Dr. Egan Kyle Green

Professor of Criminal Justice

Extended Campus Coordinator


  • Ph.D., Indiana University of Pennsylvania

  • M.A., East Tennessee State University

  • B.S., Appalachian State University


Dr. Green joined the Radford University faculty in 2005.

Spring 2016 Schedule

CRJU-382, Wildlife Crime and Conservation Law Enforcement, 12:30-1:45 TR
CRJU-675, Studies in Criminological Theory, 6:30-9:30 R

Office Hours:  1100 -12:15 Tuesday/Thursday & 2:00 - 3:00 Thursday

Interests
Dr. Green's research explores rural crime, with a focus on wildlife crime and wildlife law enforcement; he also conducts research on illicit liquor manufacturing and distribution.

Recent Professional Activities
Dr. Green recently completed a training course at Colorado State University on wildlife management which benefits his research on wildlife crime issues, as well as the Wildlife Crime and Conservation Law Enforcement class (CRJU-382).  He is currently beginning a project examining the link between wildlife crime and criminological theory.  Dr. Green presented a paper at the 2014 conference of the American Criminological Society on techniques of neutralization used by moonshiners.  He is revising an article about illicit alcohol producers for an academic journal and preparing another paper on the subject for the 2016 annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences.