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Artello, Kristine Posted 1/8/20 - 4/8/20 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Tenure Track or Tenured
Education:
PhD in Criminology, Law and Society from UCI
JD from Case Western Reserve Law School
MSA from Case Western Reserve Law School
Areas of Specialization:
Public Corruption. Criminal Law Policy
Other Qualifications or Comments:
 
 
Brault, Elizabeth Posted 8/19/19 - 2/19/20 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Assistant Professor
Education:
Ph.D. (2020) - Louisiana State University, Department of Sociology
M.A. (2016) - Louisiana State University, Department of Sociology
B.A. (2013) - University of Montana, Departments of Sociology (Criminology) and Psychology (Experimental)
Areas of Specialization:
Reentry & Recidivism; Mass Incarceration & Communities; Quantitative Methods; Spatial Methods; Social Capital; Social Support
Other Qualifications or Comments:
I am broadly interested in the importance of neighborhoods and communities for crime, with my dissertation research focusing on how social capital is linked to recidivism, delinquency, and violence. My previous research explores the contextual factors for disadvantaged groups, their intersection with their communities and with the Criminal Justice System. I specialize in quantitative and spatial methods and have applied justice reform experience.
 
Etopio, Aubrey Posted 1/16/20 - 4/16/20 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Assistant Professor or postdoc
Education:
PhD (May 2020), Interdisciplinary Social Psychology: University of Nevada, Reno
MA (2015), Interdisciplinary Social Psychology: University of Nevada, Reno
BS (2013), Psychology and Health Science: SUNY Brockport
Areas of Specialization:
Fear of crime, perceived safety, victimization, mental health, program evaluation, survey methods, qualitative methods, mixed methods
Other Qualifications or Comments:
ACUE course in effective teaching (6-module pilot course): o Promoting a civil learning environment o Engaging underprepared students o Embracing diversity in the classroom o Using active learning techniques in small groups o Planning effective class discussions o Facilitating engaging class discussions
 
Hood, Brittany Posted 11/1/19 - 2/1/20 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Tenure-track Assistant Professor
Education:
Doctor of Philosophy in Criminal Justice, Minor in Statistical Sciences, Indiana University Bloomington, Expected May 2020
Master of Science in Criminal Justice and Public Safety, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University Indianapolis, May 2015
Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Purdue University, Indianapolis, May 2013.
Areas of Specialization:
Crime & Mental Illness, Corrections, Specialty Courts, Serial Homicide, Decision-making, Procedural Justice
Other Qualifications or Comments:
 
 
Jonas, Shenae Posted 12/3/19 - 3/3/20 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Researcher
Education:
BSc. International Relations and Criminology
Areas of Specialization:
I have research experience in the following areas :
(1) Field researcher with the Ministry of Justice on the National Task Force Against Trafficking in Persons Research Project.
(2) Field researcher in the Jamaican's responses to Chik V and Zik V Research Project.
(3) Student Research Assistant in the Inter-American Development Bank and Centre for Leadership Inmate Study focused on advancing the Correctional System in Jamaica.
(4) Lead Research Assistant in the Restorative Justice and Holistic Policing Research Project.
I am currently sit on the Courts Infrastructure Steering Committee, geared towards the building and development of Courts island-wide. Preparation of Weekly reports to be presented to the Chief Justice of Jamaica, liaison with Court of Appeal, Supreme Court, Parish and Family Court Judges, Court Management Services and Architects for expertise input.
Other Qualifications or Comments:
 
 
Klein, Hannah Posted 11/1/19 - 2/1/20 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Assistant Professor
Education:
Temple University, Ph.D. Candidate, Estimated Graduation May 2020 Dissertation: "Adverse Childhood Experiences and Adolescent Gang Membership: Utilizing Latent Class Analysis to Understand the Relationship" Villanova University
Masters of Public Adminstration, Graduation May 2013 Lafayette College
Bachelor of Arts in Math & Economics, Graduation May 2011
Areas of Specialization:
Gangs, Youth Violence Prevention, Victimization & Trauma, Gun Violence, Community Violence, Theory, Juvenile Justice
Other Qualifications or Comments:
 
