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1 VITA Faith E. Lutze, Ph.D. Office Address Criminal Justice Program Washington State University P.O. Box Pullman, WA Telephone: (509) EDUCATION 1996 Ph.D. in Administration of Justice. The Pennsylvania State University Dissertation Title: Does Shock Incarceration Provide a Supportive Environment to Rehabilitation? A Study of the Impact of a Shock Incarceration Program on Inmate Adjustment and Attitudinal Change M.S. in Criminal Justice, University of Cincinnati Thesis Title: Inmates and Treatment: Con Game or Reality? 1986 B.A. in Criminal Justice (Minor in Sociology) Saginaw Valley State College, Michigan 1984 A.A.S. in Criminal Justice Technology Charles Stewart Mott Community College, Michigan CURRENT EMPLOYMENT 2001 Associate Professor, Political Science Department/Criminal Justice Program, Washington State University, Pullman, WA Affiliate Faculty, Women Studies Department, Washington State University, Pullman, WA 1999 Graduate Faculty, American Studies Program, Washington State University, Pullman, WA

2 PUBLICATIONS Journal Articles 2007 Lutze, F. and van Wormer, J. The Nexus Between Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program Integrity and Drug Court Effectiveness: Policy Recommendation for Pursuing Success. Criminal Justice Policy Review, 18(3), Lutze, F. Boot camp prisons and corrections policy: Moving from militarism to an ethic of care. Criminology and Public Policy, 5(2), Lutze, F. and Bell, C. Boot camp prisons as masculine organizations: Rethinking recidivism and program design. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 40(3/4): Reprinted in B. Benda & N. Pallone (Eds.), (2005) Rehabilitation Issues, Problems, and Prospects in Boot Camp. New York: The Haworth Press, Inc Lutze, F. and Symons, M. The evolution of domestic violence policy through masculine institutions: From discipline to protection to collaborative empowerment. Journal of Criminology and Public Policy, 2(2): Lutze, F., Conscience and Convenience in Boot Camp Prison: An Opportunity for Success. The Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice, 2(4): Lutze, F. The Influence of a Shock Incarceration Program on Inmate Adjustment and Attitudinal Change. Journal of Criminal Justice, 29(3): Lutze, F., P. Smith, and N. Lovrich. Premises For Attaining More Effective Offender Accountability Through Community Involvement: Washington State s New Approach. Corrections Management Quarterly, 4(4): Lutze, F. and D. Murphy. Ultra-masculine Prison Environments and Inmate Adjustment: It is Time to Move Beyond the Boys Will Be Boys Paradigm. Justice Quarterly, 16(4): Reprinted in C. Hemmens & M. Stohr (Eds.), (2003) The Inmate Prison Experience, Prentice Hall Lutze, F. Corrections Education: A Need to Expand the Dialog Through Practice and Research. Corrections Management Quarterly, 3(4), Lutze, F. and D. Brody. The Eighth Amendment and Boot Camp Prison: Mental Abuse as Cruel and Unusual Punishment. Crime & Delinquency, 45(2): Lutze, F. Are Shock Incarceration Programs More Rehabilitative than Traditional Prison? A Survey of Inmates. Justice Quarterly, 15(2):

