1 Updated:12/13 MYRNA CINTRÓN, Ph.D. Department of Justice Studies College of Juvenile Justice & Psychology Prairie View A&M University Prairie View, TX (936) EDUCATION Ph.D. in Criminology. School of Criminology, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida (1991). M.A. in Criminal Justicie, Inter-American University, San Juan, Puerto Rico (1980). B.A. in Sociology. The University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico (1978). EMPLOYMENT ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE Associate Professor. College of Juvenile Justice and Psychology, Prairie View A&M University, Prairie View, TX, September, 2001-to present. Tenure: Fall, Department Head, Justice Studies. College of Juvenile Justice and Psychology, Prairie View A&M University, Prairie View, TX, January, 2004-to May Associate Professor. College of Criminal Justice, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, TX. August 1998 to June, Assistant Professor. College of Criminal Justice, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, TX. August 1992 to Tenure, Spring, Assistant Professor. Department of Sociology, West Georgia College, Carrollton, GA. September 1991 to June Tenure: Spring, Instructor. Department of Sociology, West Georgia College, Carrollton, GA. September 1987 to June 1990.
2 REFEREED PUBLICATIONS Gibson, C., Cintron, M., Dawkins, M., & Asanaeyni, G. (2012). Addressing obesity: Fear of crime, perceptions of disorder and disparities in child and adolescent use of public parks, Journal of Applied Research on Children: Informing Policy for Children at Risk, 3(1), Article 11. Available at: Latino Delinquency: Defining and counting the problem, (2012). In E. Penn, H. Taylor Green & S.L. Gabbidon (Eds.). Race and Juvenile Justice, Ch 2, pp Carolina Academic Press. An examination of Female Youth Gangs, (2008). Tiffiney Barfield, M. Cintron, Jon Sorensen. Journal of Knowledge and Best Practices in Juvenile Justice and Psychology, Vol. 2 (1): Mara Salvatrucha: A Historical Perspective, (2008). John J. Rodriguez & M. Cintron. Crime, Punishment and the Law, 1(1): "Health, Culture, HIV/AIDS, and Latino/a College Students", (2007). Rosa Cintron, Tom Owens, and Myrna Cintron, Vol. 44: No. 1, Article 6. Latino Delinquency: Defining and counting the problem, (2006). In E. Penn, H. Taylor Green & S.L. Gabbidon (Eds.). Race and Juvenile Justice, Ch 2, pp Carolina Academic Press. Bilingual Workforce Needs in Texas: A Survey of Texas Community Supervision and Corrections Departments Texas Probation, Vol. XVII (1), January, 2002: 4-7. Drugs in the Classroom: A Historical Approach to Drug Education, (co-author, Dr. M. Roth), Journal of Criminal Justice Education, Spring 2001, Vol. 12 (1): "Latinos: The Conceptualization Of Race." (with Laura B. Myers; Kathryn E. Scarborough). Chapter. 5, pp In J. E. Hendricks and B. Byers (Eds). Multicultural Perspectives in Criminal Justice and Criminology. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas Publisher, 2000, 2 nd Edition (Reprint). The Latino(a) Ethnic Category: Implications for Criminal Justice Research, ACJS edited reader compiled by the Women and Minorities Section, edited by Drs. Zelma Henriques and Delores D. Jones, November, The Emerging War on Tobacco: A Content Analysis of Banning in America, (with W. Wesley Johnson). Journal of Crime and Justice, XVIX (1-2), 1996.
3 The Modern Plague: Controlling Substance Abuse, (with W. Wesley Johnson) Ch. 9 in T. Flanagan & D. Longmire (Eds.), Americans View Crime and Justice: A National Survey of Public Opinion, "Latinos: The Conceptualization Of Race." (with Laura B. Myers; Kathryn E. Scarborough). Chapter. 5, pp In J. E. Hendricks and B. Byers (Eds.). Multicultural Perspectives in Criminal Justice and Criminology. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas Publisher 1994 "Coca: Its History and Contemporary Parallels," Studies in Third World Societies, 37, 25-51, NON-REFEREED PUBLICATIONS Criminal Justice: Mainstream and Crosscurrents (2009) by John Fuller for Prentice Hall. (2 nd Edition, web-based) Spanish Translation of glossary Criminal Justice: Mainstream and Crosscurrents (2006) by John Fuller for Prentice Hall. (1 st Edition). Spanish Translation of glossary. National Youth Survey (2003). Encyclopedia of Juvenile Justice, Eds. Marilyn McShane & Frank P. Williams, III (co-authored with Dr. M. McShane). Book Review, Exploring Criminal Justice: An Introduction, by Don M. Gottfredson, Criminal Justice Review, 28(2) Autumn, 2003: 442. Implementing Breath Alcohol Ignition Interlock Legislation: A Survey of Texas Probation Officers, with W.W. Johnson. Journal of Offender Monitoring, Vol 11 (3), Undocumented Citizens and Language Skills, Texas Law Enforcement and Administrative Statistics Program (TELEMASP Bulletin), 4:4, July, Editor, Newsletter of the Minorities and Women Section of the Academy of Criminal Justice Science. Vol. 1 Issue 1, February Book Review: Gender, Ethnicity and the State: Latina and Latino Prison Politics by Juanita Díaz-Cotto. Women and Criminal Justice, 9:4, Book Review: The Party's over (K. Hendricks), and Tragic Magic (S. L. Hills & R. Santiago), The Criminologist, 9:4, Assistant-editor (Dr. N. J. McCandless, Editor) of Vol. XXXI of the West Georgia College Studies in the Social Sciences, Summer, 1993.
