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PUBLICATIONS

Books

2017-- Alter-globalization in Southern Europe: Anatomy of a Social Movement, New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Refereed Journal Articles

2017    The Case of a Social Movement that Does Not Move: Alter-globalization in Southern Europe. Mediterranean Review, 9/3: 40-68.

2015    Embodying Progress: Aesthetic Surgery and Socioeconomic Change in South Korea. East Asian Science, Technology and Society (EASTS), Duke University Press, 9/3: 29-49.    

2014    Democratization and Good Governance in Myanmar/Burma, with Amit Arora. Journal of Corruption Studies, 19/1: 211-234.

2014    A Review of the Social, Cultural, Political and Economic Dimensions of the Senkaku/Diaoyu Island Dispute, with Betty Chemier. Journal of Northeast Asian Cultures, 39/1: 491-514.

2014    A Review of the Chinese, Russian, US and EU Strategies in the Korean Peninsula from 2006-2012, Journal of Northeast Asian Studies, 71/1: 323-346.

2013    Antonio Gramsci’s Political Philosophy and European Integration: A Review of Competing Perspectives in Contemporary Italy. Mediterranean Review, 6/2: 91-113.

2012    Italian Labor Market Reform: An Appraisal of the 2003 Biagi Law. Mediterranean Review, 5/1: 21-44.

2011    Experiences of State, Family and Body amongst North Korean Defectors Living in Seoul. Journal of Northeast Asian Cultures, 26/1: 579-600.

2011    Aesthetic Surgery and Social Change in South Korea. Korean Cultural Anthropology, 44/2: 359-389.

2011    A Study in Anthropology: The Anti-globalization Movement and the City of Naples. Journal of Mediterranean Studies, 13/1: 121-155.

Articles Under Review

2018    Chinese, Russian, US and EU Strategies in the Korean Peninsula. Submitted to Global Governance Journal.

Book Reviews

2009    Networking Futures: The Movements against Corporate Globalization, by J. Juris. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 15/3: 649-650.

2009    The Future of Europe: Reform or Decline, by A. Alesina and F. Giavazzi. Mediterranean Review, 2/2: 111–113.

Policy Publications

2013    North Korea & the UN Security Council: Action, Reaction, Trust, and Mistrust. Policy paper, International Peace Institute.

2012    North Korea in the East Asian Puzzle: Anthropological Perspectives for EU policy Developments. Briefing paper, European Institute for Asian Studies.

ONLINE PUBLICATIONS

2014    The PJD in Morocco: Strengths and Weaknesses, with Betty Chemier, Fair Observer, September 5.

2014    Is Putin Dividing Europe with his Ban on European Goods? with Betty Chemier, International Policy Digest, August 19.

2014    Rare Good News for West Papua, with Eric Plese, Asia Sentinel, July 24.

2014    Is it Possible to Use Web Intelligence to Forecast International Crises? Recorded Future, July 10.

2014    Tanger Med: Renault’s Investment in Morocco, with Betty Chemier, Fair Observer, July 6.

2014    With Europe’s Cold Winter in Mind, European Union Officials Meet to Discuss Russia, with Betty Chemier, International Policy Digest, June 27.

2014    Renewed Attention over Refugee Camps in Western Sahara, with Betty Chemier, International Policy Digest, June 26.

2014    The Pressure is on Morocco’s PJD Party Over its Human Rights Records, with Betty Chemier, International Policy Digest, June 26.

2014    West Papua at a Crossroads, with Theodore Milosevic, Asia Sentinel, January 10.

2014    Tunisia: Skirting Along a Precipice That Leads to Failed Statedom? with Eric Plese, Fair Observer, January 8.

2013    Predicting Recurring Patterns in Geopolitical Crises, Recorded Future, December 19.

2013    Iraqi Kurdistan: Oil Export to Turkey despite Baghdad’s Objection? with Musa Dan Karami, Middle East Strategic Perspectives, December 15.

2013    Programs that Keep Thailand’s North in Thaksin Camp, with Betty Chemier, Asia Sentinel, December 10.

2013    Bahrain: Pushing a New Image? with Theodore Milosevic, Fair Observer, December 13.

2013    Western Money and Social Dilemmas in Myanmar, with Theodore Milosevic, Asia Sentinel, December 4.

2013    Is Gaza Paying the Price for Geneva’s Iran Deal? with Betty Chemier, International Policy Digest, December 4.

2013    Is the Military taking Egypt a step back on the Road to Democracy? with Eric Plese, International Policy Digest. December 3.

2013    Bahrain: Government Pushes to Rehaul Image, Economy, with Theodore Milosevic, Middle East Strategic Perspectives, December 2.

2013    Geneva Agreement will lead to Regional Disunity, with Musa Dan Karami, International Policy Digest, November 28.

2013    Turkey and its Neighbors, Turning a New Page? with Eric Plese, International Policy Digest, November 13.

2013    Is North Korea Ripe for Another Round of Provocation and Mistrust? History Provides a Clue, The Futurist, November 11.

2013    Forecasting Tensions in the Middle East, Recorded Future, October 27.

2013    Diplomatic Dance Intensifies Over South China Sea’s Spratly Islands, with Betty Chemier, Global Observatory, October 25.

2013    Forecasting Political Stability in Myanmar, Recorded Future, October 24.

2013    US-Iran Rapprochement is a Mixed Blessing for Regional Stability, International Policy Digest, October 23.

2013    Iran-U.S. Honeymoon Likely to Decrease Tensions in Bahrain, International Policy Digest, October 2.

2013    Foreign Direct Investment in Myanmar will Increase Stability, International Policy Digest, October 2.

2013    Small Bite Possible as North Korea Keeps Barking, Global Observatory, April 8.

2013    North Korea’s Nuclear Test Part of Old Strategy, Global Observatory, February 21.

2012    Mickey Mouse in the DPRK: Signs of Reform or Simply Stageplay? Global Observatory, August 2.

GRANTS

Awarded

2018    LSE-Oxford Commission on State Fragility ($10000)

2018    Summer Research Grant, Mercy College ($4000 + 3 research assistants)

2016    Faculty Fellows Grant for pedagogical innovation, Mercy College ($5000)

2016-2018       Senate Micro-Grant for faculty-student interaction, Mercy College (~$1500/year)

2015-2017       Faculty Development Grant, Mercy College ($3000/year)

2010-2014       Korean Research Foundation, Pukyong National University ($9000/year)

2002-2008       Italian Cultural Association, Rising South Organization ($5000/year)

PUBLICATIONS

Bava, S. & Charles, L. (in process) Global mental health. [Invited chapter]

Bava, S. (in process). Supervision on the front lines. [Invited chapter]

Bava, S. (in review). Play-Oriented Pedagogy in Family Therapy Training. [Journal article]

Bava, S. (2018). Hyperlinked Identity: A Generative Resource in a Divisive World. In M. McGoldrick & K. Hardy (Eds.), Re-visioning Family Therapy.

Bava, S. & Greene, M. (2018). The Relational Book for Parenting. NY: ThinkPlayPartners

Bava, S. & Arora, K. (2018). An Unknown, Unnamable Journey:  Family Therapists in Complex Conversations as Muslim and Sikh Immigrants. In D. Trimble (Ed.), Engaging with Spirituality in Family Therapy, AFTA SpringerBriefs in Family Therapy. NY: Springer

Bava, S. (2018). Kathe Wiengarten. In J. L . Lebow, A. L. Chambers, & D. Breunlin (Eds.), Encyclopedia of couple and family therapy. New York: Springer.

Bava, S. Chaveste, R., & Molina, P. (2018). Collaborative-Dialogic Practices: A Socially Just Orientation. In C. Audet and D. Pare (Eds.), Social Justice and Counseling. NY: Routledge.

Bava, S. (2017). Creativity in Couple and Family Therapy. In J. L . Lebow, A. L. Chambers, & D. Breunlin (Eds.), Encyclopedia of couple and family therapy. New York: Springer. Available at: https://link.springer.com/referenceworkentry/10.1007/978-3-319-15877-8_226-1

Bava, S (2016). Making of a Spiritual/Religious Hyperlinked Identity.  In Duane R. Bidwell (ed.), Spirituality, Social Construction and Relational Processes. Chagrin Falls, Ohio: Taos Institute Publications

Co-author, (2015). Exploring how Context Matters in Addressing the Impact of Armed Conflict. In B. Hamber & E. Gallagher (Eds.) Psychosocial Perspectives on Peacebuilding. NY: Springer

Bava, S. (2014). Performative Practices, Performative Relationships—in and as Emergent Research. In Gail Simon and Alex Chard (eds.). Systemic Inquiry: Innovation in Reflexive Practice Research. UK: Everything is Connected Press.

Bava, S, Chaveste, R., McDonough, M., & Molina, P. (2013). Is Collaborative Practice Politically and Socially Sensitive? International Journal of Collaborative Practices. Available at: http://collaborative-practices.com/archived/volume-3-archives/faq/

Bava, S. & Saul, J. (2012). Implementing Collective Approaches in Mass Trauma and Loss in Western Contexts. In K. M. Gow, and M. J. Celinski. (eds.). Mass Trauma: Impact and Recovery Issues. New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Bava, S. & Levin, S. (2012). Collaborative Therapy: Performing Reflective and Dialogic Relationships.  In A. Lock and T. Strong (eds.). Discursive Perspectives in Therapeutic Practice. Oxford University Press.

Bava, S., Coffey, E., Weingarten, K., & Becker, C. (2010). Lessons in Collaboration, Four Years Post-Katrina. Family Process, 49(4), 543-558.

