Lucien Lombardo's Place
 

CURRICULUM VITA

 

LUCIEN X. LOMBARDO

 

Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice

Old Dominion University

Norfolk, Virginia 23529

llombard@odu.edu

EDUCATION: 

  1978 Ph.D. Criminal Justice, School of Criminal Justice, SUNY, Albany

Dissertation Title: "The Correctional Officer: A Study of a Criminal Justice Worker in His Workplace"

Program Emphasis: Planned Change; Law and Social Control

  1973 M.A. Criminal Justice, School of Criminal Justice, SUNY, Albany

  1969 M.A. Latin American Studies, University of Wisconsin, Madison

Program Emphases: Economics, Political Science

  1967 B.A. University of Rochester, Rochester, N.Y.

Major: Spanish Linguistics; Minors: Political Science and History

 1966 Attended Universidad de Estudios Ibero‑Americanos,

  Saltillo, Mexico

TEACHING EXPERIENCE: 

  June 1, 2012 - Present Professor Emeritus Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice, Old Dominion University

  August 1989‑June 1, 2012: Professor, Sociology and Criminal Justice

  August 1983‑1989 Associate Professor, Criminal Justice and Coordinator of Criminal Justice Program, Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice, Old Dominion University,

  August 1978‑1983 Assistant Professor, Criminal Justice, Department of Sociology, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia

  Courses Taught:

Undergraduate:  Probation, Pardons and Parole; Juvenile Delinquency; Criminal Corrections; The Criminal Justice System; Police in American Society; The Criminal Justice System as a Place to Work; Treatment of Criminal Offenders; Understanding Violence; Crime Society and the Media; Children and Violence (team taught and individually), Law and Social Control, International and Human Rights Perspectives and Children

TELETECHNET (Distance Learning): Correctional Institutions; Police in American Society; Understanding Violence, Violence in the World of Children, Perspectives on Organizational Behavior; Introduction to Interdisciplinary Studies; Juvenile Delinquency

On-Line:

Understanding Violence; Violence in the World of Children; Correctional Institutions

Graduate: Criminal Justice Administration; Corrections; Seminar: Prison Overcrowding; Seminar: Violence; Crime, Society and the Media; Correctional Law and Administration

  1977 ‑ 1978 Instructor, Criminal Justice, Department of Sociology, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia.

Courses Taught: Criminal Corrections, Law Enforcement as Social Control.

  1969 ‑ 1972 Senior Teacher, Auburn Correctional Facility, Auburn, NY

  1974 - 1977 Courses Taught: Spanish, Reading, Creative Reading, Puerto Rican History

 1975 - 1976 Part‑time Instructor, Cayuga Community College, Auburn, New York

  Courses Taught: Criminal Justice Administration

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE: 

Fall 2000-2012 Coordinator, IDS Programs

Fall 2000 -2008: Coordinator, Individualized Interdisciplinary Studies Program

Fall 2003 - 2008: Developed and Coordinator, Work and Professional Studies Degree Program

Fall 1998- present: University Cluster Coordinator for General Education Interdisciplinary Clusters

1987 ‑ 1989 Chair, Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice, Old Dominion University

1983 ‑ 1989. Coordinator, Criminal Justice Program, Old Dominion University,

1989- 2000. Chief Departmental Advisor, Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice,

PUBLISHED BOOKS, MONOGRAPHS, BOOK REVIEWS, PAPERS:

BOOKS: 

With Karen Polonko (Guest Editors) "Children and Young People in a Changing World", Special Edition of Global Bioethics, Vol. 18. Winter 2005.

Prison Violence in America, 2nd edition, a collection of readings edited with Michael Braswell, and Reid Montgomery, Cincinnati, OH: Anderson Publishing, 1994.

Guards Imprisoned: Correctional Officers at Work. (Updated 2nd Edition). Cincinnati, OH: Anderson Publishing, 1989.

Guards Imprisoned: Correctional Officers at Work. N.Y.: Elsevier Scientific Publishers, 1981.

ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS and Other Writings: 

"Learning Corrections - Linking Experience and Research," in Michael Johnson (ed) Experiencing Corrections: From Practitioner to Professor, Thousand Oaks, A: Sage, 2011.

Karen A. Polonko and Lucien X. Lombardo (2011) "Non-Governmental Organizations and the Convention on the Rights of the Child". Studies in Sociology. Athens, Greece: Athens Institute for Research and Education. (forthcoming).

Lucien X. Lombardo and Karen A. Polonko (2010), "Interdisciplinary Contributions to the Prevention of Child Maltreatment," The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Vol.4/12, 89-112.

