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1 Tara N. Richards, Ph.D. Assistant Professor School of Criminal Justice University of Baltimore 1420 North Charles Street, LAP 507 Baltimore, MD Office: (410) Cell: (423) EDUCATION 2011 Ph.D., Criminology, University of South Florida Dissertation: Explaining the Female Victim Effect in Capital Sentencing Decisions: A Case for Sex-Specific Models of Capital Sentencing Research 2007 M.S., Criminal Justice, University of Tennessee Chattanooga 2005 B.A. Political Science, University of Tennessee ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS 2015-Present Affiliated Researcher, Criminal Justice and Criminology Research Initiative, School of Public Affairs, University of Colorado Denver, Denver, CO 2013-Present Assistant Professor, School of Criminal Justice, University of Baltimore, Baltimore, MD Assistant Professor, Department of Government and Justice Studies, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC Research Associate, Department of Mental Health Law and Policy, Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL AREAS OF INTEREST Intimate Partner Violence Sexual Victimization Role of Gender in Criminal Justice Processes Mental Health, Substance Abuse, and Violence/Trauma GRANT ACTIVITY Beyond Campus Judicial Boards: Evaluating Diverse Investigative & Disciplinary Responses to Sexual Violence at Colleges and Universities Role: Co-Principal Investigator (with Nancy Cantalupo) Funding Agency: National Institute of Justice, Research and Evaluation on the Investigation and Adjudication of Campus Sexual Assault Amount: $358,322 (pending) 1 Updated June 2015

2 An Examination of Domestic Violence Offender Treatment Content in Colorado and the Relationship between Treatment Content and Offender Outcomes Role: Co-Principal Investigator (with Angela Gover) Funding Agency: Colorado Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Amount: $99,180 (funded) The Campus Sexual Assault Policy Project (CSAPP) Role: Principal Investigator Funding Agency: University of Baltimore College of Public Affairs Dean s Fund Amount: $4,572 (funded) A Process Analysis of Maryland Abuser Intervention Programs (AIP) Policies and Guidelines. Role: Principal Investigator (with Chris Murphy) Funding Agency: Governor s Office of Crime Control and Prevention, FY 2015 Edward J. Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (BJAG) Amount: $67,992 (pending) Examination of the Lethality Assessment Program Regarding Associated Service Utilization and Victim Empowerment among Victims of Intimate Partner Violence Role: C0-Principal Investigator (with Margaret Johnson). Funding Agency: University of Baltimore Foundation Fund for Excellence Amount: $9,000 (funded) Evaluation of Substance Abuse Treatment Service Access and Utilization in Florida Medicaid Managed Medical Assistance (MMAs) Role: Co-Principal Investigator (with Holly Hills) Funding Agency: Florida Agency for Healthcare Administration Amount: $197,530 (funded) Retention in Care for Pregnant Women with Prescription Opioid Dependence Role: Co-Principal Investigator (with Holly Hills) Funding Agency: National Institute of Health PA Prescription Drug Abuse (R21) Amount: $368,318 (not funded) Models of Care for Pain Management in Persons with Opioid Dependence Role: Co-Principal Investigator (with Holly Hills) Funding Agency: Florida Agency for Healthcare Administration Amount: $75, 767 (funded) 2 Updated June 2015

3 Planning and Implementation of Global Education in the School of Criminal Justice at the University of Baltimore Role: Principal Investigator Funding Agency: University of Baltimore Foundation Fund for Excellence Amount: $19, 729 (funded) Assessment of STARR: Implementation, Measurement, and Monitoring of an Evidence-Based Practice in the Office of Probation and Pretrial Service Role: Co-Principal Investigator (with Jeffrey Holcomb) Funding Agency: National Institute of Justice, Research and Evaluation on Justice Systems: Investigator-Initiated Amount: $329,000 (not funded) Issues and Impacts Related to Participation in Opiate Treatment Programs in Florida Role: Research Coordinator (Principle Investigator Holly Hills) Funding Agency: Florida Agency for Healthcare Administration Amount: 81,103 (funded) PUBLICATONS (*student co-author) Refereed Journal Articles Jennings, W.J., Richards, T.N., Tomsich, E., & Gover, A. R. (forthcoming). The relationship between child sexual abuse and adult physical dating violence perpetration and victimization: A propensity score analysis. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse. Richards, T. N., Smith, M.D., Fogel, S.J., & Bjerregaard, B. (2015). When domestic goes capital: An analysis of capital punishment in cases of domestic homicide. Law and Human Behavior, 39(3) Advanced Online Publication. Jennings, W.J., Richards, T.N., Smith, M.D., Bjerrgaard, B. &, Fogel, S. (2015) A Propensity score matching analysis of the relationship between victim sex and capital juror decision-making in North Carolina. Social Science Research, 52, Richards, T.N., & Reid, J. (2015). Gender stereotyping and sex trafficking: Comparative review of research on male and female sex tourism. Journal of Crime and Justice. Advanced Online Publication. Holcomb, J.E., Marcum, C.D., Richards, T.N., & Clodfelter, T.A. (2015). The development and implementation of a faculty-student collaborative research project.journal of Criminal Justice Education, 26(2), Updated June 2015