Bava, S. & Levin, S. (2007). Collaborative disaster response: Setting-up mental health services in a Mega-shelter. AFTA Monograph Series: Systemic Responses to Disaster: Stories of the Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

Bava, S. (2005). Community resiliency: Behavioral health and wellness process. The Nexus, 1 (8): 1-2.

Bava, S. (2005). Performance Methodology: Constructing Discourses and Discursive Practices in Family Therapy Research. In D. Sprenkle & F. Piercy (Eds.), Research Methods in Family Therapy (2nd Ed.). Guilford Press.

Bava, S. (Ed.). (2003). The Show Must Go On: Families Growing Through Divorce. Training Guide for Facilitators. (Available from Houston Galveston Institute, 3316 Mt. Vernon, Houston, TX 77006).

Bava, S. (2001). Transforming Performances: An Intern-researcher’s Hypertextual Journey in a Postmodern Community. (http://scholar.lib.vt.edu/theses/available/etd-01062002-234843/). Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA.

Bava, S., Burchard, C., Ichihashi, K., Irani, A., & Zunker, C. (2002). Conversing and Constructing Spirituality in a Postmodern Training Context. Journal of Family Psychotherapy, 13 (3/4).

Bava, S., Levin, S., & Tinaz, D. (2002). A Polyvocal Response to Trauma in a Postmodern Learning Community. Journal of Systematic Therapies, 21(2): 104-113.

Bava, S., & Tramonte, L. (2006). After Katrina: Creating and enhancing resiliency. Lakeline (MS Psychology Our Lady of the Lake University Houston Newsletter), Spring.

Gehart, D., Tarragona, M., & Bava, S. (2007). A Collaborative Approach to Research and Inquiry. In H. Anderson & D. Gehart (Eds.), Collaborative therapy: Conversations and relationships that make a difference. Brunner-Routledge.

Levin, S., & Bava, S. (2003). Not Your Usual Conversation About Ethics. Video. CA: Masterwork.

Saul, J. & Bava, S. (2009) Implementing Collective Approaches to Massive Trauma/Loss in Western Contexts: Implications for Recovery, Peacebuilding and Development. Sponsored by INCORE. Available at http://www.incore.ulst.ac.uk/pdfs/IDRCsaul.pdf

GRANT MONIES

Relational Play Videos. Faculty Development Grant $2822. Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY, 2018

Accessing Success in Learning Through Systemic Design. Teaching Innovation Grant $2500, Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY, 2018

Countering the Culture of Male Emotional Suppression, 2016 Healthy Public Challenge Civic Innovators Award, Civic Hall Labs and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, New York City, NY, 2016

Review of Popular Parenting Literature for Cultural Discourses of Emotions. Mercy College’s Student-Faculty Collaborative Grant $1000. Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY, 2016

How Design Thinkers Craft a Culture of Play for Generative Partnering and Leading. Faculty Development Grant $2323. Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY, 2016

Enhancing our Creative Potential for Internship: Creating with Uncertainty, Difference, and Change. Teaching Innovation Grant for 2015-2016, Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY

Co-Creating Conditions for Learning. Faculty Fellow 2015-2016, Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning, Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY

Chinese Traditional Culture and Postmodern Psychology: What is Play? Faculty Development Grant $3000. Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY, 2014

Play: An Interactive Online Dialogue, Faculty Development Grant $3000. Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY, Spring 2013

Designing ePortfolios: Students Developing Their Identity As Marriage and Family Therapist, Faculty Development Grant $3000. Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY, June 2011

Ike Disaster Mental Health, United Way of Greater Houston $15,000.00. Houston Galveston Institute, Houston TX, May 2009

Operation Funds, Rockwell Foundation $25,419.00. Houston Galveston Institute, Houston TX, 2009

Rolling Conversations, St. Luke's Episcopal Health Charities, $40,000.00. Houston Galveston Institute, Houston TX, April 1, 2008-May 30, 2009

Rolling Conversations, United Way of Greater Houston, $34,300.00. Houston Galveston Institute, Houston TX, January 30, 2008

Building Community Resiliency, Houston Area Urban League/American Red Cross, $95,000.00. Houston Galveston Institute, Houston TX, January 22, 2008-December 31, 2008

Active Community Therapy: Responsive Partnership Model, funded by United Way of Houston, $53,236.00. Houston Galveston Institute, Houston TX, March 15, 2007-December 15, 2007

Community Partnership for Resiliency, funded by United Way of Houston and the Houston Katrina/Rita Fund, $75,857.00. Houston Galveston Institute, Houston TX, May 1, 2006-April 30, 2007

Filling the Gaps: Responding to Katrina/Rita, funded by United Way of the Texas Gulf Coast, Houston, $59,280.00. Houston Galveston Institute, Houston TX, December 15, 2005 – June 15 2006

Families Enacting Divorce: Performing Possibilities, funded by the Office of the Attorney General, Texas, $318,780.00. Houston Galveston Institute, Houston, TX, December 2001-August 2003

First Student Social Work Annual Conference, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Bombay, India, 1991-1992

CONSULTANCY, KEYNOTE & TRAINING

Consultant, Parent Engagement, Xavier Academy, Houston, TX, August 20, 2018

Co-Trainer, Research as Story-telling: Learning with Our Clients as an Everyday Practice, HGI, Houston, TX, August 17, 2018

Trainer, Co-Creating Culture & Leadership in a Trauma-Focused Context: Engaging the Power of Relationality, Staff Retreat for Kingsbridge Heights Community Center, June 28, 2018

Trainer, Playing For Keeps: Engaging the Power of Play in Couple Relationships, Ackerman Institute, New York, November, 2017

Plenary Speaker, The Politics of Personhood and Clinical Work: Reflecting on our Fluid, Emergent, and Performative Identities, American Family Therapy Academy Annual Conference, June 1, 2017

Trainer/Consultant, Community Engagement, The New York City Mental Health Service Corps (MHSC), a key initiative of Thrive NYC, May 2017 to February 2018

Plenary Panel Member, Novice and Experienced Joining the Paths of Research, Third International Conference of Collaborative and Dialogic Practices, April 1, 2017, Canary Islands, Spain

Co-trainer, Learning with Our Clients: Everyday Research in Practice, Houston Galveston Institute, HGI's International Certificate in Collaborative-Dialogic Practices, Houston, Texas, April 1-2, 2016

Trainer, Playing For Keeps: Engaging the Power of Play in Couple Relationships, Ackerman Institute, Alumni Lecture Series, New York, November 14, 2014

Trainer, Engaging Your Creativity to Dance with Uncertainty and Change. Imagineering Institute and The Performatory, NHTV, Breda, Netherlands, September 17, 2014

Consultant, M.S. program in Relational Leading, Taos Institute, US, 2013-2014

Keynote Speaker, Collaborative-Dialogic Practices, 2013 Chinese Traditional Culture & Postmodern Psychology Conference, Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China, December 7, 2013

Trainer, Collaborative Therapy: Playing and Engaging with Uncertainty and Not-Knowing. Beijing, China, December 6, 2013

Trainer, Dance of Coupling: Powerful Ways to Embrace Our Differences. Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, India, July 2-27, 2013

Trainer, Couple’s Therapy: Playing and Engaging with Uncertainty and the Unexpected. Kanankil Institute, Merida, Mexico, June 22, 2013

Workshop facilitator with Dr. Harlene Anderson, Collaborative Practices in Family Therapy, Education and Coaching, China, May 4-16, 2012

Co-Trainer, Collaborative Practices: Clinical and Community Contexts. Houston Galveston Institute, Houston, TX, February 2-3, 2012

Consultant, Organizational Mission and Strategy. International Trauma Studies Program, NYC, NY, 2010

Trainer, Disaster Response: Trauma and Resiliency. Houston Galveston Institute, Houston, TX, October 9-November 20, 2008

Plenary Speaker, Multicultural Ethics, Texas University and Counseling Centers Directors Association, South Padre Island, TX, April 9, 2008

Co-Trainer, Leadership Training for Disaster Preparedness. City of Houston Disaster Mental Health Team, Houston, 2008

Co-Trainer, Disaster Preparedness. City of Houston Disaster Mental Health Team, Houston, March 29, 2007; July 12, 2007

Trainer, Constructing Your Professional Identity. Houston Galveston Institute, Houston, TX, June, 2005, 2006

 

Trainer, Cultural Sensitivity: Framing Difference and Similarities. Montgomery Community Youth Service, Conroe, TX, November 19, 2004

Co-Trainer, Playing with Postmodernism: Practice, Process, Performance and Psychotherapy. Navajo Nation Mental Health Providers, New Mexico, April 14-16, 2004

Co-Facilitator, Leadership Retreat. Texas Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Board Retreat, Austin, TX, February 6 & 7, 2004

Co-Trainer, Performing in Groups. Community Youth Service, Houston, TX, August 8, 2003.