"Attica Prison Riot" Encyclopedia of Social History of Crime and Punishment in America" Sage, forthcoming 2012

Lombardo, Lucien X. "Attica Prison Revolt." Encyclopedia of Race and Crime. Ed. Helen Taylor Greene and Shaun L. Gabbidon. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE, 2009. 43-45. SAGE Reference Online. Web. 5 Feb. 2012.

With Karen Polonko (2005). "Children and Young People in a Changing World: A Holistic Approach," Global Bioethics, Vol. 18, Winter, i -iv.

Polonko, K. and L. Lombardo, (2005) "Human Dignity and Children: Operationalizing a Human Rights Concept" in Global Bioethics, Vol. 18, Winter, 17- 35.

With Karen A. Polonko (2005) "The Enlightened Witness: Reasserting Humanity In The Face Of Violence at the Beginning of the Twenty-First Century," The International Journal of Humanities. Vol. 2, No.2 ( 961-971). http://ijh.cgpublisher.com/product/pub.26/prod.282

With Karen A. Polonko (2005) "A Comparative Analysis of Corporal Punishment and Children: An Exploration of Human Rights and U.S. Law". Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, Vol. 29 / 2, Fall, pp. 173-200.

"Some Observations on Alice Miller's THE BODY NEVER LIES. (2005)"On Alice Miller web-site: http://www.naturalchild.com/alice_miller/bnl_review_3.html

"Prisonography: Sources of Knowledge and Perspectives about Prisons," (2004) in Sean O'Toole and (EDS) Correctional Criminology.  Federation Press Pty. Ltd., Australia (pp. 31-41).

Foreword to Brian K. Payne, Incarcerating White Collar Offenders: The Prison Experience and Beyond. Springfield, ILL: Charles C. Thomas, 2003.

"Brief Thoughts on Reading the Works of Alice Miller," Introduction to BARRIERS IN THE MIND on Project No Spank web page: http://www.nospank.net/miller18.htm  , Nov. 2001.

Foreword to Correctional Perspectives: Views from Academics, Practioners and Prisoners. Fiftal Alarid, Leanne and Cromwell, Paul F. (editors), Los Angeles, CA: Roxbury Publishing, 2002, xi-xii.

"Guards Imprisoned: Correctional Officers at Work," in Latessa, E., Holsinger, A., Marquart, J., and Sorenson, J. (Eds). Correctional Contexts: Contemporary and Classical Readings. 2nd edition. Los Angeles, CA: Roxbury, 2001 (pp. 153-168) (Reprint of materials from Guards Imprisoned, 1989).

With F. Cullen, E. Latessa, R. Kopache, and V. Burton, "Prison Warden's Job Satisfaction," in Latessa, E., Holsinger, A., Marquart, J., and Sorenson, J. (Eds). Correctional Contexts: Contemporary and Classical Readings. 2nd edition. Los Angeles, CA: Roxbury, 2001 (pp. 168-184). (Reprint of 1993 Prison Journal article.)

"Metaphors for Prison Organizations and Correctional Officer Adaptation to Change" from "Metaphors for Prison Organization & Correctional Officer Adaptation to Change," Presented at the Annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Reno, NV, Nov. 1989. Published Clemens Bartollas, CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS, NY: Allyn and Bacon, 2002.

"Attica Remembered: A Personal Essay" Paideusis: Journal for Interdisciplinary and Cross-Cultural Studies, Vol.2, 1999: http://www.paideusis.matco.ro/e1n2ll.html

"Collective Violence in Prisons: Psycho-social Dimensions and Ritualistic Transformations"" in Craig Summers and Eric Markusen (Eds) Collective Violence: Harmful Behaviors in Groups and Governments (Rowman and Littlefield, 1999) pp.125-145.

"Talking Past Each Other about Sexual Harassment: A Frame Analysis" with Janet Bing, Discourse and Society. Vol.8, No.9, July 1997, pp.293-311.


"The 'Pen' and the Pendulum: Alternative Futures for Incarceration in the Year 2010" in Crime and Justice in the Year 2010. (John Klofas and Stan Stojkovic (Eds). Monterrey, CA: Brooks/Cole Publishers, 1995.

"Stress, Change and Collective Violence in Prison," in Robert Johnson and Hans Toch (Eds.). The Pains of Imprisonment.  Beverly Hills: Sage (1982) pp. 77‑93. [Reprinted in Prison Violence in America (2nd ED) Michael Braswell, Reid Montgomery and Lucien X. Lombardo (Eds), Cincinnati, OH: Anderson, 1994, pp.291-305.]

"Prison Wardens' Job Satisfaction", with Francis Cullen, Edward Latessa, Renee Kopache and Velmer Burton, The Prison Journal Vol.73/2 1993 (pp.141-161).