4 Richards, T. N., Jennings, W.G., Tomisch, E., & Gover, A. R. (2014). An examination of survival time and predictors of recidivism among a cohort of domestic violence offenders. Violence and Victims (Lead Article), 29(6), Richards, T. N.,Jennings, W.G., Smith, M.D., & Sellers, C., Fogel, S.J., & Bjerregaard, B. (2014). Explaining the female victim effect in capital punishment: An examination of victim sex specific models of juror decision-making. Crime & Delinquency. Advanced Online Publication. Clodfelter, T., Alexander, M., Holcomb, J., Marcum, C., & Richards, T.N. (2014). Improving probation officer effectiveness through agency-university collaboration. Criminal Justice Studies, 27(3), Jennings, W.G., Park, M., Richards, T.N., Tomsich, E., Gover, A.R., & Powers, R. (2014). Exploring the relationship between child physical abuse and adult dating violence using a causal inference approach in an emerging adult population in South Korea. Child Abuse & Neglect, 38(12) Richards, T.N., Gillespie, L.K., & Givens, E. (2014). Reporting femicide-suicide in the news: The current utilization of suicide reporting guidelines and recommendations for the future. Journal of Family Violence, 29, Tomsich, L., Richards, T.N., & Gover, A. (2014). A review of sex disparities in the key players of the capital punishment process: From defendants to jurors. American Journal of Criminal Justice, 39, Richards, T.N., Jennings, W.J., Smith, M.D., Bjerregaard, B., & Fogel, S. (2014). An examination of defendant sex disparity in capital sentencing: A propensity score matching approach. American Journal of Criminal Justice, 39, Richards, T.N., Crittendon, C.A., Garland, T., & McGuffee, K. (2014). An exploration of policies governing faculty-to-student consensual sexual relationships on university campuses: Current strategies and future directions. Journal of College Student Development, 55(4), Jennings, W.J., Richards, T. N., Bjerregaard, B., Smith, M.D., & Fogel, S.J. (2014). A critical examination of the White victim effect and death penalty decision-making from a propensity score matching approach: The North Carolina experience. Journal of Criminal Justice, 42, Richards, T.N., Branch, K.A., & *Ray, K. A. (2014). A longitudinal examination of the impact of parental and peer social support on emotional and physical dating violence perpetration and victimization among female adolescents. Violence and Victims, 29(2), Updated June 2015

5 Richards, T. N., Branch, K. A., & Hayes, R. M. (2013). An exploratory examination of college student to professor disclosures of crime victimization. Violence Against Women, 19(11), Branch, K. A., & Richards, T.N. (2013). The effects of receiving a rape disclosure: College friends stories. Violence Against Women, 19(5), Branch, K., Richards, T.N., & Dtresch, E. (2013).An exploratory analysis of college students response and reporting behavior regarding intimate partner violence victimization and perpetration among their friends. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 28(18), Richards, T. N., Gillespie, L. K., & Smith, M. D. (2013). An examination of the media portrayal of femicide-suicides: An exploratory frame analysis. Feminist Criminology, 9(1), Love, S. R., & Richards, T.N. (2013). An exploratory investigation of adolescent intimate partner violence among minority youth: A gendered analysis. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 28(17), Jennings, W.G., Richards, T. N., Tomisch, E., Gover, A. R., & Powers, R. (2013). A critical examination of the causal link between child abuse and adult dating violence perpetration and victimization from a propensity-score matching approach. Women and Criminal Justice, 23(3), Richards, T. N., & Branch, K. (2013). An examination of social support as a "buffer" between dating violence victimization and negative outcomes among female adolescents. Women and Criminal Justice, 23(3), Listed in the National Clearinghouse on Families & Youth s Research Roundup: Friends and Caregivers Help Young People Avoid, Recover From Violence (February, 2014) Gillespie, L.K., Richards, T. N., Givens, E., & Smith, M. D. (2013). Framing intimate partner victimization: Why the media s spin matters in newspaper coverage of femicide. Violence Against Women, 19(2), Richards, T. N., Jennings, W.G., Tomsich, E., & Gover, A. R. (2012). A longitudinal examination of offending and specialization among a sample of Massachusetts domestic violence offenders. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 28(3), Richards, T. N., & Branch, K. A. (2012). The relationship between social support and adolescent dating violence: A comparison across genders. Journal ofinterpersonal Violence, 27(8), Richards, T. N., Kirkland, L., & Smith, M. D. (2011). Exploring news coverage of femicide: Does reporting the news add insult to injury? Feminist Criminology, 6(3), Updated June 2015

