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1 DONALD R. LIDDICK JR. EDUCATION Ph.D, Administration of Justice The Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA M.S., Administration of Justice - December 1991 Shippensburg University, Shippensburg, PA B.A., Psychology - May 1990 Shippensburg University, Shippensburg, PA TEACHING 1. Assistant Professor of Administration of Justice and Sociology, University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg (UPG). Greensburg, PA, August 1995 to August Associate Professor of Administration of Justice, University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg. September 2001 to May Courses: Administration of Justice, Constitutional Issues in Criminal Justice, Introduction to Criminology, Introduction to Criminal Law, Violent Crime, Organized Crime, Law and Society Seminar, Criminology, Crime, Law, and Public Policy, American System of Justice, Senior Seminar. Course Load: 4/4 (12 credit hours) 3. Associate Professor of Administration of Justice, The Pennsylvania State University, Eberly Campus. Uniontown, PA. June 2003 to the present. Courses: Introduction to Criminal Justice, Introduction to Law (online), The American Court System (online), Race, Crime and Justice (online), Senior Internship and Research Practicum, Issues in the Criminal Justice System, Violent Crime, Criminology, Social Problems, Comparative Criminal Justice Systems (on-line), Women and Crime, Criminal Procedure. Course Load: 3/3 (9-11 cr. hrs) PUBLICATIONS Liddick, D. R. (forthcoming 2011). Crimes Against Nature. Westport, CT: Praeger.

2 Liddick, D. R., Don, Evans-Rhodes, D., & Hall, N. (2010). Techniques of neutralization and radical environmentalists: A content analysis of anonymous communiques from the Earth Liberation Front (ELF), International Journal of Sociological Research, Vol. 3, Nos. 1-2, (Jan.-Dec. 2010), pp Liddick, D. R. (2009). The traffic in garbage and hazardous wastes: An overview, Trends in Organized Crime, DOI /s Vol. 13, Nos. 2-3 (June/Sept. 2010), pp Liddick, D. R. (2007). American mafia. In F. G. Shanty (Ed.), Organized Crime: From Trafficking to Terrorism (pp ). ABC-CLIO. Liddick, D. R. (2007). Canada dry wiseguys at Apalachin: Politics and the social construction of a crime problem, Trends in Organized Crime, 10(4), Liddick, D. R. (2007). Human smuggling and trafficking of migrants and illegal aliens: A global overview. In F. G. Shanty (Ed.), Organized Crime: From Trafficking to Terrorism (pp ). ABC-CLIO. Liddick, D. R. (2007). Non-traditional organized crime: Outlaw motorcycle gangs. In F. G. Shanty (Ed.), Organized Crime: From Trafficking to Terrorism. ABC-CLIO. Liddick, D. R. (2007). North America. In F. G. Shanty (Ed.), Organized Crime: From Trafficking to Terrorism (pp ). ABC-CLIO. Liddick, D. R. (2007). Organized crime: A global overview of current events, recent trends and emerging patterns. In F. G. Shanty (Ed.), Organized Crime: From Trafficking to Terrorism (pp. xiii-xix). ABC-CLIO. Liddick, D. R. (2007). Organized crime, criminal groups, and national and regional threats. In F. G. Shanty (Ed.), Organized Crime: From Trafficking to Terrorism (pp. 1-3). ABC-

3 CLIO. Liddick, D. R. (2007). The historical involvement of organized crime in labor racketeering. In F. G. Shanty (Ed.), Organized Crime: From Trafficking to Terrorism (pp ). ABC-CLIO. Liddick, D. R. (2007). The United Nations oil-for-food program: Corruption, bribery and international relations in the serious crime community. In F. Bovenkerk and M. Levi (Eds.), The Organized Crime Community (pp ). Springer. Liddick, D. R. (2006). Ecoterrorism: Radical Environmental and Animal Liberation Movements. Westport, CT: Praeger. Liddick, D. R. (2005). Gambling and gaming. In P. Eisenstadt (Ed.), The Encyclopedia of New York State (pp ). Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press. Liddick, D. R. (2005). Numbers gambling. In P. Eisenstadt (Ed.), The Encyclopedia of New York State (p. 1125). Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press. Liddick, D. R. (2005). Organized crime. In P. Eisenstadt (Ed.), The Encyclopedia of New York State (pp ). Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press. Liddick, D. R. (2005). Organized crime task force. In P. Eisenstadt (Ed.), The Encyclopedia of New York State (p. 1158). Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press. Liddick, D. R. (2004). Political deviance: Two case studies. In A. Thio and T. Calhoun (Eds.), Readings in Deviant Behavior, 3 rd edition. Allyn and Bacon. (Original work published 2001, Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice). Liddick, D. R. (2004). The Global Underworld: Transnational Crime and the U.S. Westport, CT: Praeger. Liddick, D. R. (2001). Government For Sale: Political Fundraising, Patron-Client Relations