"The Correctional Orientation of Prison Wardens: Is the Rehabilitative Idea Supported", Criminology. Vol. 31/1 (1993) pp.69-92. (With Francis Cullen, Edward Latessa and Ed Volmer)

"Jail Officer Training: Goals, Techniques and Evaluation Criteria," in D. Kalinich and J. Klofas (Eds). Sneaking Inmates Down the Alley: Problems and Prospects in Jail Management.  Springfield, Ill: Charles C. Thomas, (1986), pp. 181‑192.

"Nation Building and Social Control: Observations from Ivory Coast and Tanzania," International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, Vol. 10, No. 1, Spring l986, pp. 4l‑56.

"Group Dynamics and Prison Guard Subculture: Is the Subculture an Impediment to Helping Inmates?" International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology.  Vol. 29, No. 1 (1985) pp. 79‑90.

"Undergraduate Criminal Justice Education: Solidifying A Place in A University Curriculum," American Journal of Criminal Justice, Vol. 9, No. l, Fall 85 (111‑ll8).

"Mental Health Work in Prisons and Jails: Inmate Adjustment and Indigenous Correctional Personnel," Criminal Justice and Behavior.  Vol. 12, No. 1 (1985) pp. 17‑27.

"Lessons from the Third World for Understanding American Criminal Justice," International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice.  Spring 1984, Vol. 8, No. 1, (75‑83).

"Alleviating Inmate Stress: Contributions From Correctional Officers," in Robert Johnson and Hans Toch, The Pains of Imprisonment. Beverly Hills: Sage (1982) pp. 285‑298.

With Janet E. Katz and Frank Marsh, "Ethics and the Police: A Conference Report," Journal of Criminal Justice Ethics, (1982).

"Occupational Stress in Correctional Officers: Sources, Coping Strategies and Implications," in Sherwood Zimmerman and Harold Miller (eds.). Corrections at the Crossroads: Designing Policy.  Beverly Hills, CA: Sage, 1981 pp. 129‑150.

"A Study of the Anticipated Effects and Initial Results of New York State Drug Legislation" Journal of Police Science and Administration, Vol. 4, No. 3 (1976) pp. 320‑325, (with Gerald V. Beatty).

A Report from the Workshop for Correctional Educators in Colleges and Universities, Contemporary Issues in Higher Education in Corrections. Albany, N.Y.: SUNY, Albany, 1973.

Writings about My Work:

"Working Students: What Higher Education Needs to Know" Lead Story in CenterPoint, e-newsletter of American Council on Education: Life Long Learning Center: December 2005. http://www.acenet.edu/AM/PrinterTemplate.cfm?Section=Lead_Story&Template=/TaggedPage/TaggedPageDisplay.cfm&TPLID=51&ContentID=4978

"Guards Imprisoned: An Overview of the Book by Lucien X. Lombardo" by Tara Gray. IN EXPLORING CORRECTIONS: A BOOK OF READINGS, Tara Gray editor. Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon, 2002, pp. 84-88.

Quoted in Preface to 2002 4th Edition of Alice Miller's, FOR YOUR OWN GOOD. N: Farrar, Straus and Giroux. http://www.nospank.net/fyog1.htm

BOOK REVIEWS: 

RESOLUTION OF PRISON RIOTS: STRATEGIES AND POLICIES by Bert Useem and Camile Camp and George Camp, Oxford University Press, 1996, In Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management. 1998 Vol 6/3.

ILL-EFFECTS: THE MEDIA / VIOLENCE DEBATE edited by Martin Baker and Julian Petley, London: Routledge, 1997. In Journal of Popular Film and Television 25/3 (Fall 1997), pp.138-139.

BATTERING AND FAMILY THERAPY: A FEMINIST PERSPECTIVE by Marsali Hansen and Michele Haraway (Eds). In Criminal Justice Review, 1994, 19/2 pp.294-295.

THE REPRODUCTION OF SOCIAL CONTROL: A STUDY OF PRISON WORKERS AT SAN QUENTIN by Barbara Owen. Criminal Justice Review1990; 15; 120


GOVERNING PRISONS: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF CORRECTIONAL MANAGEMENT by John J. DiIulio, Jr. NY: The Free Press. In American Journal of Sociology, Vol. 94/4, 1989.

PAPERS PRESENTED AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS:

Karen A. Polonko and Lucien X. Lombardo, "Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO's) and the Convention on the Rights of Child: Exploring the Relationship between NGO activity and the Maltreatment of Children", 4th Annual International Conference on SociologyAthens, Greece on 10-13 May 2010.

Karen A. Polonko, Lucien X. Lombardo, Christopher Hodge and Aja Richardson, "Sociological Practice and Ending Violence Against Children", The 2009 Annual Conference Association for Applied and Clinical Sociology, San Antonio Texas, October 7-11, 2009.