 
Kurti, Marin Posted 10/24/19 - 1/24/20 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Assistant Professor
Education:
Ph.D., Criminal Justice, Rutgers University
M.A., Criminal Justice, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
B.A., Sociology, Fordham University
Areas of Specialization:
Policing, Drugs and Crime, Organized Crime, Health and Crime
Other Qualifications or Comments:
 
 
Lautenschlager, Rachel Posted 11/1/19 - 2/1/20 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Assistant Professor
Education:
PHD in Sociology, University of Miami (expected May 2020)
Areas of Specialization:
Criminology; Race, Ethnicity, and Immigration
Other Qualifications or Comments:
 
 
Leimberg, Anna Posted 10/23/19 - 1/23/20 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Assistant Professor
Education:
Ph.D. in International Crime and Justice from Florida International University Expected July 2020
Areas of Specialization:
Juvenile Delinquency, Unstructured Socializing with Peers, Adolescent Substance Use, and Handgun Carrying
Other Qualifications or Comments:
Hybrid Certified Instructor
 
Peterson, Jessica Posted 11/1/19 - 2/1/20 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Tenure-Track Assistant Professor
Education:
Ph.D. Candidate (2020) - Indiana University Department of Criminal Justice
M.A. 2017 - Indiana University Department of Criminal Justice
B.S. 2013 - Texas Christian University Psychology and Criminal Justice
Areas of Specialization:
Policing, Juvenile Justice & Policy, Rural Communities & Crime, and Qualitative Methods
Other Qualifications or Comments:
I completed a declared minor through the Maurer School of Law at IU and also completed enough credit hours to obtain a minor in the Sociology department
 
Pomykacz, Corey Posted 12/3/19 - 3/3/20 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Assistant Professor
Education:
2020 - Expected Graduation in August for Ph.D. in Sociology University of Central Florida Dissertation: How High: Assessing the Impact of Educational Attainment on Marijuana Use
2017 - Masters of Arts in Applied Sociology University of Central Florida Thesis: Sexual Assault Victimization and Substance Use: An Examination Using General Strain Theory Advisor: Jason Ford
2016 - Bachelor of Arts in Sociology Minor: Business University of Central Florida
Areas of Specialization:
Substance Use Crime and Deviance Social Problems Medical and Health Issues Criminology Criminological Theory
Other Qualifications or Comments:
 
Reling, Timothy Posted 10/23/19 - 1/23/20 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Assistant Professor (Tenure-Track)
Education:
Ph.D. (2020) - Sociology, Louisiana State University
M.A. (2016) - Sociology, Louisiana State University
B.A. (2014) - Criminal Justice, Southeastern Louisiana University
B.A. (2014) - Psychology, Southeastern Louisiana University
Areas of Specialization:
Sexual Assault; Gender and Crime; Victimology; Predictive Analytics; Quantitative Methods/Statistics
Other Qualifications or Comments:
My primary research interests join the sociology, criminology, and gender/sexualities literature to explore how culture and social structure normalize and perpetuate sexual violence. My secondary research interests examine the actuarial risk and treatment of correctional populations within a risk-needs-responsivity framework. My research efforts have engaged with a variety of quantitative methods, including structural equation modeling, negative binomial/Poisson regression, and data analytics.
 
VandenBerg, Robert Posted 1/6/20 - 4/6/20 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Associate Professor
Education:
Ph.D. in Sociology, Ohio State University, expected Spring 2020 Dissertation: “Framing Violent Extremism: Terrorism and Narratives of Meaning” Committee: Edward Crenshaw (chair), Ryan King, Hollie Nyseth Brehm, Eric Schoon
M.A. in Sociology, Ohio State University, Summer 2014
M.A. in History, University of North Dakota, Spring 2008
B.A. in German and Norwegian with minor in History, University of North Dakota, Spring 2006
Areas of Specialization:
Peace, War and Social Conflict; Criminology; Terrorism and Political Violence; Comparative and Historical Sociology; Political Sociology; Religion
Other Qualifications or Comments:
Veteran of the U.S. Air Force Conversant in multiple European languages
 

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