(561) 609-8035 [Media Inquiries]

Curriculum Vitae

 

Jaclyn Schildkraut, Ph.D.

458 Mahar Hall
Oswego, NY 13126
Cell: (561) 609-8035
Email: info@JaclynSchildkraut.com

 

Education

Ph.D., Criminal Justice, Texas State University (2014)
M.A., Applied Sociology, University of Central Florida (2011)
B.S., Interdisciplinary Studies, University of Central Florida (2009)

 

ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT

September 2018 to present                         Associate Professor of Criminal Justice, State University of New York at Oswego
September 2014 to September 2018          Assistant Professor of Public Justice, State University of New York at Oswego
September 2011 to May 2014                     Doctoral Instructional Assistant in Criminal Justice, Texas State University

 

PUBLICATIONS

(*denotes student co-author)

BOOKS

  • Schildkraut, J., & Muschert, G. W.  (2019, forthcoming). Columbine, 20 years later and beyond: Lessons from tragedy.  Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger.
  • Schildkraut, J.  (Ed.).  (2018). Mass shootings in America: Understanding the debates, causes, and responses.  Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.
  • Schildkraut, J., & Elsass, H. J.  (2016).  Mass shootings: Media, myths, and realities.  Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger Books.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Schildkraut, J., Carr, C. M.*, & Terranova, V.  (2018).  Armed and academic: Perceptions of college students on concealed carry on campus policies.  Journal of School Violence, 17(4), 487-499.
  • Schildkraut, J., Elsass, H. J., & Meredith, K.*  (2018).  Mass shootings and the media: Why all events are not created equal.  Journal of Crime and Justice, 41(3), 223-243.
  • Schildkraut, J., Jennings, K., Carr, C. M.*, & Terranova, V.  (2018).  A tale of two universities: A comparison of college students’ attitudes about concealed carry on campus.  Security Journal, 31(2), 591-617.
  • Carr, C. M.*, Schildkraut, J., & Rank, A.  (2017).  Barriers to the ballot: Implications for the development of state and national crime policies.  Criminal Justice Studies, 30(3), 276-288.
  • Schildkraut, J., McKenna, J. M., & Elsass, H. J.  (2017).  Understanding crisis communications: Examining students’ perceptions about campus notification systems.  Security Journal, 30(2), 605-620.
  • Elsass, H. J., McKenna, J. M., & Schildkraut, J.  (2016).  Rethinking crisis communications on campus: An evaluation of faculty and staff perceptions about emergency notification systems.  Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, 13(3), 329-349.
  • Schildkraut, J.  (2016).  Mass murder and the mass media: Understanding the construction of the social problem of mass shootings in the U.S.  Journal of Qualitative Criminal Justice & Criminology, 4(1), 1-41.
  • Elsass, H. J., Schildkraut, J., & Stafford, M. C.  (2016).  Studying school shootings: Challenges and considerations for research.  American Journal of Criminal Justice, 41(3), 444-464.
  • Schildkraut, J., & Stafford, M. C.  (2015).  Researching professionals or professional researchers?  A comparison of professional doctorates and Ph.D. programs in criminology and criminal justice.  American Journal of Criminal Justice, 40(1), 183-198.
  • Schildkraut, J., Elsass, H. J., & Stafford, M. C.  (2015).  Could it happen here? Moral panics, school shootings, and fear of crime among college students.  Crime, Law and Social Change, 63(1), 91-110.
  • Elsass, H. J., Schildkraut, J., & Stafford, M. C. (2014).  Breaking news of social problems: Examining media consumption and panic over school shootings.  Criminology, Criminal Justice, Law & Society, 15(2), 31-42.
  • Schildkraut, J., & Hernandez, T. C.  (2014).  Laws that bit the bullet: A review of legislative responses to school shootings. American Journal of Criminal Justice, 39(2), 358-374.
  • Schildkraut, J., & Muschert, G. W.  (2014).  Media salience and the framing of mass murder in schools: A comparison of the Columbine and Sandy Hook school massacres.  Homicide Studies, 18(1), 23-43.
  • Schildkraut, J., & Mustaine, E. E.  (2014).  Movin’, but not up to the east side: Foreclosures and social disorganization in Orange County, FL.  Housing Studies, 29(2), 177-197.
  • Schildkraut, J., & Muschert, G. W.  (2013).  Violent media, guns, and mental illness: The three ring circus of causal factors for school massacres, as related in media discourse.  Fast Capitalism, 10(1).  Available at http://www.uta.edu/huma/agger/fastcapitalism/10_1/schildkraut10_1.html
  • Schildkraut, J.  (2013).  An inmate’s right to die: Legal and ethical considerations in death row volunteering.  Criminal Justice Studies, 26(2), 139-150.
  • Schildkraut, J.  (2012).  Media and massacre: A comparative analysis of the reporting of the 2007 Virginia Tech shootings.  Fast Capitalism, 9(1).  Available at http://www.uta.edu/huma/agger/fastcapitalism/9_1/schildkraut9_1.html
  • Schildkraut, J., & Donley, A.M.  (2012).  Murder in black: A media distortion analysis of 2010 homicides in Baltimore.  Homicide Studies, 16(2), 175-196.