Lucien X. Lombardo and Karen A. Polonko (2009) "Interdisciplinary Contributions to the Prevention of Child Maltreatment", Virtual Presentation at 4th Annual Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Athens, Greece http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JmoFnA7Z6Nk

Karen A. Polonko and Lucien X. Lombardo (2007) "Impact of the UN CRC General Measures of Implementation on Child Abuse Globally: Further Explorations". International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect, European Regional Conference, Lisbon, Portugal, November 18-21, 2007.

Lucien X. Lombardo and Karen A. Polonko (2007) "A Force Field Analysis of the General Measures of Implementation of the CRC", International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect, European Regional Conference, Lisbon, Portugal, November 18-21, 2007.

With Karen A. Polonko, "Implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and Child Well-Being: Preliminary Insights on One Measure of Child Maltreatment", XVIth ISPCAN International Congress on Child Abuse and Neglect. "Children in a Changing World: Getting it Right, 3-6 September 2006, York, United Kingdom.

With Karen A. Polonko, "Assessment of the Implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child: Insights from Three Measures", International Interdisciplinary Conference on Children's Rights: An Appraisal of the Children's Rights Convention, Ghent, Belgium, 18-19 May 2006.

With Karen A. Polonko (lead author) and Isle Polonko, "Education as a Vehicle for Implementing the CRC" International Interdisciplinary Conference on Children's Rights: An Appraisal of the Children's Rights Convention, Ghent, Belgium, 18-19 May 2006.

With Karen Polonko (lead author), "The Pedagogy of Child Welfare: A Need for Reflection", XTh International Society for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (ISPCAN) European Regional Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect, Berlin, Germany, September 2005.

With Karen A. Polonko, "Implications of the U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) for Pedagogical Practice Targeting Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect", XTh International Society for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (ISPCAN) European Regional Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect, Berlin, Germany, September 2005.

With Karen A. Polonko, "The Enlightened Witness: Reasserting Humanity In The Face Of Violence At The Beginning Of The Twenty-First Century" International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities, Prato, Tuscany, Italy, July 2004

Mary Beth Lakin, Lucien X. Lombardo, Michele Spires and Carl Whithaus, "Work and Professional Studies: A Work-based Curriculum for Returning Adult Students", presented at Annual Meeting of the Adult Higher Education Alliance, Asheville, NC, October 8-11, 2003.

With Karen A. Polonko, "The U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child and The Path From Childhood to Adulthood: The Impacts of Childhood Experiences with Trauma and Nurturing on Adult Development" Congress of the International Union of Anthropological and Ethnographical Science, Florence, Italy, July 2003.

With Karen A. Polonko, "Human Dignity and Children: Operationalizing a Key Human Rights Concept", presented at Inter-Congress of the International Union of Anthropological and Ethnographical Sciences, "Children and Young People in a Changing World: A Holistic Approach", Agrigento, Sicily, June 9-16, 2001.

"A Matrix Approach to Integrating Knowledge in General Education at the Lower and Upper Levels: Examples from Old Dominion University", 40th Annual Conference of Association for Liberal and General Education, Chicago, IL, November 20-24, 2000.

"Problems, Meaning and Relevance: A Personal Journey to an Interdisciplinary Career", Association for Integrative Studies Annual Meeting, Portland, Oregon October 5-8, 2000.

"Pedagogy and Violence: Teaching Values in the Process of Understanding the Spectrum of Violence", Prepared for Presentation at the 76th Annual Fellows Meeting, The Society for Values in Higher Education, Colorado Springs, Colorado, August 3-9, 2000

"Clustering at Old Dominion University: The Substance and Process of Interdisciplinary General Education Reform", Annual Meeting of the Association for Integrative Studies, Naperville, IL, Sept. 30-Oct 2, 1999.

Critic for Author Meets Critics session: a Review of LAWFUL ORDER: A CASE STUDY OF CORRECTIONAL CRISIS AND REFORM by Leo Carroll, Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Orlando, Florida March 9-13, 1999.

with Karen A. Polonko, "Children, Corporal Punishment and Human Rights: International Developments", Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Orlando, Florida, March 9-13, 1999.

"Auburn Prison, Alexis DeToqueville and Incarceration in Contemporary America", Criminal Justice Colloquium, Cayuga Community College, Auburn, NY, July 1997.

"Attica Remembered: A Personal Essay", Criminal Justice Research Colloquium Series, Indiana University of Pennsylvania Criminology Department, October 1996.

with Janet Bing, "Talking Past Each Other about Sexual Harassment: An Exploration of Frames for Understanding", Linguistics Society of America, January, 1996.

