Diane Brogan Profile


Ms. Diane V. Brogan


Department: Sociology
Office: 205 Trout Hall



B.A., Roanoke College; M.S., Radford University


Professor Brogan holds a Master's degree in Criminal Justice from Radford University, having completed graduate work at Virginia Commonwealth University as well. Since 1991, she has taught a variety of courses including Introduction to Sociology, Criminology, and Juvenile Delinquency. In 2002, Professor Brogan retired from the Virginia Department of Juvenile Justice after 26 years of service working with youth and families. Her interests include evaluation of juvenile interventions and programming, the examination of bureaucratic organizations, and the application of criminological theory to practice. Professor Brogan has served both the Sociology and Public Affairs Departments as a Teaching Associate since 2005-2006. She currently teaches Juvenile Delinquency, Juvenile Justice, Comparative Corrections, Deviant Behavior, Restorative Justice (INQ 110) and Elite Deviance (INQ 260) and is Co-coordinator for the Crime, Deviance and Social Control Concentration.