Co-Consultant, Capacity Building of Social Service Providers, Zagreb, Croatia, October 21-14, 2002

Consultant, International Curriculum, Supporting Educational Programs in India. Houston Community College System and University of Delhi, Houston, TX, June 2000

PRESENTATIONS

Presenter, Play: A Pathway of/for Relational Activism, American Family Therapy Academy Annual Conference, Austin, TX, June 22, 2018

Interest Group Host, Creating Teaching and Learning Practices: Sharing Post-Oppositional Pedagogical Practices, American Family Therapy Academy Annual Conference, Austin, TX, June 22, 2018

Host, Creative Teaching and Learning Practices Interest Group: Engaging Uncertainty and Vulnerability in Today's Political Climate, American Family Therapy Academy Annual Conference, June 1, 2017

Presenter, Creative Teaching/Learning Relationships that Foster a Growth Mindset, American Family Therapy Academy Annual Conference, June 3, 2017

Co-Presenter, Cultural Discourses in Popular Parenting Literature about Emotions, American Family Therapy Academy Annual Conference, June 3, 2017

Online Forum Host, Intertextuality and/or Intersectionality: Stories of Teaching/Learning in the Current Political Climate, Taos Institute, April 28, 2017

Co-Presenter, Collaborative and Dialogic Practices: A Socially Just Orientation, Third International Conference of Collaborative and Dialogic Practices, March 29, 2017, Canary Islands, Spain

Guest Speaker, Relationships that Foster a Growth Mindset, SSBS Faculty Dinner, Mercy College, NY October 27, 2017

Presenter, Play-Oriented Pedagogy: A Pathway to Student Engagement, Performing the World Conference, NYC, 2016

Co-Presenter, “Teaching” Socially Just Clinical Practice, AFTA Annual meeting & open conference, Denver, CO, June 25, 2016

Co-Presenter, Clinical Practice in the Digital World: TeleTherapy & Social Media, AFTA Annual meeting & open conference, Denver, CO, June 25, 2016

Co-Presenter, Wild Wild West of Online Therapy, NYAMFT Metro Chapter, NYC, NY, April 15, 2016

Co-Facilitator, Learning with Our Clients: Everyday Research in Practice under the auspices of the HGI's International Certificate in Collaborative-Dialogic Practices, Houston Texas, April 1-2, 2016

Panel member, Hosting Difficult Conversations: CPR Model on the Panel “Fostering a Culturally Competent Teaching and Learning Environment”, Faculty Seminar Day, Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY, March 8, 2016

Organizer & Co-Facilitator, Diversity on Campus: It’s Time to Talk, Faculty Seminar Day, Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY, March 8, 2016

Facilitator, Creating Innovative Collaborative and Dialogic Practices in Research, Conference organized by Taos Institute, Sante Fe, NM, May 1, 2015

Co-Facilitator, Applying Improv Principles to Your Corner of the World, Conference organized by Taos Institute, Sante Fe, NM, May 1, 2015

Organizer & Panel member, Enabling Civic Engagement and Global Activism in Our Classes and Communities, Faculty Day Seminar, Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY, March 10, 2015

Invited Workshop Facilitator, Playing For Keeps: Engaging the Power of Play in Couple Relationships, Metro Chapter of NYAMFT, New York, June 20, 2014

Invited Workshop Facilitator, Play Space: Creating and Engaging our Wellbeing. AFTA, Athens, Georgia, June 7, 2013

 Poster Presentation, What is Play? How do Adults Play? Faculty Day Seminar, Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY, March 11, 2014

 Panel member, Global, Cultural and Diversity Issues across the Curriculum and the Mercy College Community, Faculty Day Seminar, Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY, March 11, 2014

Presenter, Collaborative Inquiry, International Summer Institute, Playa del Carmen, June 16-21, 2013

Presenter, Creating Possibilities for Change: How Therapists Play, AFTA, Chicago, June 7, 2013

Co-Presenter, Embracing A Transformative Perspective: Inquiring of Ourselves and Our Professional Practices, AFTA, Chicago, June 7, 2013

Presenter, Collaborative Emergence: Engaging Uncertainty to Become a Playful Therapist, Conversation Fest, League City, TX, March 16, 2013

Co-Presenter, Deconstructing Therapy and Training: Let’s Have a Conversation, Conversation Fest, League City, TX, March 16, 2013

Co-Presenter, Working with Uncomfortable and Unpopular Clients and their Issues: Challenges to Moral, Ethical and Clinical Judgments, Conversation Fest, League City, TX, March 15, 2013

Co-Presenter, Co-enacting a Dance of In-tensions: The art and practice of openness. Enriching Collaborative Practices Across Cultural Borders: Constructing Alternatives in Psychotherapy, Education, Community & Organization Development and Research Practices, Merida, Mexico, March 21, 2012

Presenter, Content to Context: Models of Connective Learning. Faculty Day Seminar, Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY, March 6, 2012

Presenter, Virtual Identity Construction: Action research on Engaging Students to design e-portfolios. American Family Therapy Academy, Baltimore, MD, June 23, 2011

Plenary Co-Speaker, Performing Life: A Serious Play at The Play with Purpose: Relational and Performative Practices in Everyday Life Seminar at Sea, Houston Galveston Institute and Taos Institute, February 6, 2011

Co-Presenter, Best Practices in Response to Disaster. American Family Therapy Academy, New Orleans, LA, June 21, 2009

Co-Presenter, Dialogues with the Community: Social Engagement as a Practice of Mental Health, Taos Institute Conference on Dialogues that Deliver, Sarasota, FL, September 26, 2008

Co-Presenter, Implementing Collective Approaches to Massive Trauma/Loss in Western Contexts: Implications for Recovery, Peace-building and Development. An International Conference hosted by INCORE on Trauma, Development, and Peacebuilding: Towards an Integrated Psychosocial Approach, Delhi, India, 10 September 2008

Presenter, Community Engagement for Disaster-Related Inquiry: An Insider’s Act. Fourth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, May 17, 2008

Panel Chair, Participatory Action Research: Engaging Collaboratively with Those Who Have Experienced Disasters.  Fourth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, May 17, 2008

Presenter, Multicultural Ethics, Texas University and Counseling Centers Conference (TUCCC), Houston, TX, February 8, 2008

Presenter, The Aftermath of an Injury: A Behavioral Health Perspective. Contractor Safety Management Conference, American Petroleum Institute, Houston, TX, November 6, 2007

Co-Presenter, MFTs as Agents of Hope During Disaster. American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, 65th annual conference, Long Beach, CA, October 13, 2007

Panelist, Creating an AFTA Action Group for Best Practices in Response to Disaster. American Family Therapy Academy, Vancouver, Canada, June 21, 2007

Presenter, Pre-International Summer Institute & International Summer Institute, Houston Galveston Institute, Playa del Carmen, Mexico, June 15-18, 2007

Presenter, Disaster Mental Health. Gulf Coast chapter of American Society of Safety Engineers, Houston, TX

Presenter, LMFT Prep Track: Collaborative Language Systems and Narrative Therapy. American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, annual conference, Austin, TX, October 20, 2006

Organizer, Making Music Together: Dialogical Processes in Relationships. Galveston Symposium, Austin, October 16-18, 2006.

Presenter, Disaster Mental Health Response, Katrina Aid Today, Austin, TX September 20, 2006.

Co-presenter, Mental Health Response to Katrina: A Perspective, Texas Victim Services Association, Houston, TX, September 14, 2006.

Co-presenter, Creating a Playful Space for Families to Connect, 17th Annual Family Preservation Conference, San Antonio, TX, September 6, 2006.

Presenter, Suicide and Family Therapy, Family Therapy Student Association, University of Houston, Clear Lake, Houston, TX, August 25, 2006.

Panel member, Crises Response, Houston Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, Houston, TX, May 19, 2006.

Co-presenter, MFTs Role in Disasters, Texas Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, annual conference, Houston, TX, January 18, 2006

Presenter, Playing Space: Improvising a Different Language, Social Construction: A Celebration of Collaborative Practices Conference, Taos Institute, Taos, NM, October 7, 2005.

Presenter, Purposeful Play: Enhancing Creativity, Houston Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, Houston, TX, April 15, 2005

Co-presenter, Enhancing your Creative Performance, Texas Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, annual conference, Plano, TX, January 29, 2005

Co-presenter, Evolving/Learning Voices: Internships and Ongoing Conversations, Texas Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, annual conference, Plano, TX, January 28, 2005

Co-presenter, Communities in Conversation Project, Texas Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, annual conference, Houston, TX, January 17, 2004

Co-presenter, Social Construction and Performance: Playing with Theory. Texas Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, annual conference, Houston, TX, January 16, 2004

Panel Moderator, Are our Children Overdiagnosed and Overmedicated? Texas Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, annual conference, Houston, TX, January 16, 2004

Theme Co-Leader, Performing and Transforming: Acting Anew, Transforming Dialogues: Changing Practices, International Conference, League City, TX, April 10-13, 2003

Institute Co-presenter, Families Enacting Divorce: A Show of Hope. Texas Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, annual conference, Dallas, TX, January 23, 2003

Workshop co-presenter, Families Enacting Divorce: Keeping Children Center Stage, The Child’s Voice, 2002 Conference of the Texas Chapter of Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, Irving, TX, September 27, 2002

Workshop Co-presenter, "Supervision": A Collaborative Language Systems Approach. American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, 58th annual conference, Denver, CO, November 4, 2000

Roundtable Presenter, Autoethnography: Research Tool for Postmodernists. American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, 58th annual conference, Denver, CO, November 3, 2000

Workshop Presenter, Creating a Learning Community: Social Constructionist Research in Action. Social Construction and Human Transformation, International Conference, Galveston, TX, September 21-24, 2000

Guest Lecturer, Postmodern Approach to therapy. Social Work School, University of Houston, Houston, TX, March 2000

Symposium Facilitator, HGI Annual Winter Symposium, Houston, TX, January, 24, 2000

Poster Presenter, Managing and Organizing Qualitative Data Using Word 97. American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, 57th annual conference, Chicago, IL , October 8, 1999