BOOK CHAPTERS

  • Schildkraut, J., & Muschert, G. W.  (2019). Media salience and mass murder: Examining frame changing across mass shooter events, 2000-2012.  In S. Daly (Ed.), Assessing and Averting the Prevalence of Mass Violence (pp. 129-153).  Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
  • Schildkraut, J., & Dohman, B.*  (2019).  Commander or comforter in chief? Examining presidential rhetoric in the wake of mass shootings.  In S. Daly (Ed.), Assessing and Averting the Prevalence of Mass Violence (pp. 154-193).  Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
  • Muschert, G. W., & Schildkraut, J. (2017).  School shootings in the media.  In M. Brown (Ed.)., Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice: Oxford Encyclopedia of Crime, Media, and Popular Culture.  New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Schildkraut, J.  (2017).  Crime news in newspapers.  In M. Brown (Ed.)., Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice: Oxford Encyclopedia of Crime, Media, and Popular Culture.  New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Schildkraut, J., & Elsass, H. J.  The influence of media on public attitudes.  (2016).  In L. Wilson (Ed.), The Wiley Handbook of the Psychology of Mass Shootings (pp. 117-135).  Oxford, UK: John Wiley & Sons.  [Invited Manuscript]
  • Schildkraut, J., Elsass, H. J., & Muschert, G. W.  (2016).  Satirizing mass murder: What many think, yet few will say.  In L. Eargle and A. Esmail (Eds.), Gun Violence in American Society: Crime, Justice, and Public Policy (pp. 233-255).  Lanham, MD: University Press of America.
  • Muschert, G. W., & Schildkraut, J.  (2015).  School shootings.  In H. Montgomery (Ed.), Oxford Bibliographies in Childhood Studies.  New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Schildkraut, J., & Muschert, G. W.  (2014).  Violent media, guns, and mental illness: The three ring circus of causal factors for school massacres, as related in media discourse.  In B. Agger & T. Luke (Eds.), Gun Violence and Public Life (pp. 61-80).  Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers.
  • Schildkraut, J.  (2012).  The remote is controlled by the monster: Issues of mediatized violence and school shootings.  In G.W. Muschert & J. Sumiala (Eds.), School Shootings: Mediatized Violence in a Global Age (pp. 235-258).  Bingley, UK: Emerald Publishing Group, Ltd.

TECHNICAL REPORTS

  • Schildkraut, J.  (2018).  Perceptions of safety and preparedness at the central office.  Syracuse City School District, Syracuse, NY.
  • Schildkraut, J., Elsass, H. J., & McKenna, J. M.  (2016).  Faculty, staff, and students’ perceptions of the University’s emergency notification system and related training protocols.  SUNY Oswego, Oswego, NY.
  • McKenna, J. M., Schildkraut, J., & Elsass, H. J.  (2014).  Student perceptions of the University’s emergency notification system.  Office of Emergency Management, Texas State University, San Marcos, TX.
  • Sanders, B. A., Bowman, S., Kringen, A. L., Martaindale, M. H., Schildkraut, J., Terranova, V., & Vaughan, T.  (2013).  Bexar County felony probation terminations 2010 and 2011: Quantitative data results.  Bexar County Probation, San Antonio, TX.

ESSAYS

  • Schildkraut, J., & Elsass, H. J.  (2015).  Preventing mass shootings: Using theory to drive evidence-based practice. Enduring Questions.  Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger.

