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Artello, Kristine Posted 9/30/19 - 12/30/19 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Tenure Track or Tenured
Education:
DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN CRIMINOLOGY, LAW AND SOCIETY July 2010 University of California, Irvine, CA
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN SOCIAL ADMINISTRATION January 1993 Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH JURIS DOCTORATE January 1992 Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH
Areas of Specialization:
Law, Public Policy, Public corruption
Other Qualifications or Comments:
 
 
Becker, Patricia Posted 9/4/19 - 12/4/19 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Tenure Track Assistant Professor
Education:
Ph.D. (2020) - Criminology, University of Delaware
M.A. (2017) - Criminology, University of Delaware
B.A. (2015) - Criminal Justice & Sociology, La Salle University
Areas of Specialization:
Criminological theory; Gender; Victimology; Reentry and Family; Statistics and Research Methods; Criminal Justice Policy; Corrections
Other Qualifications or Comments:
My research is informed by criminological and gender theories. My substantive research addresses various dimensions of offending and victimization. More specifically, my research explores three areas: (i) the role—and importance—of families in the reentry process of justice-involved individuals, (ii) how parenting relates to recidivism and desistance, and (iii) how social and structural dynamics influence the relationship between family and crime. CV available upon request
 
Bishopp, Stephen Posted 10/1/19 - 1/1/20 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Assistant Professor
Education:
Ph.D. (2013) - University of Texas at Dallas, Criminology
M.S. (2009) - University of Texas at Dallas, Criminology
B.A. (1989) - Shippensburg University, Pennsylvania, Psychology
Areas of Specialization:
Evidence-based Policing, Research Design, Use of Force, Police Mental Health/wellness, Criminology Theory
Other Qualifications or Comments:
My work consists of evidence-based policing projects and includes survey research design, quantitative methods, and theory. Current research focuses on public policy, police officers’ mental health, and use of force. My teaching experience includes undergraduate courses in policing, criminology theory, fundamentals of criminal law, race and the criminal justice system, drugs and crime, and criminal investigations.
 
Brault, Elizabeth Posted 8/19/19 - 11/19/19 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.
 
Chua, Yi Ting Posted 8/29/19 - 11/29/19 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Assistant Professor (Tenure Track)
Education:
PhD (Criminal Justice) 2019 - Michigan State University
MS (Criminal Justice) 2012 - Michigan State University
BS (Criminal Justice) 2010 - Michigan State University
Areas of Specialization:
Cybercrime, Social Network, Online Radicalization
Other Qualifications or Comments:
My research agenda is shaped primarily by witnessing the increasing role of technology and cyberspace in criminal and deviant behaviors. Therefore, much of my current research focuses on the study of online deviant and criminal behaviors and the application of traditional criminological theories to cybercrime. A common thread running through my research is my deep interest in social network analysis as a methodology.
 
Colburn, Alayna Posted 9/9/19 - 12/9/19 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Assistant Professor
Education:
B.S. Sociology (2014, Kansas State University);
B.S. Psychology (2014, Kansas State University);
M.A. Sociology (2016; Kansas State University);
Ph.D. Sociology (expected 2020, Kansas State University)
Areas of Specialization:
Family violence, the military, policing, and criminology
Other Qualifications or Comments:
I have completed a graduate certificate in Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies and have taught nine courses with six different course preps
 
Erickson, Jacob Posted 8/26/19 - 11/26/19 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Assistant Professor
Education:
Ph.D. (2020) - Iowa State University
M.A. (2016) - Wichita State University
B.A. (2014) - Wichita State University
Areas of Specialization:
Deviant Identity/Decision Making, Drug Use/Trade, Juvenile Delinquency, Criminological Theory, Qualitative Methods
Other Qualifications or Comments:
Broadly my research program examines the intersections of culture, identity and action and how they relate to deviant and criminal behavior. Using both quantitative and qualitative methods, my research sheds light on how conceptions of self, attitudes and beliefs inform who commits crime and why. Qualitatively, my research focuses on how deviants construct identities, bring meaning to their behaviors and contextualize and motivate future action through the utilization of various cultural and societal narratives. Quantitatively, my research thus far considers how socio-culturally influenced attitudes inform crime and delinquency of various kinds, as well as the relationships between race, gender, delinquency, suspension and dropping out of school.
 