4 and Organized Criminality. Lima, OH: Wyndham Hall Press. Liddick, D. R. (2001). Political fund-raising, patron client relations, and organized criminality: Two case studies, Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 17(4), Liddick, D. R. (2001). The other deadly force: an analysis of one state s high speed pursuit guidelines. In M. J. Palmiotto (Ed.), Police Misconduct: A Reader for the 21 st Century (pp ). Butterworth-Heinemann. Liddick, D. R. (2000). Campaign fund-raising abuses and money laundering in recent U.S. elections: criminal networks in action, Crime, Law, and Social Change, 34(2), Liddick, D. R. (1999). An Empirical, Theoretical, and Historical Overview of Organized Crime. Lewiston, NY: The Edwin Mellen Press. Liddick, D. R. (1999). The enterprise model of organized crime: assessing theoretical propositions, Justice Quarterly, 16(2), Liddick, D. R. (1999). The Mob s Daily Number. Lanham, MD: University Press of America. Liddick, D. R. (1999). Women as organized criminals: an examination of the numbers gambling industry. In M.L. Dantzker (Ed.), Readings for Research Methods in Criminology and Criminal Justice (pp ). Butterworth-Heinemann. Liddick, D. R. (1997). Race, ethnic succession, and organized crime: The ethnic composition of the numbers gambling industry in New York City. Criminal Organizations, 10(4), GRANTS AND AWARDS Penn State-Fayette Award for Scholarly Excellence, Award: $1,000.

5 The Pennsylvania State University, Intercultural Office Grant, $500. For development of Comparative Criminal Justice Systems class The Pennsylvania State University, Development Grant, 2007, $3,000. For course preparation work in Botswana. (trip cancelled). The Pennsylvania State University, Swimmer Faculty Development Fund, Award: $500. Investigation of radical activist publications. University of Pittsburgh, small grants program. Pennsylvania s High Speed Police Pursuit Guidelines. Award: $2,100. June 1997 to June University of Pittsburgh, summer scholarship program. Toward completion of An Empirical, Theoretical, and Historical Overview of Organized Crime, a book manuscript. Award: $1,500. Summer University of Pittsburgh, summer scholarship program. Revision of The Mob s Daily Number, a book manuscript. Award: $1,500. Summer CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS Liddick, D. R. (2009, March). Techniques of neutralization and radical animal rights activists: A content analysis of anonymous communiques from the Animal Liberation Front. Paper presented at the ACJS meeting, Boston, MA. Liddick, D. R. (2000, March). Campaign fund-raising abuses and money laundering in the 1996 U.S. election cycle: Case studies of criminal networks in action. Paper presented at the ACJS meeting, New Orleans, LA. Liddick, D. R. (1999, March). The other deadly force: An analysis of one state s high speed pursuit guidelines. Paper accepted at the ACJS meeting, author not present, Orlando, FL. Liddick, D. R. (1998, March). Thinking about organized crime theory: The alien- conspiracy, enterprise, and patron client relations paradigms. Paper presented at the ACJS meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

6 Liddick, D. R. (1997, March). The role of females in organized crime: The numbers gambling industry in New York City. Paper presented at ACJS meeting, Louisville, KY. Liddick, D. R. (1996, March). The enterprise model of organized crime: Fundamental limitations in taxonomy and methodology. Paper presented at the ACJS meeting, Las Vegas, NV. Liddick, D. R. (1995, March). Illegal enterprise: Narrowing the focus of inquiry. Paper presented at the ACJS meeting, Boston, MA. PROFESSIONAL SERVICE Journal referee: Trends in Organized Crime (two articles), Journal referee: Terrorism and Political Violence, Journal referee: Trends in Organized Crime, Textbook reviewer: Sage, Peer review of book proposal: New York University Press, Journal referee: Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, Journal referee: Justice Quarterly, Journal referee: Justice Quarterly, SERVICE Campus-level Faculty Affairs Committee ( ) Faculty Colloquia Coordinator ( ; ) Peer teaching evaluations (2003, 2005, 2006, 2009) Promotion and Tenure Committee (2005)

7 Criminal Justice Program Coordinator ( ) ARC Committee ( ) CRIM J Faculty Search Committee ( ) Scholastic Excellence Award Committee ( ) Chancellors Committee on Retention (2007) Faculty Senate Secretary ( ) Executive Committee ( ; ) Assessment Committee ( ) Disability Committee ( ) Advisor, Criminal Justice Society ( ; ) Fayette Campus Scholarly Excellence Award Committee (2010) College-level Promotion and Tenure Committee, Social Science and Education ( ) Program Head, Administration of Justice, Commonwealth College ( ) University College Faculty Council ( ) University-level Faculty member of record, course in Masters in Homeland Security, College of Medicine (2006) Academic programs assessment conference attendee (2008) PA Prosperity/Penn State Water Research Seminar attendee (2010) Commission on Racial and Ethnic Diversity ( ) Community-level Board Member, Fayette County Drug and Alcohol Commission ( )

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