1 Mary Ann Eastep Curriculum Vitae Department of Criminal Justice phone: College of Health and Public Affairs fax: Pegasus Drive Orlando, Florida Education Doctor of Philosophy in Public Administration with Justice Policy Concentration Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida Dissertation: An exploratory study of victim participation in the justice systems of Barbados, Jamaica and Trinidad/Tobago - Chair: Dr. Leslie Leip. Committee Members: Dr. Gordon Bazemore, Dr. Cliff McCue Master of Science, in the Administration of Justice Shippensburg University, Shippensburg, Pennsylvania Practicum: The development and implementation of a digest for the dissemination of Liquor Code and Title 40, PA Code amendments, legal opinions and policy updates. It has become a PA government publication. - Chair: Dr. James Jengleski Bachelor of Arts in Criminology with Dual Minors in Psychology and Sociology Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, Pennsylvania Leadership and Academic Distinctions Undergraduate Online Program Coordinator (Current) Department of Criminal Justice, Teaching Incentive Program Award, Undergraduate Program Coordinator ( ) Department of Criminal Justice, Institutional Effectiveness (Assessment) Coordinator ( ) Criminal Justice Undergraduate Program Department of Criminal Justice, Teaching Incentive Program Award, University Service-Learning Faculty Recognition Award, 2005 Excellence in Faculty Advising, 2003 College of Health and Public Affairs Fulbright-Hayes Award, May July, 2002 Caribbean: Trinidad and Tobago; Jamaica; Barbados
2 Teaching Incentive Program Award, Phi Alpha Alpha, National Honor Society of Public Affairs and Administration, 2001 Florida Atlantic University Excellence in Teaching Nominee, Department of Criminal Justice and Legal Studies Phi Kappa Phi, National Honor Fraternity, 2000 Department of Public Administration, Florida Atlantic University College-wide Teaching for Service (Service-Learning) Award, 1993 Eastern Florida State College Teaching Areas/Courses Taught Criminal Justice Internships (Criminal Justice Internship Coordinator ) Study Abroad (Costa Rica; Barbados) Prosecution and Adjudication (Service-Learning component) (in person and WWW) Crime and Place (WWW) Women and Crime (Service-Learning component) (in person and WWW) Crime Prevention (collaboration and WWW) Crime in America (in person and WWW) Criminal Justice System (Service-Learning component) (in person and WWW) American Criminal Courts (Graduate) (WWW) Criminal Justice Response to Domestic Violence (Graduate) (WWW) Police in Society (in person) Delinquency Control (in person) Criminal Law in Action (in person) Crime and Justice in the Caribbean (WWW and onsite in Barbados) Introduction to Sociology, Eastern Florida State College, Rollins College (in person) Human Service Experience, Eastern Florida State College (in person) Service-Learning in the Discipline, Eastern Florida State College (in person) Security Administration (Graduate), Webster College (in person) Conference Presentations Reviewed/Refereed: Southern Criminal Justice Association, October, 2008, New Orleans, LA., Internships panel: The pedagogy of Criminal Justice internships: curriculum, expectations, and satisfaction. Gulf Coast Summit on Service-Learning, March, 2007, New Orleans, LA. Paper and Workshop copresented with group from Eastern Florida State College on Nuts and bolts of service-learning. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Meeting, March, 2003, Boston, MA. Title: The Voice of the victim in three Caribbean countries American Society for Public Administration National Conference, April, 2000, San Diego, CA. Title: Teaching women and crime online: The double-edged sword of anonymity 23 rd Annual Conference on Teaching Public Administration, January, 2000, Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Title: Teaching Criminal Justice online: A case study in systems improvement
3 Southeast Conference on Public Administration, September, 1999, Tampa, FL. Title: Sexual harassment in police organizations in Florida. Florida Campus Compact Conference, November, 1994, Rollins College, Winter Park, FL. Title: Incorporating service learning in the Criminal Justice curriculum. Invited: UCF Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning (FCTL) Summer Conference, May, 2009, Servicelearning study abroad: Recapturing our awe of the world. American Correctional Association National Meeting, January, 2009, Orlando, FL, Internships panel: CJ undergraduate internship program at a large public university. UCF FCTL Summer Conference, May, 2007, Teaching with a whole new mind (Also, presented this conference segment at the Winter, 2006, Conference with Teaching Circle co-presenters). UCF FCTL Summer Conference, May, 2007, Effective use of the chat function in online teaching (Copresented with Andrew Todd and Dr. Sue Craig) UCF FCTL Winter Conference, December, International service-learning (Co-presented with Angel Cardec). UCF FCTL Summer Conference, Summer, Service-learning nuts and bolts. March of Dimes Perinatal Nursing Symposium, March, 1993, Cocoa Beach, FL. Title: Dynamics of domestic violence. Florida Network of Victim Witness Services State Conference, June, 1990, Cocoa Beach, FL. Title: Police intervention in domestic violence. Business and Professional Women's State Congress, November, 1989, Cocoa Beach, FL. Title: Dynamics of domestic violence. The Salvation Army Social Services Seminar, August, 1989, Jacksonville, FL. Titles: 1) Stress in nonprofit management; 2) Working with homeless populations. Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board Statewide Conferences (7) on Liquor Law Enforcement, presented to police representing state, local and county agencies, , Pennsylvania. Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Trade Practice Seminars, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Wilkes-Barre, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Title: Permissible and prohibited liquor industry practices under Pennsylvania law. Publications (2010) Eastep, M. The real value of engagement. Faculty Focus 9:18 (2010) Eastep, M. and Wolf, R. Toward enhanced Criminal Justice employability: Linking internships, curriculum content and assessment. ACJS Assessment Forum. May (2007) Eastep M. Service-learning study abroad. Faculty Focus. 6: 3-4 (2007) Eastep, C.R. and M. Eastep. Florida supplement to Bohm, R. and Haley, K. Introduction to Criminal Justice 4 th e - updated. (2007) Eastep, M. Pennsylvania State Police. The Encyclopedia of Police Science, 3 rd e., in Green, J., editor, Routledge (2005) Eastep, M. Service-learning as pedagogy. Faculty Focus. 4: 4-5 (2004) Eastep, M. Pretrial detention/preventive detention. Encyclopedia of Criminology, Routledge (2004) Eastep, C. R. and M. Eastep. Florida supplement to Bohm, R. and Haley, K. Introduction to Criminal Justice 4 th e. McGraw-Hill (2003) Eastep, M. An exploratory study of victim participation in the Justice Systems of Barbados, Jamaica and Trinidad/Tobago (Dissertation).
