1 Education: Sara E. Buck Doude, Ph.D. Department of Government and Sociology Georgia College & State University Campus Box 18 Milledgeville, GA Office Telephone: (478) University of Southern Mississippi Doctorate of Philosophy in Criminal Justice Cognate: Women s Studies Dissertation topic: Defining acquaintance rape: College students perceptions of sexual consent and coercion University of Southern Mississippi Master of Science in Criminal Justice 2001 Middle Tennessee State University Bachelor of Science in Psychology Experiences: Aug Present Aug May 2006 Jan Aug Georgia College and State University Department of Government and Sociology Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Associate Professor of Criminal Justice (2011) Coordinator of Criminal Justice Undergraduate and Graduate Programs University of Southern Mississippi, Department of Administration of Justice Doctoral Teaching/ Research Assistantship Duties include conducting research, teaching undergraduate courses, advisement of undergraduate students, mentoring of undergraduate and graduate students, assisting in grant writing, curriculum assessment for SACS, development of learning assessment measures and other administrative duties. University of Southern Mississippi, Mississippi Center for Community and Civic Engagement Doctoral Assistantship Duties included administering and directing the CommunityNet AmeriCorps program and the development of a comprehensive computer literacy curriculum. The CommunityNet program partnered with community-based organizations to provide computer literacy instruction to children in after school programs. Other duties included writing the upcoming year s grant application.
2 University of Southern Mississippi, Department of Administration of Justice Masters Research Assistantship Doctoral Teaching/ Research Assistantship Duties included conducting research, teaching undergraduate courses, and other administrative duties Buck and Buck Attorneys-at-Law Duties included legal drafting, legal research within the fields of criminal and family law, writing briefs, case preparation, and administrative duties. Areas of Instruction: Introduction to Criminal Justice Corrections Criminology Convict Criminology Victimology Racial Biases in the Criminal Justice System Women and Crime Juvenile Justice Family Violence White Collar Crime Drugs and the Criminal Justice System Comparative Criminal Justice Radical Criminology (Graduate) The Criminal Justice System (Graduate) Current Issues in Criminal Justice (Graduate) Research Interest: Recidivism programs Convict criminology Radical criminological theory Gender issues within criminal justice Racial issues within criminal justice Interpersonal violence within marginalized groups International sexual violence Publications: Buck Doude, S.E. (2008). Defining acquaintance rape: College students perceptions of sexual consent and coercion, (Dissertation). Cabana, D.A. & Doude, S.B. (2007). Repeat offender programs Encyclopedia of Police Science Ed., 3 rd Edition, Routledge Publishing. Buck, S.E. (2006). Massachusetts State Judicial Systems, Richard Clucas (Ed.). ABC CL10 Publishing. 2
3 In progress: Doude, S.B. & Rees, L. Who is a rape victim and who has been seduced?: Effects of perceived sexual orientation. Doude, S.B. Who is a rape victim and who has been seduced?: Effects of hegemonic masculinity. Doude, S.B., Bishop, T. & Miller, D. Big Ben rape case: Victim blaming on online forums. Doude, S.B. (2012). Masculinities and Crime Encyclopedia of Theoretical Criminology, J. Mitchell Miller (Ed.). Wiley Blackwell Publishing. Doude, S.B. & Tapp, K. (2012). Radical Feminism Encyclopedia of Theoretical Criminology, J. Mitchell Miller (Ed.). Wiley Blackwell Publishing. Presentations: University Policies on Intimate Partner violence with student, Kathryn Tapp, Southern Criminal Justice Association, Nasthville, TN, Big Ben rape case: Victim blaming on online forums with students, Tiffany Bishop and Dustin Miller, Southern Criminal Justice Association, Clearwater, Florida, Creating collaboration: Community based learning approaches in the creation of a domestic violence task force Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. San