4 "Moral Panics and The Vocabularies of Motives: Content Analysis of the Cyclical Nature of the Drug Crisis, ," Academically Speaking...Criminal Justice Research by Florida's Doctoral Students, Florida Criminal Justice Executive Institute ACADEMIC PRESENTATIONS A view of the future of immigration using the Presidential debates (with Karina Rodriguez), Presented at the American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Chicago, Il.. November 14-17, A view of the future of immigration using the Republican Presidential Debates, American Society of Criminology, Chicago, November 14-17, If asked, what will the Academy say about Latinos and Crime/Delinquency? Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences annual meeting, New York, N.Y. March 12-17, 2012 The Future of Criminal Justice Education, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Boston, March 10-14, Diaspora, Diversity, Dissent and Development, sponsored by The Texas Institute for the Preservation of History and Culture and The School of Architecture, April 18, Multicultural Considerations, Southwestern Association of Criminal Justice, Oklahoma City, OK, September 29-October 1, (Chaired/Discussant). Criminal Justice Pedagogy, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Chicago, March 15-19, (Chaired Session). Female Role Models in Criminal Justice, American Society of Criminology, Nashville, TN, November 17-20, (Discussant). Professional Development Session: Women of Color in Criminal Justice/Criminology Transitions Classroom to Administration, Part I, American Society of Criminology, Nashville, TN, November 17-20, (Chaired Session). Latinos and Juvenile Delinquency, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Las Vegas, March, Coverage and Relevance of Juvenile Justice Topics in Introduction to Criminal Justice textbooks: A Content Analysis, American Society of Criminology, Denver, November 19-22, (Chaired Panel) Teaching and studying at HBCU, American Society of Criminology, Chicago, November 13-16, 2002.
5 Media representation of juvenile crime: A Content analysis of Texas newspapers, (copresenter: Bridgett McGowen) Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Anaheim, CA, March 5-9, Correlates of juvenile delinquency, NAAAS Joint National Conference, Houston, February 11-16, Corridos y Más: A content Analysis of Spanish songs about drugs, (co-presenter: Mario Dávila) Annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Washington, DC, March Latinos In Criminal Justice: Their role as defendants, victims and professionals, NAAAS Joint National Conference, Houston, February, Soccer and Society, (with M. Cáceres) NAAAS Joint National Conference, Houston, February, Bilingual Workforce Needs Among Texas Community Supervision and Corrections Departments, Southwestern Association of Criminal Justice, El Paso, October, Roundtable Facilitator: Are our students marooned on the Island of Graduate Studies? Southwestern Association of Criminal Justice, El Paso, October, Service Satisfaction Among Shelter Residents, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, New Orleans, March 21-25, Are Alcohol Ignition Devices a Good Idea?: A Survey of Texas Probation Officers,5 th Annual Texas Judicial Advisory Council on Ignition Interlock, Irving, Texas, October, Incidents of Domestic Violence Among a Sample of Latina Victims, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Kentucky. March 11-15, Innovative Crime Control Strategies: The use of the National Guard in Puerto Rico, American Society of Criminology, Chicago. November 20-23, Domestic Violence in a Latina Sample, American Sociological Association, New York. August 16-20, Breaking Cultural Norms to Stay Alive: Domestic Violence among Latino Couples, American Society of Criminology, Boston. November 14-18, The Emerging War on Tobacco: A Content Analysis of Banning in America, (with W. W. Johnson) Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Boston. March 6-11, The Measurement of Race/Ethnicity as Correlates of Crime, (with Laura B. Myers) American Society of Criminology, Miami. November 9-12, 1994.
