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Professor and Kentucky Center for School Safety Fellow Department of Safety, Security, and Emergency Management Eastern Kentucky University 521 Lancaster Avenue Richmond, KY 40475 Office- 859-622-6681 Fax- 859-622-6650 email- david.may@eku.edu Home Page- http://www.corrections.eku.edu/May/David_May.htm EDUCATION Ph.D. Sociology, Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, MS, December 1997. Dissertation Title: “Deviant Adaptations to Fear of Crime among Adolescents." Sociology, Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, MS, December 1994. Thesis Title: "An Analysis of Reported Protective Gun Ownership among Mississippi Residents." Sociology and Criminal Justice, University of North Alabama, Florence, Alabama, 1992. AREAS OF RESEARCH AND TEACHING INTEREST Corrections REFEREED PUBLICATIONS Cooper, Kelly, David C. May, and Irina Soderstrom Examining Theoretical Predictors of Substance Use Among a Sample of Incarcerated Youth. Forthcoming in Journal of Offender Rehabilitation. May, David C., Nicole Rader, and Sarah Goodrum A Gendered Assessment of the ‘Threat of Victimization:’ Examining Gender Differences in Fear of Crime, Perceived Risk, Avoidance, and Defensive Behaviors. Forthcoming in Criminal Justice May, David C., Daniel Phillips, and Elissa Johnson Theoretical and Contextual Predictors of Perceptions of Criminal Justice Agents among Juvenile Offenders. Forthcoming in Professional Studies Review, fall edition. REFEREED PUBLICATIONS (cont.) Fisher, Bonnie, and David C. May College Students’ Crime Related Fears on Campus: Are Fear-Provoking Cues Gendered? Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 25(3), 300-321. May, David C., Peter Wood, and Amy Eades Lessons Learned from Punishment Exchange Rates: Implications for Research, Theory, and Correctional Policy. The Journal of Behavior Analysis of Offender and Victim - Treatment and Prevention,1(2), 187-201. Elrod, Preston, Irina Soderstrom, & David May Theoretical Predictors of Delinquency In and Out of School Among a Sample of Rural Public School Youth. Southern Rural Sociology, 23(2), 131-156. Lowe, Nathan, David C. May, & Preston Elrod 2008 of Delinquency among Public School Students in Kentucky: The Roles of Context and Gender. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, 6(4), 325-345. Moore, Nathan T., David C. May, and Peter Wood Offenders, Judges, and Officers Rate the Relative Severity of Alternative Sanctions Compared to Prison. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 46(3,4), 49-70. Offenders, Judges, and Officers Rate the Relative Severity of Alternative Sanctions Compared to Prison. pp. 44-65 in Probation and Parole: Current Issues (edited by Daniel Phillips). New York: Routledge. Williams, Alisha, David C. May, and Peter B. Wood. The Lesser of Two Evils? A Qualitative Study of Offenders’ Preferences for Prison Compared to Alternatives. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 46(3,4), 71-90. Reprinted in: The Lesser of Two Evils? A Qualitative Study of Offenders’ Preferences for Prison Compared to Alternatives pp. 66-84 in Probation and Parole: Current Issues (edited by Daniel Phillips). New York: Routledge. Dealing with Misbehavior at Schools in Kentucky: Theoretical and Contextual Predictors of Use of Corporal Punishment. Youth and Society, 39(3), 406-429. Roberts, Staci D., Pamela Wilcox, David C. May, and Richard Clayton My School or Our School? The Effects of Individual versus Shared School Experiences on Teacher Perceptions of Safety. Journal of School Violence, 6(4), 33-55. Rader, Nicole, David C. May, and Sarah Goodrum An Empirical Assessment of the 'Threat of Victimization:' Considering Fear of Crime, Perceived Risk, Avoidance and Defensive Behaviors. Sociological Spectrum, 27(5), 475-505. Wilcox, Pamela, David C. May, and Staci D. Roberts. Student Weapon Possession and the “Fear and Victimization Hypothesis:” Unraveling the Mustard, Sarah, David C. May, and Daniel Phillips Prevalence and Predictors of Cheating on Antabuse: Is Antabuse a Cure or Merely an Obstacle? American Journal of Criminal Justice, 31(1), 51-63. REFEREED PUBLICATIONS (cont.) Naber, Patricia A., David C. May, Scott H. Decker, Kevin I. Minor, and James B. Wells Are there Gangs in Schools? It Depends upon Whom You Ask. Journal of School Violence, 5(2), 53-72. A new perspective on aggression in the schools: Exploring parental aggression towards teachers. Kentucky Justice and Safety Research Bulletin, 8(1), 1-15. Flory, Christopher, David C. May, Peter B. Wood, and Kevin I Minor A Comparison of Punishment Exchange Rates among Probationers and Their Supervising Officers in Kentucky. Journal of Criminal Justice, 34(1), 39-50. The Impact of Relationship with Parents and Commitment to School on Adolescent Fear of Crime at School. Adolescence, 40(159), 458-474. The Impact of Relationship with Parents and Commitment to School on Adolescent Fear of Crime at School. Family Therapy, 32(3), 157-173. May, David C., Peter Wood, Jennifer Mooney, & Kevin Minor Predicting Offender-Generated Exchange Rates: Implications for a Theory of Sentence Severity. Crime and Delinquency, 51(3), 373-399. A Trend Analysis of the Effectiveness of Community Policing: Results from a Midwestern City. Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 5(3), 53-74. What Influences Offenders’ Willingness to Serve Alternative Sanctions? The Prison Journal, 85(2), 145-167. Wood, Peter, David C. May, & Harold Grasmick Gender Differences in the Perceived Severity of Boot Camp. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 40(3/4), 153-175. May, David C., Stephen B. Fessel, and Shannon Means Predictors of Principals' Perceptions of School Resource Officer Effectiveness in Kentucky. American Journal of Criminal Justice 29(1), 75-93. May, David C., Kevin I. Minor, Peter B. Wood, and Jennifer L. Mooney Demographic Differences in Kentucky Probationers’ and Parolees’ Perceptions of the Severity of Imprisonment in Comparison to Jail and Probation. Kentucky Justice and Safety Research Bulletin, 6(4), 1-9. May, David C., Gary Cordner, and Stephen B. Fessel School Resource Officers as Community Police Officers: Fact or Fiction? Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 4(6), 173-188. Nonsocial Reinforcement and Violence: Can Juvenile Justice Policies be Effective Against Intrinsic Gratification Received from Violent Activity Among Youth? Journal for Juvenile Justice and Detention Services 18(1), 1-18. REFEREED PUBLICATIONS (cont.) Wood, Peter and David C. May Race Differences in Perceptions of Sanction Severity: A Comparison of Prison with Alternatives. May, David C., Lesa R. Vartanian, and Keri Virgo The Impact of Parental Attachment and Supervision on Fear of Crime Among Adolescent Males. Adolescence, 37(146):267-288. The Effect of Fear of Sexual Victimization on Adolescent Fear of Crime. Sociological Spectrum 21(2):141-174. Predictors of Adolescent Fear of Crime. Sociological Spectrum 20(2):149-168. Integrating Criminological Theories to Explain Violent Forms of Delinquency. Caribbean Journal of Criminology and Social Psychology 5(1,2):81-102. Another Look at Classic Strain Theory: Receipt of Public Assistance, Perceived Blocked Opportunity, and Gang Membership as Predictors of Adolescent Violent Behavior. Sociological Inquiry 70(1):42-60. Tolerance of Nonconformity and Its Effect Upon Attitudes Toward the Legalization of Prostitution: A Multivariate Analysis. Deviant Behavior 20(4):335-358. Scared Kids, Unattached Kids, or Peer Pressure: Why Do Students Carry Firearms to School? Youth and Society 31(1):100-127. Scared Kids, Unattached Kids, or Peer Pressure: Why Do Students Carry Firearms to School? in Readings in Juvenile Delinquency and Juvenile Justice, pp. 188-205, edited by Thomas C. Calhoun and Constance Chapple. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. Whitaker, Daniel J., Kim S. Miller, David C. May, and Martin L. Levin Communication Between Teens and Their Partners About Sexual Risk and Teens’ Condom Use: The Importance of the Parent-Teen Communication Process. Family Planning Perspectives 31(3):117-121. Cosby, Arthur G., David C. May, Wolfgang Frese, and R. Gregory Dunaway Legalization of Crimes Against the Moral Order. Deviant Behavior 17(4): 369-389. Towards a Theory of Exchange Rates: New Evidence Regarding the Continuum of Sanctions. May, David C., Kevin I. Minor, Rick Ruddell, and Betsy F. Matthews. Corrections and the Criminal Justice System. Jones and Bartlett Publishers. Patterns of Gun Acquisition and Use Among Serious Juvenile Delinquents: Illegal Guns in the Wrong Hands. University Press of America. Adolescent Fear of Crime, Perceptions of Risk, and Defensive Behaviors: An Alternate Explanation of Violent Delinquency. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press. "Treatment Foster Care as a Correctional Strategy." Forthcoming chapter in Understanding Juvenile Corrections. Edited by Rick Ruddell and Matthew O. Thomas. Newgate Press. Lena Kline, Erin Kelley, and David C. May "Prison Riots." Forthcoming Chapter in Issues in Correctional Security. Edited by Rick Ruddell. "Preventing ‘Author Disorder-‘ The Ethics of Coauthored Publications with Students.”
pp. 126-13 in It Works for Me …In Scholarship. Edited by Hal Blythe and Charlie "Turning Independent Study Opportunities into Student/Faculty Presentations and Publications." pp. 122-126 in It Works for Me …In Scholarship. Edited by Hal Blythe and Charlie Peter B. Wood, David C. May, and Harold G. Grasmick. 2005 "Gender Differences in the Perceived Severity of Boot Camp." Chapter 8 in Rehabilitation Issues, Problem, and Prospects in Boot Camp. Edited by Brent B. Benda. The Haworth Press, Inc. “Weapons in School.” pp. 237-268 in Handbook of School Violence, edited by Edwin Gerler. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press. Criminal Justice Distance Learning: Experiences from a Regional, Commuter Campus. Criminal Justice Distance Learning Center Electronic Newsletter, Volume 7 (Feb.). Fear of Crime. Forthcoming in Encyclopedia of Victimology and Crime Prevention, edited by Victimization of School Teachers/Staff. Forthcoming in Encyclopedia of Victimology and Crime Prevention, edited by Bonnie Fisher and Steven Lab. New York: Sage. Kenneth F. Ferraro: Risk Interpretation Model. Forthcoming in Encyclopedia of Criminological Theory, edited by Frank Cullen and Pamela Wilcox. New York: Sage. Albert J. Reiss: Personal and Social Controls and Delinquency. Forthcoming in Encyclopedia of Theory, edited by Frank Cullen and Pamela Wilcox. New York: Sage. Crime Control Strategies. Encyclopedia of Police Science (3rd ed.), edited by Jack R. Greene. New York: Routledge. Coauthored with Timothy McClure. Jail. Encyclopedia of Police Science (3rd ed.), edited by Jack R. Greene. New York: Routledge. Coauthored with Erin Harrell. Jail Assaults. Encyclopedia of Police Science (3rd ed.), edited by Jack R. Greene. New York: Routledge. Coauthored with Erin Harrell. Probation and Parole. Encyclopedia of Police Science (3rd ed.), edited by Jack R. Greene. New York: Routledge. Coauthored with Timothy McClure. Invited Articles in Edited Works (cont.) Body Type Theories. Encyclopedia of Criminology, edited by R.A. Wright and J.M. Miller. New Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF). Encyclopedia of Criminology, edited by R.A. Wright and J.M. Miller. New York: Routledge. Community Corrections: An Overview. Encyclopedia of Criminology, edited by R.A. Wright and J.M. Miller. New York: Routledge. Firearms and the Law. Encyclopedia of Criminology, edited by R.A. Wright and J.M. Miller. New York: Routledge. Incivilities Theory. Encyclopedia of Criminology, edited by R.A. Wright and J.M. Miller. New York: Routledge. Juvenile Delinquency and Youth Crime Throughout History. Encyclopedia of Criminology, edited by R.A. Wright and J.M. Miller. New York: Routledge. Juvenile Delinquency: Extent, Correlates, and Trends. Encyclopedia of Criminology, edited by R.A. Wright and J.M. Miller. New York: Routledge. Prisons: Inmate Populations and Subcultures. Encyclopedia of Criminology, edited by R.A. Wright and J.M. Miller. New York: Routledge. Social Learning Theory. Encyclopedia of Criminology, edited by R.A. Wright and J.M. Miller. Publications in Professional Trade Journals (with Rick Ruddell and Peter B. Wood). How do inmates perceive jail conditions? A view from jail administrators. Forthcoming in American Jails (Jan/Feb). (with Steve Kimberling). School shooters: Research unveils 10 myths regarding perpetrators. Kentucky School Leader, Fall, 10-13. Problematic parental behavior in Kentucky schools. Kentucky School Leader, Fall, 16-18. Delinquency and Crime in the Schools: How Can We Combat the Violence? Indiana Journal of Political Science 15:121-143. Kentucky 2008: Safe Schools Data Project Annual Report (with Yanfen Chen). Kentucky Center for School Safety, Eastern Kentucky University. Kentucky Juvenile Crime Analysis: 2007 (with Yanfen Chen). Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Department of Juvenile Justice. Kentucky 2007: Safe Schools Data Project Annual Report (with Yanfen Chen). Kentucky Center for School Safety, Eastern Kentucky University. Kentucky Juvenile Crime Analysis: 2006 (with Yanfen Chen). Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Department of Juvenile Justice. Kentucky 2006: Safe Schools Data Project Annual Report (with Yanfen Chen). Kentucky Center for School Safety, Eastern Kentucky University. Kentucky 2005: Safe Schools Data Project Annual Report (with Lynn McCoy-Simandle and Yanfen Chen). Kentucky Center for School Safety, Eastern Kentucky University. Kentucky 2004: Safe Schools Data Project Annual Report. (with Lynn McCoy-Simandle,Timothy Fritz, and Timothy McClure). Kentucky Center for School Safety, Eastern Kentucky University. Kentucky 2003: Safe Schools Data Project Annual Report. (with Lynn McCoy-Simandle). Kentucky Center for School Safety, Eastern Kentucky University. Kentucky 2002: Safe Schools Data Project Annual Report. (with Lynn McCoy-Simandle). Kentucky Center for School Safety, Eastern Kentucky University. School Resource Officers in Kentucky: Who Are They and What Do They Do? (with Cheryl Roberts, Lee Ann Morrison, and Shannon Means. Kentucky Center for School Safety, Eastern Kentucky University. Kentucky 2001: Safe Schools Data Project Annual Report. (with Lynn McCoy-Simandle). Kentucky Center for School Safety, Eastern Kentucky University. 1999-2000 Allen County Criminal Justice Task Force: Final Report (with several others). Final Task force Report Submitted to County Council, Allen County, Indiana. Reshaping Prisons and Probation: The New Offender Management Framework. Book Review Correctional Boot Camps: Military Basic Training or a Model for Corrections. Book Review published in Criminal Justice Review 32(1):75-76. Crime is Not the Problem. Book Review published in Criminal Justice Review 24(1):64-65. Fear of Crime: Interpreting Victimization Risk. Book Review published in Deviant Behavior 18(3) July-September: 314-318. Criminology: Theory, Research, and Policy. Book Review published in Deviant Behavior 17(3) Juvenile Crime Analysis and Disproportionate Minority Contact Update 2007 Data. Awarded
$13,330 from the Kentucky Department of Juvenile Justice to update a data report compiling
juvenile justice crime statistics for the state of Kentucky. Juvenile Crime Analysis and Disproportionate Minority Contact Update 2006 Data. Awarded
$7,865 from the Kentucky Department of Juvenile Justice to create a data report compiling
disproportionate minority contact statistics for the state of Kentucky. Reducing Disproportionate Minority Contact in Madison County. Awarded $25,000 from the
Kentucky Department of Juvenile Justice to continue examination of causes of disproportionate
minority contact in Madison County, Kentucky.
Reducing Disproportionate Minority Contact in Madison County. Awarded $10,000 from the
Kentucky Department of Juvenile Justice to examine causes of disproportionate minority contact
in Madison County, Kentucky.
Juvenile Crime Analysis and Disproportionate Minority Contact Update 2006 Data. Awarded
$33,800 from the Kentucky Department of Juvenile Justice to create a data report compiling
juvenile justice crime statistics for the state of Kentucky. Kentucky Statistical Research and Analysis. Awarded $48,000 from the Kentucky Justice and
Public Safety Cabinet to provide data analysis and report writing to the Kentucky Statistical Juvenile Crime Analysis Update 2005 Data. Awarded $9,290 from the Kentucky Department of
Juvenile Justice to create a data report compiling juvenile justice crime statistics for the state of Kentucky. May, D.C., M. LaCount, T. Schneid, and L. Collins College Students and Faculty Perceptions of Campus Safety and Fire Prevention: An Examination of Eastern Kentucky University Students' and Faculty. Awarded $8,000 grant from
Eastern Kentucky University College of Justice and Safety Faculty Research Grant to examine students and faculty perceptions of the relative safety and fire prevention strategies at Eastern Cooper, C., Robinson, S., May, D.C., and contributing faculty from the EKU Library, the EKU College of Justice and Safety, and the EKU Writing Center. Developing Critical and Creative Thinking through Development of Writing, Speaking, and
Research: The Studio for Academic Creativity.
Awarded $1,037,000 from Eastern Kentucky
University to create and operate the Studio for Academic Creativity to assist students in their
written and oral communication and critical thinking skills.
Students’ Perceptions of School Safety in a Rural County: Causes and Consequences of
Perceived Safety in Public Schools.
Awarded $7,392 grant from the Eastern Kentucky University
College of Justice and Safety Faculty Research Committee to examine perceptions of school
safety among public school students in Kentucky.
Public Attitudes Regarding the Relative Punitiveness of Prison: An Extension of the Exchange
Rates Literature
. Awarded $7,800 grant from the Eastern Kentucky University College of Justice
and Safety Faculty Research Committee to examine perceptions of the relative severity of prison
among Kentucky residents.
A New Perspective on Aggression in the Schools: Exploring Parental Aggression of Teachers.
Awarded $8,000 grant from the Eastern Kentucky University College of Justice and Safety
Faculty Research Committee to examine perceptions of and experiences with parental aggression
among public school teachers in Kentucky.
Kentucky Center for School Safety Safe Schools Assessment. Awarded $4,000 grant from
Eastern Kentucky University College of Justice and Safety Technical Assistance Grant to assist
KCSS in data collection and analysis of Safe School Assessment Surveys in Kentucky.
May, D., Wells, J.B., Minor, K.I., Cobb, K., Angel, E. & Cline, K. Criminal Victimization Experiences, Fear of Crime, Perceptions of Risk, and Opinion of Criminal
Justice Agents among a Sample of Kentucky Residents
. Awarded $40,000 grant from the
Kentucky Justice Cabinet, Office of the Secretary, Frankfort, KY.
Racial Differences in Kentucky Probationers and Parolees Views Toward Severity of Prison.
Awarded $8,000 grant from Eastern Kentucky University College of Justice and Safety Faculty
Research Grant to examine racial differences in perceptions of the severity of prison relative to
other forms of alternative sanctions among Kentucky probationers.
Rural/Urban Differences in Kentucky Probationers and Parolees Views Toward Severity of
Prison
. Awarded $8,000 grant from Eastern Kentucky University College of Justice and Safety
Kentucky Research Bulletin to examine differences between rural and urban probationers in
perceptions of the severity of prison relative to other forms of alternative sanctions.
Awarded $5,000 Summer Research Grant from Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne
for project entitled “Explaining Juvenile Weapon Use and Possession: An Empirical Test of the
Fear and Loathing Hypothesis.”
