Marie Ouellet

Marie Ouellet

Assistant Professor

Georgia State University

Dr. Marie Ouellet is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology at Georgia State University. Her research applies network science to better understand the ways relationships and interactions shape group dynamics and offending patterns. She is currently conducting a longitudinal study on police networks to better understand the formal and informal structures of policing, including organizational cohesion and fragmentation within departments, and the consequences of these network structures on the diffusion of behaviors and attitudes. Dr. Ouellet’s work has been published in Criminology, Criminology & Public Policy, Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, and Justice Quarterly.

Read more about Dr. Ouellet’s work at her personal website.

  • Group dynamics
  • Co-offending
  • Social Network Analysis
  • PhD in Criminology, 2016

    Simon Frasier University

  • MA in Criminology, 2012

    Université de Montréal