ENCYCLOPEDIA ENTRIES

  • Schildkraut, J.  (2016).  Adam Lanza.  In S. Chermak & F.Y. Bailey (Eds.), Crimes of the Centuries: An Encyclopedia of Notorious Crimes, Criminals, and Criminal Trials in American History.  Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.
    • Additional Entries: Amish schoolhouse shooting, Casey Anthony, Columbine, John Hinckley, Jr., and the Long Island railroad massacre.
  • Schildkraut, J.  (2014).  Embezzlement.  In H. Copes & C.J. Forsyth (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Social Deviance.  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.
  • Schildkraut, J.  (2013).  The presentation and effects of violent content in news.  In M.S. Easton (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Media Violence.  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.
  • Schildkraut, J.  (2013).  Mortgage-backed securities.  In L.M. Salinger & J.G. Golson (Eds.), Encyclopedia of White-Collar and Corporate Crime (2nd ed).  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

  • Schildkraut, J., Formica, M. K., & Malatras, J.  (2018).  Can mass shootings be stopped? To address the problem, we must better understand the phenomenon.  Albany, NY: Regional Gun Violence Research Consortium, Rockefeller Institute of Government.

MANUSCRIPTS UNDER REVIEW

  • Schildkraut, J., Naman, B.*, & Stafford, M. C.  Advancing responses to mass shootings using a routine activity approach.  Manuscript submitted to Crime Prevention and Community Safety (submitted September 19, 2018).
  • Schildkraut, J., Sokolowski, E. S.*, & Nicoletti, J.  The survivor network: The role of shared experience in mass shootings recovery.  Manuscript submitted to special issue of Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice (submitted September 2, 2018).
  • Schildkraut, J., & Gruenewald, J.  Media salience and frame-changing in the coverage of mass shooting events: A comparison of ideological and non-ideological attacks.  Manuscript submitted to Critical Studies in Terrorism (submitted August 29, 2018).

BOOKS IN PROGRESS

  • Schildkraut, J.  (Ed.).  (2020, forthcoming). Guns in American society: An encyclopedia of history, politics, culture, and the law (3rd ed.).  Under contract with ABC-CLIO (due to publisher by September 15, 2020).
  • Knowles, H., Altschuler, B., & Schildkraut, J.  (2019, forthcoming).  Lights, camera, execution!: Cinematic portrayals of capital punishment.  Under contract with Lexington Books (due to publisher by December 31, 2018).

MANUSCRIPTS IN PROGRESS

  • Schildkraut, J., Blum, S.*, & Lankford, A.  Catastrophic coverage: News consumers’ perceptions of the media reporting on domestic terrorism.
  • Schildkraut, J., & McHale, R.*  Covering rampage: News consumers’ perceptions about mass shootings in the media.
  • Schildkraut, J., & Shifton, J.  Revising the Marshall hypothesis: Death penalty and public opinion among college students in the age of millennials and Midazolam.
  • Schildkraut, J., & Muschert, G. W. The good, the bad, and the media: Examining the framing of mass shooters and their victims in newspaper coverage.
  • Schildkraut, J., Lee, R., Elsass, H. J., & Carr, C. M.*  Context matters: Examining mass shootings and the role of community-level correlates.
  • Hernandez, T. C., Schildkraut, J., & Elsass, H. J.  The Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting and changes in mental health legislation: A review of the evidence.  Manuscript in preparation for the Journal of Criminal Law and Law.
  • Schildkraut, J., Elsass, H. J., & Stafford, M. C.  Modifying target suitability following the Boston Marathon bombing: A routine activities approach.
  • Elsass, H. J., Schildkraut, J., Arford, T., & Stafford, M. C.  The effect of the Boston Marathon bombing on fear of crime among college students.

 

