private correctional staff. Journal of Applied Security, 15 (1), 49-72. DOI: 10.1080/19361610.2019.1636591 (2019)
  • Lambert, E., Qureshi, H., Keena, L., Frank, J. & Hogan, N. “Exploring the link between work-family conflict and job burnout among Indian police officers.” The Police Journal: Theory, Practice, and Principles, 92 (1), 35-55. (2019)
  • Frank, J., Lambert, E., Qureshi, H., Myer, A., Klahm, C., Smith, B., & Hogan, N. “Disentangling the direct and indirect effects of task, individual, and organizational factors on occupational citizenship behavior. Criminal Justice Policy Review, 1-29. Onlinefirst. (2019)

Education:

Doctor of Philosophy, Justice Studies, Arizona State University, 1996.

Master of Science, Administration of Justice, Mercyhurst University, 1991

Bachelor of Arts, Criminal Justice, Gannon University, 1979.

Programs:

Criminal Justice, Criminal Justice Administration, School of Criminal Justice