Mary Isis Wuestewald

Mary Isis WuestewaldMary Isis Wuestewald has taught at the University of Arkansas - Fort Smith since 2010. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Oakland University (Michigan) and her Master of Science in Criminal Justice from Wayne State University (Michigan), where she served as a graduate teaching assistant.  

Wuestewald teaches the following courses at UAFS: Criminology, Introduction to the Criminal Justice System, Juvenile Delinquency and Juvenile Justice, Psychology and Crime, Serial Killers, Violent Offenders, and Wrongful Convictions.

Before coming to UAFS, she taught in the Administration of Justice Studies Department at a college in Phoenix, Ariz.

Wuestewald collaborates with the Michigan Innocence Clinic, a law school-based program at the University of Michigan that investigates claims of wrongful incarceration. Her areas of interest include criminal profiling, criminal psychology, wrongful convictions, and violent offenders. She recently presented internationally on the topic of mass murder typologies. Ms. Wuestewald is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Criminal Justice at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.

Mary Isis Wuestewald
Instructor, Criminal Justice
Vines Building, room 231