4 (2002) Eastep, M. Teaching Criminal Justice online, Public Voices. Newark, NJ: National Center for Public Productivity at Rutgers University. (2001) Eastep, M. Teamwork, networking and the fulfillment of dreams, PA Times Washington, DC: ASPA. (2001) Eastep, C. R. and M. Eastep. Florida supplement to Bohm, R. and Haley, K. Introduction to Criminal Justice. Glencoe Publications. (2000) Eastep, M. and Ali Farazmand. Just doin my job (Depicting the death penalty in the media) Public Voices Issue Bureaucracy on the Silver Screen: A Worldwide Perspective. Newark, NJ: National Center for Public Productivity at Rutgers University 4:2 (11). (1995) Eastep, M. and Henry, R. Supervisor as educator: An agency guide for working with student service-learners. Melbourne, FL: Center for Service Learning. Teaching Experience, Orlando, FL, Associate Lecturer and Instructor, Criminal Justice and Legal Studies, 1995-present Eastern Florida State College, Melbourne, Cocoa, Titusville, FL, Adjunct Instructor, Criminal Justice, Sociology, Human Service Experience, Instructor, Criminal Justice Academy (Policing, Corrections, Advanced Training), Webster University, St. Louis, MO, Adjunct Instructor, Security Administration, Also served as graduate advisor. Rollins College, Brevard Campus, Rockledge, Florida. Adjunct Instructor, Sociology, Other Professional Experience Nonprofit Director, The Salvation Army Domestic Violence Program, Cocoa, FL, o Chief administrative officer for grant-operated and state- and community-funded program that serves clients (domestic violence victims, including spouses, children, elderly, and other relationship violence victims) in the Brevard County and immediate surrounding area. Program includes shelter services, individual and group counseling programs for victims and family members; children s programming; and community and professional education related to domestic violence. Management Analyst II, III, Program Planning and Evaluation Unit, PA Liquor Control Board, Harrisburg, PA, o Provided program analysis and evaluative support for the enforcement, legal and licensing functions for the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, the single largest purchaser of alcoholic beverages in the world. Enforcement Officer II, PA Liquor Control Board, Harrisburg, PA, o Enforced alcoholic beverage laws, and related state statutes. Served for 2 years on a statewide special investigations unit. Service : Member, Admission and Standards Committee, Member, Service-Learning Activities Committee, Member, Selection Committee: Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award, 2010 Member, Service-Learning Coordinating Committee,
5 Service-Learning Faculty Fellow to Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning (FCTL), Member, Service-Learning Showcase Committee, Member, Awards Panel, Service-Learning Showcase, College of Health and Public Affairs: Member, TIPS Criteria Committee, 2013 Member, COHPA Division Review Committee for Institutional Effectiveness ( ) Member, COHPA International Committee ( ) Member, College Undergraduate Studies Committee ( ) Member, TIPS Selection Committee, 2003 Member, TIPS Criteria Committee, 2002 College of Health and Public Affairs Faculty Fellow to FCTL ( ) Department of Criminal Justice: Chair, Undergraduate Studies Committee ( ) Chair, Undergraduate BA/BS Institutional Effectiveness Committee ( ) Coordinator, Criminal Justice Program Review, 2012 Chair, Undergraduate Strategic Planning Committee ( ) Member, Undergraduate Advising Committee (2008 present) Community: Member, CourtWatch Brevard, Brevard Co., FL, Advisory Board, present Member, CourtWatch, Orlando, Florida, Advisory Board, Member, Center for DrugFree Living, Orlando, FL. Advisory Board, Member, Domestic Violence Advisory Council, Cocoa, FL Conducted program evaluation of Monitored Exchange and Supervised Visitation Program (2002). Professional: (2013). Evaluator: Distance Education and Training Council (2011). Reviewer: Bridgepoint Education, San Diego, Crime Prevention text. (2010). Reviewer: IGI Global Volume, Higher Education, Emerging Technologies, and Community Partnerships: Concepts, Modules, and Applications. (2010). Reviewer: Oxford University Press, New York, Courts and the Judicial Process. (2007). Reviewer: Oxford University Press, New York, In Their Own Words, 4 th e.