3 PUBLICATIONS (continued) 1998 Marcus-Mendoza, S., J. Klein-Saffran and F. Lutze. A Feminist Examination of Boot Camp Prison Programs for Women. Women and Therapy, 21(1): Reprinted in P. Schram & B. Koons-Witt (Eds.). (2004) Gendered (in)justice: Theory and practice in feminist criminology, 2004, Long Grove, IL: Waveland Press, Inc. Reprinted in J. Harden & M. Hill (Eds.). Breaking the Rules: Women in Prison and Feminist Therapy. Binghamton, New York: Harrington Park Press Lutze, F. and O. Marenin. The Effectiveness of a Shock Incarceration Program and a Minimum Security Prison in Changing Attitudes Toward Drugs. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 13(2): Cullen, F., F. Lutze, B. Link and N. Wolfe. "The Correctional Orientation of Prison Guards: Do Officers Support Rehabilitation?" Federal Probation, March, Book Chapters and Invited Manuscripts 2007 Franklin, C. and Lutze, F. Home confinement and intensive supervision as unsafe havens: The unintended consequences for women. In R. Muraskin (Ed.), It s a Crime: Women and Justice (4 th edition). Prentice Hall Lutze, F. The acceptance of ultramasculine stereotypes and violence in the control of women inmates. In B. Zaitzow and J. Thomas (Eds.), Women in Prison: Gender and Social Control. Denver, CO: Lynne Reinner Lutze, F., Hugs, Treatment or Detention: What Works in Changing the Behavior of Juvenile Offenders. Continuing Legal Education Workbook. Seattle, WA: Washington State Bar Association 1992 Goodstein, L. and F. Lutze. "Rape and Criminal Justice System Responses." Pp in Imogene Moyer, The Changing Roles of Women in the Criminal Justice System: Offenders, Victims, and Professionals (2nd ed.) Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland Press, Inc. Book Reviews 1994 Lutze, F. "Book Review: Women After Prison." International Criminal Justice Review, 4,

4 RESEARCH REPORTS 1999 Lutze, F. Latah County Violence Toward Women Task Force Survey Results: Final Report. A research report prepared for the Latah County Violence Toward Women Task Force for the purposes of developing an interagency sexual assault protocol (67 pages) Lutze, F., P. Smith, and N. Lovrich. Final Report A Practitioner-Initiated Research Partnership: An Evaluation of Neighborhood Based Supervision in Spokane, Washington (78 pages). National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC (Grant #: 1999-CE-VX-0007) Lutze, F., and K. Mason. Preliminary report of Juvenile Drug Court Process and Outcome Evaluation: Benton and Franklin County. Washington State University: Unpublished report Lutze, F., and K. Mason. Final report of the Juvenile Drug Court Process and Outcome Evaluation: Benton and Franklin County. Washington State University: Unpublished report. MANUSCRIPTS UNDER REVIEW Murphy, D. and Lutze, F. Police-Probation Partnerships: Professional Identity and the Sharing of Coercive Power. Revise and resubmit at the Journal of Criminal Justice. Lutze, F. and Cottam, M. False Civility and Passive Peace: Exploring the Relationship Between Family and Intra-Communal Violence. Under review at Violence Against Women. Lutze, F. and Mason, K. Risk and Recidivism in Juvenile Drug Court: A Process and Outcome Evaluation. Under review at Crime & Delinquency. Cottam, M., Husby, J., and Lutze, F. Slow Genocide: The Dynamics of Violence and Oppression in Refugee Camps and American Ghettos. Under review at Journal of Peace Research. MANUSCRIPTS IN PROGRESS Lutze, F. and Lucas, S. The Benevolent State and Juvenile Drug Courts: Process Accountability as a Check on Discretion and Disparity. van Wormer, J. and Lutze, F. Controlling for Drift in the Drug Court Model: Application of the 4

5 Product Lifecycle Management Concept. van Wormer, J. and Lutze, F. Hypermasculinity within the Drug Court Model: Treatment and Program Implications. Drapela, L. and Lutze, F. The Other Side of Prisoner Re-entry: A Study of Community Corrections Officers in the State of Washington. Lutze, F. Influencing the Contextual Experiences of Offenders Being Supervised in the Community. Cottam, M., Lutze, F., and Husby, J. Book Prospectus: The Dynamics of Violence and Oppression: From Family to State Genocide. RESEARCH REPORTS IN PROGRESS Lutze, F. Final Report of the Adult Drug Court Process and Outcome Evaluation: Benton and Franklin County. Lutze, F. Preliminary Report of the Family Treatment Drug Court Process and Outcome Evaluation: Benton and Franklin County. CURRENT RESEARCH Juvenile, Adult, and Family Treatment Drug Courts. Gender and Justice in the correction of offenders. Inter-communal Violence Prevention. Militarism and Masculinity GRANTS AND AWARDS Proposals Under Review: Bouffard, J. and Lutze, F. A Multi-site Process and Outcome Evaluation of DUI/DWI Drug Courts: A Pilot Study. Submitted to the National Institute of Health (NIAAA), November 5, Total Grant: $819,015. Proposals Funded: Lutze, F. and Bouffard, J. An Evaluation of Re-entry Housing Pilot Project for High Risk Offenders. Submitted to Washington State Department of Community, Trade and Economic 5