6 202. Branch, K., Hayes-Smith, B., & Richards, T. N. (2011). Professors experiences with student disclosures of sexual assault and intimate partner violence: How helping students can inform teaching practices. Feminist Criminology, 6(1), Hayes-Smith, B., Richards, T. N., & Branch, K. (2010). But I am not a counselor: The nature of role strain experienced by female professors when a student discloses sexual assault and intimate partner violence. Enhancing Learning in the Social Sciences, 2(3): SSN: X. Submitted Manuscripts Tudor, A., Richards, T.N., & Gover, A.R. (Submitted 5/31/2015). An updated assessment of personal protective order statutes in the United States: Have statutes become more progressive in the past decade? Violence Against Women. Tomisch, E., Jennings, W.G., Park, M., Richards, T. N., Gover, A. R., & Powers, R. (Revised and Resubmitted, 4/30/2015). Using a causal inference approach to examine the relationship between physical maltreatment in childhood and dating violence in adulthood. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. Richards, T.N., Tomsich, E., Gover, A. R., & Jennings, W.J. (Submitted, 4/15/15). The cycle of violence revisited: Distinguishing intimate partner violence offenders only, victims only, and victim-offenders. Violence and Victims. Richards, T.N., Bjerrgaard, B., Cochran, J., Smith, M.D., &, Fogel, S. (Revise and Resubmit in Progress, Received 3/24/2015). Predictors of death sentencing for minority, equal, and majority female juries in capital murder trials. Women &Criminal Justice. Research Briefs Gover, A. R., Richards, T.N., & Tomsich, E. (2015). Colorado s innovative response to domestic violence offender treatment: Current achievements and recommendations for the future. Denver, CO: Buechner Institute for Governance, Criminology and Criminal Justice Research Initiative, University of Colorado Denver. Approved by the Colorado Domestic Violence Offender Management Board. Hills, H., Richards, T.N., & Jentz, S. (2014). Models of care for pain management in persons with or at-risk for opioid dependence. Tampa, FL: Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute. University of South Florida. Approved by the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration under Contract MED134. Holcomb, J., Clodfelter, T., Marcum, C., & Richards, T.N. (2013). Assessing STARR skill competency in the Middle District of North Carolina: A summary of preliminary results. Approved by the Office of Probation and Pretrial Service, Middle District. Wilmington, N.C. 6 Updated June 2015

7 Hills, H., Richards, T.N., & Dion, C. (2012). Assessing patterns of care for persons in medication assisted treatment who have a co-occurring mental health disorder. Tampa, FL: Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute. University of South Florida. Approved by the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration under Contract MED134. Hills, H., Richards, T.N., & Dion, C. (2012). Assessing satisfaction in opioid treatment programs in Florida. Tampa, FL: Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute. University of South Florida. Approved by the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration under Contract MED134. Hills, H.A., & Richards, T.N. (2012). Key informant survey of the adoption of innovation: Focus on the use of buprenorphine-containing medications in opioid treatment programs in Florida. Tampa, FL: Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute. University of South Florida. Approved by the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration under Contract MED134. Hills, H. A., & Richards, T. N. (2011). Issues and impacts related to participation in opiate treatment programs in Florida. Tampa, FL: Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute. University of South Florida. Approved by the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration under Contract MED134. Hills, H. A., Richards, T. N., & Peters, R. (2010). Examining Florida s Medicaid methadone maintenance programs. Tampa, FL: Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute. University of South Florida. Approved by the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration under Contract MED134. Books Richards, T.N., & Marcum, C (Eds.). (2014). Sexual victimization: Then and now. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Book Chapters Gover, A.R., Richards, T.N., & Patterson, M. (forthcoming). Explaining violence against women. In C. M. Renzetti, J.L. Edelson, and R. K. Bergen (Eds.), Sourcebook on violence against women (3 rd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Gover, A.R., Tomsich, L., & Richards, T.N. (2014). Victimization and help seeking among survivors of intimate partner violence. In M. Tonry (Eds.), Oxford handbooks online in criminology and criminal justice. New York, NY: Oxford University Press. Branch, K.A., & Richards, T.N. (2014). Research on teaching sensitive topics: What we ve learned and where we go from here.in K. Luther, R. Hayes, & S. Caringella (Eds.), Teaching criminology at the intersection: A how-to guide for teaching about gender, race, and class. New York, NY: Routledge. 7 Updated June 2015