Panel Member, Multi- and Cross-Cultural Therapists' Voices. Houston Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, monthly program, Houston, TX, June 18, 1999

Presenter, Building a Community of New Transcontinental Family Therapist Professionals. International Family Therapy Association, XI World Congress, Akron, Ohio, April 14-16, 1999

Panel Member, Postmodern Supervision. Texas Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, annual conference, San Antonio, TX, January 29, 1999

Poster Presenter, Building Adult Caregiver Strengths: An Ethnographic Study. American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, 56th annual conference, Dallas, TX, October 16, 1998

Coordinator and moderator for a panel discussion on Research in the Postmodern World: My Experiences. Quint State Symposium on Child and Family Development, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA, March 15, 1997

Guest lecture: ‘Working with Older Adults’ for undergraduate course, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA, Spring, 1997

Invited Presenter, Providing Support and Strength to Caregivers. Sponsored by Virginia Coalition for the Prevention of Elder Abuse and Virginia Tech Center for Gerontology, Blacksburg, VA, November 6, 1996

Panel member, Growing Up as a Woman Around the World. Sponsored by Women’s Center at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA, August 15, 1996

Workshop Presenter, Strength - Based Adult Caregivers’ Group. Southeastern Symposium on Child and Family Studies, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, NC, April 18-20, 1996

Guest lecturer, Sexuality in India for undergraduate course, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA,  Spring, 1996

Guest lecturer, Aging in India for undergraduate course, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA,  Fall, 1995 and Fall, 1996

PUBLICATIONS AND ACCREDITATION WORKS

Bennett-Speight, Carol. (March 2018). Re-accreditation Self-Study and Outcome Measures. Mercy College Social Work Program, Council on Social Work Education (CSWE).

Bennett-Speight, C. (2015) Balancing of Work and Family Needs, Ethics and Family. Edited by Czeslaw Karkowski, Cognella, Inc. Ch. 20.

Bennett-Speight, C. (2014) Mercy College Marketing/GAP Analysis for Masters in Social Work Program.  In affiliation with Mercy College.

Bennett-Speight, C., (2012) New York State Department of Education, (NYDE) approval of the Bronx Campus for Senior Classes. In affiliation with Mercy College.

Bennett-Speight, Carol, (2011) Restoration Report. Restore Mercy College Social Work Program to full-accredited status, Council on Social Work Education (CSWE).

Bennett-Speight, Carol. (October, 2007).  Self Care: Learning to be “Dexterous and Deft.” Rhode Island College School of Social Work. The Advocate, 3 (1), 1-3.

Bennett-Speight, Carol. (Fall 2005 and winter, 2006). Deans Update the School of Social Work, Rhode Island College.  Rhode Island College Alumni.  

Bennett-Speight, Carol. (January, 2002). Re-accreditation Self-Study and Outcome Measures. Cabrini College Social Work Program, Council on Social Work Education (CSWE).         

Bennett-Speight, Carol.  (2002). Book review of Cohen-Almagor, Raphael. The Right to die with Dignity: an Agreement in Ethics, Medicine, and Law.  Rutgers University Press. Affilia, 17 (3), 395-397.

Bennett-Speight, Carol.  (March, 1999). Interim Report for June 1999 Commission Review for Cabrini College Social Work Program, Council on Social Work Education (CSWE).

Bennett-Speight, Carol.  (December, 1997). Initial Accreditation Self-Study, Cabrini College Social Work Program, Cabrini College. Council on Social Work Education (CSWE).

Bennett-Speight, Carol.  (May, 1996). “Mules uh de World” Profile of Employed African American Elder/Adult Dependent Caregivers: The Impact of Family and Employment Role Responsibilities. Dissertation, University of Pennsylvania.

Beaucheane, K. and Bennett-Speight, C. (Nov. /Dec., 1994). “An Update: The Family and Medical Leave Act.” EAPA Exchange Magazine.

Bennett-Speight, Carol. (June, 1991). “Balancing Elder Caregiving and Work Responsibilities: The EAP's Challenge.” EAPA Exchange Magazine.

Bennett-Speight, Carol. (September, 1990). "Employees Offered Confidential Counseling and Support." The Compass.  [A University of Pennsylvania publication].

Bennett-Speight, Carol.  (April, 1990). “Employed Caregivers at the University of Pennsylvania: Evaluating the Faculty/Staff Assistance Program Services to Employed Caregivers.” (Unpublished).

Bennett-Speight, Carol (January, 1990). “Caring for Elderly Relatives is a Growing Source of Stress.” The Compass.  A University of Pennsylvania publication.

Bennett-Speight, Carol. (September 1989).  “Who We Are, What We Do.” The Compass. A University of Pennsylvania publication.

Bennett-Speight, Carol. (January, 1989).       “Paving the Road to Recovery for 'Man Junkies.” The Compass.  A University of Pennsylvania publication.

Bennett-Speight, Carol. (October, 1988).  "Helping Substance Abusers Back on Their Feet.” The Compass. A University of Pennsylvania publication.

Bennett-Speight, Carol. (March, 1988).  "Counseling Available for Penn Supervisors.” The Compass.  A University of Pennsylvania publication.

Bennett-Speight, Carol. (January 1988). "Survival Strategies for Single Parents." The Compass.  A University of Pennsylvania publication.

PRESENTATIONS

Faculty Development Workshop, School of Social and Behavioral Science (SSBS) Student Learning Outcome Findings for SSBS. Mercy College, spring 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018.

Faculty Mentoring Workshop, Mercy College Faculty Development (Spring 2018)

Spring Faculty Seminar:  (March 2016) Culturally Inclusive teaching and Learning for the Whole Student.  “Moving from a Multicultural Approach to Critical Race Theory in the Classroom:  Provi9ded an introduction to critical race theory and strategies for incorporating its principles into curricular content and process.  Co-presenters:  Emily Murphy, LMSW, and Carolyn Hanesworth, MSW, LCSW

Faculty Development Workshop, Round Table: Assessment of Student Learning. Mercy College, spring 2012.

Plan of Assessment of Student Learning, School of Social and Behavioral Science, Mercy College, March 30, 2012.

“Preparing for College.”  Slater Jr. High School, Pawtucket, Rhode Island.  RI Board of Governors for Higher Education, November 9, 2006.

Envisioning and Achieving:  Administrative Leadership to Advance the Mission of a Comprehensive State College.”  European-American University Form and the Sixteenth Annual International Conference of American Association of University Administrators.  Cracow University, Cracow, Poland, October 22 -28, 2006.

“Children and Community: What’s the Connection?” Local Initiatives Support Corporation, Providence, Rhode Island, April 10, 2006.           

“The Influence of Economic, Political and Cultural Forces on Public Policy Development in the United States.”  First Annual Spring Lecture Series on Public Policy Problems, Providence Rhode Island, March 28, 2006.

“Integrating Cultural Competence in Geriatric Clinical Care.”  Rhode Island Geriatric Education Center, March 20, 2006.

“Embracing Our History and Empowering Our Comunities – Because We Must.” The National Association of Black Law Enforcement Officers. Rhode Island Minority Police Association Annual Conference, October, 2005.

“How to Care for Ourselves While Caring for the Children.”  A conference by the Widener University Center for Social Work Education and the Family & Community Services of Delaware County, Chester, PA – May 2002.

“Feeling Good – Growing Older: Pulling It All Together”  co-sponsored by the Continuing Education Alumni Advisory Board and the Social Work Department of Cabrini College in recognition of Social Work Month, Radnor, PA – March, 2001.

“Coping Skills for Caregivers: What About Me?”  Bennett-Speight, DSW and Sr. Eileen Currie, MSC presenters.  Resources for an Aging Population Conference.  Co-sponsored by the Continuing Education Alumni Advisory Board and the Social Work Department of Cabrini College in recognition of Social Work Month. Radnor, PA.  March 2000. 

“Seniors and Gambling.”  The 13th National Conference on Problem Gambling, Detroit, Michigan, June 4-6, 1999.

“Profile of Employed African American Elder/Adult Dependent Caregivers:  The Impact of Spirituality on Role Responsibilities.”  The 15th National Conference of the Society for Spirituality and Social Work.  St. Louis, Missouri, June 26-28, 1999.

“Employed African American Informal Caregivers,” National Employee Assistance Association, Baltimore, MD.  November 16, 1998.

“Aging and Special Needs Issues in the Workplace.”  National Work and Family Conference of the Employee Assistance Professional Association.  November 14, 1997.

“Dependent Care Across the Life Cycle.”  Employee Assistance Professional Association (EAPA), Chicago Ill., November 1996.

“Profile of Employed African American Caregivers.”  International Employee Assistance Professional in Education Association (IEAPEA), Chicago, Ill, November 1996.

“Overcoming Test Anxiety.”  Sponsored by the Veteran's Upward Bound Programs, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA. February 1996.

Chair/Moderator, Work and Family Round Table, EAPA National Conference, Seattle Washington, November 1995.

“Diversity 2000,” American Council of Education/National Identification Program Conference, Baltimore, MD, June 1995.

“Employee Assistance Panel   Social Policy in the Workplace.” Sponsored by the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, April 1995.

“Coping with Change in the Workplace.” Keynote Address and Speaker, Annual Benefits Fair, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, April 1995.

“Work and Family,” Employee Assistance Society of North American (EASNA), Montreal, Canada, May 1994.

“The Eldercare Connection,” Employee Assistance Professional Association (EAPA) National Conference, Anaheim, CA, November 1994.

Chair/Moderator, Work and Family Round Table, EAPA National Conference, Anaheim, CA, November 1994.

