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Phil Goodman​, Joshua Page, and I have a new book out with Oxford on the long struggle over criminal justice. Get 30% off from Oxford site with discount code below!
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Temple CJ is hiring a TT assistant professor. Come work with some excellent colleagues in a truly interdisciplinary department. ... See MoreSee Less

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Just received a job announcement regarding an IRB Prisoner Representative Consultant Opportunity from the American Institutes for Research:

The Institutional Review Board (IRB) at the American Institutes for Research (AIR) (air.org) is seeking a prisoner representative or advocate to consult on IRB submissions that include this population. Federal regulations specify that certain conditions must be met when an IRB reviews work that includes a prisoner population.

AIR is looking for an individual who has worked directly with an adult and/or juvenile prisoner or parolee population, or has been a prisoner him or herself. The individual would commit to:
• Professional Development/Training – Taking a CITI course on the protection of human subjects in research and other opportunities as permitted (not to exceed 4 hours per year without authorization)
• Full Board Review – attendance by phone or videoconference is acceptable if unable to attend in person (approximately 4 hours per meeting, including preparation)
• Expedited IRB review – consultation, including reviewing a submission which includes data collection protocols and informed consent documents (approximately 2 hours per review)

The consultant would be paid hourly upon receipt and approval of an invoice. Currently, AIR anticipates no more than 5 prisoner-related reviews per year.

Please send your resume or CV to Erin Wallace Morrison (emorrison@air.org), IRB Administrator, along with a brief description of your experience with the prisoner population. You may also contact Erin with any additional questions.
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Tenure track position at Illinois State University. Questions about the position should be addressed to Dr. Ralph Weisheit (raweish@ilstu.edu). ... See MoreSee Less

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The Department of Justice Studies at Montclair State University invites applications for a tenure-track position at the assistant professor rank,who is a specialist in penology. The successful candidate will teach Research Methods, Statistics, and Criminology, as well as wide-range of undergraduate penology relating courses, including JUST 200 Perspectives on Justice Systems I, JUST 300 Research Methods, JUST 310 Theoretical Issues in Justice Studies, and Justice Systems required concentration courses, JUST 101 Criminology, JUST 102 Introduction to Criminal Justice, and JUST 240 Statistics, in addition to electives such as JUST320 Women and Prison, JUST 328 Prisons and Punishment, JUST 353 Corrections, and JUST 404 Corrections Management. We are particularly interested in candidates who have the skills and willingness to reach across discipline boundaries in both teaching and research. All Montclair State University faculty provide service to the department, university and larger professional community.
QUALIFICATIONS Ph.D. in Criminal Justice or Criminology, with a specialization in corrections/penology.
Applicants are expected to possess excellent teaching skills, maintain an active research agenda in the area of penology, and hold a PhD in Criminal Justice and or Criminology at the time of appointment.
SALARY RANGE Dependent on qualifications
STARTING DATE September 1, 2017
SEND LETTER
AND RESUME TO Ms. Brenda Sheehan, Department Administrator Justice Studies Department
Montclair State University
sheehanbr@mail.montclair.edu
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Call for Awards: Due Date is Aug. 31st! ... See MoreSee Less

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Call for Abstracts: DCS Handbook of Corrections & Sentencing ... See MoreSee Less

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