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Michael McDonald

Instructor of Criminal Justice and Public Administration

Michael McDonald

Instructor of Criminal Justice and Public Administration
BIOGRAPHY:

Education:

A.A., Middle Tennessee State University

B.S., Middle Tennessee State University

M.P.A., Southern Illinois University, Carbondale

J.D., John Marshall Law School

 

Michael E. Mc Donald is an Adjunct Professor of Criminal Justice, Public Administration, and Political Science. Michael also serves as the faculty advisor to the CU Pre-law Society. Michael earned his Associate in Arts in Law Enforcement and Bachelor of Science in Political Science from Middle Tennessee State University, Master in Public Affairs/Administration from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, and his J.D./Juris Doctor Degree from The John Marshall Law School in Chicago. He also attended Vanderbilt University School of Divinity.

He was the first African American to be Elected Student Body/SGA President in the History of MTSU, and a Justice Thurgood Marshall Legal Fellow. Michael also served on the first National Advisory Board for the “Teaching Tolerance” program of the Southern Poverty Law Center in Montgomery, Alabama.