“Elder Care and The Workplace”: Sponsored by the Philadelphia Corporation for Aging and the Delaware Valley Employee Assistance Program, Philadelphia, PA, November 1993.

“The Eldercare Connection”, EAPA Eastern Regional Conference, Williamsburg, Virginia, July 1993.

“Employee Assistance Programs and Eldercare: What Is The Role of EAPs?” Sponsored by the American Society on Aging, San Diego, California, March 1992.

“Job Search and Negotiation Strategies.” Keynote address, Fourth Annual Social Worker Fair, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, March 1991.

“Gauging the Effectiveness of Employee Assistance Program.” Panel member, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, November 1990.

“Response to Organizational Change.” Human Resources Personnel Representatives Retreat, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, October 1990.

“Working Women with Substance Abuse Problems: Special Needs and Responses.” Eagleville Hospital, Eagleville, PA, October 1990.

“Implementing a Child Care Referral Program within an Employee Assistance Program.” National EAPA Conference, New Orleans, LA, October 1990.

“Problem Solving and Refining Managerial Skills.” Executive Leadership Institute of the National Association of Black Public Administrators, the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, November 1989.

GRANTS AND AWARDS

Mercy College Faculty Senate Micro Grant:  $1,500 for Social Welfare Policy Day, Albany New York.  (March 2017)

Mercy College Faculty Senate Micro Grant:  $1,500 for Social Welfare Policy Day, Albany New York.  (March 2016)

In conjunction with the Poverty Institute initiated and raised $55,000 for the Nancy Gewirtz Scholarship fund at Rhode Island College School of Social Work. 2006-2008)

Assisted in obtaining $100.000 from the Nina Foundation to establish “Nina House” at Rhode Island College, a visitation center for children separated from their families. (2006-2008)

Rhode Island Minority Police Association Community Service and Achievement Award: Certificate in recognition of selfless efforts, dedication and commitment to service through action, which has strengthened and empowered communities of color and low income families throughout the State of Rhode Island (2005).

Christian R. & Mary F. Lindback Minority Junior Faculty Grant in the amount of $15,000 in support of research entitled “The Interlocking Structures of Cultural Demands, Social Class, Education, Social Mobility and Family Arrangements in African-American Mother-Daughter Relationships” (2004). Cabrini College

Faculty Development Summer Grant: An award of $1500 to assist in the data analysis of the research project, “The Interlocking Structures of Cultural Demands, Social Class, Education, Social Mobility and Family Arrangements in the African-American Mother-Daughter Relationship” ( 2002). Cabrini College

Faculty Development Summer Grant: an award of $1000 to attend conference and develop course on Social Work and the Aging Society (1999). Cabrini College.

GRANTS, AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS

Researcher with J. Kim.  Faculty Development Grant – Mercy College, Secondary data analysis and publication, Topic: Citizens’ Attitude Toward Police Activities. Fall 2018, $3000.

Member with D. Balancio, A. Dacey and C. Hanesworth.  Senate Micro Grant, Teaching innovation award, 2017-2018 – The Mercy Listening Lab, $1500. Organize several meetings in Bronx campus that allow students to openly speak about controversial topics of interest to them, while learning the skills of dialoguing with others who have a different point of view than them. 

Researcher with J. Kim.  Faculty Development Grant – Mercy College, Secondary data analysis and publication, Topic: Police Occupational Stress and Violent Behavior, Spring 2017, $3000.

PI – Fahs-Beck Foundation, Juramentos as an Ancillary Modality in Prevention, Treatment and Harm Reduction and Recidivism of Alcohol and Substance Abusers, October 2013, $19061, Not Funded.

Administrative Grant obtained to fund faculty payment for creation of online degree version of courses– UTEP Provost’s Office. Strategic Conversions and Expansions Distance Education Effort. June 2013, $40,000.

PI – National Institute of Heath, Diversity-promoting Institutions’ Drug Abuse Research Development Program: Receptivity to the Use of Juramentos as a Substance Abuse Social Control Mechanism by Roman Catholic Priests and Treatment Agencies in U.S. Mexican Border Communities project, with Dr. Louis Lieberman. Funded: March 2011-February 2013, $49,000.

Institutional Grant Collaborator and PI in one of the projects – NIH, Diversity-promoting Institutions' Drug Abuse Research Development Program. UTEP: Vulnerability Issues in Drug Abuse (VIDA), training and research grant, 2010, $416,565 on year 1 (5-year project). Funded: March 2011- February 2016.

PI – Hispanic Health Disparity Research Center, Juramento as an Ancillary Modality in Prevention, Treatment, Harm Reduction and Recidivism of Hispanic Alcohol and other Substance Abusers in Border Communities, 2010, (Revised and Resubmitted 2011), $15,000. Not Funded.

PI – Paso del Norte Health Foundation. Secondary analysis of Center for Disease Control’s Behavior Risk Factor Surveillance System data, Spring 2008, $4,000.

Researcher – State of Florida Lottery Commission. Secondary Analysis of Florida Youth Survey, 2005-2006, $21,000.

PI – Guggenheim Foundation. Feasibility of integrating use of family and religion in alcohol and drug treatment programs in US cities with large Hispanics populations, 2004, $50,000. Not Funded.

Fulbright Research Scholar (January-June, 2003). Research on outreach and client retention approaches used by alcohol and drug treatment programs throughout Mexico. Host: Instituto Nacional de Salud Publica, $19,200.

Co-principal Investigator – State of Florida Lottery Commission. Gambling Education and Prevention Needs Assessment for Juveniles in Residential Detention Centers of the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, 2002, $25,000.

Outstanding Professor Award – University of South Florida, Sarasota-Manatee (5/01).

Robert E. Gilleece Fellowship (1990-1994) – City University of NY. Merit award, $60,000.

Graduate Tuition Fellowship (1990-1994), $4,000.

PUBLICATIONS

Books:

Cuadrado, M., & Lieberman, L. Traditional Family Values and Substance Abuse: The Hispanic Contribution to an Alternative Prevention and Treatment Approach, Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York, NY, 2002.

Monographs:

Lieberman, L., & Cuadrado, M. Gambling, Problem Gambling, and Criminality in an Arrestee Population, June 2010, Florida Council on Compulsive Gambling and Florida Gambling Commission.

Lieberman, L., & Cuadrado, M. Gambling Among Florida Middle and High School Students, June 2006, Florida Council on Compulsive Gambling and Florida Gambling Commission.

Lieberman, L., & Cuadrado, M. Gambling Education and Prevention Needs Assessment for Juveniles in Residential Detention Centers of the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, November 2002, Florida Council on Compulsive Gambling and Florida Gambling Commission.

Lieberman, L., & Cuadrado, M. Evaluation of the Florida Problem Gambling Referral Hotline. The Florida Lottery: Annually 1993-1999.

Lieberman, L., & Cuadrado, M. Summary Data on Florida High School Student Gambling. Florida Council on Compulsive Gambling, June 1996.

Journal Publications:

In preparation:

Kim, J., & Cuadrado, M. A test of general strain theory: Police stress and hyper-aggressive behavior. (In preparation, to be submitted to Police Quarterly).

Cuadrado, M. Receptivity of substance abuse treatment providers to Juramentos as a self- control mechanism for substance abusers along the US-Mexican border. (In preparation, to be submitted to Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment).

Submitted for Review:

Park, S. M., Kim, J. L., Park, H., Kim, Y., & Cuadrado, M. Social Constructions of Racial Images In Introductory Criminal Justice And Criminology Textbooks: A Content Analysis. Submitted to Race, Ethnicity and Education, March, 2018, Accepted August, 2018.

Simons, J., Wyttenbach, M., & Cuadrado, M. Narratives of School Counselors Regarding Advocacy for LGBTQ Students.  Submitted to Journal of Catholic Education, July, 2018.

Cuadrado, M., & Malick, A. Factors precipitating calls to a gambling help line: A comparison of Hispanic and Anglo callers. Submitted to the Journal of Gambling Studies, August, 2018.

Published:

Cuadrado, M. (2018). Roman Catholic Priests as Referral Source and Treatment Aide for Hispanics with Substance Misuse/Abuse Problems. Journal of Religion and Health, Vol. 52, No. 2, 609-621. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s1094

Cuadrado, M. (2014). Hispanic Use of Juramentos and Roman Catholic Priests as Auxiliaries to Abstaining from Alcohol Use/Misuse. Mental Health, Religion & Culture, Vol. 17, No, 10, 1015-1022, (DOI:10.1080/13674676.2014.995074

Cuadrado, M., & Lieberman, L. 2012. Use of a short gambling screen with an arrestee population: A feasibility study. Journal of Gambling Studies, Vol. 28, No2. DOI: 10.1007/s10899-011-9253-1.

Cuadrado, M., & Lieberman, L. 2011. The Virgin of Guadalupe as an ancillary modality for treating Hispanic substance abusers: Juramentos in the United States. Journal of Religion and Health, Vol. 50, No. 4. DOI: 10.1007/s10943-009-9304-4.

Lieberman, L., & Cuadrado, M. 2005. A Comparison of Male and Female Gambling Behaviors Prior to Detention in Florida Juvenile Justice Facilities, Journal for Juvenile Justice and Services, Vol. 20, No. 1.

Cuadrado, M. 1999. Comparison of Hispanic and Anglo calls to a Gambling Help Hotline, Journal of Gambling Studies, Vol. 15, No. 1.