Submitted Scholarly Proposals for Outside Funding May, D.C., Elrod, P., Hunter, S., and Gerken, M. Improving the Lives of Madison County Minority Youth. Applied for $856,974 from the United States Department of Health and Human Services Office of Minority Health Youth Empowerment Program to reduce violence and improve health among middle school minority youths in Madison County, Kentucky. Currently under review. Reducing Problem Drinking among Eastern Kentucky University Freshmen Females. Applied for $104,545 from the United States Department of Education to implement and evaluate a peer education alcohol desistance program at Eastern Kentucky University. Not funded. The Impact of Corporal Punishment on Academic Achievement in Kentucky. Applied for $20,602 from the United States Institute for Education Sciences to examine the longitudinal association between corporal punishment at school and educational outcomes. Not funded. May, D.C. (with Betsy Matthews and Lisa Wallace) Evaluation of Mentoring Initiative for System-Involved Youth. Applied for $499,000 grant from the U.S. Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention to examine the effectiveness of six OJJDP mentoring programs throughout the United States. Not Funded. The Impact of Contextual and Demographic Predictors on Fear, Victimization, and Constrained and Avoidance Behaviors at School. Applied for $26,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Justice to analyzed data from the National Crime Victimization Survey School Crime Supplement to examine the impact between fear of criminal victimization, victimization experiences, and subsequent behaviors at school among public school students. Not Funded. May, D.C., Wells, J.B., Minor, K.I., and Norris, T. National Institute of Corrections Cooperative Agreement to Evaluate NIC Institutional Culture Initiative. Applied for $150,000 grant to evaluate NIC Institutional Culture Initiative. Not Funded. Member, National Institute of Justice Consulting Database. Hamilton Fish Violence Prevention Initiative, Research Design and Evaluation. Ruth Hubener, Kentucky Cabinet for Families/Children, Statistical Techniques/ Methods. Captain Dottie Davis, Fort Wayne Police Department Training Services, Evaluation and Allen County Council, Statistical Analysis and Evaluation Techniques. Student Learning Assessment and Evaluation of Interpersonal Communication Skills in Justice and Safety Careers Course. Funded by $6,183 grant from EKU College of Justice Principal Evaluator, Community Service Works Project. Funded by $1,000,000 grant from U.S. Department of Education. Evaluating in my capacity as Kentucky Center for School Safety Research Fellow. Principal Evaluator, Stop Child Abuse and Neglect (SCAN). Process and curriculum evaluation of “Prevention through Education” program for Paige Hamilton, SCAN, Fort Wayne, Indiana. Principal Evaluator, Allen County Criminal Justice Task Force. Evaluated effectiveness of Allen County, Indiana, criminal justice agencies and forecasted for future client and budget expectations for five-year projection. 10 Myths About School Shooters. Invited presentation delivered at the Kentucky Assistant Principal Conference in Lexington, Kentucky. September 2008 Definitions and Reporting of Law Violations in Response to House Bill 91. Invited presentation delivered to Kentucky public school teachers, staff, and administrators in Bowling Green, Kentucky and Ashland, Kentucky. Disaster Preparedness from the School Administration Manager’s Perspective. Invited presentation delivered to the Kentucky Department of Education’s School Administration June/Aug. 2008 Juvenile Justice for Law Enforcement Officers. Presented to U.S. Air Force Crime Prevention Class, Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, Kentucky. Kids and Guns: Why Do They Do It? Presented to Alpha Kappa Delta Open Campus Forum at November 2007 The Safe School Assessment Process. Invited presentation delivered at the National Student Safety and Security Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada. June/Aug. 2007 Juvenile Justice for Law Enforcement Officers. Presented to U.S. Air Force Crime Prevention Class, Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, Kentucky. A Spatial Analysis of the Predictors of the Relative Severity of Prison. (with Derek Paulsen). Invited presentation delivered at the 9th Annual National Institute of Justice Crime Mapping Kids and Guns: Why Do They Do It? Opening Conference Presentation at the Annual Meetings of the Anthropologists and Sociologists of Kentucky, Centre College, Danville, Kentucky. June/ Aug. 2006 Juvenile Justice for Law Enforcement Officers. Presented to U.S. Air Force Crime Prevention Class, Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, Kentucky. A Comparison of Punishment Exchange Rates Among Offenders, Their Supervising Officers, and Circuit Court Judges in Kentucky. Presented to Forum of Students, Centre College, Danville, Kentucky. An Evaluation of the Effectiveness of School Resource Officers in Jefferson County, Kentucky (with Timothy Fritz). Presented to the Kentucky School Resource Officer Association Executive A Comparison of Punishment Exchange Rates Among Offenders, Their Supervising Officers, and Circuit Court Judges in Kentucky (with Nathan Moore). Presented to Forum of Students, Centre College, Danville, Kentucky. December 2004 A Comparison of Punishment Exchange Rates Among Offenders, Their Supervising Officers, and Circuit Court Judges in Kentucky (with Nathan Moore). Presented to Kentucky Department of Corrections Mental Health Training Group, Louisville, Kentucky. September 2000 Fear of Crime and Crime Prevention: Protecting Yourself from Victimization. Presented to Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne Friends of the University Organization, Fort Wayne, IN. Jobs in Criminal Justice. Presented to Junior Achievement Students from Fort Wayne Community Schools System, Fort Wayne, Indiana. Terrorism in the United States and Its Threat to the United States Military (co-presented with Michael Wartell). Presented to the Security Forces Unit at the Indiana Air National Guard Base, Fort Wayne, Indiana. September 1998 Guns in America: Can We Stop the Violence? Presented to the Metro Business Group, Fort May, David C., Nicole Rader, & R. Gregory Dunaway Predicting Adolescent Fear of Crime through the Lens of General Strain Theory. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Criminal Justice Association, Charleston, South Carolina. The Validity of a Continuum of Sanctions: Inmates’ Perceptions of Relative Sentence Severity. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Criminal Justice Association, Charleston, The Relevance of a Theory of Sentence Severity for Understanding the Association between Punishment and Offender Decision-Making. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Association, Charleston, South Carolina. May, David C., Margaret Mahoney, and Peter Wood The Day Fine: Punitive Yet Cost Efficient. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Saint Louis, Missouri. Thomas Holt, David May, and Adam Bossler Examining On-Line Harassment Among a Population of Juveniles. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Saint Louis, Missouri. Definitions and Reporting of Law Violations in Response to House Bill 91. Paper presented at the Annual Safe Schools, Successful Students Conference, Louisville, Kentucky. Drug Testing in Public Schools in Kentucky. Paper presented at the Annual Safe Schools, Successful Students Conference, Louisville, Kentucky. Examining Disproportionate Minority Contact in a Rural Setting: The Impact of Personalities, Potholes, and Politics on Preventing DMC. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Criminal Justice Association. Constrained Behaviors and Gender among University Students: The Impact of Perceptions of Risk and Fear-Provoking Cues. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Criminal Justice Association. Fear of Terrorism in a Rural State: Causes, Consequences, and Policy Implications. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Criminal Justice Association. The Relationship Between Fear, Victimization, and Delinquency among Serious Juvenile Offenders: Testing the Shadow of Powerlessness Hypothesis. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Cincinnati, Ohio. Where Are Your Kids? Revisiting Hirschi's Social Control Theory. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Cincinnati, Ohio. Lessons Learned from Exchange Rates Theory: Implications for Policy and Research in Alternative Sanctions. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of May, David C., Nicole Rader, and Sarah Goodrum. A Gendered Assessment of the "Threat of Victimization;" Considering Fear of Crime, Perceived Risk, Avoidance, and Defensive Behaviors. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, Georgia. The Positive Punishment Effect and Offender Decision-Making in a Sample of Incarcerated Offenders. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Schneid, Tom, Michael S. Lacount, David C. May, and Tanya Ritter Risk Assessment of Safety, Fire, and Emergency Planning Hazards and Issues in American Schools. Paper presented at the Annual Safe Schools, Successful Students Conference, Louisville, Kentucky. Browning, Ashley and David C. May An Empirical Analysis of the Effectiveness of Strain Theory: An Explanation of Delinquency Among Incarcerated Juveniles. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Criminal A Historical Analysis of School Shootings: Have They Really Increased in the Past 40 Years? Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Criminal Justice Association, Savannah, McClure, Timothy, Nathan C. Lowe, and David C. May Public Perception of Engagement in Violent Acts: A Random Sample in Kentucky. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Los Angeles, California. Wallace, Lisa Hutchison and David C. May The Impact of Parental Criminal Victimization of Others and Emotional Abuse on Adolescent Fear of Crime at School. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of May, David C., Staci Roberts, and Pamela Wilcox My School or Our School? The Effects of Individual versus Shared School Experiences on Teacher Perceptions of Safety. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Los Angeles, California. Theoretical and Contextual Predictors of Perceptions of Criminal Justice Agents Among Juvenile Offenders. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Anthropologists and Sociologists of Kentucky, Danville, Kentucky. A Typology of Troublesome Youth Groups in School: Results from a Multi-Site Study. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Criminal Justice Association, Charleston, South Carolina. Williams, Alisha, David C. May, and Peter Wood A Qualitative Analysis of Offender Preferences for Prison over Intermediate Sanctions. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Criminal Justice Association, Charleston, South Carolina. May, David C., Kevin Minor, Peter Wood, and Amy Eades Theoretical and Contextual Predictors of Exchange Rates among Kentucky Residents: The Role of Social Psychological Factors. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Criminal Justice Association, Charleston, South Carolina. Lowe, Nathan, David C. May, and Preston Elrod Theoretical Predictors of Delinquency Among Public School Students in Kentucky: The Role of Context and Gender. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Criminal Justice Association, Charleston, South Carolina. May, David C., Erin Harrell, and Peter Wood Predictors of Exchange Rates Among Kentucky Citizens and Convicts: Who is Less Willing to Go to Prison? Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Criminal Justice Association, Charleston, South Carolina. Cooper, Kelly, Irina Soderstrom, and David C. May Theoretical and Contextual Predictors of Drug Use Among a Delinquent Population. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Criminal Justice Association, Charleston, South Carolina. McClure, Timothy E., David C. May, and R. Gregory Dunaway The Relationship Between Social, Human, and Cultural Capital and Use of Corporal Punishment in Kentucky Public Schools. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Criminal Justice Association, Charleston, South Carolina. Elrod, Preston, David C. May, and Irina Soderstrom Predicting Students’ Willingness to Report Problem Behaviors to Authority Figures: Results from a Southern Sample of Public School Students. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Sociological Society, New Orleans, Louisiana. Experiences of Kentucky Residents with Intimate Partner Violence, Acquaintance Rape, and Their Ramifications: Demographic and Contextual Predictors. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Sociological Society, New Orleans, Louisiana. The Impact of Gender on Perceptions of the Relative Severity of Prison: Why are Females Less Willing to Go to Prison? Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Sociological Society, New Orleans, Louisiana. Elrod, Preston, David C. May, and Irina Soderstrom Theoretical and Contextual Predictors of Perceptions of School Safety Among Small Town and Rural Youths. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Baltimore, Maryland. Empirical Predictors of Defensive Behaviors: The Impact of Perceived Risk, Victimization Experience, and Fear of Criminal Victimization. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Baltimore, Maryland. Elrod, Preston, Irina Soderstrom, and David C. May Predicting School Victimization in a Rural School District. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Fritz, Timothy, Lisa Hutchison Wallace, David C. May, and Kevin I. Minor An Examination of School Resource Officers’ Attitudes Regarding Behavioral Issues Among Special Needs Students. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. May, David C., Rick Ruddell, and Peter Wood Perceptions of Jail Administrators Regarding the Relative Punitiveness of Prison When Compared to Boot Camp and Jail. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Dealing with Misbehavior at Schools in Kentucky: Predictors of the Use of Corporal Punishment. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. A Comparison of Offenders’, Officers’, and Adjudicators’ Perceptions of the Severity of Alternative Sanctions. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Roberts, Staci, Pamela Wilcox, and David C. May Demographic and Contextual Predictors of Teacher Fear in Kentucky. Poster presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Roberts, Staci, Pamela Wilcox, and David C. May Stop Picking on Me! Student Weapon Possession and Experiences with Crime and Bullying Victimization at School. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. May, David C., Staci D. Roberts, and Pamela Wilcox The Impact of Attachment to Parents and School and Perceptions of School Safety on Fear of Crime at School. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Sociological Society, Charlotte, North Carolina. Elrod, Preston, Irina Soderstrom, and David C. May A Comparison of Theoretical Predictors of In-School and Out-of-School Delinquency: Interactions and Differences. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Sociological Society, Charlotte, North Carolina. Perceptions of the Criminal Justice System and Its Actors among a Sample of Incarcerated Youth. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Sociological Society, Charlotte, North Carolina. Hurtt, Celeste, Betsy A. Matthews, and David C. May School Start Time and Its Relationship to School Performance and Behavior. Paper Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Chicago, Illinois. The Impact of Relationship with Parents and Commitment to School on Adolescent Fear of Crime at School. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology Meetings. Elrod, Preston, Irina Soderstrom, and David C. May Delinquency In School: A Preliminary Exploration of The Predictors of In-School Delinquency and a Comparison to Predictors of Out-of-School Delinquency. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology Meetings. Wood, Peter, David C. May, and Kevin Minor The Effects of Race and Prison Experience on Perceptions of Sanction Severity. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology Meetings. Wilcox, Pamela, David C. May, and Staci D. Roberts Student Weapon Possession and “Fear and Loathing”: Unraveling the Temporal Order. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology Meetings. Davis, Mary, Christopher Hensley, and David C. May An Examination of Sexual Activity and its Predictors among Female Prison Inmates. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Criminal Justice Association, Raleigh, North Carolina. School Resource Officers in Kentucky: Who are they and What Do They Do? Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Criminal Justice Association, Raleigh, North Carolina, September. Flory, Christopher, David C. May, Peter B. Wood, and Kevin I Minor A Comparison of Punishment Exchange Rates Among Probationers and Their Supervising Officers in Kentucky. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Criminal Justice Association, Raleigh, North Carolina, September. The Impact of Perceived Risk, Victimization, Experience, and School Supervision on Fear of Crime and Fear of Bullying at School Among Public School Students in Kentucky. Poster Session at Eastern Kentucky University Undergraduate Poster Competition. Gun Possession and Use Among Adolescent Offenders: Nonsocial Reinforcement and Perceptions of Risk. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Las Vegas, Nevada, March. May, David C., Peter B. Wood, Jennifer L. Mooney, and Kevin I. Minor The Impact of Demographic and Correctional Experience Indicators on Offenders’ Willingness to Serve Alternative Sanctions. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Las Vegas, Nevada, March. An Examination of Perceptions and Beliefs Concerning School Safety Among School Principals and School Resource Officers in Kentucky. Roundtable participant at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Denver, Colorado, November. What Influences Offenders’ Willingness to Serve Alternative Sanctions? Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Criminal Justice Association, Nashville, Tennessee, September. Fear of Criminal Victimization, Perceptions of Risk, Defensive Behaviors, and Violent Delinquency : An Examination of Indirect and Direct Effects. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Criminal Justice Association, Nashville, Tennessee, September. Probationers’ Opinions of Alternative Sanctions: Why Shouldn’t I Go to Prison? Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Criminal Justice Association, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Gun Possession Among Adolescent Male Offenders: Where Do They Get Their Guns? Paper Presented at the Annual Meetings of the North Central Sociological Association, Louisville, KY, April 7, 2001. May, David C., Lesa R. Vartanian, and Keri L. Virgo. The Impact of Parental Attachment and Supervision on Fear of Crime Among Adolescent Males. Paper Presented at the Annual Meetings of the North Central Sociological Association, Louisville, KY, April 7, 2001. Probationers’ Opinions of Alternative Sanctions: Is Prison Really the Most Severe Punishment? Paper Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Sociological Society, Atlanta, GA, April 6, 2001. Using Criminological Theories to Explain Violent Forms of Delinquency. Paper Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, CA, November 16, 2000. A Trend Analysis of the Effectiveness of Community Policing: Results from a Midwestern City. Paper Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, CA, November 17, 2000. Strain and Differential Association: Do They Predict Adolescent Fear of Crime? Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association, Chicago, IL, October 5, 2000. Strain, Social Control, Nonsocial Reinforcement, and Social Learning: Do They Predict Adolescent Fear of Crime as Well as Adolescent Delinquency? Paper Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Sociological Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 20, 2000. Delinquency and Crime in the Schools: How Can We Combat the Violence? Paper Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Indiana Political Science Association, Fort Wayne, Indiana, March 24, 2000. Violent, Property, and White-Collar Delinquency: Can One Theory Explain Them All? Paper Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, November 19, 1999. Fear of Crime Among Adolescents: Shadow of Sexual Assault or Shadow of Powerlessness? Paper Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association, Chicago, IL, October 7, 1999. Race and Gender Differences in Tolerance of Legalization of Mala Prohibita Activities. Paper Presented at the Annual Meetings of the North Central Sociological Association, Troy, MI, April 16, 1999. May, David C., Joe D. Nichols, and Patricia R. Eltzroth Risky Behaviors Among Adolescents in the Midwest: Personal Gratification or Peer Pressure? Paper Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal Canada, April 20, 1999. Using Technology in the Classroom: Lessons I Learned the Hard Way. Presentation at Scholarship of Teaching Conference, March 26, 1999. The Effect of Fear of Sexual Victimization on Female Adolescent Fear of Crime. Paper Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Washington D.C., Nov. 13, 1998. If I Don’t Have a Gun, I Don’t Have a Chance: Deviant Adaptations to Fear of Crime Among Adolescents. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Washington D.C., November 12, 1998. Scared Kids, Unattached Kids, or Peer Pressure: Why Do Students Carry Firearms to School? Paper presented at Annual Meetings of the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association, Milwaukee, WI, October 7-9, 1998. Whitaker, Daniel J., Kim S. Miller, David C. May, and Martin L. Levin Communication Between Teens and their Partners About Sexual Risk and Teens' Condom Use: The Importance of the Parent-Teen Communication Process. Presented at the 12th World AIDS Conference, Geneva, Switzerland, June 1998. Protective Gun Ownership Among Unmarried Mississippi Residents: The Effect of Fear and Perceived Risk Paper Presented at the Annual Meetings of the North Central Sociological Association, Cleveland, OH. Attitudes Toward Legalization of Prostitution: Should We Legitimize the World’s Oldest Profession? Paper Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Sociological Society, Atlanta, GA. A Structural Modeling Approach to Cloward and Ohlin’s Opportunity Theory. Paper Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology, San Diego, CA. Predictors of Adolescent Fear of Crime. Paper Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association, Cincinnati, OH. May, David C., Karin A. Mack, Martin L. Levin, and Kim S. Miller The Relationship Between Adolescent/Parent Communication, and Adolescent Sexual Communication With Dating Partners. Paper Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Sociological Society, New Orleans, LA. Predictors of Adolescent Fear of Crime Among Mississippi Adolescents. Paper Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Alabama-Mississippi Sociological Association, Florence, AL. Protective Gun Ownership Among Southern Farmers. Paper Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Mid-South Sociological Society, Little Rock, AR. An Analysis of the Relationships Between Social Class, Perceived Blocked Opportunities, Gang Membership, and Violent Behavior Among Mississippi High School Students. Paper Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Mid-South Sociological Society, Little Rock, AR. An Analysis of the Relationship Between Strain, Gang Membership, and Violent Behavior Among Mississippi High School Students. Paper Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Sociological Society, Richmond, VA. The Impact of Crime and Justice Ideology on Gun Ownership: Preliminary Results from the Mississippi Community Crime Survey. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southern Sociological Society, Richmond, VA. Fear and Loathing and Social Control: A Critical Test of Theories of Delinquency. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Criminological Society, Boston, MS. Cosby, Arthur, David C. May, Wolfgang Frese, and R. Gregory Dunaway. Legalization of Vice in America. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Mid-South Sociological Association, Mobile, AL. An Analysis of the Relationship Between Social Class and Violent Behavior Among Mississippi High School Students. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Mid-South Sociological Association, Mobile, AL. An Analysis of Gun Ownership in a Rural Southern State: Protective Gun Ownership in Mississippi. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Rural Sociological Society, Washington D.C. An Analysis of Reported Protective Gun Ownership Among Unmarried Mississippi Residents. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southern Sociological Association, Atlanta, GA. An Analysis of Reported Protective Gun Ownership Among Mississippi Residents. