Experts Guide

Welcome to the RIT Experts Guide. Here you will find information on RIT faculty and staff with expertise in a variety of areas. Each profile includes the expert’s credentials and contact information.

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Samuel McQuade

Graduate Program Coordinator, Cross-disciplinary Professional Studies Master's Program
Expert in:
Cybersecurity
Cyber-bullying
Computer security
Internet issues
Criminal justice issues

Credentials:
Former Air National Guard security police officer, deputy sheriff, police officer and detective
National Institute of Justice program manager for the U.S Department of Justice, and study director for the Committee on Law and Justice of the National Research Council of the National Academies of Sciences, U.S. Department of Justice and Congress
Consultant, Urban Institute, and Deputy Director of Research and Resource Development at the Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia
Lead author-researcher of the January 2008 comprehensive cybercrime research study, involving over 40,000 K-12th grade students,parents and teachers.
Author: Understanding and Managing Cybercrime (2006), The Encyclopedia of Cybercrime and Cyber Bullying: Protecting Kids and Adults from Online Bullies (2008)

Contact:
Michelle Cometa, University News Services, 585-475-4954 or macuns@rit.edu