Etopio, Aubrey Posted 9/26/19 - 12/26/19 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Assistant Professor or postdoc
Education:
PhD, Interdisciplinary Social Psychology, University of Nevada, Reno (anticipated May 2020)
MA, Interdisciplinary Social Psychology, University of Nevada, Reno (May 2015)
BS, Psychology, Health Science, SUNY Brockport (May 2013)
Areas of Specialization:
Fear of crime, perceived safety, crime and health, victimization, gender, race, qualitative methods, survey methods
Other Qualifications or Comments:
My research broadly focuses on applying social psychological theory and concepts to criminological phenomena. For my dissertation, I am using emotions theories to reconceptualize fear of crime, which, to my knowledge, has never been done before. Specifically, I am using qualitative interview data, along with two competing theories of emotion, to redefine fear of crime and systematically create a new self-report measure for the construct. I also study fear of crime and perceived safety as they relate to gender, race, age, SES, and health.
 
Fabiani, Michelle Posted 8/7/19 - 11/7/19 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Tenure Track Assistant Professor
Education:
2019 PhD - University of Maryland Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice
2016 MA - University of Maryland Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice
2012 BA - University of Maryland Department of Anthropology
Areas of Specialization:
Quantitative & Qualitative Methods Computational Approaches Digital Technologies Criminological Theory Illicit Economies Organized Crime Terrorism
Other Qualifications or Comments:
My research focuses on identifying and understanding patterns of behavior in international to create practical tools for disrupting them. Specifically, I look at the development of and structural changes within illicit economies like human smuggling and assess how they are influenced by micro- and macro-level factors. to do so, I have developed an interdisciplinary comprehensive approach that integrates criminological theory, sophisticated quantitative methods, and digital technologies.
 
Farrell, Amanda Posted 7/19/19 - 10/19/19 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Assistant or Associate Professor
Education:
PhD in Criminology and Criminal Justice from Old Dominion University (2014)
MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Marymount University (in progress)
MSc in Investigative Psychology from the University of Liverpool (2008)
MA in Criminal Justice and Criminology from Sam Houston State University (2006)
BA in Criminal Justice and Sociology (Double Major) from Marymount University (2003)
Areas of Specialization:
Criminal investigations, field forensics, human sexuality, policing, and stress, trauma and resilience in criminal justice professionals
Other Qualifications or Comments:
 
 
Felix, Shanna Natalia Posted 10/1/19 - 1/1/20 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Tenure-Track Assistant Professor
Education:
BS in Psychology, Georgia Southern University
MA in Social Science, Georgia Southern University
PhD in Criminal Justice/Criminology (expected 2020), Georgia State University
Areas of Specialization:
Victimization, Mixed Methodology, Queer Criminology, Gendered Issues in Criminal Justice and Criminology
Other Qualifications or Comments:
 
 
Fenimore, Danielle Posted 9/17/19 - 11/17/19 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Assistant Professor
Education:
Ph.D. - 2020, Criminal Justice, Texas State University
M.A. - 2015, Criminal Justice, Radford University
B.A. - 2012, Criminal Justice, Radford University
B.S. - 2012, Anthropological Sciences, Radford University
Areas of Specialization:
Crime mapping and analysis, Environmental criminology, Quantitative methods/statistics, Race/ethnicity issues in CJ Policing
Other Qualifications or Comments:
 
 
Giacometti, Valeria Posted 8/23/19 - 11/23/19 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Cooperation
Education:
Law degree, II level master in criminology, Specialization in clinical criminology
Areas of Specialization:
Criminal law, victimology, women abuse, child abuse
Other Qualifications or Comments:
 
 
Gonsler, John Posted 9/17/19 - 12/17/19 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Tenure Track Assistant Professor
Education:
Ph.D. (2020) - Criminal Justice; Minor: Media Studies, Indiana University- Bloomington
M.S. (2013) - Criminology/Criminal Justice, Indiana State University
B.A. (2010) - Anthropology, Michigan State University
B.A. (2009) - Criminal Justice, Michigan State University
Areas of Specialization:
Crime in the Media, Terrorism, Homicide, Corrections, Sex Offenders,Gun Violence, Mixed Methods Research
Other Qualifications or Comments:
I have a multi-disciplinary approach that utilizes theory and practice from the fields of criminology, anthropology, and media studies. My research thus far has involved media coverage of crime, terrorism, nonfatal shootings, death penalty, homicide, white collar crime, and environmental crime. I have both law enforcement and corrections experience prior to academia. I have taught courses both online and on campus.
 
