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1 Revised 1/2014 CURRICULUM VITA Carter Hay OFFICE ADDRESS College of Criminology and Criminal Justice Tallahassee, FL Phone: , EDUCATION Ph.D The University of Texas at Austin; Sociology M.A The University of Texas at Austin; Sociology B.A Southwestern University, Georgetown, Texas; Economics PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT 2011-present Director of Graduate Studies, College of Criminology and Criminal Justice, 2013-present Professor, College of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Associate Professor, College of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Assistant Professor, College of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, Washington State University RESEARCH INTERESTS Empirical testing of theories of crime causation The causes and consequences of low self-control Life course criminology Delinquency-reduction policy and programming Offender reentry PUBLICATIONS Hay, Carter, Xia Wang, Emily Ciaravolo, and Ryan Meldrum. Inside the Black Box: Identifying the Variables that Mediate the Effects of a Comprehensive Intervention on Delinquency. Forthcoming in Crime and Delinquency. Meldrum, Ryan, J. C. Barnes, and Carter Hay. Sleep Deprivation, Low Self-Control, and 1

2 Delinquency: A Test of the Strength Model of Self-Control. Forthcoming in Journal of Youth and Adolescence. Xia Wang, Carter Hay, Natalie Todak, and William Bales. Criminal Propensity, Social Context, and Recidivism: A Multi-Level Analysis of Interactive Relationships. Forthcoming in Criminal Justice and Behavior. Jackson, Dylan, and Carter Hay The Conditional Impact of Official Labeling on Subsequent Delinquency: Considering the Attenuating Role of Family Attachment. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 50: Hay, Carter, Ryan C. Meldrum, and Alex Piquero Negative Cases in the Nexus between Self-Control, Social Bonds, and Delinquency. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice 11:3 25. Valentine, Colby L., Carter Hay, Kevin M. Beaver, Thomas G. Blomberg Through a Computational Lens: Using Dual Computer-Criminology Degree Programs to Advance the Study of Criminology and Criminal Justice Practice. Security Informatics 2:2. Meldrum, Ryan C., Jacob T.N. Young, Carter Hay, and Jamie L. Flexon Does Self- Control Influence Maternal Attachment? A Reciprocal Effects Analysis from Early Childhood through Middle Adolescence. Journal of Quantitative Criminology 28: Hay, Carter, Brian Stults, and Emily Restivo Suppressing the Harmful of Effects of Key Risk Factors: Results from the Children at Risk Experimental Intervention. Criminal Justice & Behavior 39: Meldrum, Ryan C., and Carter Hay Do Peers Matter in the Development of Self- Control? Evidence from a Longitudinal Multi-Site Sample of Youth. Journal of Youth and Adolescence 41: Forrest, Walter, and Carter Hay Life-Course Transitions, Self-Control and Desistance from Crime. Criminology and Criminal Justice 11: Hay, Carter, Ryan Meldrum, Walter Forrest, and Emily Ciaravolo Stability and Change in Risk-Seeking: Examining the Effects of an Intervention Program. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice 8: Hay, Carter, Ryan Meldrum, and Karen Mann Traditional Bullying, Cyber Bullying, and Deviance: A General Strain Theory Approach. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice 26: [Special issue on general strain theory edited by Robert Agnew and Paul Mazerolle]. Hay, Carter, and Ryan Meldrum Bullying Victimization and Adolescent Self-Harm: Testing Hypotheses from General Strain Theory. Journal of Youth and Adolescence 39:

3 Hay, Carter Examining key causes of crime in terms of their potential responsiveness to policy manipulation. The Criminologist 34:5 8. Hay, Carter, and Walter Forrest The Implications of Family Poverty for a Pattern of Persistent Offending. Pp in The Development of Persistent Criminality, edited by Joanne Savage. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Hay, Carter, and Walter Forrest Self-Control and The Concept of Opportunity: The Case for a More Systematic Union. Criminology 46: Mears, Daniel P., Xia Wang, Carter Hay, and William D. Bales Social Ecology and Recidivism: Implications for Prisoner Reentry. Criminology 46: Hay, Carter, Edward Fortson, Dusten Hollist, Irshad Altheimer, and Lonnie Schaible Compounded Risk: The Implications for Delinquency of Coming from a Poor Family that Lives in a Poor Community. Journal of Youth and Adolescence 36: Reisig, Michael, William Bales, Carter Hay, and Xia Wang Racial Inequality and Reconviction Among African-American Male Offenders. Justice Quarterly 24: Mears, Daniel P., Carter Hay, Marc Gertz, and Christina Mancini Public Opinion and the Foundation of the Juvenile Court. Criminology 45: Blomberg, Thomas G. and Carter Hay Visions of Social Control: Revisited. Pp in Crime, Social Control, and Human Rights, edited by Christine Chinkin, David Downes, Conor Gearty, and Paul Rock. Devon, UK: Willan Publishing. Hay, Carter, and Walter Forrest The Development of Self-Control: Examining Self- Control Theory s Stability Thesis. Criminology 44: Hay, Carter, Edward Fortson, Dusten Hollist, Irshad Altheimer, and Lonnie Schaible The Impact of Community Disadvantage on the Relationship between the Family and Juvenile Crime. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 43: Hay, Carter, and Michelle M. Evans Violent Victimization and Involvement in Delinquency: Examining Predictions from General Strain Theory. Journal of Criminal Justice 34: Hay, Carter, and Michelle M. Evans Has Roe v. Wade Reduced U.S. Crime? Examining the Link between Mother s Pregnancy Intentions and Children s later Involvement in Law- Violating Behavior. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 43: Hay, Carter Family Strain, Gender, and Delinquency. Sociological Perspectives 46:

4 Hay, Carter, and Mark Stafford Rehabilitation in America: The Philosophy and Methods, Past and Present. Pp in Punishing Juveniles: Principle and Critique, edited by Ido Weijers and Antony Duff. Oxford, UK: Hart Publishing. Hay, Carter Parenting, Low Self-Control, and Delinquency: A Test of Self-Control Theory. Criminology 39: Hay, Carter An Exploratory Test of Braithwaite s Reintegrative Shaming Theory. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 38: Empey, Lamar T., Mark C. Stafford, and Carter H. Hay American Delinquency: Its Meaning and Construction. 4th Edition. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth. Hay, Carter Parental Sanctions and Delinquent Behavior: Toward Clarification of Braithwaite s Theory of Reintegrative Shaming. Theoretical Criminology 2: WORK UNDER REVIEW AND IN PROGRESS Hay, Carter, and Ryan Meldrum. Low Self-Control, Crime, and Crime Control: An Integrated, Interdisciplinary Perspective. Book proposal submitted to Sage Publications. Hughes, Cresean, and Carter Hay. On the Relationship between Prior and Future Delinquency: Considering Key Risk and Protective Moderators. Burkes, Kaleena, William Bales, and Carter Hay. The Impact of Marriage and Employment on Prisoner Reentry Outcomes. GRANTS SUBMITTED/AWARDED Scholarships for Service for FSU M.S. Computer Criminology and CNSA Students and Supplement (Co-PI; PI: Michael Burmester). Resubmitted and pending in 2013, National Science Foundation ($1,393,866) Residential Positive Achievement Change Tool (R-PACT) Validation. Awarded in 2012 (current), Florida Department of Juvenile Justice ($82,659). Graduate Student Training in the Responsible Conduct of Criminological Research. Awarded in 2009, FSU Office of Graduate Studies ($4,507). Cognitive Transformations among Juvenile Offenders in a Correctional Setting. Principal Investigator. Submitted and denied in 2009, W.T. Grant Foundation ($253,700). Self-Control Transformations among Serious Juvenile Offenders. Principal Investigator. Submitted and denied in 2008, National Institute of Justice ($401,638). 4