"Prison Collective Violence: Psychological Processes and Ritualized Responses", American Society of Criminology, Phoenix, AZ, October 1993.

"Prison Wardens' Job Satisfaction", with Francis Cullen, Edward Latessa, Renee Kopache and Velmer Burton, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Kansas City, March 1993.

"The Correctional Orientation of Prison Wardens" with Francis T. Cullen, Edward Latessa, and Velmer Burton, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Pittsburgh, March, 1992.

"Links between Interpersonal & Institutional Violence," Presented at Annual Meeting of American Society of Criminology, Baltimore MD, Nov. 1990.

"Educating the Press about Prisons," Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Professional Journalists, Louisville, KY, October 1990.

"Metaphors for Prison Organization & Correctional Officer Adaptation to Change," Presented at the Annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Reno, NV, Nov. 1989.


With Garland F. White, "The Influence of the Media on Violence: The Case of Auburn Prison 1976‑1984," Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Washington, D.C., April 1, 1989.

"Prisons and the Press: An Exploration of the Literature," at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Chicago, Illinois, November 8‑13, 1988.

"The Development of the Correctional Officer Subculture at a New Minimum Security Institution: A Report on Research in Progress" at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, October 29 ‑ November 1, 1986, Atlanta, Ga.

"Nation Building and Social Control: Observation from Ivory Coast and Tanzania," at The Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Chicago, Ill., March 1984.

"Undergraduate Criminal Justice Education: Solidifying A Place in A University Curriculum," at The Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Chicago, Ill., 1984.

"How to Infiltrate a Criminal Justice Curriculum with Third World Perspectives," at The Sixth National Conferences on the Third World, Omaha, Nebraska, October 27 ‑ 29, 1983.

"The Prison Guard Subculture: Is It An Impediment To Prison Reform?", at The Annual Meeting of The Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Louisville, KY, March 1982.

"Correctional Officer Discretion: Informal Rule Enforcement Processes in a Maximum Security Prison," at The 1980 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, CA, November 1980.

"Thinking About Social Control and the Future," at The First Global Conference of the World Future Society, Toronto, Canada, July 20 ‑ 24, 1980.

"Occupational Stress in Correctional Officers: Sources, Coping Strategies and Implications," at The Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Cincinnati, OH, March 1979.

TECHNICAL REPORTS: 

"A Land of Fond Stability Caught in the Waters of Uncertain Change" A Report on Qualitative Research Conducted on Virginia's Eastern Shore June-July 1997 Virginia's Eastern Shore. August, 1999.

with Carole E. Seyfrit and Mona Danner, "1995 Survey of Eastern Shore High School Students: Preliminary Report: Northampton County School District, August 1996.(Grant Report to U.S. Department of Agriculture).

with Carole E. Seyfrit and Mona Danner, "1995 Survey of Eastern Shore High School Students: Preliminary Report: Broadwater Academy", August 1996 (Grant report to U.S. Department of Agriculture).


With Carole E. Seyfrit and Mona Danner, "1995 Survey of Eastern Shore High School Students: Preliminary Results: Accomack County Schools" August 1996. (Grant Report to U.S. Department of Agriculture).

OTHER ACTIVITIES AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS: 

Roundtable Panelist, "Using Practical Experience in Teaching", American Society of Criminology, Washington, D.C. November 2011 

Roundtable Panelist, Crime, Delinquency and the Press: Media Coverage During 1993. American Society of Criminology, Phoenix, October 1993.

Roundtable Panelist, Family Violence in the Context of a Violent Society, American Society of Criminology, Phoenix, AZ, October, 1993.

Discussant for panel entitled, "Is Prison Reform Possible? ", Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, New Orleans, LA, Nov. 1992.

Discussant for panel entitled, "Avocational and Private Sector Policing," Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Diego, CA, Nov. l985.

"Corrections and Public Policy in Virginia," Fifteenth Annual Sociological Research Symposium, Virginia Social Science Association, Richmond, VA, February 1985.

Discussant for panel entitled, "Historical Analysis of Prison Conditions," Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Louisville, KY, March 1982.

Discussant for panel entitled, "Women in Prison," at The Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Philadelphia, PA, March 1981.

Letters to the Editor and Other Opinion Pieces

"Technology vs. Humanity: Two Views on Facing Up to our Actions", Virginian Pilot, December 19, 2003.

"No Spanking for Foster Children",Virginian Pilot, Norfolk, VA, July 7, 2000.

"Children's Rights: Oppose Corporal Punishment: Let's be Pioneers in "No-Spanking Zones", Virginian Pilot and Ledger Star, Norfolk, VA, March 1, 1999.