8 Richards, T.N., & *Restivo, L. (2014). Sexual victimization among intimates, In T.N. Richards and C. Marcum (Eds.), Sexual victimization: Then and now. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Other Academic Publications Richards, T.N., & Tomsich, E. (2015, March/April). Being prepared for student sexual assault disclosures. The Criminologist. Richards, T.N. (forthcoming) Book Review: Policing and prosecuting sexual assault: Inside the criminal justice system. Journal of Criminal Justice Education. Richards, T. N. (forthcoming). Victim advocates. In W. Jennings (Ed.), The encyclopedia of crime and punishment. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell. *Restivo, L., & Richards, T. N. (forthcoming). Child abuse. In W. Jennings (Ed.), The encyclopedia of crime and punishment. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell. *Restivo, L. & Richards, T. N. (forthcoming). Gender and crime. In W. Jennings (Ed.), The encyclopedia of crime and punishment. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell. Marcum, C., & Richards, TN. (2013). Point/counter-point theory scripts. For F. Schmallenger (Ed.), Criminal justice today. Columbus, OH: Pearson. Branch, K.A., & Richards, T.N. (2012). Book Review: Violence against women: Myths, facts, & controversies. Canadian Review of Sociology, 49(2), Richards, T. N. (2009). The rule of thumb and the unofficial acceptance of domestic violence. In J.Wilson (Ed.), The Praeger handbook of victimology. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger. Interviews and Podcasts Baker, K. (2015, June 10). Domestic violence on campus is the next big college controversy. BuzzFeedNews. Available at Kline, E. (2014, December 5). Rape at Hopkins frat party raises questions about campus sexual assault policies. WYPR. Available at Kruse, M., & Carlton, S. (2014, September 9). Experts not surprised as Janay Rice defends Ray Rice. Tampa Bay Times. Available athttp://www.tampabay.com/news/publicsafety/crime/rices-wife-defends-the-manwho-beat-her-and-experts-arent-surprised/ Updated June 2015

9 Women and Criminal Justice audio clip series (2013, July 11). An examination of social support as a "buffer" between dating violence victimization and negative outcomes among female adolescents. Available at -wwcj3.mp3. PRESENTATIONS Invited Presentations Richards, T.N., & *Kafonek, K. (November, 2015). Findings from the Campus Sexual Assault Policy Project (CSAPP). Accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the 71 st American Society of Criminology, Washington, DC. Richards, T.N. (June, 2015). The (Potential) Role of Domestic Violence Experts in Successfully Prosecuting Domestic Violence Crimes in Maryland. Presented at the annual meeting of the Maryland States Attorneys Association, Ocean City, MD. Gover, A. R., & Richards, T.N. (February, 2015). Colorado s Innovative Response to Domestic Violence Offender Treatment: Current Achievements and Recommendations for the Future. Presented at the Buechner Institute for Governance, Criminology and Criminal Justice Research Initiative, University of Colorado Denver, Denver, CO. Richards, T.N. (February, 2015). Preliminary Findings from the Campus Sexual Assault Policy Project (CSAPP). Presented at the Students Supporting the Women s Law Center of Maryland Discussion on Campus Sexual Assault and Title IX, University of Baltimore Law School, Baltimore, MD. Richards, T.N., & Fleury-Steiner, R. (May, 2014). Faculty Training Needs: How to help Students Who Experience Rape or Sexual Assault Victimization. Presented at the University of Delaware s meeting on Innovative Partnerships to Reduce Gender-Based Violence on Delaware Campuses, University of Delaware, Newark, DE. Conference Presentations (past 5 years) Johnson, M., Richards, T.N., & *Kafonek, K. (November, 2015). Opportunities and challenges for victim advocates in domestic violence offender treatment in Colorado. Accepted for presentation at the 71 st annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Washington, DC. Gover, A., & Richards, T.N. (November, 2015). Examining the impact of the Lethality Assessment Program (LAP) on victim service utilization and empowerment. Accepted for presentation at the 71 st annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Washington, DC. Hills, H., & Richards, T.N. (March, 2015). Emerging pathways for the diagnosis and treatment of persons with opioid dependence and pain. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Association for the treatment of Opioid Dependence, Atlanta, GA. 9 Updated June 2015