5 A Proposal to Evaluate Florida s Faith- and Character-Based Prison Programs (Co-PI; PI: Thomas Blomberg). Submitted and denied in 2008, Florida Tax Watch ($382,121). The Malleability of Self-Control in Adolescence: Considering the Implications for Self-Control of Natural and Contrived Changes in Social Environments. Awarded in 2007, FSU Council on Research and Creativity ($13,000). Examining the Effects of Parental Socialization on Adolescent Crime across Different Social Contexts. Awarded in 2004, FSU Council on Research and Creativity First Year Assistant Professor Award ($13,000). Assessing Prospective Measures of Criminal Behavior. Awarded in 2002, Washington State University Faculty Seed Grant ($7,940). Parental Authority and Delinquency. Awarded in 1998, Office of Graduate Studies, University of Texas at Austin, University Co-Op Endowment Fund Fellowship ($17,500). Parental Authority and Delinquency. Awarded in 1997, Hogg Foundation for Mental Health, Harry E. and Bernice M. Moore Dissertation Fellowship ($3,000). Evaluation Research Fellowship, awarded in , Hogg Foundation for Mental Health, ($15,000). PRESENTATIONS Burkes, Kaleena, William Bales, and Carter Hay. The Impact of Marriage and Employment on Prisoner Reentry Outcomes. To be presented at the 2012 meetings of the American Society of Widdowson, Alex, Carter Hay, Ryan Meldrum, and Alex Piquero. Early problem behavior and later delinquency: Considering the role of the family, presented at the 2011 meetings of the American Society of Hay, Carter, Ryan C. Meldrum, and Jacob T. N. Young. Once Gained, Never Lost? Examining Longitudinal Losses in Self-Control, presented at the 2011 meetings of the American Society of Hay, Carter, and Emily Ciaravolo. Suppressing the Harmful of Effects of Key Risk Factors: Results from the Children at Risk Experimental Intervention, presented at the 2010 meetings of the American Society of Hay, Carter, Xia Wang, Emily Ciaravolo, and Ryan Meldrum. Identifying the Variables that Mediate the Effects of a Comprehensive Prevention Program on Delinquency, presented at the 2009 meetings of the American Society of 5

6 Hay, Carter, Ryan Meldrum, Emily Ciaravolo, and Walter Forrest. The Malleability of Self- Control in Adolescence: Considering the Effects of an Intervention Program, presented at the 2008 meetings of the American Society of Invited participant for Author Meets Critic: Saving Children from a Life of Crime: Early Risk Factors and Effective Intervention (by David Farrington and Brandon Welsh), at the 2007 meetings of the American Society of Forrest, Walter, and Carter Hay. Does Self-Control Mediate the Effects of Life-Course Transitions on Desistance from Crime?, presented at the 2007 meetings of the American Society of Wang, Xia, and Carter Hay. The Impact of Social Context on the Relationship between Individuals Criminal Propensity and Recidivism, presented at the 2007 meetings of the American Society of Hay, Carter, and Walter Forrest. Self-Control and Social Context: Toward a More Conditional View of the Relationship between Self-Control and Crime, presented at the 2006 meetings of the American Society of Meldrum, Ryan, and Carter Hay. Prison Pains as Prison Strains: Applying General Strain Theory to the Prison Environment, presented at the 2006 meetings of the American Society of Hay, Carter, and Walter Forrest. The Development of Self-Control: Examining Self-Control Theory s Stability Thesis, presented at the 2006 meetings of the American Society of Hay, Carter, Walter Forrest, and Edward Fortson. Considering the Etiology and Stability of Low Self-Control, presented at the 2005 meetings of the American Society of Hay, Carter, Edward Fortson, Dusten Hollist, and Irshad Altheimer. Considering the Criminogenic Effects of Family- and Community-Level Poverty, presented at the 2004 meetings of the American Society of Hay, Carter, Amber Cleverly, Michelle Evans, Katie Evermann-Druffel, and Jessica Throop. Peer Abuse, Family Attachment, and Delinquency, presented at the 2003 meetings of the American Society of Hay, Carter, Irshad Altheimer, Edward Fortson, Dusten Hollist, and Lonnie Schaible. The Effects of Family- and Community-Level Poverty on Juvenile Delinquency, presented at the 2002 meetings of the American Society of Hay, Carter, Amber Cleverly, Michelle Evans, Katie Evermann-Druffel, and Jessica Throop. Has Roe v. Wade Reduced U.S. Crime Rates? Examining the Longitudinal Effects of Unwanted 6