6 Development, January Funded for $99,756 Family Dependency Treatment Court. A Process Evaluation of the Nexus Between Drug Courts and Treatment Providers in Benton and Franklin Counties. Preliminarily funded and waiting upon approval by the participating agencies. Principal Investigators: Lutze, F. and van Wormer, J. Funded for $8,000. Benton-Franklin County Family Drug Court Implementation Program (2005). Process and Outcome Evaluation. Funded for $25,000. Benton/Franklin County Detention Domestic Violence Project (2005). An outcome evaluation project, for $12,000. Lead Co-investigator Laurie Drapela. Benton-Franklin County Family Drug Court Pilot Evaluation. (2004). Funded for $5,000. Edward Meyer Fund. (2004) Pioneers of Justice: A Living History of Women Graduates from the Police Science Program at WSU, Funded for $2,500. Benton/Franklin County Adult Court: (2003/04) Adult Drug Court Process and Outcome Evaluation: Benton and Franklin County, with Karen Mason. Funded for $43,163. Benton/Franklin County Adult Drug Court Meth Grant. (2003) Funded for $3,000. Benton/Franklin County Juvenile Court: (2002/03) Juvenile Drug Court Process and Outcome Evaluation: Benton and Franklin County, with Karen Mason, for $45,973. Washington State University Research Initiation Grant, for $400 - November NIJ Grant: A Practitioner-Initiated Research Partnership: An Evaluation of Neighborhood Based Supervision in Spokane, Washington, with Peggy Smith and Nicholas Lovrich. Submitted June 30, Funded for $59, Latah County s Sexual Assault Task Force Inter-agency Coordination Needs Assessment, for $1,000 January Washington State University Integrating Diversity into the Curriculum Mini-Grant Award, for $1,000 - December Washington State University Research Initiation Grant, for $500 - November Federally Funded Research Workshop Participation: Benton-Franklin County Family Drug Court Implementation Team. (2004) Selected to 6

7 participate as the evaluator for the development and implementation of a family drug court. Participation funded by the Drug Court Planning Office, Washington, DC. All travel expenses paid. Benton-Franklin County Juvenile Drug Court Implementation Team. (2003) Selected to participate as the evaluator for the development and implementation of a juvenile drug court. Co-Investigators Karen Mason and Nicholas Lovrich. Participation funded by the Drug Court Planning Office, Washington, DC. All travel expenses paid. Western Regional Institute for Community Oriented Public Service. Selected to participate as a college representative for developing an educational presentation to prevent dating violence. Participation funded by WRICOPS, Kalispell, MT. All travel expenses paid. Corrections Partnership Concept Paper: Washington State Department of Corrections, Washington State Institute for Community Oriented Policing, and Washington State University. Co-authored with Dr. Peggy Smith, Washington State Department of Corrections. Submitted to NIJ January 3, Invited to NIJ Workshop, Washington DC, May All travel expenses paid. CONFERENCE PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS 2007 Lutze, F. False Civility and Passive Peace: Exploring the Relationship between Family Violence and Intra-Communal Violence. A paper presented at the International Association of Political Psychology, Portland, OR, Lutze, F., Mason, K. and van Wormer, J. Preliminary Findings of the Adult Drug Court Process and Outcome Evaluation: Benton and Franklin County. A paper presented at the annual meetings of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Seattle, WA, Lutze, F., and K. Mason. Final report of the Juvenile Drug Court Process and Outcome Evaluation: Benton and Franklin County. A paper presented at the annual meetings of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Seattle, WA, Lutze, F. Attended the Washington Summit, facilitated by the National Alliance for Model State Drug Laws, Tacoma, WA, Lutze, F. Connecting research through interdisciplinary work on masculinity. A presentation given at the annual meetings of GRACe, Portland, OR, Hembach, T., Lutze, F., and Pratt, T. Supervising Sex Offenders in the Community. A paper presented at the annual meetings of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Chicago, IL, Drapela, L., and Lutze F. Considering the Other Side of Prisoner Re-entry: An 7

