Assistant ProfessorApplied Forensic Science
M.S., Forensic Science, University of New Haven
Graduate Certificate; Advanced Investigations, University of New Haven
Professor Jabbour has been involved in law enforcement for over 30 years and brings real-life cases and scenarios to his classroom.
“I enjoyed the interaction with many, many people and derived great pleasure from the satisfaction of solving some complex investigations that brought closure to crime victims, their families and the criminal justice system.”
He was appointed Education Commissioner with the American College of Forensic Examiners and has been interviewed on an episode of “Snapped” on the Oxygen network to discuss a homicide investigation and forensics at an area school.
Professor Jabbour teaches Forensic Science, Veterinary Forensics, Forensic Psychology, Case Studies and Special Topics in Forensic Science and Emergency Management for Sports Management. He is a member of the American College of Forensic Examiners and continues to present specialized lectures and assists high schools with the development of forensic science curriculum as well as making high school visits.
Professor Jabbour stresses the importance of identifying both short and long term career goals and encourages the pursuit of a college education which will open doors during the job search and above all, provide the impetus to be open to new methods, ideas and lifelong learning.