ACJS 2019 Annual Meeting Presentation Schedule

March 15, 2019

BY: Kendall Hunt

Don't miss our full schedule of Kendall Hunt author presentations at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences 2019 Annual Meeting March 26-30 in Baltimore, Maryland! 

 

Wednesday

010. Trauma Tools and Responses Training

Open Seminar

9am – 4:30pm

Third Floor: Grand Ballroom VI

Heather Pfeifer, University of Baltimore

 

036. Assessing Criminal Justice Education: Analysis of Survey Results from Graduating Seniors

Criminal Justice Education/Assessment

Roundtable

9:30 – 10:45am

Fourth Floor: Laurel B

Doshie Piper, University of the Incarnate Word

 

087. When Will Women Offenders Become Part of the ‘Me Too’ Movement?

Justice, Human Rights, and Activism/Gender and Justice

Roundtable

12:30 – 1:45pm

Fourth Floor: Kent C

Doshie Piper, University of the Incarnate Word

 

101. Predicting Failure Outcomes in Community Supervision

Paper Session

2 - 3:15pm

Third Floor: Grand Ballroom I

Why Counts Matter in Risk Assessment Tools

Matt DeLisi, Iowa State University

 

133. Teaching Resources in Criminal Justice

Criminal Justice Education/Teaching Pedagogy

Paper Session

3:30 – 4:45pm

Third Floor: Grand Ballroom VII

Teaching Non-Traditional and Traditional Students in a Mixed Classroom: Tips and Strategies for Success

Moneque S. Walker-Pickett, Saint Leo University

 

137. Unintended Consequences: An Examination of Limits and Restraint

Courts and Law/Constitutional and Legal Issues in Criminal Justice

3:30 – 4:45pm

Fourth Floor: Harborside E

Down the Slippery Slope: An Analysis of the Potential Unintended Consequences of Ocasio v. United States

Murder, Manslaughter, or Mere Mistake: A Legal Analysis of the Shooting of Jean Botham

Thomas A. Miller, Western Connecticut State University

 

Thursday

169. The Talk, Part II Discussions About Police/Citizen Encounters

Open Seminar

8 – 9:15am

Third Floor: Grand Ballroom IV

Doshie Piper, University of the Incarnate Word

Robert L. Bing, University of Texas at Arlington

 

194. Ethnography and Qualitative Methods

Research Methods

Paper Session

11am – 12:15pm

Fourth Floor: Essex C

Documenting Pirate Trials: Locating and Decoding the 1803 Trial Transcripts of Pirate Sam Mason

Carter F. Smith, Middle TN State University

 

199. Student Perceptions of a Race and Crime Class at a Rural Institution

Criminal Justice Education/Teaching Pedagogy

Roundtable

11am – 12:15pm

Third Floor: Grand Ballroom III

Carla Miller Coates, Saint Leo University

 

232. Sex Crimes on Campus

Criminal Behavior/Violent Crime/Sex Crime

Paper Session

12:30-1:45pm

Fourth Floor: Heron

Mandatory Reporting (MR) in the College Context: Logic, Variation, and Efficacy

Christina Mancini, Virginia Commonwealth University

 

235. ‘Separate and Unequal’: Racial and Gender Inequalities in Tenure Decisions

Criminal Justice Education/Administration and Leadership

Roundtable

12:30 – 1:45pm

Fourth Floor: Kent A

Robert L. Bing, University of Texas at Arlington

 

261. Engaging the Community Outside of the Criminal Justice Classroom

Criminal Justice Education/Teaching Pedagogy

Roundtable

3:30 – 4:45pm

Fourth Floor: Kent B

Gabriela Wasileski, University of Baltimore

 

Friday

308. Racial and Social Justice Issues in the Classroom

Criminal Justice Education/Teaching Pedagogy

11am – 12:15pm

Third Floor: Chasseur

Peacemaking Circles in the Classroom: The Good, Bad, and Ugly – A Decade of Experience Examined

J. Renee Trombley, Claflin University

 

323. Academics Perceptions of the Practice and Utility of School Marshal Programs: The Unintended Consequences vs. Benefits

Policing/Security and Crime Prevention

Roundtable

11am – 12:15pm

Fourth Floor: Iron

Eric Coleman, University of North Texas at Dallas

 

369. Meet the ACJS Editors

Open Seminar

3:30 – 4:45pm

Fourth Floor: Harborside D

Megan Kurlychek, University at Albany

 

374. Teaching Excellence in the Criminal Justice Classroom

Criminal Justice Education/Community Colleges

Roundtable

3:30 – 4:45pm

Fourth Floor: Kent A

Christopher J. Utecht, College of Lake County

 

386. ACJS Research and Pictorial Showcase

Research Showcase

7 – 8:30pm

Third Floor: Grand Ballroom VI

2-3 The Working Lives of Corrections Officers

Christopher J. Utecht, College of Lake County

 

Saturday

405. Organized Crime Session II

Criminal Behavior/Organized Crime

Paper Session

8 – 9:15am

Fourth Floor: Kent C

The Role of Maryland and the Eastern U.S. in the Development of Military–Trained Gang Members (MTGMs)

Carter F. Smith, Middle TN State University