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Theodore Greenfelder

Theodore Greenfelder

CJRC Graduate Student

518 Oswald Tower
University Park , PA 16802


Theodore Greenfelder is a graduate student in the department of Criminology at Penn State University. His research interests include visitation and health while incarcerated, as well as the juvenile justice system. Theodore has assisted in collecting survey data in prisons as part of the Therapeutic Community Prison Inmate Network Study (TC-PINS) and as the interview team leader for the Women’s Prison Inmate Network Study (WO-PINS). He has also cleaned and maintained the datasets generated from TC-PINS and WO-PINS.

Theodore received his M.A. in Criminology from Penn State University and his B.S. from Central Michigan University with a double major in Sociology with a concentration in Social and Criminal Justice and Anthropology. Prior to his time at Penn State, Theodore interned with the Juvenile Court of Isabella County where he worked with both the Juvenile Drug Court and the Community Youth Garden.