6 "Differences and Patterns of Drinking and Non-Prescription Drug Use Among Three Latino Groups: HHANES Sample Demographic Characteristics," Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Chicago. March 8-12, "The Impact of The Conceptualization Of Race on the Development of a Multicultural Perspective," (with L. Myers and K.Scarborough), Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Chicago. March 8-12, "The Rodney King Verdict and Criminal Justice Assumptions about Human Behavior," Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Kansas City. March 16-20, "Moral Panic and the Vocabularies of Motive: A Content Analysis of the Florida Drug Crisis," American Society of Criminology, New Orleans. November 4-7, "Facing the Drug Crisis: Puerto Rico's Role in the United States Strategy to Control an International Menace," Latin American Studies Association. Miami, Florida. December 4-6, "Drugs and Youth Violence: The link? A Review of the Literature, "Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, San Francisco, California. April 4-8, Lead Roundtable Organizer: Racism in Criminal Justice. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Kentucky. March 11-15, 1997 Roundtable Organizer: The Challenge of Multiculturalism for Criminology, American Society of Criminology, Miami. November 9-12, Roundtable Participant: "Multiculturalism in Criminal Justice Education," Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Chicago. March 8-12, Discussant, Panel on Controlling Drug Abuse, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Chicago. March 8-12, Discussant, Panel on Judicial Decision-Making: The Impact of Social Background, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Kansas City. March 16-20, Discussant, Panel on Politics, Policy, and the Criminal Justice System. American Society of Criminology, New Orleans. November 4-7, Discussant, Panel on Drugs and Crime among Women Offenders. American Society of Criminology, New Orleans. November 4-7, Chair, Panel on Educational Considerations and Juvenile Offenders. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, San Francisco, California. April 4-8, 1988.
7 GRANT: Co-PI, Addressing obesity Fear of crime and disparities in child and adolescent use of the outdoors (PI: C. Gibson). Program for Rural and Minority Health Disparities Research, funded through NIH-National Center on Minority Health and Heath Disparities (NCMHC). Total award: $9, SERVICE TO THE DISCIPLINE Member, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Affirmative Action Committee Textbook Reviewer, Jones & Barlett, 2013-current. Member, American Society of Criminology, Association of Doctoral Programs in Criminology and Criminal Justice, Award Committee, 2012 & Member, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Membership Committee, National Chair, Outstanding Book Award Committee, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Peer Reviewer for the Southwest Journal of Criminal Justice, since Anderson Paper Awards Committee, Chair, Student and Faculty Paper, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Executive Counselor of the Minorities and Women Section, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Vice-Chair of the Women and Minorities Section, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Advisory Board. Member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Criminal Justice Sciences, Council Member of the Section on Latino/a Sociology, American Sociological Association Membership Committee. American Society of Criminology, Awards Committee Member. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Awards Committee Member. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Minorities and Women Section, Student Conference Travel Awards, Peer Reviewer for the Journal of Criminal Justice Education
8 Peer Reviewer for the Journal of Crime and Justice Peer Reviewer for the Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice Peer Reviewer for the journal Women and Criminal Justice SERVICE TO THE INSTITUTION AND COLLEGE Prairie View A&M University Dissertation Committees Chair, Dissertation, Juvenile gangs (no official title yet), Karina Rodriguez, working on prospectus. Chair, Dissertation, Recidivism and Gender differences: a methodological alternative (no official title yet), Darren Benaby, working on prospectus. Reader, Dissertation, youth trafficking, (no official title yet), Joseph Ugwo, working on prospectus. Reader, Dissertation: The Kansas City youth peacemaking circle project (KCYPCP)-The potential to reduce violence using restorative justice peacemaking circles, Jennifer Trombley, 2012 Chair, Dissertation: Examining the relationship among psychosocial stressors, substance abuse and delinquency: An approach informed by General Strain Theory, Steven Simon, Chair, Dissertation: An Empirical analysis of desistance among incarcerated agedelinquents serving life sentences in the Louisiana State Penitentiary, Geraldine Doucett, Reader, Dissertation: Law enforcement perceptions of interrogation methods on juvenile suspects: A survey, Glenda Sheppard, Reader, Dissertation: Cultural Deviance at a Land-Grant University: A Case Study, Fred Ford, Reader, Dissertation: Unaccompanied Latino Youth on the United States Mexico Border: A Qualitative Study, Frank Rodriguez (not completed) Reader, Dissertation: A content analysis of empirical studies on zero tolerance discipline policies in U.S. public schools, Ruby Shaw, 2008.