10 Tomsich, E., Park, M., Richards, T.N., Jennings, W.G., Gover, A.R., & Powers, R. (November 2014). On the relationship between child abuse and adult dating violence perpetration and victimization from a causal inference approach with a South Korean sample of college students. Presented atthe 70 th annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, CA. Gover, A.R., Richards, T.N., Davis, C., & Hanson, J. (November 2014). An examination of an empirically based risk assessment for batter intervention treatment assignment in Colorado.Presented atthe 70 th annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, CA. Richards, T.N., Holcomb, J., Clodfelter, T., & Marcum, C. (November, 2014). Offender outcomes and STARR training in the federal probation service: A 12-month follow-up. Presented atthe 70 th annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, CA. Richards, T.N. (October, 2014). A comparative examination of heath care service use and cost among opioid dependent Medicaid-funded clients who are and are not engaged in opioid treatment program care.presented at the annual meeting of the Addictions Health Services Research (AHSR) Conference, Boston, MA. Jennings, W.G. Park, M., Richards, T.N., Tomsich, E., Gover, A.R., & Powers, R. (September, 2014).Examining the cycle of violence in South Korea: A propensity score matching approach. Poster presented atthe annual meeting of the Southern Criminal Justice Association, Clearwater Beach, FL. Tomsich, E., Jennings, W.J., Richards, T.N., Gover, A., &Powers, R. (February, 2014). A critical examination of the causal link between child abuse and adult dating violence perpetration and victimization from a propensity-score matching approach. Presented at the 51 st annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Philadelphia, PA. Tomsich, E., Richards, T.N., Jennings, W.J., &Gover, A., (February, 2014). An examination of survival time and predictors of recidivism among a cohort of domestic violence offenders. Presented at the 51 st annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Philadelphia, PA. Richards, T.N., Gillespie, L.K., Holcomb, J., & Williams, M. (February, 2014). Exploring the role of perpetrator suicide in the White female victim effect. Poster presented at the 51 st annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Philadelphia, PA. *Restivo, L., Richards, T.N., Branch, K.A, & Fleury-Steiner, R. (February, 2014). Faculty perceptions and utilization of the Clery Act during student disclosures of rape and sexual assault victimization. Presented at the 51 st annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Philadelphia, PA. 10 Updated June 2015

11 Bjerregaard, B., Richards, T.N., Smith, M.D., & Fogel, S. (November, 2013). The influence of gender diversity on capital juries. Poster presented at the 69 th annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA. Holcomb, J., Clodfelter, T., Richards, T.N., & Marcum, C. (November, 2013). Utilization of cognitive-skill building training to improve probation officer-client interaction. Presented at the 69 th annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA. Gillespie, L.K., Givens, E., & Richards, T.N. (November, 2013). Exploring news coverage of femicide across the rural-urban divide. Presented at the 69 th annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA. Branch, K.A., & Richards, T.N. (November, 2013). An exploratory examination of college student perceptions regarding post-crime victimization help-seeking behavior. Presented at the 69 th annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA. Hills, H.A., & Richards, T.N., Fields, J. (October, 2013). Using buprenorphine in public treatment settings: Opportunities and challenges. Presented at the Addictions Health Services Research (AHSR) Conference, Portland, OR. Hills, H.A., & Richards, T.N. (May, 2013). Examining pain in opioid dependence. Presented at the Global Addiction and Europad Joint Conference, Pisa, Italy. Richards, T. N., &Branch, K. (March, 2013). Examining social support as a moderator between dating violence victimization and risky behavior. Presented at the 50 th annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, San Diego, CA. Givens, E., Gillespie, L. K., & Richards, T. N.(November, 2012). Reporting femicide-suicide in the news: The implementation of suicide reporting guidelines and recommendations for the future. Presented at the 50 th annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, San Diego, CA. Gillespie, L. K., Givens, E., & Richards, T. N. (November, 2012). Examining the influence of race on the presentation of femicide in the news: Does perpetrator race, victim race or racial dyad matter?presented at the 50 th annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, San Diego, CA. Hills, H.A., & Richards, T.N. (August, 2012). Addressing issues of pain in adults in substance abuse treatment. Presented at the annual meeting of the Florida Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association, Orlando, FL. *Ray, K., Richards, T.N., & Branch, K.A. (April, 2012). Examining parental and peer social support as a moderator between dating violence victimization and delinquency and/or substance abuse among female adolescents. Presented at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Research Day, Chattanooga, TN. 11 Updated June 2015