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Mid-South Sociological Association. Lafayette. LA. An Analysis of Reported Protective Gun Ownership Among Mississippi Residents. Presented at the Annual Research Symposium of the Alpha Chapter of AKD, Mississippi State, MS. Professor and Kentucky Center for School Safety Research Fellow. Department of Safety, Security, and Emergency Management, Eastern Kentucky University. I am employed as a professor and School Safety Research Fellow. I teach fire science data analysis and a variety of courses related to risk management in school and the workplace. Associate Professor and Kentucky Center for School Safety Research Fellow. Department of Correctional and Juvenile Justice Studies, Eastern Kentucky University. I was employed as an associate professor and School Safety Research Fellow in the Department of Correctional and Juvenile Justice Studies. I taught a variety of courses related to corrections and school safety. Assistant Professor. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University-Purdue University Fort I was employed as assistant professor and criminal justice program director in the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana-Purdue University at Fort Wayne. I teach numerous Criminal Justice courses and oversee a number of student internships and independent research efforts of upper-level students majoring in criminal justice. Instructor of Record. Department of Sociology. Mississippi State University. I was employed as an instructor of record in the Department of Sociology at Mississippi State University. I taught numerous Criminology and Sociology courses during that period. Graduate Courses at Eastern Kentucky University Research and Planning for Safety, Security, & Emergency Management Developing a Portfolio, Thesis, and Comprehensive Exam Research in Corrections and Juvenile Justice Analysis of Correctional and Juvenile Justice Data Graduate Courses at Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne Evolution of Criminological Thought and Policy Undergraduate Courses at Eastern Kentucky University 1 or 2 sections per semester Spring 2007 – Present Fall 2006 (online), Fall 2003, Fall 2001 Orientation to Correctional and Juvenile Justice Studies Transitioning Adolescent Females Through Mentoring Foundations of Correctional and Juvenile Justice Practice Undergraduate Courses at Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne Fall 1997-Spring 2001 (some via distance education) Criminal Justice Data, Methods, and Resources Theoretical Foundations of Criminal Justice Policies Undergraduate Courses at Mississippi State University Spring 1997; Spring & Summer 1996 (Meridian) Fall 1996 (Starkville and Meridian campuses) Southern Criminal Justice Association Educator of the Year. Eastern Kentucky University Alumni Association Award for Teaching Excellence. Listed in Who’s Who Among American Teachers, 2002. Purdue University Friends of the University Outstanding Teacher Awarded Indiana University Purdue University Community Service Council Service to Students Award. Awarded Teaching Excellence Award, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne. First Place, Professional Division, National Corrections Competition, Lambda Alpha Epsilon National Criminal Justice Fraternity, Indianapolis, IN. Outstanding Scholar, Professional Division, Region 6, Lambda Alpha Epsilon National Criminal Justice Fraternity, Toledo, OH. Finalist, Indiana University-Purdue University Community Service Council Service-to-Students Award. Awarded Teaching Excellence Award, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne. Awarded Northeast Indiana Chapter of the American Red Cross Rookie Volunteer of the Year. Awarded Northeast Indiana Chapter of the American Red Cross Armed Forces Emergency Services Employee of the Year Awarded Outstanding Doctoral Student in the Department of Sociology by the Faculty of Mississippi State University. Graduate Student Faculty Representative, Alpha Chapter of Alpha Kappa Delta, Mississippi State University. President, Alpha Chapter of Alpha Kappa Delta, Mississippi State University. Awarded Third Place in the Graduate Student Paper Competition by the American Criminological Society, Boston, MA. Awarded Outstanding Master's Student in the Department of Sociology by the Faculty of Mississippi State University. Member, Eastern Kentucky University Institutional Review Board. Member, Eastern Kentucky University Undergraduate Advisory Committee. Member, Eastern Kentucky University Service Learning Committee. Member, Eastern Kentucky University Critical Thinking Across the Curriculum Advisory Board. Faculty Senate Representative, Department of Safety, Security, and Emergency Management. Member, Eastern Kentucky University Bookstore Advisory Committee Member, Eastern Kentucky University Student Disciplinary Council Arbitrator, Eastern Kentucky University. Faculty Mentor, McNair Scholars Program (Alisha Dobbins, Lena Kline, Aumbrea Sanders). Member, Eastern Kentucky University First Year Instruction Team. Chair, Eastern Kentucky University Graduate Council (1-year term renewed in Fall 2007). Member, Eastern Kentucky University Research Committee. Member, Eastern Kentucky University Faculty Senate Elections Committee. Vice-Chair, Eastern Kentucky University Faculty Senate (1-year term beginning in Fall 2006). Member, Eastern Kentucky University Faculty Senate Budget Committee. Faculty Mentor, Eastern Kentucky University First-Year Student Program. Faculty Senate Representative, Department of Correctional and Juvenile Justice Studies. Coordinator, Department of Correctional and Juvenile Justice Studies Graduate Program, Eastern Kentucky University. Chair, Department of Correctional and Juvenile Justice Studies Graduate Committee, Eastern Member, College of Justice and Safety Academic Committee, Eastern Kentucky University. Member, College of Justice and Safety Academic Integrity Committee, Eastern Kentucky University. Member, College of Justice and Safety Grievance Committee, Eastern Kentucky University. Member, College of Justice and Safety Institutional Review Committee, Eastern Kentucky University. Member, College of Justice and Safety Research Committee, Eastern Kentucky University. Department of Correctional and Juvenile Justice Studies Academic Practices Committee, Eastern Kentucky University. (with Lisa Wallace), Department of Correctional and Juvenile Justice Student Member, Eastern Kentucky University Faculty Senate Ad Hoc Subcommittee on Academic Honesty, Eastern Kentucky University. Member, College of Justice and Safety Strategic Planning Committee, Eastern Kentucky University. Member, College of Justice and Safety Scholarship Committee, Eastern Kentucky University. Member, Eastern Kentucky University Graduate Council (3-year term beginning in Fall 2005). Chair, Eastern Kentucky University Faculty Senate Ad Hoc Committee on Faculty Senate Membership. Member, Department of Correctional and Juvenile Justice Studies Merit Committee, Eastern Member, College of Justice and Safety Grievance Committee, Eastern Kentucky University. Member, College of Justice and Safety Technical Assistance Committee, Eastern Kentucky Chair, Eastern Kentucky University Faculty Senate Ad Hoc Subcommittee on Membership. Facilitator, Face to Face with Ethics Conference, Eastern Kentucky University. Interview Panel Member for Department of Loss Prevention and Safety Chair, College of Justice and Safety Research Committee. Member, College of Justice and Safety Human Subjects Committee, Eastern Kentucky University. Member, College of Justice and Safety Academic Committee, Eastern Kentucky University. Member, Department of Correctional and Juvenile Justice Studies Web Committee, Eastern Kentucky University. Web Page Faculty Consultant, Department of Correctional and Juvenile Justice Studies, Eastern Kentucky University. Member, College of Justice and Safety Research Committee, Eastern Kentucky University. Member, College of Justice and Safety Web Pages and Marketing Committee, Eastern Kentucky University. Member, Departmental Assessment and Program Review Committee, Department of Correctional and Juvenile Justice Studies, Eastern Kentucky University. Criminal Justice Program Coordinator, Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne. Chair, Criminal Justice Policing Position Search