Cuadrado, M., & Lieberman, L. 1998. Traditionalism in the Prevention of Drug Use Among Puerto Ricans. Substance Use and Misuse, Vol. 33, No. 14.

Wexler, H., Stevens, S., & Cuadrado, M. 1998. Residential Treatment for Women: Behavioral and Psychological Outcomes. Drugs & Society, Vol. 13, No. 1/2.

Cuadrado, M. 1997. Throw Away the Crutch of Bilingual Education- Box in textbook Writing About Diversity by Irene Clark, Harcourt Brace College Publishers.

Cuadrado, M. 1995. Female Police Officers: Gender Bias and Professionalism, American Journal of Police, Vol. 14, No. 2.

Lieberman, L., & Cuadrado, M.  1995. An Evaluation of Three Types of Vibrators for Use in Sexual Dysfunction Therapy printed and distributed by LPA-BROXO, Geneva, Switzerland.

Des Jarlais, D., Wish E., Friedman, S., Stoneburner, R., Yancovitz, S., Mildvan. D., Brady, E., & Cuadrado, M. 1987. Intravenous Drug Use and the Heterosexual Transmission of the Human Immunodeficiency Virus, New York State Journal of Medicine, Volume 87, May,

Wish, E., Martorana, J., & Cuadrado, M. 1986. Estimates of Drug Use in Intensive Supervision Probationers: Results from a Pilot Study, Federal Probation, December

PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS

“Factors Precipitating Hispanic Problem Gamblers’ Calls to a Help Hotline, Mercy Research Salon, Dobbs Ferry, NY, October 2017.

“Gambling: Not all Fun and Games.  Workshop. New Mexico Highlands University 2015 Substance Abuse Statewide Conference, Albuquerque NM, May 2015.

“Agency Engagement as a Teaching Tool for Criminal Justice Students.” Plenary by Invitation. Texas Community Service Association 19th Annual Conference, El Paso TX, October, 2014.

“Spirituality and Gambling among Hispanics: Implications for Treatment.” Presenter by Invitation. Addictions Technology Transfer Center (ATTC)/SAMHSA Annual Conference, Austin TX, October, 2014.

“Gambling in Hispanic and Latinos.” Webinar by invitation organized by Addictions Technology Transfer Center (ATTC)/SAMHSA. Part of Problem Gambling: Special Populations (Webinar 4 in 4-part series)", June 5, 2014.

“Receptivity to the Use of Juramentos as a Substance Abuse Social Control Mechanism by Roman Catholic Priests and Treatment Agencies in U.S. - Mexican Border Communities.” Vulnerabilities in Drug Abuse Issues (VIDA) colloquium, UTEP, September 2011.

“The impact of general health self-perception and engagement in health risk behaviors.” Poster session at United States and Mexico Border Health Association 66th Annual Meeting, Hermosillo MX, May 2008.

“Alcohol Consumption and Risk Behavior in Two Border Counties” with Louis Lieberman. Presented at United States and Mexico Border Health Association 66th Annual Meeting, Hermosillo MX, May 2008.

“Gambling and ATOD Among Florida Middle and High School Students” with Louis Lieberman. Presented at the Florida Council on Compulsive Gambling Conference, Orlando, FL, May 2006.

 “Pre-adjudication gambling behavior and risk level placement among youth in Florida Residential DJJ Facilities” with Louis Lieberman. Presented at American Society of Criminology 56th Annual Meeting, Nashville, TN, November 2004.

“A comparison of female and male gambling behaviors prior to placement in Juvenile Detention Facilities” with Louis Lieberman. Presented at 18th National Conference on Problem Gambling, Phoenix, AZ, June 2004.

“Reaching and Treating the Older Latino Compulsive Gambler” with Louis Lieberman.

Presented at the Florida Council on Compulsive Gambling Annual Conference, Orlando, FL, February 2001.

“Psychological Testing and Treatment Outcomes at a Women’s TC Program.”  Presented at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences meeting, Orlando, FL, March 1999.

“Gambling Problems Among Hispanics and Blacks.”  Presented at the Florida Council on Compulsive Gambling Annual Conference, Orlando, FL, February 1999.

“Spiritualism and Gambling.”  Presented at the Florida Council on Compulsive Gambling Annual Conference, Orlando, FL, February 1998.

“Impact of Traditionalism on Substance Abuse Among Puerto Ricans” with Louis Lieberman. Presented at Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences meeting, Louisville, KY, March 1997.

“Therapeutic Community Substance Abuse Treatment for Pregnant Women and Children: Outcome Findings” with Harry Wexler and Sally Stevens. Presented at the Annual Conference of the American Psychological Association, New York, August 1995.

“Public Sector Productivity: Evidence of Progress, Evidence of Problems” with Marc Holzer. Presented at the Annual Conference of the American Society for Public Administration, Los Angeles, California, April 1990.

“Alcohol Use and Crime in Manhattan” with Eric Wish et al. Presented at a poster session of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, New Orleans, February 1986.

“Drug Use and Crime in Male Arrestees: Age 16 to 20” with Eric Wish. Presented at a meeting of the New York State Division of Youth, Albany, New York, and July 1986.

 “Urine Testing of Arrestees: Findings from Manhattan” with Eric Wish and Elizabeth Brady. Presented at the National Institute of Justice sponsored conference, Drugs and Crime: Detecting Use and Reducing Risk, Washington, DC. 1986.

“Comparison of the Use of Thin Layer Chromatography and EMIT for Detecting Recent Drug Use by Arrestees” with Eric Wish et al. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Las Vegas, February 1985.

“Female Arrestees: The Most Serious Drug Abusers?” with Eric Wish et al.

Presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Diego, November 1985.

“The Prevalence of Recent Drug and Alcohol Use in Males Charged with Homicide in New York City” with Eric Wish and Elizabeth Brady. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Diego, November 1985.

“Preliminary Findings from Drug Use as a Predictor of Pre-trial Behavior in Arrestees Project” with Eric Wish and Elizabeth Brady. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Cincinnati, November 1984.

Presentations

National

Hahn, S. J.& Eynon Black, D. (2017, March). Incorporating the Netflix original series, Derek, in

the gerontology classroom. Resource Exchange: Association for Gerontology in Higher

Education. Miami, FL.

Applebaum, R., Kunkel, S., Carr, D., Gerst Emerson, K., Hahn, S. J., & Barret, L. (2017, March).

More than “doing us a favor”: Strategies for effective partnerships with community organizations. Symposium: Association for Gerontology in Higher Education. Miami, FL.

Yamashita, T., Hahn, S.J., Kinney, J.M. & Poon, L.W. (2016, November). Effects of aging-related documentaries on college students’ attitudes toward older people. Poster. Gerontological Society of America. New Orleans, LA.

FribergFelsted, K., Plant, A., Barrett, L., Hegland, E., Humber, K. Rader, J., Downer, B., & Hahn, S.J. (2016, March). The future of gerontology: Input and strategies from student perspectives. Symposium: Association for Gerontology in Higher Education. Long Beach, CA.

Hahn, S.J.& de Medieros, K. (2015, November). The contested meanings of home: The case of Mr.

M. in Aging in Place/out of Place: New Theoretical Directions in Environmental

Gerontology. Symposium: Gerontological Society of America. Orlando, FL.

Hahn, S.J., Hoogland, A., Hegland, E., & Downer, B. (2015, February). Celebrating our differences: Embracing the multicultural aspects of gerontological education to promote gerontological literacy. Symposium: Association for Gerontology in Higher Education. Nashville, TN.

Hahn, S.J. & Kinney, J.M. (2015, February).Lessons learned: Developing individual and program based assessments of student learning outcomes. Resource Exchange: Association for

Gerontology in Higher Education. Nashville, TN.

Hahn, S.J. & Ewen, H. H. (2014, November). Relationships among caregiving staff and residents:

Family, friends, fussing &fighting. Poster: Gerontological Society of America. Washington, D.C.

Hahn, S.J. & Ogle, K.K. (2014, May). Undergraduate’s perceptions of hospice. Poster: Association for Death Education and Counseling. Baltimore, MA.

Sauer, P., Hahn, S.J., Beanblossom, K., Kinney, J., & Lokon, E. (2012, November). Well- and ill- being: Results from video data analyses of an intergenerational art program for people with dementia. Paper: Gerontological Society of America. San Diego, CA.

Ewen, H., Bergman, E., & Hahn, S.J. (2012, November). Pushing the boundaries of knowledge: Dissertation topics of gerontology doctoral students. Poster: Gerontological Society of America. San Diego, CA.

 

Local and Regional

Ewen, H.H.  & Hahn, S.J. (2014, March). Living in senior housing: Decision making, relocation,

and adjustment. Presentation: Miami University Brown Bag. Oxford, OH.

Hahn, S.J. & Ogle, K.K. (2014, March). Undergraduate’s perceptions of hospice. Poster: Ohio

Association of Gerontology and Education. Dayton, OH.

Hahn, S.J. (2013, April). Caring for a person with dementia: Exploring time use with time diary methodology. Paper: Ohio Association of Gerontology and Education. Ashland, OH.

Grant Funding

Students’ Attitudes Toward Service-Learning: Issues and Challenges. Center for the Teaching Excellence (CTE): Minor Teaching Project for Individual or Small Groups of Graduate Students. Funding dates 02/2015 – 09/2015.

Total amount funded: $300.

Role: Principal Investigator.

Manuscripts in Preparation

de Medeiros, K., Hahn, S.J., & Rubinstein, R. Self and personhood in dementia care literature: A

review and analysis.

