Dorothy Kersha-Aerga

  • Associate Professor
  • Social and Behavioral Sciences (Criminal Justice), ECSU
  • ddsule@ecsu.edu
  • (252)335-2601

Dorothy Kersha-Aerga is an Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice in the Department of Criminal Justice, Sociology and Social Work. She holds a Law Degree (LLB) from Ahmadu Bello University Nigeria, a JD from Nigerian Law School and a Masters and Ph.D in Juvenile Justice from Prairie View A & M Texas. Prior to joining Elizabeth City State University, in August of 2010, she taught at Benedict College South Carolina. Dr. Kersha-Aerga has taught the following courses: American Constitution Law, Juvenile Delinquency, Juvenile Justice, Criminology, Introduction to Criminal Law, Crime in America, Probation Pardon and Parole, Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justices and Court System. Dr. Kersha-Aerga research interest includes Juvenile delinquency, Gangs and Minority issues.

There are 1 included publications by Dorothy Kersha-Aerga :

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An Examination of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) as a Policy Bedrock and Therapy for the Challenge of Unauthorized Children Arrivals 2019 55 The United States of America has long prided itself as a country of immigrants and opportunity, where people in search of liberty and freedom can realize their dreams without inhibition. This pride and acknowledgment of the role of immigrants in foun...