PROFESSIONAL MEETING PRESENTATIONS

  • Schildkraut, J., Naman, B.*, & Stafford, M. C.  (2018).  Responding to mass shootings with a routine activity approach.  Paper accepted for presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA.
  • Sokolowski, E.*, & Schildkraut, J. (2018).  The survivor network: The role of shared experiences in mass shooting recovery.  Paper accepted for presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA.
  • Cary, J.*, Bovier, E.R., Bergin, A.*, & Schildkraut, J. (2018).  Raising awareness of secondary trauma with community engagement events on mass shootings and school safety. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Philadelphia, PA.
  • McHale, R.*, & Schildkraut, J.  (2018).  Covering rampage: News consumers’ perceptions about mass shootings in the media.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, New Orleans, LA.
  • Schildkraut, J., & Gruenewald, J.  (2017).  Blurring the lines: News media framing of ideological and non-ideological mass shootings.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Schildkraut, J., Jennings, K., Terranova, V., & Carr, C. M.*  (2017).  A tale of two universities: A red state-blue state comparison of college students’ attitudes of concealed carry on campus policies.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Kansas City, MO.
  • Schildkraut, J., Lee, R., Elsass, H. J., & Carr, C. M.*  (2016).  Context matters: Examining mass shootings and the role of county and state level correlates.  Paper presented at presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, New Orleans, LA.
  • Elsass, H. J., & Schildkraut, J.  (2016).  Mass shootings by the numbers: Understanding the myths and realities.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Denver, CO.
  • McKenna, J. M., Schildkraut, J., & Elsass, H. J.  (2016).  Rethinking crisis communications on campus: An evaluation of faculty and staff perceptions about emergency notifications.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Denver, CO.
  • Elsass, H. J., Schildkraut, J., & Hernandez, T. C. (2015).  Increasing guardianship in schools after mass shootings: A routine activities approach.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Washington, DC.
  • Meredith, K.*, Schildkraut, J., & Elsass, H. J.  (2015).  Mass shootings and the media: Why all events are not created equal.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Orlando, FL.
  • Elsass, H. J., Schildkraut, J., & Stafford, M. C. (2014).  Measurement issues and violent episodic crime: Some thoughts and considerations.  Invited paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, CA.
  • Hernandez, T. C., Schildkraut, J., & Elsass, H. J.  (2014).  The Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting and changes in mental health legislation: A review of the evidence.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, CA.
  • McKenna, J. M., Schildkraut, J., & Elsass, H. J.  (2014).  Understanding crisis communications: Examining students’ perceptions about campus notification systems.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Homicide Research Working Group, San Antonio, TX.
  • Schildkraut, J., Elsass, H. J., & Stafford, M. C.  (2014).  Modifying target suitability following the Boston Marathon bombing: A routine activities approach. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Elsass, H. J., Schildkraut, J., Arford, T., & Stafford, M. C.  (2014).  The effect of the Boston Marathon bombing on fear of crime among college students.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Schildkraut, J., Elsass, H. J., & Stafford, M. C.  (2013).  As seen in the news: Media effects on fear of crime and moral panics. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA.
  • Elsass, H. J., Schildkraut, J., & Stafford, M. C.  (2013).  Connecting the dots: Assessing the relationship between fear of crime and moral panics.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA.
  • Schildkraut, J., Donley, A. M., & Taylor, S. R.  (2013).  Headlines in white (not black): Examining newsworthiness of homicide in New Orleans, LA.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Homicide Research Working Group, Brunswick, GA.
  • Schildkraut, J., & Hernandez, T. C.  (2013).  Laws that bit the bullet: A review of legislative responses to school shootings.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Dallas, TX.
  • Schildkraut, J., & Stafford, M. C.  (2013).  Researching professionals or professional researchers?  A comparison of professional doctorates and Ph.D. programs in C.J.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Dallas, TX.
  • Elsass, H. J., Schildkraut, J., & Stafford, M. C.  (2013).  Could it happen here?  Moral panics, school shootings, and fear of crime among college students.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Dallas, TX.
  • Schildkraut, J., Donley, A. M., & Gualtieri, M.  (2012).  Atypical and a typical homicide:  Testing a reporter’s decision to publish.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Chicago, IL.
  • Schildkraut, J.  (2012).  TWSIA award: Using Sakai to teach undergraduate crime theory and victimization.  Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Jasig-Sakai International Conference, Atlanta, GA.
  • Schildkraut, J.  (2012).  The monster is in control of the remote: Issues of mediatized violence and school shootings.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, New York, NY.
  • Schildkraut, J., & Mustaine, E. E.  (2011).  Movin’, but not on up to the east side:  Foreclosures and crime in Orlando, FL.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Washington, D.C.
  • Schildkraut, J.  (2011).  Homicide in the headlines: An analysis of the newspaper reporting of Baltimore homicides of 2010.  Paper presented at the Homicide Research Working Group Session Meeting at The American Society of Criminology, Washington, D.C.
  • Schildkraut, J., & Donley, A. M.  (2011).  The Taj MaHoops and the impact on Parramore, an Orlando neighborhood.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Las Vegas, NV.
  • Schildkraut, J.  (2011).  Media and mayhem:  A comparative analysis of the reportings of the Virginia Tech massacre.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Social Problems, Las Vegas, NV.
  • Schildkraut, J., & Donley, A. M.  (2011).  Murder in black: A media distortion analysis of homicides in Baltimore.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Homicide Research Working Group, New Orleans, LA.
  • Schildkraut, J.  (2011).  Lessons from Virginia Tech: An examination of emergency response plans in Florida’s state universities.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southern Sociological Society, Jacksonville, FL.
  • Schildkraut, J., & Hanson, B. M.  (2011).  Murder in prime time: An analysis of the depiction of homicide in crime dramas.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southern Sociological Society, Jacksonville, FL.
  • Schildkraut, J.  (2011).  Baltimore homicides in the news.  Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Criminal Justice Association, Clearwater, FL.

