1 CURRICULUM VITAE Kim Schnurbush, Ph.D Emilia Lane Naples, FL EDUCATION Ph.D. May 2012 Criminal Justice. Sam Houston State University. Dissertation: Wrongful Convictions: A conceptual framework for understanding police and prosecutor misconduct M.S. May 2002 Criminal Justice. Fitchburg State College. Thesis: Insanity Defense Throughout History and the Addition of the GMBI Verdict to the NGRI Verdict in New Hampshire B.A. May 1992 English; sociology and criminology minors. University of New Hampshire. Fields of Interest: wrongful convictions, policing, corrections, violence, abnormal behavior TEACHING EXPERIENCE 09/11 present 08/13 present Assistant Professor. Hodges University. Department of Criminal Justice. Naples, Florida. Adjunct Faculty. Angelo State University. Department of Security Studies. San Angelo, Texas. 09/08 08/11 Instructor. University of Tampa, Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Tampa, Florida. 08/07 05/08 Adjunct Faculty. University of Houston, College of Arts and Sciences, Sugarland, Texas. 06/07 07/07 Graduate Teaching Fellow. Sam Houston State University, College of Criminal Justice, Huntsville, Texas. 01/02 12/04 Adjunct Faculty. Franklin Pierce College, Concord, New Hampshire.
2 2 PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS Investigator V. Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Huntsville, Texas Project Coordinator. Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas Adult Protective Service Worker III/Investigator. State of New Hampshire, Concord, New Hampshire Police Officer. State of New Hampshire, Concord, New Hampshire Police Dispatcher. State of New Hampshire, Concord, New Hampshire. AWARDS 2002 Top graduating M.S. criminal justice student. Fitchburg State College, overall GPA 4.0. PUBLICATIONS 2008 Texas Law Enforcement Management and Administrative Statistics Program (TELEMASP), DNA in Policing, September/October PUBLICATIONS IN PROCESS/REVISION Present Present Present. Schnurbush, K., & Cuvelier, S. Police and Prosecutor Misconduct: Application of Act and Rule Utilitarianism to Understand Wrongful Convictions. Schnurbush, K. & Cuvelier, S. Innocent Until Proven Guilty? The reality of social pressure to convict in the United States. Johnson, A. & Schnurbush, K. Toward Understanding Police Organizational Failure through a Framework of Decoupling, Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice (Revise and Resubmit) BOOK REVIEWS 2012 Lutze, F. E. (2013). The Professional Lives of Community Corrections Officers: The Invisible Side of Reentry. Sage Publications: Thousand Oakes, CA 2006 Willett, J. & Rozelle, R. (2004). Warden. Bright Sky Press: Albany, TX.
3 3 PRESENTATIONS AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS 2013 Schnurbush, K. & Cuvelier, S. (November--scheduled) Are Things Really What They Seem to Be? Down the rabbit Hole of Wrongful Convictions, Paper presented at the American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia Schnurbush, K. (November). Government Misconduct in Wrongful Convictions. Chair and Presenter of a Wrongful Convictions Panel at American Society of Criminology in Washington, D.C McConnell, S., & Schnurbush, K. (October). Human Rights Violations at Guantanamo. Paper presented at the Southern Criminal Justice Association regional conference in Clearwater, Florida Biron, S., Chaundet, J., & Schnurbush, K. (October). Human Trafficking: It s closer than you think. Paper presented at the Southern Criminal Justice Association regional conference in Clearwater, Florida Schnurbush, K. (September). Blog to Learn: Enhancing academic discourse in university criminal justice courses through blogging. Paper presented at the Southern Criminal Justice Association regional conference in Clearwater, Florida Schnurbush, K. (March). Are we failing to provide adequate mental health services to inmates? Paper presented at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences national annual conference in Seattle, Washington. GRANTS RECEIVED 2008 Principle Investigator for grant entitled, Utilizing Internet Blogging as a Means of Enhancing and Maintaining Traditional Class Time. University of Tampa, Tampa, Florida. Award $1,500. UNIVERSITY AND DEPARTMENTAL SERVICES 2012-present Chair, Criminal Justice Curriculum Committee, Hodges University 2011-present Faculty Advisor to Alpha Phi Sigma, National Criminal Justice Honor Society, Hodges University
4 present Faculty Representative, Department of Criminal Justice, Hodges University (Open Houses, High School visits and Student Orientation) Member of Academic Integrity Committee, University of Tampa Faculty Advisor to Alpha Phi Sigma, University of Tampa Member of Academic Appeals Committee, University of Tampa. TEACHING Courses Taught Introduction to Criminal Justice Deviance and Social Control Criminology Social Deviance Administration of Criminal Justice Ethics of Social Control Law Enforcement & Society Social Ethics Investigative Techniques Victimology Survey of Forensic Science Drug Use and Abuse Analysis of Evidence Comparative CJ Systems Family Law Violence in America Crime and Punishment Abnormal Behavior and Criminality Crime and Delinquency Violent Offenders Law and Society Special Topics: Serial Killers Constitutional Law Hate Crimes Criminal Justice Management Gangs and Cults Introduction to Corrections Gang Culture and Crime Corrections Management Current Controversies in CJ Institutional Corrections Introduction to Homeland Security Community-Based Corrections Terrorism Research Methods Strategic Intelligence Wrongful Convictions and the Death Penalty Senior Criminal Justice Seminar Stress Management & Behavior (Graduate) Special Populations in the American Criminal Justice System (Graduate) Travel Courses 2011 Lead Faculty Comparative CJ Systems: US, Czech Republic, Germany, and Poland 2010 Faculty Assistant Comparative CJ Systems: US and Czech Republic
5 5 Teaching with Technology Blackboard Certified: Teaching with Blackboard (2011) Proficient with both online and blended/hybrid courses MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS 2010 present 1999 present Southern Criminal Justice Association Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences American Society of Criminology American Correctional Association PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting 2009 American Correctional Association Annual Meeting Technology Tester, Pearson/Pren-Hall Publications 2007 Southwest Regional Criminal Justice Association Annual Meeting CONTINUING EDUCATION 2011 Certification Teaching with Blackboard, Hodges University, Florida 2004 Certification in ell Online Instructor Training, Franklin Pierce College, New Hampshire
6 Police Standards and Training Council for New Hampshire: child abuse/neglect, computer crime, crime scene response, crisis management, HGN/VGN, mental health in policing, sexual assault, stress in law enforcement, and survival Spanish for law enforcement Certified Police Prosecutor. Police Standards and Training Council for New Hampshire PROFESSIONAL SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS 2010 Radio Show Guest Speaker on Women Behind the Wall, Topic: When College Students are Smarter than the Courts, Air Date: February 23, Presenter, University of Tampa Teaching Guild, Blogging in Higher Education 2010 Coordinator and Assistant for Guest Speaker Phillip Gans, Auschwitz Survivor. University of Tampa. Presentation archived at UT for future generations. REFERENCES Available upon request