Harris, Michelle Posted 9/4/19 - 12/4/19 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Assistant Professor
Education:
Doctoral Candidate for Doctorate of Philosophy in Criminal Justice and Criminology at Georgia State University
Areas of Specialization:
1. Mental health as it relates to criminological processes
2. Victimization
Other Qualifications or Comments:
 
 
Heirigs, Mark Posted 8/28/19 - 11/28/19 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Assistant Professor
Education:
Ph.D. (2020) – Iowa State University
M.A. (2016) – Minnesota State University, Mankato
B.A. (2013) – Grand View University
Areas of Specialization:
Comparative Criminology, Psychopathy, Homicide, Suicide, Recidivism
Other Qualifications or Comments:
My research interests are broad and include macrolevel and microlevel analysis. On the macrolevel, I have focused on homicide and suicide. Whereas, on the individual level I am interested in the role that psychopathy has on crime. For example, my dissertation examines the role that psychopathy and adverse childhood experiences have on criminal activity. Currently, I have published ten articles and have been the first author on four.
 
Jiang, Bo Posted 8/14/19 - 11/14/19 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Assistant Professor
Education:
Aug 2019 - University of Maryland, Doctor of Philosophy in Criminology and Criminal Justice
Areas of Specialization:
Transnational Crime Policing Quantitative Methods
Other Qualifications or Comments:
 
 
Johnson, Natasha Posted 9/3/19 - 12/3/19 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Assistant Professor
Education:
Ed.D. (2019) - Educational Leadership, Educational Policy Studies, Georgia State University
Ed.S. (2015) - Instructional Leadership, University of Tennessee-Chattanooga
M.S.Ed. (2007) - School and Guidance Counseling, CUNY Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY
B.S. (2000) - Communication Studies, New York University
Areas of Specialization:
Critical Theory; Educational Law, Policy, and Governance; Equity in Curriculum and Instruction; Social Justice Leadership
Other Qualifications or Comments:
My research is focused on critical theory, equity, and social justice leadership. Other research areas include intersectionality, educational law/policy/governance, and curriculum development. I currently serve as the ACJS Executive Counselor for both the Restorative & Community Justice and the Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship sections. A 2019 UCEA David L. Clark Scholar, my work has been published in the Taylor & Francis Routledge Focus Series, Sage, and Criminal Justice Review.
 
Johnson, Thaddeus Posted 9/3/19 - 12/3/19 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Assistant Professor
Education:
Ph.D. Criminal Justice and Criminology, Georgia State University, 2020
M.S. Criminal Justice, University of Tennessee, 2016
B.S. Criminal Justice, University of Tennessee, 2014
Areas of Specialization:
Police Professionalism, Police Coercion, Criminal Violence & Homicide Trends, Cyber Policing
Other Qualifications or Comments:
My research interests broadly center on the link between college-education and various policing outcomes, including police shootings, homicides, and homicide clearances. To better understand the value of educational attainment and related policies in law enforcement, I employ econometric methods to evaluate policy-relevant questions. In other lines of research, I have examined racial disparities in sentencing, the changing prison population, and physician deviance.
 
Klein, Hannah Posted 7/15/19 - 10/15/19 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Tenure Track Assistant Professor
Education:
Temple University, Department of Criminal Justice, PhD Student, Matriculation Fall 2014, Expected Graduation Spring 2020
Villanova University, Masters in Public Administration, 2013
Lafayette College, BA in Math & Economics, 2011
Areas of Specialization:
Gangs, Victimization, Prevention, Childhood Trauma, Adverse Childhood Experiences
Other Qualifications or Comments:
2+ years of working for the City of Philadelphia working on child abuse and gun violence prevention strategies
 
Magnus, Amy Posted 10/3/19 - 1/3/20 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Tenure-track, Assistant Professor
Education:
Ph.D. Candidate in Criminology, Law and Society, University of California, Irvine
M.A. in Criminal Justice, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
B.A. in Psychology, Minors: Criminal Justice and Philosophy, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Areas of Specialization:
Social inequality, social justice, and social policy; Access to justice, social services, and advocacy Rural criminology and sociology
Other Qualifications or Comments:
Graduate Emphases: Law, Society, and Culture; Race and Justice
 
Meckes, Jessica Posted 9/17/19 - 12/17/19 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Tenure Track Assistant Professor
Education:
Ph.D. (expected 2020) Criminal Justice, Indiana University - Bloomington
M.S. (2016) Applied Statistics, Indiana University - Bloomington
M.A. (2009) Sociology, Ohio University
B.A. (2007) Pre-Law/Sociology, Ohio University
Areas of Specialization:
Specialty courts, Corrections and Re-entry, Policy and Program Evaluation, Qualitative and Quantitative Methods, Network Analysis, Research Design
Other Qualifications or Comments:
I am an interdisciplinary researcher that enjoys collaborating on projects featuring a variety of topics and methods (both qualitative and quantitative). I have taught as an Associate Instructor for a number of courses, leading discussion classes and designing lectures. I also have taught three of my own courses, including one online course.
 