Hahn, S.J. & Kinney, J.M. When I’m 75: Addressing student attitudes with a non-survey tool.

Hahn, S.J. & Black, D. E. Using Netflix original series Derek as a gerontological learning tool.

Hahn, S.J. & de Medeiros, K. Contested meaning of home: The case of Mr. M.

PUBLICATIONS

Park, S. & Kim, J., Park, H., Kim, Y., & Cuadrado, M. (2018). Social constructions of racial images in introductory criminal justice and criminology textbooks: A content analysis (accepted). Race Ethnicity and Education. 

Kim, J., Vardalis, J., & Lim, H. (2017). The journey to crime: A test of the effects of demographics on crime mobility. Journal of British and American Studies, 40, 169-190.

Kim, Y., Kim, J., Kim, M., & Rodriguez, B. (2017). Which factors are influential in forming students’ perceptions of school resource officers (SRO)? Critical Issues in Justice and Politics, 10(1), 15-26.

Karademir, K., Kim, J., Wiatrowski, M., & Vardalis, J. (2017). Democratic policing and organizational learning in UN Police Mission. Critical Issues in Justice and Politics, 10(1), 81-96.

Rodriguez, B., Kim, J., & Kim, Y. (2017). Prison pre-release facilities in Texas: What effect do these programs have on offender success? Critical Issues in Justice and Politics, 10(1), 55-70.

Lim, H., Kim, J. & Chun, Y. (2016). Crime prevention effects of closed circuit television during weekday and weekend. Journal of Korean Public Police and Security Studies, 13(1), 189-210.

Kim, J., & Lim, H. (2016). Issues in policing: Problematic use of force in the United States. Journal of British and American Studies, 36, 309-335.

Kim, J., & Lim, H. (2016). Organizational stressor associated with six aspects of police officer stress in South Korea. The Journal of Police Science, 16(1), 105-142.

Lim, H., Kim, C., Eck, J., & Kim, J. (2016). The crime-reduction effects of open-street CCTV in South Korea. Security Journal, 29(2), 241-255.

Kim, J., Wells, W., Vardalis, J., Johnson, S., & Lim, H. (2015). Gender difference in police occupational stress: A study of the South Korean National Police Agency. International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice, 44, 163-182. 

Kim, J., Lee, H., Wells, W., & Vardalis, J. J. (2015). Organizational correlates of police officers’ attitudes toward use of force: A multilevel model. The Journal of Police Science, 15(3), 263-286.

Lee, H., Lim, H., Moore, D., & Kim, J. (2013). How police organizational structure correlates with frontline officers’ attitudes toward corruption: A multilevel model. Police Practice & Research, 14(5), 386-401.

Wells, W., Katz, C.M., & Kim, J. (2010). Firearm possession among arrestees in Trinidad and Tobago. Injury Prevention, 16(5), 337-342.

BOOK REVIEW

Kim, J. (2014).  Review of Religious Faith in Correctional Context. Review of Religious Research, 57(2), doi: 10.1007/s13644-015-0219-0.

PUBLICATIONS: NON-REFERRED

Kim, J. (2005). “The Role of District Police Chief.” Korea National Police Agency Handbook.

Kim, J., & Lee, H. (2000). “The Intelligence.” Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency Handbook.

Kim, J. & Lim, H. (2016). Determinants of citizens’ attitudes toward police activities: Comparison between Korea and the United States. The Collection of Treatises of the Public Security, 33, 107-216. .

REPORTS

Kim, J. & Lim, H. (2016). Executive summary for determinants of citizens’ attitudes toward police activities: Comparison between Korea and the United States. Report to the Commissioner General of Korea National Police Agency, The Republic of Korea (South Korea).

Wells, W., Katz, C.M., & Kim, J. (2008). Illegal Gun Markets in Trinidad and Tobago. Report to the Minister of National Security, Trinidad and Tobago.

WORKS IN PROGRESS

Kim, J. & Cuadrado, M. A test of General Strain Theory: Police stress and hyperaggressive behavior.

Kim, Y., Kim, J., & Park, S. Restorative justice through building an environmentally healthy community (submitted). Contemporary Justice Review: Issues in Criminal, Social, and Restorative Justice.

Kim, J. & Lim, H. Determinants of citizens’ attitudes toward police activities: Comparison between Korea and the United States.

Kim, J. & Rodriguez, B. The prisoner’s family: A review of the literature (submitted). Journal of Korean Public Police and Security Studies.

Kim, J., & Lim, H. A test of general strain theory: Police stress and hyperaggressive behavior.

Kim, J., Wiatrowski, M., & Vardalis, J. Democratic policing in the post conflict countries.

Wiatrowski, M., Kim, J., & Vardalis, J. Policing in the United States.

Lim, H. & Kim, J. Comparison crime prevention effect of open-street CCTV across day and night in Cincinnati.

Kim, J. College students’ attitudes toward police based on Black’s theory of social distance.

Kim, J. A review of modern Japanese police.

Kim, J. A reinterpretation of the police use of force based on Black’s theory of law.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

Kim, J. (2015). A note for police stress study. In Tarleton State University (Ed.), (Vol. 1, pp. 3-5). Stephenville, TX. 

GRANTS

EXTERNAL

2017 – 2019 Co-Principal Investigator, Reconstruction of the collective efficacy in Metro Manila. Korea Research Institute. Amount requested: $220,000. Not accepted.

2016    Co-Principal Investigator, Determinants of citizen attitudes toward police activities: Comparison between Korea and the United States. Police Science Institute, Korean National Police University, $17,000.

2015 Principal Investigator, The Criminal Justice Costs of Undocumented Immigrants to the U.S. Citizens. The Andrew Carnegie Fellows Program, U.S. Democracy. Amount requested: $200,000. Not accepted.

INTERNAL

2018             Maverick Toolkit Summer Project at Mercy College, $1,000

2018             Faculty Development Grant at Mercy College, $2,643.

2016             Faculty Development Grant at Mercy College, $3,000.

2015             Participant in the Summer Grantsmanship Class, $4,500.

2014             Faculty Development Grant at Tarleton State University, $400.

2013             Faculty Development Committee’s Scholarship at Briar Cliff University, $700.

CONFERENCE PAPERS AND PRESENTATION

Kim, J., Kim, Y., & Park, S. “Police occupational stress: Depression” Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. New Orleans, LA, February 2018.

Kim, Y. & Kim, J. “Exploring the relationship between eco-friendly attitudes and crime-resisting attitudes” Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. New Orleans, LA, February 2018.

Rodriguez, B., Kim, J., & Kim, Y. “Prison pre-release facilities in Texas: What effect do these programs have on offender success?” Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Kansas, MO, March 2017.

Kim, J. & Kim, Y. “Determinants of citizens’ attitudes toward police: Procedural justice” Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology. New Orleans, LA, November 2016.

Kim, Y. & Kim, J. “Which factors are influential in forming students’ perceptions of school resource officers (SROs)?” Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology. New Orleans, LA, November 2016.

Lim, H. & Kim, J. “The crime prevention effects of CCTV during weekday and weekend.” Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Denver, CO, March 2016.

Kim, J. & Lim, H. “A test of general strain theory: Police stress and hyperaggressive behavior.” Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology. Washington, D.C., November 2015.

Kim, J. & Kim, R. “Gender impact on police stress: Analyzing three symptoms.” Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Orlando, March 2015.

Kim, J. & Kim, R. “Gender role in police stress.” Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Orlando, March 2015.

Kim, J. “Organizational stressors for police stress in South Korea: Work redesign.” Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology. San Francisco, November 2014.

Kim, J. “Examination of six aspects of police officer stress: Looking into organizational stressors for police occupational stress in South Korea.” Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology. Georgia Atlanta, November 2013.

Kim, J. & Lim, H. “The crime prevention effects of open-street CCTV in South Korea.” Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology. Washington, D.C., November 2011.

Kim, J. “Organizational influences on police officers’ attitudes about excessive force.” Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology. San Francisco, November 2010.

Kim, J. & Lee, H. “An organizational correlate of police officers’ attitudes toward corruption: A multilevel model.” Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology. Philadelphia, November 2009.

Wells, W., Katz, C., & Kim, J. “Understanding illegal firearm possession in Trinidad and Tobago: Evidence from a sample of arrestees.” Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Boston, March 2009.

ADDITIONAL EDUCATION & TRAINING

Enhancing Teaching Effectiveness, Dr. Eric Mazur of Harvard University, October 21, 2016.

Structural Equation Modeling (SEM), The Institute for Statistics Education, November 7 – December 5, 2014.

Excel Training for Staff & Faculty, Tarleton State University, August 12 – 13, 2014.

Apps for Higher Education, Tarleton State University, July 2014.

Introduction to Maestro, Tarleton State University, July 2014.

Citizen Academy, Sioux City Police Department, August – November 2012.

Leadership in Intelligence Department, National Intelligence Service, March – April 1999.

Training for High Level Supervisor, Korea National Police University, August 1998.

Training for Data Processing, Korea National Police Agency, February 1994.

Training for Supervisor in National Security Division, Korea National Police University, October 1993.

PUBLICATIONS

Peer-reviewed journal articles

MANZI, A., DURMYSHEVA, Y., RAMOS, J.*, & ROGERS, A.* (in preparation). Don’t worry, be messy: Workspace clutter does not influence creative output and executive attention. Article in preparation. 

MANZI, A., MARTINEZ, S. & DURMYSHEVA, Y. (2017). Cognitive correlates of lecture note taking: Handwriting and attention. North American Journal of Psychology, 19(1), 195-218.

