The 2004 American Society of Criminology Conference
Tuesday, November 16, to Saturday, November 20
Track Chronological Session Index
Professional Development Track


Session Title Session IDTime
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SESSION: Building a Course and Program in Homeland Security Session 15: PD1 Wednesday at 8:00AM
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SESSION: Women of Color in Criminal Justice/Criminology Transitions -- Classroom to Administration, Part I Session 16: PD2 Wednesday at 8:00AM
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SESSION: New Faculty Workshop Session 64: PD3 Wednesday at 11:00AM
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SESSION: Being a Feminist in the Academy -- Coping With Sexual Harassment and Hostile Work Environment Issues (Sponsored by the 20th Anniversary Committee on the Division on Women and Crime) Session 90: PD4 Wednesday at 2:00PM
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SESSION: Students are on Venus While Professors Are on Mars Session 114: PD5 Wednesday at 3:30PM
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SESSION: Workshop for Women on Negotiating Strategies at Work Session 136: PD6 Wednesday at 5:00PM
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SESSION: Female Role Models in Criminal Justice Session 188: PD7 Thursday at 9:30AM
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SESSION: Criminology Then and Now Session 221: PD8 Thursday at 11:00AM
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SESSION: Workshop on Retirement Session 222: PD9 Thursday at 11:00AM
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SESSION: Publishing Issues for the Developing Scholar Session 268: PD10 Thursday at 2:00PM
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SESSION: Juggling Research, Teaching, and Service: The 40/40/20 Split in the Real World Session 269: PD11 Thursday at 2:00PM
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SESSION: Surviving the Dissertation Successfully Session 292: PD12 Thursday at 3:30PM
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SESSION: Teaching Issues for Developing Scholars Session 343: PD13 Friday at 8:00AM
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SESSION: Workshop on Networking: Academic and Practitioner Perspectives (Co-Sponsored by the 20th Anniversary Committee of the Division of Women and Crime and the Division on People of Color and Crime) Session 363: PD14 Friday at 9:30AM
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SESSION: Workshop on Using Blackboard 6.1 in the Classroom Session 392: PD15 Friday at 11:00AM
Criminology at the National Science Foundation Session 393: PD16 Friday at 11:00AM
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SESSION: Joan McCord: A Life Course in Experimental and Theoretical Criminology Session 418: PD17 Friday at 12:30PM
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SESSION: Criminal Justice/Criminology Transitions -- Classroom to Administration, Part II Session 467: PD18 Friday at 3:30PM
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SESSION: Bridging the Gap: Research on the Police vs. Research for the Police Session 468: PD19 Friday at 3:30PM
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SESSION: Workshop on Securing Tenure and Redressing Potential Denial Session 493: PD20 Friday at 5:00PM
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SESSION: Workshop on Teaching Race, Class, and Gender in Criminal Justice Education: Addressing Difference in the Classroom Session 494: PD21 Friday at 5:00PM
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SESSION: Workshop on Mentoring: Breaking the Mold Session 510: PD22 Saturday at 8:30AM
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SESSION: Shooting for the Stars: Top Rated Programs and Faculty Session 511: PD23 Saturday at 8:30AM
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SESSION: Who, What, Where, and Why? Meet the Editors Session 533: PD24 Saturday at 10:00AM

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