12 Hills, H.A., Richards, T. N., & Benson, A. (April, 2012). Delivering successful MAT services to persons with chronic pain. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Association for the treatment of Opioid Dependence, Las Vegas, NV. Hills, H.A., Richards, T.N., & Fields, J. (April, 2012). Reducing ER costs and improving access to primary care in a MAT population. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Association for the treatment of Opioid Dependence, Las Vegas, NV. Hills, H.A., Richards, T. N., & Millfield, S. (April, 2012). Successfully integrating care for persons with co-occurring disorders. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Association for the treatment of Opioid Dependence, Las Vegas, NV. Richards, T. N., &Branch, K. (November, 2011). Examining social support as a moderator between dating violence victimization and risky behaviors among female adolescents. Accepted for presentation at the 68 th annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Washington, DC. Gillespie, L. K., Richards, T. N., & Smith, M. D. (November, 2011). Framing femicide-suicide: The media s portrayal of female intimate partner homicide victims and male perpetrated homicidesuicides. Presented at the 68 th annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Washington, DC. Givens, E., Gillespie, L. K., & Richards, T. N. (November, 2011). Racial differences in newspaper coverage of femicide: Representations of victims and perpetrators.presented at the 48 th annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Toronto, Canada. Richards, T. N., Branch, K., & Hayes-Smith, R. (February, 2011). Ripple effects: Prevalence of student disclosures of violence on a Mid-Western college campus. Presented at the 48 th annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Toronto, Canada. Givens, E., Gillespie, L. K., Richards, T. N., & Smith, M. D. (November, 2010). A comparative frame analysis of femicide in news coverage. Presented at the 67 th annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, CA. Richards, T. N., & Branch, K. (November, 2010). The role of social support in the perpetration and victimization of teen dating violence.presented at the 67 th annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, CA. Branch, K., Richards, T. N., & Hayes-Smith, R. (November, 2010). Of course she ll understand : Role strain experienced by female professors when students disclose sexual violence. Presented at the 67 th annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, CA. Richards, T. R., Boothroyd, R., & Armstrong, M. (June, 2010). The role of protective factors in preventing criminality in economically disadvantaged adolescent girls Presented at the Pathways to Resilience II: The Social Ecology of Resilience Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia. 12 Updated June 2015

13 Hayes-Smith, R., Branch, K., & Richards, T. N. (February, 2010). But I am not a counselor: The nature of role strain experienced by female professors when a student discloses sexual assault and intimate partner violence. Presented at the 47 th annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, San Diego, CA. Richards, T. N., Gillespie, L. K., & Smith, M. D. (February, 2010). Exploring news coverage of femicide: Does reporting the news add insult to injury? Presented at the 47 th annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, San Diego, CA. COURSES TAUGHT Assistant Professor, School of Criminal Justice, University of Baltimore (2013-Present): 301 The Contemporary Criminal Justice System (undergraduate, web-based) 302 Research Methods (undergraduate) 306 Theories of Criminal Behavior (undergraduate, live and web-based) 454 Domestic Violence (undergraduate) 464 Special Topics: Mental Health, Substance Abuse, and the Criminal Justice System (undergraduate) 602 Research Methods (graduate) 603 Statistics for Criminology and Criminal Justice (graduate) 703 Special Topics: Mental Health, Substance Abuse, and the Criminal Justice System (graduate) 464/703 Special Topics: Comparative Criminal Justice Systems and Human Rights (in England, Denmark, and Belgium) (undergraduate and graduate) Assistant Professor, Department of Government Justice Studies, Appalachian State University ( ): 3400 Theories of Crime and Justice (undergraduate, live and web-based) 3250 Juvenile Justice (undergraduate) 3001 Writing in Criminal Justice (undergraduate) 1100 Introduction to Criminal Justice (undergraduate) Adjunct Instructor, Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice, University of Tampa ( ): 100 Research and Writing in Criminal Justice (undergraduate) 423 Women and Crime (undergraduate) 1100 Introduction to Criminal Justice (undergraduate) SERVICE ACTIVITIES Professional Service 2015-Present Grant Reviewer, National Science Foundation 2014-Present Board Member, Women and Criminal Justice Editorial Board 2014-Present Board Member, American Journal of Criminal Justice Editorial Board 2014-Present Board Member, Journal of Criminal Justice Education Editorial Board 2014 Co-Editor, American Journal of Criminal Justice: Contemporary Issues and Controversies in Capital Punishment Volume 39, Issue 4, 13 Updated June 2015