8 In-depth Study of the Personal and Professional Attributes of Community Corrections Officers in Washington State. A paper presented at the annual meetings of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Chicago, IL, Franklin, C. and Lutze, F. Home confinement and intensive supervision as unsafe havens: The unintended consequences for women. A paper presented at the annual meetings of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Chicago, IL, Murphy, D., and F. Lutze. Power Imbalances in Police-Probation Partnerships: Analyzing a Potential Source of Mission Distortion. A paper presented at the annual meetings of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Chicago, IL, Lucas, S., and F. Lutze. The Benevolent State and Juvenile Drug Courts: Process Accountability as a Check on Discretion and Disparity. A paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Nashville, TN Bell, C., and F. Lutze. Boot Camp Prisons as Masculine Organizations: Rethinking Recidivism and Program Design. A poster presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Nashville, TN Lutze, F. Influencing the Contextual Experiences of Offenders Being Supervised in the Community. A paper presented at the Western and Pacific Association of Criminal Justice Educators in San Diego, CA Voht, M., F. Lutze, S. Jacobs, and K. Korth. Broken Waves: Factors Related to Domestic Violence in the United States Navy. A paper presented at the Western and Pacific Association of Criminal Justice Educators in Park City, UT Lutze, F. Stress, Fear, and Liability: A Study of Neighborhood-Based Supervision Officers in Spokane, Washington. A paper presented at the American Society of Criminology in Chicago, IL Lutze, F., and Peggy Smith. Inter-Agency Collaboration in Community Corrections: A Case Study of Neighborhood Based Supervision in Spokane, Washington. A paper presented at the annual meetings of the Western and Pacific Association of Criminal Justice Educators in Lake Tahoe, NV Lutze, F. An Evaluation of Neighborhood Based Supervision Community Corrections Officers in Spokane, Washington: A Work in Progress. A paper presented at the American Society of Criminology in Atlanta, Georgia Lutze, F. The Acceptance of Ultramasculine stereotypes and violence in the control of women inmates. A paper presented at the annual meetings of the Western and Pacific Association of Criminal Justice Educators in Vancouver, British Columbia. 8

9 2000 Murphy, D. and F. Lutze. The Relationship between Demographic Characteristics and Inmates Perceptions of Ultramasculine Prison Environments: An Exploratory Study. A paper presented at the annual meetings of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in New Orleans, Louisiana Lutze, F., N. Lovrich and O. Marenin. Victimization in the Workplace: An International Perspective. A paper presented at the annual meetings of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Orlando, Florida Lutze, F. and M. Erp. The Potential of the Co-Location of Community Oriented Policing and Community Corrections to Support Victims. A paper presented at the annual meetings of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Orlando, Florida Jackson, A. and F. Lutze. In-Your-Face Therapy : Inmate Experiences of Conflict in Boot Camp Prison. A paper presented at the annual meetings of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Orlando, Florida Lutze, F., P. Smith and N. Lovrich. Social Capital and the Inclusion of Community in the Development of Correctional Policy: Encouraging Rational Responses versus Reactive Legislation in Washington State. A paper presented at the Western Pacific Association of Criminal Justice Educators, Boise, Idaho Massoglia, M. and F. Lutze. Drug Offenders Adjustment to Shock Incarceration: The Harder the Drug the Harder the Time. A paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Washington, D.C Murphy, D., N. Rodriguez and F. Lutze. Sentencing Departures Under Sentencing Guidelines: Mitigating and Aggravating Factors for Females. A paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Washington, D.C Lutze, F. and D. Brody. A Legal Evaluation of Boot Camp Prison as Cruel and Unusual Punishment. A paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Albuquerque, New Mexico Murphy, D. and F. Lutze. Impact of an Ultra-masculine Environment on Inmate Adjustment. A paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology in San Diego, California Lutze, F. The Influence of Environment on Inmate Adjustment: Shock Incarceration Versus Traditional Prison. A paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Louisville, Kentucky Myrene, E. and F. Lutze. Inmate Perceptions of Coercion: A comparison Between a Shock Incarceration Program and a Minimum Security Traditional Prison. A paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in 9

