Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice

College of Arts and Sciences

Welcome to Wilson Huang's Page
Teaching and Research Interests: policing, cybercrime, methods, data analysis, crimes across nations, comparative justice. 

My educational training in criminal justice started in Taiwan, and was advanced in the United States. I obtained a bachelor degree from a police university, studied for my MS degree at Arizona State, and completed my Ph.D. degree in criminal justice and criminology from University of Maryland. My educational experience and scholarly works accumulated in my career have equipped me the skills I need to become a teacher and social scientist. At VSU, I am a full professor with tenure. I have enjoyed teaching and research, and have engaged in a diversity of services on and off campuses. In my free time, I exercise daily in the morning to keep me in good health.  I also work on home maintenances to make our house comfortable to live. Coffee and tea are my favorite drinks.


My Teaching

 Undergraduate Course Syllabi:

Research Methods
Data Analysis
Seminar in Law Enforcement
Seminar in Corrections
Cybercrime
  Comparative Justice Systems
Special Topic for Criminal Justice Study Abroad

Graduate Course Syllabi:

Applied Statistics and Research
Criminal Justice Planning and Evaluation
Advanced Seminar in Law Enforcement

My Publications

  Sample Articles

University Service

  Recent Services

Study Abroad and links

Summer Study Abroad in Taiwan and Hong Kong
  (An exemplary journal with photos)

General Studies in China
  (An exemplary journal with photos)

Azalea International Folk Fair
(a Valdosta based international fair recognized by resolutions passed by Georgia Senates and Representatives).


Contact Information

Telephone to the department: (229) 333-5943
Telephone to my office: (229) 333-5486
Fax: (229) 333-5492
Postal address: 1500 N. Patterson St., Valdosta, GA 31698-0060, USA
Electronic mail: whuang@valdosta.edu