9 Chair, Dissertation: A quantitative analysis of Albert Cohen s Subculture of Delinquency Theory: An examination of female youth gangs and delinquency, Tiffiney Cottledge, Chair, Dissertation: An empirical analysis of recidivism rates among incarcerated and non-incarcerated juvenile sex offenders in Harris County, Texas, Terry Snow, Chair, Dissertation: Identification of Sociodemographic Indicators in Attempted and Completed Rape, Richard L. McWorther, Fall, College of Juvenile Justice & Psychology Chair, Professional Development of Doctoral Students, fall Member, Search Committee, fall Member, Recruitment & Retention Committee, fall 2013 Member, Assessment Committee, Spring, 2004 Member, Royce West Forum Committee, Fall, 2008 Chair, Tenure & Promotion Committee, Fall 2003 Search Committee, Chair, Associate Dean, College of Juvenile Justice & Psychology, Spring, 2004 Search Committee, Member, Full Professor, College of Juvenile Justice & Psychology Clinical Adolescent Psychology, Spring, 2004 Search Committee, Member, Professors, Educational Leadership, Fall, 2004 Search Committee Member, Full Professor, College of Juvenile Justice & Psychology Justice Studies, Fall, 2003 Prairie View A&M University Member, Graduate School Council (2002-current). Member, Graduate Council, Committee on Degree Completion Timeline and revalidation of courses. Member, Committee assigned to write the first manual on Thesis and Dissertation writing guidelines, MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS
10 TEACHING American Society of Criminology Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Southwestern Academy of Criminal Justice Doctoral Level: Juvenile Justice Issues & Practice Theories of Crime and Delinquency Advanced Seminar in Crime & Delinquency Theory Demographics in Juvenile Justice Juvenile Offender and Youth Gangs Processing of Juveniles by Police and Courts Legal Aspects of Juvenile Justice Master s Level: Substance abuse Theory Undergraduate Level: Internship Alternatives to Incarceration Crime in America Criminology Introduction to Criminal Justice Drugs and Society Drugs Society and Policy Minorities and Crime Alcohol: A Social Dilemma MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS American Society of Criminology Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Southwestern Academy of Criminal Justice FUTURE RESEARCH PROJECTS Dictionary of Juvenile Justice Terms (several are available for legal and adult criminal justice systems, none for juvenile justice system in Spanish and English). In Their Own Words: Undocumented Citizens in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice tell their stories. (This will consist of interviews with inmates that will be deported by the INS as they complete their sentences). Latinos In Criminal Justice (book proposal: a reader emphasizing Latinos in the criminal justice system: research issues with special populations, law enforcement, court, corrections, professional, the law and immigration).
EDUCATION Laura B. Myers, Ph.D. Disaster Preparedness and Criminal Justice Research Scientist DrLauraMyers@gmail.com (828) 243-2952 Ph.D. in Criminology. School of Criminology, Florida State University,
VITA Faith E. Lutze, Ph.D. Office Address Criminal Justice Program Washington State University P.O. Box 644880 Pullman, WA 99164-4880 Telephone: (509) 335-2272 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org EDUCATION 1996 Ph.D.
CURRICULUM VITAE ACADEMIC POSITIONS David J. Eitle, Ph.D. Department of Sociology & Anthropology Wilson 2-130 Montana State University Bozeman, MT 59717 email@example.com 2012-present Professor and Department
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Curriculum Vitae Howard Henderson, Ph.D. EDUCATION Ph.D. Criminal Justice. Sam Houston State University. 2006 M.C.J. Criminal Justice. Tennessee State University. 2001 B.S. Criminal Justice Administration.
John Ortiz Smykla Director and Professor School of Criminology and Criminal Justice Florida Atlantic University SO 210 777 Glades Road Boca Raton, FL 33413 Voice: 561-297-3173 FAX: 561-297-2438 E-mail:
Contact Information Curriculum Vitae Shani P. Wilfred Valdosta State University Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice Valdosta, GA 31698 Phone: (229) 249-4835 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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CURRICULUM VITAE Jennifer Wareham Campus Address: Department of Criminal Justice Phone Number: (313) 577-3286 Wayne State University Fax: (313) 577-9977 3278 Faculty/Administration Building Detroit, MI
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1 CURRICULUM VITAE WILLIAM P. BLOSS, Ph.D. Department of Criminal Justice Tel: (252) 328-1447 East Carolina University Fax: (252) 737-1769 247 Rivers Building E-mail: email@example.com Greenville, NC 27858-4363
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