10 Louisville, Kentucky Lutze, F. Does Shock Incarceration Differ From a Traditional Minimum Security Institution in the Rehabilitation of Offenders? A Comparison of Inmate Attitudinal Change and Institutional Environments. A paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in LasVegas, Nevada Lutze, F. Does Shock Incarceration Provide an Environment Supportive of Rehabilitation? A paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Boston, Massachusetts Lutze, F. and J. Klein-Saffran. Inmates Perspective: The Federal Intensive Confinement Center at Lewisburg. A paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Chicago, Illinois Lutze, F. and J. Klein-Saffran. "Preliminary Findings on Inmate Amenability and Attitudinal Change in a Shock Incarceration Program." A paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Kansas City, Missouri Lutze, F. "Conscience and Convenience in a Shock Incarceration Program." A paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology in New Orleans, Louisiana Lutze, F. "Women in Prison: Contemporary Issues." A paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Nashville, Tennessee Helfgott, J., F. Lutze, H. Chang and L. Goodstein. "Inmate Adjustment and Maladaptive Behavior: Comparisons Between the State Raised Youth, Career Criminals, and First Time Imprisonments. A paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology in Baltimore, Maryland Goodstein, L. and F. Lutze. "Not Just a Number: The Personal Characteristics of Inmates Participating in Prison Programs." A paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Denver, Colorado Lutze, F. and L. Goodstein. "Institutional and Personal Factors Influencing Prisoners' Motivation for and Choice of Correctional Programs." A paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Washington, D.C Lutze, F. "Inmates and Rehabilitation: Con Game or Reality." A paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in San Francisco, California Cullen, F., F. Lutze, B. Link and N. Wolfe "The Correctional Orientation of Prison Guards: Do Officers Support Rehabilitation?" A paper presented at the Annual Meeting 10

11 of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in St. Louis, Missouri. INVITED PRESENTATIONS 2005 Lutze, F. What Works in Corrections Treatment. An invited presentation for the annual conference of the U.S. Probation and Pretrial Services Office for the District of Idaho, Moscow, ID, Lutze, F. Ultra-masculine Prison Environments. An invited presentation for the GRACe series. Washington State University, Pullman, WA, January Lutze, F. Hugs, Treatment or Detention: What Works in Changing the Behavior of Juvenile Offenders. An invited presentation for the Continuing Legal Education Series, Non-Traditional Approaches to Problems Facing Our Youth, sponsored by the Washington State Bar Association, Seattle, WA, July 17, Lutze, F. Alternatives to Prison. An invited presentation for National Public Radio s Northwest Edition, (KUOW Tacoma), March 6, Lutze, F. Transition of Offenders to the Community. An invited presentation for National Public Radio s Morning Edition, Duty to Protect Series (KPLU Seattle), January 8, Lutze. F. Ultra-masculine Prison Environments: How Sex Role Stereotypes Influence Prison Behavior and Recidivism. An invited presentation for the American Studies Graduate Program Brown Bag Series, Washington State University, Pullman, WA, April 13, Lutze, F. An invited presentation for the panel discussion following the play Breaking Out, Washington State University, Pullman, Washington, October 16, Lutze, F. Violence Toward Women: Reality Turned into Myth. An invited presentation for the Week Without Violence, Washington State University, Pullman, Washington, October 12, Lutze, F. Gender, Crime and Justice: The Impact of Ultra-Masculine Prison Environments on Inmate Adjustment. An invited presentation for the Women Studies Faculty Research Forum, Washington State University, Pullman, Washington, March 5, Lutze, F. Future Trends in Criminal Justice. An invited presentation for the Kiwanis International Club, Pullman, Washington, June 12,

