Megan Kienzle

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Assistant Professor - University of Florida

Office: Brown Building Room 231
Phone: (585) 395-5127

Criminal Justice Department
The College at Brockport, State University of New York
350 New Campus Drive
Brockport, NY   14420

Courses Offered

  • Police Process
  • Investigations
  • Death Penalty
  • Research Method
  • Introduction to Criminal Justice

Research Interests

  • Jury/Juror Decision Making
  • Causes of Wrongful Conviction
  • Alibis
  • Evidence Contamination


Megan joined to the department in Fall 2013. Growing up in Iowa, she received her undergraduate degree in psychology (B.S.) from Iowa State University, then moved to Florida to attend graduate school at the University of Florida in 2008. She received her master's degree in Criminology, Law and Society there, and is currently finishing her doctoral work examining juror perceptions of evidence contamination. She has been involved in various research projects studying the intersection of psychology and law by focusing on decision making in the legal context. Megan taught courses on the Death Penalty, Law and Society, and Psychology and Law while in graduate school and is teaching Police Process and Investigations at Brockport this fall.

Last Updated 10/4/18

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