 

INVITED PRESENTATIONS

  • Schildkraut, J.  (2018).  School shootings in America: How do we protect our schools?  Invited webinar/guest presentation to the Nevada Governor School Safety Task Force subcommittee on student well-being, Carson City, NV.
  • Schildkraut, J.  (2018).  Mass shootings in America: The media, the myths, and the need for No Notoriety.  Invited presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Freedom Alliance, Los Angeles, CA.
  • Schildkraut, J.  (2018).  School shootings in America: How do we protect our schools?  Invited guest presentation at Central Square school safety meeting, Central Square, NY.
  • Schildkraut, J.  (2018).  School shootings in America: How do we protect our schools?  Invited guest presentation at Oswego County School Safety Task Force meeting, Oswego, NY.
  • Schildkraut, J.  (2018).  School and mass shootings in America: Now what?.  Invited webinar presentation for the National Association of Pupil Transportation, Albany, NY.
  • Schildkraut, J.  (2018).  See something, say something.  Invited guest presentation at Standley Lake High School, Westminster, CO.
  • Schildkraut, J.  (2018).  We need to talk about mass shootings: A conversation based on lessons learned at The Briefings, a national school safety symposium at Columbine.  Invited guest presentation at Hobart and William Smith College.
  • Schildkraut, J.  (2017).  We need to talk about mass shootings: A conversation based on lessons learned at The Briefings, a national school safety symposium at Columbine.  Community presentation at SUNY Oswego.
  • Schildkraut, J.  (2016).  The aftermath of mass shootings: The gun debate and national crime statistics.  Invited panel presentation, CLAS Brown Bag, SUNY Oswego.
  • Schildkraut, J.  (2016).  Mass shootings and the media contagion effect.  Invited panel presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, Denver, CO.
  • Schildkraut, J.  (2016).  A high caliber education: Gun rights, gun violence, and college campuses.  Invited panel presentation at Syracuse University.
  • Schildkraut, J(2016).  Mass shootings and the “usual suspects”: Implications for research and policy.  Invited OzTalk presentation at SUNY Oswego.
  • Schildkraut, J.  (2015).  Mass shootings: Understanding the realities through the myths.  Invited guest presentation at Marymount University.

 

GRANT FUNDING

  • Schildkraut, J.  (2018-2019).  Implementing the Standard Response Protocol in Syracuse City School District (SCSD).  External grant through SCSD, $30,000.00.
  • Schildkraut, J.  (2017-2018).  Mass shootings and the needs of survivors.  Scholarly and Creative Activity Committee (SCAC) Grant, SUNY Oswego, $2,819.95.
  • Schildkraut, J., and Carr, C.*  (2016).  Context matters: Examining mass shootings and the role of county and state level correlates.  Challenge Grant, SUNY Oswego, $1,750.00.

 

ADDITIONAL RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

CONSULTANCIES

  • Research Analyst, No Notoriety: Phoenix, AZ, 2018 – present.
  • Research Analyst, Safe and Sound – A Sandy Hook Initiative: Newtown, CT, 2014 – present.
  • Qualitative Research Analyst, Bexar County Probation Department: San Antonio, TX, 2012 – 2013.
  • Content Consultant, Newtown School Shootings by Lisa Owings, Red Line Editorial: Burnsville, MN, 2013.

INSTITUTES

  • Digital Humanities Summer Institute, Digital Storytelling: Victoria, BC, 2018.
  • University of Texas, Summer Statistics Institute, Introduction to Geographic Information Systems: Austin, TX, 2012.