Committee, Division of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne. Member, Indiana University Purdue University, Distance Education Task Force. Member, Indiana University- Purdue University Fort Wayne Diversity Council. Member, Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne Academic Computing and Information Technology Advisory Subcommittee. Member, Indiana University- Purdue University Fort Wayne Distance Education Committee. Chair, Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne Library Subcommittee. Member, Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne Academic Appeals Subcommittee. Member, Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne Subcommittee on Athletics. Member, Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne Undergraduate Research and Creative Endeavor Committee. Academic Advisor for Alpha Omega Psi chapter of Lambda Alpha Epsilon (National Fraternity for Criminal Justice Students and Professionals) at Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne. Member, Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne Division of Public and Environmental Affairs Standards Review Committee. Mentor in the Faculty-Student Mentor Program at Indiana Univ. Purdue University Fort Wayne. Academic Advisor for Gamma Gamma chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma (National Honor Society for Criminal Justice Students) at Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne. Chair, Criminal Justice Program Committee, Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne Division of Public and Environmental Affairs. Member, School of Public and Environmental Affairs System-Wide Criminal Justice Undergraduate Curriculum Review Committee. Member, School of Public and Environmental Affairs System-wide Graduate Policy Committee. Committee Member, Indiana University Purdue University School of Public and Environmental Affairs MPA Admissions, Undergraduate Admissions, and Relations Committee "Practical Experience for Teaching Assistants." Annual Teaching Assistant Workshop, Program Reviewer, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Member, American Journal of Criminal Justice Editorial Board. Member, American Society of Criminology Hindelang Book Award Committee. Reviewer, American Journal of Criminal Justice Reviewer, Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice National Science Foundation Grant Reviewer. Reviewer, United States Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Grant Proposal. Reviewer, Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency Reviewer, British Journal of Educational Psychology. Reviewer for United States Bureau of Justice Grant Proposal. Reviewer, Professional Issues in Criminal Justice Executive Secretariat, Southern Criminal Justice Association. Chair, Issues in Crime Using Strain Theory. At the Annual Meetings of the Southern Criminal Justice Association, Charleston, South Carolina. Chair, Perceptions, Predictors, and Outcomes of Community-Based Sentencing. At the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Saint Louis, Missouri. Chair, Routine Activities and Offenders. At the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Saint Louis, Missouri. Chair, Probation to Reentry for Juveniles: Examining the Spectrum. At the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Saint Louis, Missouri. Chair, Resistance, Fear, and Protection: Responses to Victimization. At the Annual Meetings of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Cincinnati, Ohio. Chair, Campus Crime. At the Annual Meetings of the Southern Criminal Justice Association. Chair, Sex, Drugs, and Violence. At the Annual Meetings of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Cincinnati, Ohio. Chair, Crime Theories. At the Annual Meetings of the Southern Criminal Justice Association, Savannah, Georgia. Faculty Mentor, American Society of Criminology Minority Scholars/Mentors Research Grant Program- Alisha Dobbins, Student. Chair, Schools and Crime: Research on New Populations and Policies. At the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Los Angeles, California. Chair, Fear of Crime among Gender and Age Groups. At the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Los Angeles, California. Chair, Imprisonment, Alternatives, and Policy-making. At the Annual Meetings of the Southern Criminal Justice Association, Charleston, South Carolina. Chair, Examining Variations in the Perceived Severity of Criminal Sanctions. At the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Presenter, Successful Strategies to Reduce Suspensions and Increase Student Success. At the 11th Annual Safe Schools, Successful Students Conference, Louisville, Kentucky, September 2005. Presenter, What Does Persistently Dangerous Schools In Kentucky Mean? At the 11th Annual Safe Schools, Successful Students Conference, Louisville, Kentucky, September 2005. Presenter, Persistently Dangerous Schools. At the 4th Annual Educating Kentucky’s At Risk Kids in Alternative Settings Conference, Richmond, Kentucky. Presider/Discussant, Explanations of Delinquency. At the Annual Meetings of the Southern Sociological Society, Charlotte, North Carolina. Organizer and Presider/Discussant, Children, Adolescents, and Parenting. At the Annual Meetings of the Southern Sociological Society, Charlotte, North Carolina. 2005 Presenter, Defining and Understanding No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Requirements in Relation to School Safety and Reporting Accurate Safe Schools Data. Presentation given in collaboration with the Kentucky Department of Education to Safe Schools Personnel in Hopkinsville, KY. Presenter, Defining and Understanding No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Requirements in Relation to School Safety and Reporting Accurate Safe Schools Data. Presentation given in collaboration with the Kentucky Department of Education to Safe Schools Personnel in Lexington, KY. Chair, Fear of Crime and Punitiveness. At the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Nashville, Tennessee. Presenter, Safe School Data Reporting and Kentucky’s Definition of a Persistently Dangerous School. At the Annual “Safe Schools- Successful Students” Conference, Louisville, KY. Chair/Discussant, Chasing Shadows: Confronting What We Know And Don’t Know About Women Offenders. At the Annual Meetings of the Southern Criminal Justice Association, Raleigh, North Carolina. Member, American Society of Criminology Student Awards Committee. Presenter, What is a Persistently Dangerous School?. At the Annual Kentucky Safe Schools and Communities Conference, Bardstown, KY. Reviewer, Behind the Walls: Readings in Inmate Culture, for Prentice-Hall. Chair and Presenter, Reducing Suspension Rates in Kentucky Schools. At the Annual Truancy/Dropout Symposium, Sponsored by Kentucky Center for School Safety, Louisville, KY. Moderator/Facilitator, Intervention Strategies for At-Risk Youth. At the Annual Truancy/Dropout Symposium, Sponsored by the Kentucky Center for School Safety, Louisville, KY. Reviewed chapters 1-3 of Introduction to Criminal Justice, by Karen Hess, Wadsworth Chair, Social Learning, Social Control, and Social Support Issues. At the Annual Meetings of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Las Vegas, NV. Chair, Fear of Crime, Perceptions of Crime Risk, and Campus Crime Prevention. At the Annual Meetings of the Southern Criminal Justice Association in Nashville, TN. Reviewer, Journal of Juvenile Justice and Detention Services. Facilitator, Understanding Students with Disabilities: What the Law Requires. Annual School Resource Officer Conference, Eastern Kentucky University. Facilitator, Special Tactics for School Resource Officers. Annual SRO Conference, EKU. Chair, Drugs & Violent Crimes. Meetings of Midwestern Criminal Justice Assoc., Chicago. Organizer and Roundtable Chair, Collaboration Between Criminal Justice Agencies: A View from the Field. Annual Meetings of the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association, Chicago, IL. Chair and Discussant, Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne Undergraduate Research and Creative Endeavor Symposium, Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne, April 18. Session Organizer, Policy Issues in Secondary Education. Annual Meetings of the Indiana Political Science Association, Fort Wayne, IN. 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