Mental health and substance use disorders, victimization of vulnerable populations, human trafficking, police and prosecutorial decision-making
Pallie Koehn is a doctoral student in Criminology, Law and Society at George Mason. She is currently a Graduate Teaching Assistant for CRIM 495: Capstone in Criminology, Law and Society. She earned her B.A.s in Sociology-Criminology and Psychology and a minor in Leadership Studies at Kansas State University in 2018.
Prior to starting at George Mason, Pallie worked in the Reward, Timing, and Decision Laboratory at Kansas State University and as a research intern at the Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking in Denver, Colorado.
CRIM 495: Capstone in Criminology, Law and Society (Graduate Teaching Assistant)
B.A. in Sociology, specialization in Criminology, Kansas State University
B.A. in Psychology, Kansas State University
Minor in Leadership Studies, Kansas State University