Witt’s research interests are in the areas of juvenile justice, courts, and Supreme Court decisions that impact the criminal justice system. She is an active member of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences.
A variety of Criminal Justice courses are taught by Witt in both the traditional classroom setting on the Limestone campus and on-line. She enjoys interacting with students in the classroom and mentoring them. She is the advisor for Alpha Phi Sigma, the National Criminal Justice Honor Society.
Limestone students and faculty have regularly and repeatedly recognized Witt’s excellence in the classroom, as evidenced by her receipt of three Fullerton Teaching Awards since she joined the Limestone faculty in 2006. She has served for several years as the Hearing Officer for Limestone’s Judicial Board.
Dr. Karen Gainey, Limestone College Executive Vice President, says “Dr. Witt is committed to helping students, both inside and outside the classroom, and her dedication makes a difference every day at Limestone.”