12 1995 Lutze, F. Crime and Punishment. An invited presentation for the Justice in Transition Lecture Series, Gonzaga Law School, September 21, TEACHING EXPERIENCE Associate Professor, Criminal Justice Program, Washington State University Dates: August 2001 to present Courses: Achieving Justice in a Multi-cultural Society; Violence Against Women; Criminal Justice Ethics; Corrections; Gender and Justice Assistant Professor, Criminal Justice Program, Washington State University Dates: August 1995 to 2001 Courses: Introduction to Criminal Justice; Violence Toward Women; Juvenile Justice; Institutional Corrections; Community Corrections; Women and Criminal Justice Lecturer, Continuing Education, The Pennsylvania State University Dates: September 1992 to December 1992 Course: Introduction to Women Studies, at the State Correctional Institute for Women - Muncy, PA Lecturer, Department of Sociology, The Pennsylvania State University. Dates: September 1990 to July 1991, September 1992 to December 1992 Courses: Criminology; Advanced Criminology. Lecturer, Women's Studies Program, The Pennsylvania State University. Dates: May 1991 to June 1991 Course: Issues In Rape Prevention. Lecturer, Administration of Justice, The Pennsylvania State University. Dates: January 1989 to May 1989; January 1991 to May 1991; August 1993 to December 1993 Courses: Minorities and The Criminal Justice System; Rape and Violence Toward Women; Women and Criminal Justice Graduate Research/Teaching Assistant, Women's Studies Program, The Pennsylvania State University. Director: Dr. Lynne Goodstein. Dates: September 1987 to May 1990 Teaching Assistant, Administration of Justice, The Pennsylvania State University. Dates: May 1989 to August 1989 Course: Administration of Justice Field Practicum TEACHING AWARDS 12

13 Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award (1995/96). Presented by Alpha Pi Sigma, Criminal Justice Honor Society, Washington State University. Faculty Appreciation Award for Excellence in Teaching (1997/98). Presented by the graduate students of Political Science and Criminal Justice at Washington State University. Certificate of Appreciation (2000 and 2002). Presented by the Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program for service as a McNair Faulty Mentor, Washington State University. SPECIAL RECOGNITION Outstanding Leadership and Service as Director (2005). Presented by the Political Science and Criminal Justice Program Faculty, Washington State University. Appreciation Award ACJS (2004). Presented by the Executive Board of ACJS for service as Region 5 Trustee. Appreciation Award ( ). West Midlands Police, by Detective Inspector Darren Brookes, Fulbright Scholar. RELATED EMPLOYMENT Research Analyst, Federal Bureau of Prisons, The Intensive Confinement Center, Lewisburg, Pennsylvania. Dates: May 1991 to August 1995 Graduate Research Assistant, Prison Classification Project (NIJ funded), University of Cincinnati. Director: Dr. Patricia Van Voorhis. Dates: September 1986 to August 1987 and May 1988 to August 1988 Security Officer, J.C. Penney Co., Burton, Michigan. Dates: June 1982 to September 1986 UNIVERSITY SERVICE University: Program Review Committee, History Sexual Assault Task Force, Fall 1997 to Washington State University Police Advisory Board, Fall 1997 to Washington State University Student Safety Survey Advisory Working Group on Intimate Partner Violence. Chaired by Tom Brigham, Executive Assistant 13

14 to the President. WSU Faculty Liaison for Veterans, Office of the President. College: Thomas S. Foley Institute of Public Policy, Advisory Board Member, Women Studies Advisory Board Committee, Fall 1996 to College Research Advisory Committee, College of Liberal Arts, Fall 1995 to Spring Department: Director, Criminal Justice Program, Fall 2001 to August DDP, Coordinator Fall 2000 to Diversity Committee, Political Science and Criminal Justice, Fall 1997 to present. Graduate Studies Committee, Fall , Search Committee, Criminal Justice Position, Vancouver, Fall Search Committee, Criminal Justice Program Position, Pullman, Search Committee Chair, Criminal Justice Position, Pullman, Search Committee, Criminal Justice Position, Vancouver, Fall Undergraduate Committee, Fall Spring Faculty Advisor, Alpha Phi Sigma, Fall 1996 to Search Committee, Criminal Justice Program, Spokane, Fall Chair s Advisory Committee, Fall 1996, Spring 2006, Spring Search Committee, Criminal Justice Program, Spring Search Committee, Criminal Justice Program, Spring ACJS Reception Coordinator, Seattle, WA, Spring SERVICE TO THE ACADEMY Editorships: Justice Quarterly, Associate Editor, January 2000 to 2002 Corrections Management Quarterly, Feature Editor, Teaching Corrections, May 1999 to Reviewer: Justice Quarterly Journal of Crime and Justice Oklahoma Criminal Justice Research Consortium Wadsworth Publishing Company Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program WSU McGraw-Hill Publishers Journal of Criminal Justice Education Criminology and Public Policy Sage Publications Women and Criminal Justice Social Problems PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS AND ACTIVITIES Memberships: Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (1987 to present) 14

