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Dmello, Jared Posted 12/11/18 - 3/11/19

Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:

Assistant Professor

Education:

PhD, Criminal Justice and Criminology, Option in Terrorism Studies (expected spring 2019), University of Massachusetts at Lowell
MA, Criminal Justice (2017), University of Massachusetts at Lowell
MA, National Security Studies (2015), California State University at San Bernardino
BA, Political Science (2013), University of Hawai`i at Manoa

Areas of Specialization:

Terrorism, Gangs, Quantitative, Political Violence, Ethnic Conflict

Other Qualifications or Comments:

 

 

Jochnowitz, Leona Posted 1/9/19 - 4/9/19

Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:

Faculty or Research in Criminal Justice

Education:

M.A and Ph.D. from the School of Criminal Justice at the University at Albany and J.D. from St. John's University School of Law

Areas of Specialization:

Dr. Jochnowitz’ research involves the death penalty, capital juror decision making, mental health and intellectual disability defenses, and the structural causes of wrongful convictions

Other Qualifications or Comments:

Leona D. Jochnowitz, J.D./Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice at Curry College in Milton, Massachusetts. She teaches courses which include Criminal Law and Senior Capstone in hybrid and traditional formats, Restorative Justice, the Death Penalty, and Wrongful Convictions. Her recent articles include: WHETHER THE BRIGHT-LINE CUT-OFF RULE AND THE ADVERSARIAL EXPERT EXPLANATION OF ADAPTIVE FUNCTIONING EXACERBATES CAPITAL JUROR COMPREHENSION OF THE INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY, in 34 Touro Law Review 377 (July 2018). Her article Analyzing Wrongful Convictions Beyond the Traditional Canonical List of Errors, for Enduring Structural and Sociological Attributes, (Juveniles, Racism, Adversary System, Policing Policies) with student co-authors has been accepted and is pending publication.  She is a member of the New York State and Federal Bars, and is the book review editor for the Criminal Law Bulletin. 

 

Kang, Tamara Posted 11/28/18 - 2/28/19

Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:

Assistant Professor

Education:

Postdoctoral Fellow/DOJ Grant Project Manager (Fairleigh Dickinson University)
2017, Ph.D. in Legal Psychology, (University of Texas at El Paso)
2017, Graduate Certificate in Quantitative Methods (University of Texas at El Paso)
2015, M.A. in Clinical Psychology (University of Texas at El Paso)
2011, B.A. Criminology & Criminal Justice and Psychology (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)

Areas of Specialization:

Statistics, corrections, juvenile justice, implementation, assessment, translation research, policy & practice, mental health, juvenile sex offenders

Other Qualifications or Comments:

Experience with developing undergrad & grad courses, reaffirmation of accreditation, assessment of student learning outcomes, evaluation of academic programs, managing a Department of Justice grant, scale development, multi-site, multi-state implementation, & evaluation. Interest in teaching intro and advanced statistics, research methods, corrections (intro, assessment, rehabilitation), theories of criminal behavior, clinical issues and the legal system, forensic psychology, & juvenile justice.

 

McGuffog, Ingrid Posted 11/29/18 - 3/1/19

Curriculum Vitae
Position Sought:

Assistant Professor

Education:

PhD, Griffith University School of Criminology & Criminal Justice (2013)

Areas of Specialization:

Substance abuse, Drug policy, Women, Reentry, Program evaluation, Sociology of drugs and drug use, Critical criminology, Research methods  

Other Qualifications or Comments:

5 years of undergraduate teaching experience; prior private and university research consulting experience. Trained as an instructor by the Inside-Out Prison Exchange program. Nominated for college teaching excellence award two consecutive years. Experience directing honors thesis, currently directing a Master's thesis. Research collaborations in the community with reentry specialists. Particularly keen to teach quantitative and qualitative research methods, drugs and crime, as well as establish an Inside-Out course. Recent publication in Addiction (impact factor 6.04). Research interest in the drugs-crime-health nexus and challenges of reentry for women.

 

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