Professor Zulia joined the faculty as an adjunct lecturer in fall 2005. He was promoted to the position adjunct professor in fall 2011. He is retired from the Niagara County Sheriff's Department in 2003. Professor Zulia is responsible for teaching undergraduate Criminal Justice majors and minors. He teaches Private Security (CRJ335), Constitutional Criminal Procedure (CRJ260), Law Enforcement (CRJ230), and Introduction to Criminal Justice (CRJ201).
Focus of Teaching
Professor Zulia is proud to teach in the Criminology and Criminal Justice Department at Niagara University, and fortunate to be part of such a professional and impressive faculty. Professor Zulia's teaching style is to present the material from the theoretical perspective and then to reinforce the learning objective from the practical perspective. He hopes that this approach generates increase student interest in the Criminal Justice system.
- M.A., Criminal Justice, SUNY Albany
- M.S., Criminal Justice, SUNY College at Buffalo
- B.A., Criminal Justice, Edinboro University