Dr. Wynetta McMullin
Dr. McMullin has served as faculty in the RN-BSN Program at Prairie View A&M University since 2005. Dr. McMullin began her study in nursing at Blinn College in the Licensed Vocational Nursing Program (LVN) before completing her Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing (BSN) from Prairie View A&M University. Dr. McMullin has served as the coordinator of the PVAMU RN to BSN program via distance education sites between Houston, Bryan/College Station and Huntsville, Texas, providing her with unique experiences in programs similar to RELLIS.
“I look forward to teaching the students who have progressed through the Blinn College Associate of Applied Science degrees (AAS) and are ready for the next step in their educational journey. By teaching at RELLIS, I will have the opportunity to instill a strong RN to BSN program in the area. I look forward to sharing my passion for nursing with my students and hope they will develop the same enthusiasm.”
Shantaé M. Motley
Ms. Shantaé Motley is an instructor and program coordinator of Criminalistics in the College of Juvenile Justice and Psychology. Ms. Motley’s current research interests include adverse childhood experiences, substance use, parental incarceration, teen dating violence, cybercrime, tool mark impressions, and firearms.
“I am excited to be here on the RELLIS Campus on behalf of Prairie View A&M University. We are using this opportunity to teach students about the new direction the criminal justice system is moving towards, criminalistics. The criminalistics concentration combines forensic science, technology, and crime and will allow our students to be prepared to make an impact on the criminal justice profession.”