OTHER RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

  • Research assistant for Dr. Gary Marx’s book, “Windows into the Soul:  Surveillance and Society in the Age of High Technology,” 2012-2013.
    Responsible for collecting trend data on various surveillance methods and equipment, inserting data into book draft, organizing all resources, and proofreading / editing manuscript.
  • Ad-hoc researcher for PolitiFact, 2011-2013.
    Provided data for fact checkers of statements made by politicians and pundits.
  • Data coder for ALERRT Program project on active shooters, 2011.
    Responsible for coding official police reports for particular information as part of a research project identifying situational factors in active shooter cases.
  • Research assistant for Dr. Amy Donley’s book, “Student Handbook to Sociology Research Methods, Volume II,” 2011.
    Responsible for writing examples on several different topics (including reliable measures, evaluation quasi-experiments with different groups and random assignment, covert participation, and disadvantages of the case study method) for the book and proofreading prints from the publisher.
  • Research assistant for HUD mandated annual Point in Time homeless count for the Central Florida Homeless Services Network, 2011.
    Responsible for pre-qualifying food providers in the community for surveying their clients for the project and surveying homeless persons at several locations.

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

  • Intro to Criminal Justice (Face-to-Face; Online)
  • American Criminal Courts and Judicial Process (Face-to-Face)
  • Organizational Structure and Communication (Online)
  • The Study of Homicide and Lethal Violence (Face-to-Face; Online)
  • The Death Penalty  (Face-to-Face; Online)
  • Crime and the Media (Online)
  • Crime Theories and Victimization  (Face-to-Face; Online)
  • Organized Crime (Online)
  • Research Methods for Criminal Justice (Face-to-Face; Online)
  • Data Analysis (Face-to-Face; Online)
  • Independent Readings/Studies  (Face-to-Face)
  • Seminar in Public Justice  (Face-to-Face; Online)
  • Practicum in Teaching Public Justice  (Face-to-Face)

 

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

  • Researcher, Regional Gun Violence Research Consortium / States for Gun Safety, Albany, NY (2018-present)
  • Task Force Chair, Fayetteville-Manlius Central School District School Safety Task Force, Manlius, NY (2018-present)
  • Task Force Member, Skaneateles Central School District School Safety Task Force, Syracuse, NY (2018-present)
  • Task Force Member and Report Writer, Onondaga County School Safety Task Force, Skaneateles, NY (2018-present)
  • Program Committee Member for 2017 annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Philadelphia, PA.  Chair of “Media and Social Construction of Crime” section (2016-2017)
  • Website co-administrator for Criminal Justice Educators’ Association of New York State (2016-present)
  • Treasurer for Criminal Justice Educators’ Association of New York State (2015-present)
  • Website administrator for Homicide Research Working Group (2014-2017)
  • Membership coordinator for Homicide Research Working Group (2014-2015)
  • Program co-chair for Homicide Research Working Group’s annual meeting (2013-2014)
  • Member of local arrangements committee for Homicide Research Working Group’s annual meeting (2013-2014)
  • Volunteer assistant at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences’ employment exchange, Dallas, TX (2013)
  • Member of the merchandise committee for Homicide Research Working Group (2011-2015)
  • External reviewer for G.W. Muschert & J. Sumiala’s School Shootings: Mediatized Violence in a Global Age (2011-2012)
  • Member of the site selection committee for Homicide Research Working Group (2011-2012)
  • Session recorder at Homicide Research Working Group’s annual meeting, New Orleans, LA (2011)

 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

  • Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (2011 – present)
  • American Society of Criminology (2010 – present)
  • Criminal Justice Educators’ Association of New York State (2014 – present)
  • Homicide Research Working Group (2011 – 2017)

 

AWARDS AND HONORS

  • President’s Award for Academic Excellence in Academic Advisement Nominee, SUNY Oswego (2016)
  • SAGE Junior Faculty Professional Development Award, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, $700 (2015)
  • Winner of the Richard Block Award for Outstanding Dissertation, Homicide Research Working Group (2014)
  • Outstanding doctoral student, School of Criminal Justice, Texas State University (2014)
  • Winner of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences’ student paper competition (co-author):  Prize includes travel award to 2014 annual meeting (2014)
  • Outstanding doctoral student, School of Criminal Justice, Texas State University (2013)
  • Texas State University Graduate College’s dissertation research stipend, $2,000 (2013)
  • Winner of the Teaching with Sakai Innovation Award Winner for Higher Education: Face-To-Face Category:  Includes travel award to 2012 Jasig/Sakai International Conference, Atlanta, GA (2012)
  • Winner of the Richard Block Award for Outstanding Thesis, Homicide Research Working Group (2011)
  • Alpha Kappa Delta, International Honors Society (2011)

 

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