Mellinger, Hillary Posted 10/3/19 - 1/3/20 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Assistant Professor in Justice, Law, and / or Criminology
Education:
PhD - expected May 2020 MA - obtained May 2015
Areas of Specialization:
Immigration & Due Process Criminalization of Migration Law & Society
Other Qualifications or Comments:
Commitment to pedagogy that is inclusive; Five years of previous work experience at a nonprofit where I represented immigrant survivors of gender-based violence in their applications for humanitarian immigration relief
 
Mintz, Stephanie Posted 8/22/19 - 11/22/19 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Tenure-Track Assistant Professor or Post-doc
Education:
Ph.D. University of Florida Criminology, Law & Society (Expected May 2020)
M.A. University of Florida Criminology, Law and Society August 2017
B.A. University of Texas Sociology May 2015
Areas of Specialization:
Law and Society; Terrorism; Legal Studies; Public Perceptions of Legal System
Other Qualifications or Comments:
Software: STATA, MPlus
 
Owen, Rebecca Posted 9/10/19 - 12/10/19 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Assistant Professor
Education:
Ph.D. in Sociology, University of Utah, expected Spring 2020
Areas of Specialization:
Juvenile Delinquency, Law & Justice, Restorative Justice, Adolescent Development
Other Qualifications or Comments:
 
 
Peterson, Jessica Posted 8/7/19 - 11/7/19 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Tenure-Track Assistant Professor
Education:
Ph.D. Candidate - 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 and Policy Rural Criminology
Other Qualifications or Comments:
CV available upon request - petejess@indiana.edu
 
Pyo, Jimin Posted 8/20/19 - 11/20/19 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Tenure-Track Assistant Professor
Education:
Ph.D. (expected 2020), Criminal Justice, John Jay College of Criminal Justice/ The Graduate Center, CUNY
Areas of Specialization:
Public attitudes (i.e., institutional confidence, legitimacy, fear of crime/victimization), crime prevention, scale development, research methods
Other Qualifications or Comments:
My research interest primarily focuses on developing measures of public perceptions in criminal justice and understanding links to law related behaviors such as cooperation with criminal justice institutions, crime prevention activities, and jurors’ verdict/punitiveness. I am also interested in research methods for criminal justice research such as developing strategies to improve the utility of online subject pools.
 
Rivera, Roberto Posted 7/16/19 - 12/16/19 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Tenured Track Assistant Professor
Education:
2020 University of California, Riverside, Sociology Ph.D. Doctoral Program (Graduation Projected Spring 2020)
2017 University of California, Riverside M.A. Sociology with Honors
2013 California State University, San Marcos, B.A. Sociology with Honors
Areas of Specialization:
SPECIALTY QUALIFCATIONS: 2018 Race & Class as Primary 2017 Criminology & Socio Legal Studies as Secondary
Other Qualifications or Comments:
 
Rose, Kristin Posted 9/18/19 - 12/18/19 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Assistant Professor (Tenure Track)
Education:
Ph.D.- (2019) Northeastern University, Criminology and Justice Policy
M.A.- (2009) Southern Illinois University-Carbondale, Administration of Justice
B.A.- (2007) University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, Criminal Justice
Areas of Specialization:
Corrections, prisoner reentry, consequences of incarceration, gender and crime, program evaluation
Other Qualifications or Comments:
The topics I am currently most interested in researching and examining are related to the consequences of incarceration, correctional policies, and correctional treatment interventions. Specifically, I am interested in exploring the role correctional interventions play in offenders’ outcomes following release from incarceration. This includes consequences for the individual as well as effects experienced more broadly by their family, community, and the criminal justice system.
 
Yang, Fei Posted 9/3/19 - 12/3/19 Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:
Tenured-Track Assistant Professor
Education:
Ph.D. (expected May 2020) - Criminology, Law & Society, University of California, Irvine
M.A. (2010) - Women's Studies, University at Albany, State University of New York
Certificate of Graduate Study (2010) - Public Administration, Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy, University at Albany, State University of New York
B.Phil. (2008) - Philosophy, Peking University
Areas of Specialization:
Policing innovations and technologies, police-community relations, race and policing, social problems, social movements and social change, surveillance and social control
Other Qualifications or Comments:
STATA, GIS, QBasic Programming and Teaching Certificate, Teaching Certificate for Intentional and Meaningful Pedagogy to Achieve Classroom Transformations, Certificate for Student-Centered Course Design; teaching experiences as Instructor of Record at SUNY Albany, Cal State Fullerton, and UC Irvine.
 

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