Dr. Rachel Seeber Conine
Dr. Seeber Conine is an adjunct lecturer for the criminal justice and gender and women’s studies departments, and the branch campus criminal justice program located in Queensbury, N.Y. She received her bachelor’s degree from SUNY PolyTech in psychology and her master’s from Boston University in criminal justice and her Ed.D. from The University of New England in education.
Her main research interests and dissertation focus on student disclosures and instructors’ responses of personal trauma in the online classroom. Rachel has over two decades of experience advocating for crime victims at the local, state and federal levels of government and served in local government as an elected member of the Warren County Board of Supervisors as a Supervisor at Large in Queensbury, N.Y. In addition to her previous service on numerous state and federal boards, including being appointed to the New York Association of Counties Women’s Advisory Board while serving in office, Rachel was the first woman to be elected as the chair of the Warren County Board of Supervisors in 2021. She continues to teach criminal justice, gender studies and education courses, as well as develops curriculum for education departments with several colleges and universities across the country. Dr. Seeber Conine also owns her own small business in her free time and specializes in student abroad travel experiences, exploring comparative criminal justice within the field of victimology and victim assistance.
- Ed.D. in Education and Leadership, University of New England
- M.A. in Criminal Justice, Boston University
- B.S. in Psychology and Political Science, State University of New York at Utica/Rome
- Certificate in Communications, Cornell University
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