Rebecca Sarver

Rebecca Sarver
Program Coordinator, Criminal Justice
Assistant Teaching Professor, Criminal Justice
Science Building, 108E
Penn State Wilkes-Barre
44 University Drive
Dallas, PA 18612

Dr. Rebecca Sarver completed her B.S. in Rehabilitation Education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and then worked in the human services field in a variety of settings, including community mental health and traumatic brain injury. After completing her M.A. in Adult and Community Education she went on to hold leadership positions within several organizations, including a group home for juvenile girls and an advocacy program for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. After spending 25 years in the field serving as a community educator and mentor, Dr. Sarver returned to school to complete her Ph.D. in Administration and Leadership Studies/Sociology to pursue her lifelong goal of teaching in higher education. Her experience includes teaching in the human services programs of several private institutions. She served seven years in the Pennsylvania Army National Guard. Dr. Sarver is a grant reviewer for both state and federal grants that serve victims of crime. Her research interests include leadership in the military and higher education, restorative justice, and domestic violence. 

Dr. Sarver’s research interests include leadership in the military and higher education, restorative justice, and domestic violence. 

B.S., Rehabilitation Education, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

M.A., Adult and Community Education, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Ph.D., Administration and Leadership Studies/Sociology, Indiana University of Pennsylvania