15 American Society of Criminology (1987, 1990 to present) Western and Pacific Association of Criminal Justice Educators (1998 to present) Service: ACJS Executive Board: Region 5 Trustee, Chair, Publications Committee, ACJS Program Committee: Member, Local Events Committee, for the 2007 Seattle, WA conference. Ad Hoc Committee on Minimum Standards for Non-Traditional Learning and Distance Education in Criminal Justice, ACJS Victimization Papers, for the 1999 ACJS National Program. Corrections Section ACJS: Chair (elected position), Corrections Section, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, 1998 to Vice-Chair (elected position), Corrections Section, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, 1995 to * Chair, Communications Committee * Associate Editor, Corrections Now, section newsletter Minorities and Women Section ACJS: Member of the Minorities and Women Section of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, 1991 to present. Executive Counselor, Minorities and Women Section of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, 1992 to Conference Participant and Organizer, Subcommittee Member, Women and Minorities Section of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, July 1992, State College Pennsylvania. Alternate Steering Committee Member, Women and Minorities Section of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Program Service: Chairperson/Discussant of panel, Programing and Processing of Women Offenders in the Community, a Jail and a Boot Camp, at the 1998 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal 15

16 Justice Sciences, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Chairperson/Discussant of panel, Inmate Perceptions and Social Adjustment in Community Corrections Programs, at the 1997 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Louisville, Kentucky. Discussant of panel, Impact of Institutionalization on Female Inmates, at the 1993 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Kansas City, Missouri. Chairperson/Discussant of panel, Patterns in the Use of Incarceration, at the 1990 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Denver, Colorado. Chairperson of panel, Current Issues in the Victimization of Women, at the 1988 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, San Francisco, California. General Service to ACJS and ASC: Chairperson, Women and Prisons, American Society of Criminology, National Program Member, Steering Committee, Sentencing and Corrections, American Society of Criminology, Member, Student Affairs Committee for the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, 1993 to Member, Student Affairs Committee for the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, 1989 to Member of the Division on Women and Crime, American Society of Criminology, 1992 to * Subcommittee member, Women in Prison. EDUCATIONAL HONORS University of Cincinnati Dr. Robert Byron Mills Memorial Graduate Award for outstanding scholarship in criminal justice, Saginaw Valley State College Magna Cum Laude; National Criminal Justice Honor Society Member; Dean's List: Fall 1984 and 1985, Winter 1986; and President's List: Summer Charles Stewart Mott Community College - Honors for Criminal Justice Scholarship. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 2001 Women in Higher Education Roundtable, Mentoring and Leadership Exchange Program. 16

17 Sandra Haarsager, Associate Dean, College of Arts and Letters, University of Idaho. COMMUNITY SERVICE Anne Beckner Foundation, Inc. Secretary ABF raises money and provides equestrian related scholarships to children living in the Palouse Region of Idaho and Washington. Moscow Parks and Recreation Micro Soccer Program Coach Micor Soccer Programs organizes the community around youth soccer for the development of skill and sportsmanship. REFERENCES Dr. Otwin Marenin Professor of Criminal Justice Criminal Justice Program Washington State University Pullman, WA Telephone: (509) Fax: (509) Dr. Nicolas Lovrich Distinguished Professor of Political Science and Director of the Division of Governmental Studies and Services Department of Political Science/ Criminal Justice Program Washington State University Pullman, WA Telephone: (509) Fax: (509) Dr. Martha Cottam Professor of Political Science and Director, Institute for the Study of Intra- Communal Conflict Department of Political Science Washington State University Pullman, WA Telephone: (509) Fax: (509)

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