14 December, Committee Chair, American Society of Criminology Division on Women and Crime External Awards Committee Executive Counselor, American Society of Criminology Division on Women and Crime Executive Board Committee Member, American Society of Criminology Division on Women and Crime Student Paper Competition Committee Committee Member, American Society of Criminology Student Affairs Committee Committee Member, American Society of Criminology Division on Women and Crime Outreach Committee 2008-Present Associate Editor for Member News, American Society of Criminology Division on Women and Crime Newsletter Journal Reviewer Journal of Quantitative Criminology Journal of Interpersonal Violence American Journal of Criminal Justice Feminist Media Studies Violence Against Women Asian Journal of Criminal Justice Journal of Research on Adolescence Homicide Studies Aggressive Behavior Journal of Criminal Justice Journal of Crime and Justice Psychopathology and Development Criminal Justice Review Journal of Criminal Justice Education Violence and Victims University Service University of Baltimore (UB) 2015-Present Title IX Leadership Committee 2015-Present Be the Change (BTC) Advisory Council Climate Change Committee UB College of Public Affairs Faculty Senate Secretary E-Learning Committee UB School of Criminal Justice Service Faculty Search Committee MSCJ Comprehensive Exam Committee MSCJ Comprehensive Exam Committee BSCJ Program Assessment Committee ASU Department of Government and Justice Studies Service Criminal Justice Program Committee Secretary USF Department of Criminology Service Graduate Student Mentor Criminology Graduate Student Organization Vice President 14 Updated June 2015

15 Student Service Thesis Chairperson 2015-Present Katherine Kafonek (MSCJ). School of Criminal Justice, University of Baltimore.An Examination of the Role of Electronic Monitoring and Stalking among Adults who have Experienced Intimate Partner Violence. Thesis Committee Member 2014-Present Rachel Kesselman (MSCJ). School of Criminal Justice, University of Baltimore. Does Childhood Victimization Affect Offending Behavior? Alison Tudor (MPA). School of Public Affairs, University of Colorado Denver. Reexamining Protective Order Statutes in the United States: The Applicability of "Victim Friendliness" and "Victim Empowerment." Community Service 2015-Present Research Consultant, Maryland Governor s Family Violence Council, Abuser Intervention Programming Audit and Certification Workgroup 2015 Research Consultant, Testimony in support of HB571 Institutions of Higher Education Sexual Assault Policy and Survey to the Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs Committee, Maryland Senate (April 1, 2015) -- to the Appropriations Committee, Maryland House of Delegates (March 11, 2015) 2014-Present Board Member, Maryland Partnership Against Child Sexual Abuse Mentor, The Ophelia Project and Boy s Initiative with the Spring of Tampa Bay, Tampa, FL ACADEMIC AWARDS AND HONORS 2015 Distinguished Scholarship Award, College of Public Affairs, University of Baltimore 2015 Featured Alumni, Department of Criminology Newsletter, University of South Florida 2014 New Scholar Award, American Society of Criminology Division on Women and Crime 2014 Violence Against Women Paper of the Year Finalist, for Framing intimate partner victimization: Why the media s spin matters in newspaper coverage of femicide Volume 19, Issue 2, pages Outstanding Criminology Ambassador Alumni Award, Department of Criminology, University of South Florida 2011 Graduate Scholar Award, American Society of Criminology Division on Women and Crime Graduate Research Assistantship, Department of Mental Health Law and Policy, Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute, University of South Florida Graduate Assistantship, Department of Criminology, University of 15 Updated June 2015

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