7 Childbearing on Parenting and Criminal Behavior, presented at the 2002 meetings of the American Society of Hay, Carter, Edward Fortson, Dusten Hollist, and Lonnie Schaible. The Community, the Family, and the Explanation of Juvenile Delinquency, presented at the 2002 meetings of the American Sociological Association. Hay, Carter. Toward an Elaborated (and More Powerful) Control Theory of Delinquency, presented at the 2001 meetings of the American Society of Hay, Carter. Family Strain, Gender, and Delinquency: A Test of Agnew s General Strain Theory, presented at the 2000 meetings of the American Society of Hay, Carter. A Test of an Integrated Theory: Braithwaite s Reintegrative Shaming Theory, presented at the 1999 meetings of the American Society of Hay, Carter. Using General Strain Theory and Exposure to Harsh Parental Authority to Explain the Race-Crime Relationship, presented at the 1998 meetings of the American Society of Hay, Carter, and Nick Mcree. The Implications for Delinquency of the Maturity Gap, Early Physical Development, and Parental Control, presented at the 1998 meetings of the American Society of Hay, Carter. Delinquency as One Dimension of Strain: Antagonism Toward External Controls, presented at the 1997 meetings of the American Society of Hay, Carter. Toward Conceptual Clarification of Braithwaite s Theory of Reintegrative Shaming, presented at the 1996 meetings of the American Society of Hay, Carter. Differential Association, Perceptions of Wrongfulness, and the Age Distribution of Delinquency, presented at the 1996 meetings of the Southwestern Social Science Association. TEACHING INTERESTS Criminological theory Criminology and juvenile delinquency Forms of crime and delinquency Professional development for graduate students in Criminology COURSES TAUGHT Criminology Criminal and Delinquent Behavior Juvenile Delinquency Corrections 7

8 Introductory Sociology Demographic and Social Status Predictors of Criminal Behavior (graduate) Race, Ethnicity, Crime, and Justice (graduate) Survey of Criminological Theories (graduate) Advanced Seminar on Criminological Theory (graduate) Professional Development in Criminology (graduate) Proseminar in Criminology and Criminal Justice (graduate) Adolescent Deviance (graduate) TEACHING RECOGNITIONS Nominee for a University Teaching Award, : 2006 (undergraduate), 2008 (graduate), 2010 (graduate), 2011 (graduate), 2013 (graduate). The Louis N. Gray Graduate Student Advocate Award, awarded by the graduate students of the Washington State University Department of Sociology: PROFESSIONAL INVOLVEMENT Journal reviewer American Sociological Review Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology Crime and Delinquency Criminology Criminal Justice Policy Review (editorial board, 2008 present) Criminology & Public Policy Journal of Adolescence Journal of Crime and Justice Journal of Criminal Justice Journal of Family Issues Journal of Quantitative Criminology Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency (editorial board, 2012 present) Journal of Youth and Adolescence (editorial board, 2008 present) Justice Quarterly Social Forces Social Problems Social Science Research Sociological Quarterly Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice (editorial board, 2010 present) Other service to the discipline Chair, Causes of Crime and Criminal Behavior Area, American Society of Criminology annual meetings (2013). 8

9 Member, Professional Development Awards Committee, Association of Doctoral Programs in Criminology and Criminal Justice (ADPCCJ) (2012-present). Member, Teaching Award Committee, American Society of Criminology (2012). External review for promotion and tenure cases: University of Oklahoma (2010); Wayne State University (2010); the University of Portland (2004). SERVICE TO FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY AND THE COLLEGE OF CRIMINOLOGY AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE University University Fellowship Selection Committee (2005-present) Faculty proposal reviewer, FSU Council on Research and Creativity (COFRS) (2012) College of Criminology and Criminal Justice Director of Graduate Studies (2011-present) Computer criminology director (2010-present) Academic committee (2003-present, chair from 2006-present) Administrative advisory committee ( , ) External funding initiatives committee ( ) Faculty recruitment committee ( ) Peer merit evaluations ad hoc committee ( , chair) Ph.D. theory committee (2003-present, chair for ) Promotion and tenure committee (2007-present) Scholarship Committee (2003-present) Student M.A. and Ph.D. committees 9

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