"Just Who Were the Experts at Waco?" Virginian Pilot and Ledger Star, Norfolk, VA, May 2, 1993

"The Origins of Hate Violence", Virginian Pilot and Ledger Star, Norfolk, VA, March 2, 1992.


HONORS, AWARDS, PRIZES: 

Governor's Advisory Board on Child Abuse and Neglect Certificate of Appreciation Award, April 2010 

Recipient of College of Arts and Letters Award for Outstanding Contributions to Interdisciplinarity, 2008. 

Nominee for State council for Higher Education in Virginia Faculty Award (SCHEV) 2006-2007.

Senior Scholar Lecture, Selected to Deliver the Senior Scholar Lecture, College of Arts and Letters, November 2006.

Recipient of Charles O. and Elizabeth C. Burgess Award for Research and Creativity. College of Arts and Letters, Old Dominion University, 2006.

Nominee for Alan Rufus Tonelson Faculty Award for Teaching from the Old Dominion University Alumni Association, 2005.

Elected Fellow, Society for Values in Higher Education, September 2001.

Dean's Service Award, College of Arts and Letters, May 2001.

Receipient of Dean's Award for Outstanding Contributions to Service, College of Arts and Letters, 1998. 

Guards Imprisoned. Selected as one of the Outstanding Academic Books in Sociology for 1981 by Choice Magazine.

MEMBERSHIPS IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES: 

American Society of Criminology

Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences

American Academy of Political and Social Sciences

Association for Integrative Studies

Society for Values in Higher Education

GRANTS AWARDED: 

Co Principal Investigator with Karen A. Polonko, "Development of a Database for the Evaluation of the Implementation and Impact of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child on Children's Well Being". College of Arts and Letters, Old Dominion University, Summer Research Grant, May 2007, $5,000

Principal Investigator, "Identifying and Interpreting Management Relevant Indicators Relating to Quality of Life for Inmates and Staff: A Pilot Project," Virginia Department of Corrections, $9,000. 1988‑89.

With Judith Andre, Department of Philosophy, Old Dominion University. A grant from the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities and Public Policy, A Symposium entitled "Terrorism: Faces, Voices, Echoes." $6100.

Old Dominion University Summer Research Fellowship, for "A Longitudinal Assessment of Correctional Officer Work Related Attitudes and Behaviors in the Context of Organizational Change." $2800, Summer l986.

Participant in Fulbright‑Hayes, US Department of Education Group Project in Africa Program. May ‑ June 1983. Traveled to Ivory Coast and Tanzania exploring issues related to crime, criminal justice and nation‑building.

"Work Behavior and Experiences of Prison Guards," Arts and Letters Research and Publications Committee, May 1980, $500.

"Correctional Officer Turnover and Local Labor Market Conditions," Old Dominion University, School of Arts and Letters Research and Publications Program, 1981, $1000.

"Prevention of Alcohol, Drug Abuse and Mental Health (ADM) Disorders in Correctional and Social Service Organizations" with Elizabeth Morrissey, Old Dominion University, Arts & Letters Research & Publications Committee, 1985, $1000.

GRANTS APPLIED FOR:

With Charles Burgess, Dean, College of Arts and Letters to State

Council for Higher Education and Virginia, Upper Level General Education Program, Course and Faculty Development; Developing Linkages Between Professional Programs and the Liberal Arts, $94,804. Not Funded.

"The Culture of Social Control in Auburn, New York 1812‑1850," National Endowment for the Humanities, Summer Stipend Program, 1988. ($3,500).

With Elizabeth Morrissey, Co‑principal Investigator, "Prevention of Alcohol, Drug Abuse and Mental Health (ADM) Disorders in Correctional and Social Service Organizations." National Institutes on Alcoholism, Alcohol Abuse. April 1985 ($940,000).


RESEARCH IN PROGRESS: 

Implementing the U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child, an analysis of how various components of implementation affect child well-being.

"Correctional Officers at Work: 2004 Update", update of earlier work based primarily on interviews conducted 2003-2005.

"Working Lives of Old Dominion University Students" research project conducted in conjunction with SOC/CRJS 436 Students and Center for the Study of Work.

"Liberation Pedagogy and Violence: Reducing Violence against Children through Empowering University Students."

The Spectrum of Violence an edited collection currently under review by Prentice-Hall.

CONSULTING ACTIVITIES:

Consultant to Virginian-Pilot, Norfolk, VA. For series of stories on prison reform in Virginia Feb 2000. Provided background, structure and issues and base-line data for investigative report.

Pre-New Edition Review of Robert Johnson, HARD TIME, for Wadsworth Publishing, April 1999.

Pre-new Edition review of Irwin and Austin, IT=S ABOUT TIME for Wadsworth Publishing, March 1999.