Diego, California Acquaintance Rape Women on Wednesdays at the GC&SU Women s Center Defining Acquaintance Rape Among College Students Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Boston, Massachusetts Rape as a weapon of warfare in the Congo Women on Wednesdays at the GC&SU Women s Center Defining Acquaintance Rape Southern Criminal Justice Association. New Orleans, Louisiana Recidivism: What works? Southern Criminal Justice Association. Savannah, Georgia Recidivism: What works? University of Mississippi, Lott Leadership Conference. Oxford, Mississippi Rape as a war crime Women on Wednesdays at the GC&SU Women s Center Education and its effect on the perception of being raped. Southern Criminal Justice Association. Raleigh, North Carolina
4 Service: The Cleary Act and its direct effect on administrators. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Las Vegas, Nevada Female maternal territoriality. Middle Tennessee State University Psychology Conference. Murfreesboro, Tennessee Guest speaker for Dream Project GC&SU Art Department, 2007 Criminal Justice Faculty Search Committee, 2007 Criminal Justice Faculty Search Committee, 2008 Guest speaker for Milledgeville s Big Read, 2008 Criminal Justice Faculty Search Committee, 2009 Sociology Faculty Search Committee, 2009 Sociology Instructor Search Committee, 2009 Director of Public Safety Search Committee, 2011 Guest speaker on juvenile delinquency for WMAZ Channel 13, 2009 Guest speaker for GC&SU Pride Alliance, 2009 GC&SU Times Talk discussant, 2009 Advisor for Liberal Studies Capstone Project for Heather Hardy and Jessica Wilbanks, 2009 Advisor for Liberal Studies Capstone Project for Ashley McNair, 2010 Thesis Committee Member for MPA student, Daniel Simpson, 2010 Advisor for Liberal Studies Capstone Project for Ashley Sinclair, 2011 Advisor for Liberal Studies Capstone Project for Jessica Stykes, 2011 GC&SU Commission on Diversity Conversation with David Groseclose and Warden Chase, Chair of panel at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting in San Diego, California, GC&SU International Connections Program,
5 Women s Studies Program Professor, 2006-Present GC&SU Freshman Circles Leader, Present Faculty Advisor to the GC&SU Young Democrats, 2007-Present University Senator, Secretary of the Academic Policy Committee, Secretary of the Faculty Affairs Committee, Member of the Student Affairs Committee, Student Judicial Board, 2008-Present Milledgeville Library Book Fair Volunteer, Participant in GC&SU Civic Agency Initiative, 2009-Present Textbook Reviewer of Exploring Corrections in America (3rd ed.), 2011 Creator of 100 Critical Thinking Questions for Pearson Publications, 2011 Mentoring: Undergraduate and Graduate Mentor for Florida State University Ph.D. Student, Meghan Wilde Rowland, Present Undergraduate Mentor for Kathryn Tapp, Present Masters of Criminal Justice Mentor for Lindsey Rees and Tiffany Bishop, 2009-Present New Faculty Mentor for Brad Koch, 2009-Present Student Judicial Board appointed mentor for Dylan Hynek, New Faculty Mentor for 5 new faculty members, Professional Memberships: Southern Criminal Justice Association, Present Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Present 5
6 Awards and Scholarships: The Union Recorder s 5 th Annual Reader s Choice Awards: Best of Milledgeville and Baldwin County: Best Teacher Larry Mitchell Wilson Scholarship for outstanding graduate student, Department of Administration of Justice, Hattiesburg, Mississippi Outstanding undergraduate paper, Middle Tennessee State University Psychology Conference, Department of Psychology, Murfreesboro, Tennessee References: Lisa Nored, J.D., Ph.D. Chair and Associate Professor Department of Criminal Justice University of Southern Mississippi 118 College Drive #5127 Hattiesburg, MS (601) R. Alan Thompson, Ph.D. Associate Professor Department of Criminal Justice University of Southern Mississippi 118 College Drive #5127 Hattiesburg, MS (601) Robert Moore, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Troy University MSCX 320F Troy, Alabama (334) Tina Lee, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice The University of Tennessee at Martin 116 Sociology Building Martin, TN (731)