Faculty and Staff

Linda Clark, J.D., PhD

Department Head, Criminal Justice
Instructor of Criminal Justice & Government

Wharton County Junior College
14004 University Boulevard
Sugar Land, TX 77479
Phone: (281) 243-8575
Email: lindac@wcjc.edu

Dr. Linda Clark received her Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Oklahoma in Journalism and English Education, her Juris Doctorate at Oklahoma City University, and her PhD in Political Science from the University of Houston. After graduating from law school, Dr. Clark served as a captain in the United States Army in the Judge Advocate General's Corps. Prior to joining the faculty at WCJC in 1998, she was an attorney in private practice in Oklahoma and Texas. Dr. Clark has also taught on an adjunct basis at colleges in both Oklahoma and Texas. She teaches all CRIJ courses.

G.G. Hunt, B.S., M.S.

Instructor of Criminal Justice
Division Chair, Math, Readiness, & Justice
Wharton County Junior College
911 Boling HighwayWharton Texas, 77488
Office: Administration Building, Room 112
Phone: 979-532-6344
Email: gghunt@wcjc.edu

G.G. Hunt received both her Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement and Master’s of Science degree in Criminal Justice Management from Sam Houston State University. Ms. Hunt worked in law enforcement (Harris County Sheriff’s Office) and corrections (Harris County Adult Probation) before coming to WCJC as an Assistant Director of the Police Academy and criminal justice instructor. She has served as Interim Academic Dean, Division Chair of Social and Behavioral Science and Communications and Fine Arts. Ms. Hunt is currently Division Chair of Math, Readiness, and Justice as well as Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement instructor. She teaches all CRIJ courses, specializing in Corrections, Police Systems and Criminal Investigations.

 

 

Part Time Instructors

William T. Prince
Instructor of Criminal Justice
Wharton County Junior College
Fort Bend Technical Center
5333 FM 1640
Richmond, Texas 77469
princew@wcjc.edu

Will Prince received his Bachelor of Science degree in criminal justice from Cameron University and his Master of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Radford University.  Upon completion of his graduate program, Mr. Prince accepted a tenure-track position on the Criminal Justice faculty of Fairmont State University where he taught courses at all four college grade levels for several years before entering the corporate security field.  He is a Certified Protection Professional, board-certified in Security Management by ASIS International, and also holds a Paralegal Certificate from the University of Houston.  Mr. Prince was an adjunct faculty member at WCJC from 2003 through 2006 and returned in 2013.


Aaron Slater
Instructor of Criminal Justice
Wharton County Junior College
Fort Bend Technical Center
5333 FM 1640
Richmond, Texas 77469
slatera@wcjc.edu


 Aaron Slater is President of ACED Consultants which specializes in offering training, development and technology services to law enforcement agencies and private industry. He formerly served as the Commanding Officer of the Rosenberg Police Department Patrol Division. His undergraduate degree is from Mountain State University in Organizational Leadership. His Master of Science degree is in Criminal Justice Leadership and Management from Sam Houston State University. He is certified as a Master Police Officer and holds several other TCLEOSE certifications. During his career, he has been a S.W.A.T. Operator, undercover narcotics detective, and Field Training Officer, In addition to his patrol supervisory duties, he oversaw the Rosenberg Police Department social media offerings.


Aaron Tyksinski
Instructor of Criminal Justice
Wharton County Junior College
Fort Bend Technical Center
5333 FM 1640
Richmond, Texas 77469
tyksinskia@wcjc.edu

Aaron Tyksinski received his Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Criminal Justice from the University of Houston-Downtown and is scheduled to complete his PhD in 2017. He holds a Master Police Officer license in addition to several other public safety certifications. He attended the Wharton County Junior College police academy and upon completion went to work for the Fort Bend County Precinct 3 Constable's Office and rose through the ranks to the position of Chief Deputy. He also teaches for the University of Houston-Downtown.


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