Consultant to Harriet Tubman Institute for Peace and Justice, Auburn, NY, July 1997. Help develop institute=s mission and processes.

Editorial Consultant to Wadsworth Publishers for Ray Surette's CRIME, CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND THE MEDIA (1st and 2nd editions). (1/1997)

Consultant on violence principles. Discussions with facilitators for Batters= Workshops sponsored by YWCA in Norfolk, VA. (10/1996).

Editorial Consultant to Roxbury Publishers for Victor Hassine's LIFE WITHOUT PAROLE: LIVING IN PRISON TODAY. (10/1995)

Member, Citizens Advisory Council, Norfolk Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court, 1992-1995.

Member, Management Advisory Team, Augusta Correctional Center, Craigsville, VA, l986 ‑ 1989.

Member, Academic Research Council, Academic Research Consortium, Virginia Department of Corrections, 1985 ‑ 1989.

Consultant to Planning Council of Norfolk on development of grant proposal to Virginia Foundation for the Humanities and Public Policy: "Making Connections in a Disconnected Place," a literature discussion program for inmates in Norfolk City Jail. Grant was awarded. Served as co‑discussion leader during the six weeks of the program, October‑November, 1985.

Consultant to National Institute of Corrections, Developed and Presented Workshop on "The Changing Role of the Correctional Officer" for New Jersey Jail Officers, Rutgers University. Wrote Final Report of Workshop. September 1984.

Consultant to Advanced Research Resources Organization, Bethesda, MD. Grant related to personnel practices of the Federal Drug Administration, May 1984. (Prepared draft of proposal related to Employee Disciplinary Procedures).


Consultant to New York City Department of Corrections Special Training Program: The Changing Role of the Correctional Officer. Presented workshop session entitled: "Officer‑Officer Relationships: A System for Occupational Maintenance," April 4 ‑ 6, 1983.

Consultant to National Institute of Justice, July ‑ August 1981. (Review and evaluate research proposals.) Paid.

Editorial Board, JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE EDUCATION, 1990‑1998.

Associate Editor, JUSTICE QUARTERLY, 1985 ‑ 1998

Editorial Consultant, JUSTICE QUARTERLY, 1983 ‑ Present.

Editorial Consultant, JOURNAL OF CRIME & JUSTICE, 1984 ‑ Present.

Editorial Consultant, CRIMINAL JUSTICE POLICY REVIEW, 1986 ‑ 1998.

Editorial Consultant, JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND BEHAVIOR, 1981 ‑ PRESENT. (Review and evaluate manuscripts submitted for publication).

Editorial Consultant, Brooks/Cole Publishers, review manuscripts, 1989‑present. Editorial Consultant, McMillan Publishers: review book manuscripts, 1986.

Editorial Consultant, Mosby Publishers: review book manuscripts. 1979.

Consultant to University of Wisconsin, Department of Higher Education. (Conduct qualitative evaluation of Wisconsin Higher Education Criminal Justice Programs). September 1974 ‑ January 1975.

Consultant to Workshop for Correctional Educators in Colleges and Universities, School of Criminal Justice, SUNY, Albany, 1973 ‑ 1974.

UNIVERSITY SERVICE:

Organized presentations by Dr. Robert Anda, Dr. Bruce Perry, Dr. John Briere, Dr. Judith Herman for Series of talks to University and Hampton Roads Community on Experiencing Trauma in Childhood. 2009 - 2010.

Organized presentation visit by Professor Jaap Doek, Chair of UN Committee on the Rights of the Child as recipient of Marc and Connie Jacobson Humanitarian Award, September 2008.

"Protecting the World's Endangered Children," presentation for Old Dominion University Model United Nations Society. April. 9, 2007.

Organized presentation by Dr. Bryan Post, March 16, 2007.

Organized presentation by Dr. Robert Anda, "Adverse Childhood Experiences and Adult Health: Why Childhood Matters", February 16, 2007.

Organized Presentation by Dr. James Garbarino, "See Jane Hit: Girls and Violence", November 30, 2006.

Organized presentation by Dr. Bryan Post, January 2005.

Organized presentation by Dr. Lucille Ijoy, April 14, 2005

Organized with Karen Polonko and In Support of Children, presentation by Dr. Bruce Perry, "Effects of Childhood Trauma and Neglect on Brain Development of Children, Adolescents and Adults", March 22, 2005.

"Enlightened Witness: Rehumanizing in the 21st Century: Observations on Elie Weisel and Alice Miller" presentation for The Old Dominion University Institute for Jewish Studies and Interfaith Understanding, November 15, 2004.

"The Centrality of Survivorship in Understanding Violence", Panel on "Victims' Issues: Voices form the Faculty", Sponsored by the Old Dominion University Center for Family Violence Education and Research and ODU Women's Center, April 21, 2004.

"'Salt of the Earth': A Discussion of Labor, Film and Repression" presentation at 7th Annual Old Dominion University Film and Video Festival: STRANGER THAN FICTION, March 18, 2004.

"International Developments in Reducing Violence in Children's Lives", presentation for panel Raising Children Non-Violently in a Violent World", Sponsored by In Support of Children, Old Dominion University, April 17, 2002.

"The Day the Earth Stood Still", presentation and film showing for 5th Annual Old Dominion University Film and Video Festival, April 10, 2002.

"Children in War", presentation and film showing for 5th Annual Old Dominion University Film and Video Festival, April 11, 2002.

With Karen Polonko organized visit of Professor Murray Straus, international expert on Family Violence and Corporal Punishment for series of community and University Presentations ( April 9, at Children's Hospital of the Kings Daughters, Norfolk, VA and April 10, at Old Dominion University and other presentations and media interviews.

Helped organize (along with faculty from Norfolk State University and Regent University) a three day conference "The Celling of a Nation: Prisons in American Culture" October 24-26, 2000.

Presentation "Education in the Future of Imprisonment" at the ODU/NSU, Regent U conference "The Celling of a Nation: Prisons in American Culture", October 26, 2000.

Panelist on "The Impact of the Media in the Lives of Childhood Experts@ for 2nd Annual Old Dominion University Film and Video Festival, "Through Innocent Eyes: Children in the Media Environment@, April, 22, 1999.

Coordinator for presentation by Professor Susan Bitensky, Detroit College of Law at Michigan State University, ASpare the Rod and Embrace Human Rights Law@, April 7, 1999. Also panel discussion with Professor Bitensky: "Corporal Punishment and Human Rights Law: Developing an Educational Agenda" April 8, 1999.

University Cluster Coordinator: Assist faculty participating in interdisciplinary general education clusters in developing and coordinating the clusters activities. 1998--- present

Coordinator, University Cluster Task Force, develop university wide policies and procedures regarding the implementation of interdisciplinary cluster general education requirement.

General Education Review Committee, member, 1993-1996.

Member, Committee A (Undergraduate Education) Faculty Senate.1996-2004.


Faculty Senate Representative to Old Dominion University Board of Visitors Academic Affairs Committee 1991.

Member, University Tenure and Promotion Committee, 1993-94, 1995-1996, 1998-1999

Member, Faculty Senate Curriculum Committee, 1993-94

Member, College of Business and Public Administration Strategic Planning Implementation Committee, 1991-92.

University Promotion and Tenure Committee, 1991‑92.

Steering Committee for Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Reaccredidation Process, 1990‑1992.

Reaccredidation Steering Committee Liaison to Intercollegiate Athletics Subcommittee, 1990‑1992.

Ad Hoc Committee on Racial Harassment Policy, 1988‑89.

A Presentation, "Using Group Processes In Teaching Writing Across the Disciplines," to Staff of University Writing Center, November 1984.

ODU Dialogue "Torture: An Effort to Stop Human Suffering," October 1984.

ODU Dialogue "Mecklenburg: A Prison Gone Bad?" Public Service Radio program; August 1984.

Faculty Senate, Executive Committee, 1986‑1987.

Faculty Senate Member, l984‑1987.

Committee on Undergraduate Education, 1982 ‑ 1986, Committee Charged with Restructuring the University's General Education Program.

Writing‑Across the Disciplines Steering Committee 1983‑1984.

Faculty Senate Research and Publication Committee, 1983‑84.

Judicial Affairs Committee, faculty representative to Honor Council Advisory Committee, 1981 ‑ 1982.

Subcommittee on Physical Facilities of the Resources Committee on Reaccredidation, Spring 1980.

A presentation for Old Dominion University Criminal Justice Club entitled, "Excerpts from My Prison Diaries," April 1981.

"ODU Dialogue" presentation entitled, "Prison Reform," January 1980.

A panel discussion for Old Dominion University Sociology Club, "Future Shock," March 1979.

A panel discussion for Old Dominion University Criminal Justice Club, "The Pains of Imprisonment: The Stanford Experiment," November 1978.

COLLEGE SERVICE:

Facilitator, Teaching Workshop: "Using Technology in Teaching," November 12, 2004.

Facilitator, Teaching Workshop: Encouraging Participation," January 30, 2004.


College of Arts and Letters, Tenure and Promotion Committee, 1993-94, 1995-96, 1998-99.

Search Committee for International Studies Ph.D. Program Director, College of Arts & Letters, 1991 ‑ 1992.

College of Arts & Letters Tenure & Promotion Committee, 1991 ‑ 1992.