MANZI, A., & OLDSTONE-MOORE, J. (in preparation). Attention modification in ritualized writing practice.

MANZI, A., NESSLER, D., CZERNOCHOWSKI, D., & FRIEDMAN, D. (2011). The development of anticipatory cognitive control processes in task-switching: an ERP study in children, adolescents and young adults. Psychophysiology, 48 (9), 1258-1275.

MANGELS, J.A., MANZI, A., & SUMMERFIELD, C. (2010). The first does the work, but the third time's the charm: The effects of massed repetition on episodic encoding of multimodal face-name associations. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 22 (3), 457-73.

MANZI, A., & NIGRO, G. (2008). Long-term memory for performed and observed actions: Retrieval phenomenology and source monitoring. Memory, 16 (6), 595-603.

ROBINSON, A., MANZI, A., & TRIESCH, J. (2008). Object perception is selectively slowed by a visually similar working memory load. Journal of Vision, 8 (16):7, 1-13.

Invited book chapters

SIRKIN, M., & MANZI, A. (in press). The promise of brain training: Cognitive training and mindfulness practices. In G. McAuliffe (Ed.), Positive Counseling. New York, NY: SAGE publications, Inc.

MANZI, A. (2014). Neuroscienze e psicoterapia: Valutazione dell'efficacia, outcome prediction e sviluppi teorici. In R. Di Sauro & A. Riccardi (Ed.), L’assessment: Teoria e Clinica fra Neuroscienze e Psicoterapia. Roma, Italia: Aracne Editrice [Translated: Neuroscience and Psychotherapy: Efficacy assessment, outcome prediction and theoretical developments. In Assessment: Theory and Clinical Perspectives between Neuroscience and Psychotherapy.]

DE FILIPPO, A., MANZI, A., & LEPORE, M. (2007). L’errore del correttore di bozze: lettura globale e lettura “Lettera per Lettera”. In M. Lepore (Ed.), Introduzione alla Neuropsicologia (pp. 105-107). Milano: Franco Angeli. [Trans.: The proof-reader’s mistake: global and “letter-by-letter” reading. In Introduction to Neuropsychology.]

EDITORIAL APPOINTMENTS

Journals

Invited as peer reviewer for the journal Cognitive, Affective, Behavioral Neuroscience journal (Springer; May 2013)

Invited as peer reviewer for the journal Acta Psychologica (Elsevier).

Textbooks

Invited as reviewer for the textbook Cognitive Psychology: In and Out of the Laboratory 5e by Kathleen Galotti (SAGE, Nov. 2015)

Invited as reviewer for the textbook Brain & Behavior An Introduction to Biological Psychology by Bob Garrett (SAGE, Sept. 2015)

Invited as reviewer for Psychology: A Contemporary Perspective by Paul Okami (OUP, May 2013)

Invited as reviewer for online modules of The Science of Psychology by Laura King (McGraw-Hill Publisher, Feb. 2013)

Conferences

Appointed as panel judge for Eastern Psychological Association Graduate Student poster competition (EPAGS 2013, 2014, 2015).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

MANZI, A., DURMYSHEVA, Y., ROGERS, A.*, & RAMOS, J.*, & (2018). Don’t worry, be messy: Workspace clutter does not influence creative output and executive attention. 2018 Eastern Psychological Association (EPA) Annual Meeting

FUERTES, J., & MANZI, A. (2016). In-session therapists' countertransference in less successful versus more successful psychotherapy cases. 47th Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychotherapy Research.

MANZI, A., DURMYSHEVA, Y., ZEVALLOS, M.A., & RAMOS, J., (2016). Executive functions and personality traits in a sample of young adults. 2016 Eastern Psychological Association (EPA) Annual Meeting.

MANZI, A., DURMYSHEVA, Y., RAMOS, J., & ZEVALLOS, M.A. (2015). How does workspace clutter influence cognitive performance? 27th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science.

DURMYSHEVA, Y. & MANZI, A. (2015). The influences of workspace clutter on creative output and executive functions. 2015 Eastern Psychological Association (EPA) Annual Meeting.

MANZI, A., & DURMYSHEVA, Y. (2014). The influence of workspace clutter on executive functions. 2014 New England Psychological Association (NEPA) Annual Meeting.

DURMYSHEVA, Y. & MANZI, A. (2014). Creativity and Clutter: The role of physical environment in creative output. 2014 New England Psychological Association (NEPA) Annual Meeting.

MANZI, A., & OLDSTONE-MOORE, J. (2014). Attention modifications following calligraphy practice in college students. 2014 Eastern Psychological Association (EPA) Annual Meeting.

MANZI, A., MARTINEZ, S., & RYAN, D. (2013). Predictors of lecture note taking: Attention, mindfulness and handwriting speed. 2013 Eastern Psychological Association (EPA) Annual Meeting.

MANZI, A., & GOLDSTEIN, D. (2011). Cognitive factors underlying lecture note-taking performance: Attention and transcription fluency. Association for Psychological Science (APS) 23rd Annual Convention.

MANZI, A., & OLDSTONE-MOORE, J. (2011). Attention modification in ritualized writing practice. Mind & Life Summer Research Institute.

MANZI, A., CZERNOCHOWSKI, D., NESSLER, D., & FRIEDMAN, D. (2009). Development of preparatory cognitive-control processes in task-switching: an ERP study in children, adolescents and young adults. Epic XV -15th International Congress on Event-Related Potentials of the Brain.

MANZI, A., NESSLER, D., de CHASTELAINE, M., CYCOWICZ, Y., HORTON, C., MALCOM, B., & FRIEDMAN, D. (2008). Maturation and stability of ERP correlates of successful encoding across the life-span. Psychophysiology, 45, Supplement 1, S92.

LEPORE, M., D’ESPOSITO, D., MANZI, A., DAMMORA, F., & BIANCHI, V.D. (2006). Italian version of a self-efficacy scale for fractured elderly.  51st National Meeting of the Italian Society for Gerontology and Geriatrics.

WORKSHOPS

MANZI, A., CULLEN, C. &, SUNG, J. (2015). Discussion panel of Pixar’s “Inside Out” movie. Mercy College, New York.

MANZI, A. (NYS certified trainer). New York State Dignity for All Students Act (DASA) Workshop. Mercy College, New York.

MANZI, A. (2012). Teaching strategies: A cognitive psychologist's approach. Keynote address at Mercy College's Fall Adjunct Faculty Dinner.

MANZI, A. (2012). Research principles to teach by. Faculty Development Workshop, Center for Teaching and Learning, Mercy College.

PUBLICATIONS

ARTICLES

Martucci, Sara. 2016. “Shopping on Hip Street: The Evolution of Local Streets in Manhattan and Brooklyn.” Revise and Resubmit at City and Community

2013. “Rethink Your Public Space: Community Events in Gentrified Brooklyn.” The Open Urban Studies Journal. (6): 50-56.

2012. “Public Space and Community Events in a Gentrified Neighborhood” in Desena, Judith and Timothy Shortell (editors). The World in Brooklyn: Gentrification, Immigration, and Ethnic Politics in a Global City. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.

BOOK REVIEWS

Martucci, Sara. 2014. Book Review of Robert Anasi’s The Last Bohemia: Scenes from the Life of Williamsburg Brooklyn. Sociological Forum. 29(2).

2013. Book Review of Andrew Deener’s Venice: A Contested Bohemia in Los Angeles. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research. 37(6).

2013. Book Review of Nicholas Carr’s The Shallows: What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains. Social Problems Forum. 44(2).

2012. Book Review of Frederick Wherry’s The Philadelphia Barrio: The Arts, Branding and Neighborhood. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research. 37(1).

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Housing Recovery Options Assessment (Spring 2016- Present)

John Mollenkopf

Center for Urban Research, CUNY Graduate Center

Researcher Associate

Assisted in the design and implementation of a survey to assess the effectiveness of

“Build it Back” –a New York City government agency charged with disseminating

federal funds for housing relief.

 

Statistics Course Evaluation and Design  (Fall 2013-Spring 2014)

Robert Melara

Psychology Department, City College, CUNY

Research Associate

Ran a year-long, mixed-methods study to assist Psychology department in adapting

Statistics course according to the students’ various learning styles.

 

Local Shops- New York Team  (Fall 2010-Spring 2012)

Sharon Zukin and Philip Kasinitz

Sociology Department, CUNY Graduate Center

Research Associate

Conducted interviews with business owners and employees as part of the “Local Shops”

project, an international comparative study on urban shopping districts.

 

Social Justice Sexuality Initiative  (Fall 2009- Spring 2010)

Juan Battle

Sociology Department, CUNY Graduate Center

Research Associate, Survey Field Agent

Worked on the Social Justice Sexuality Initiative, a national survey of Latina/o and Black LBGT communities. Assisted in creating and piloting the survey, reaching out to Older Adult and Asian Pacific Islander LGBT groups, and travelling to LGBT events.

SELECTED PRESENTATIONS

Urban Affairs Association Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN                    April 2017 “Dangerous Enough: Perceptions of Crime and Safety Among Neighborhood Residents”

American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA            August 2016 “Urban Shopping Streets in Flux: Williamsburg and the Lower East Side”

Urban Affairs Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA                      March 2016 “There’s Nothing Here For Me: The Real Effects of Gentrification for Neighborhood Residents”

Sociology Students Association Conference, New York, NY                      March 2016 “City as Methodology” Plenary Discussion, Invited Speaker

American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, New York, NY       August 2013 “Mapping the Trends of Gentrification: A Quantitative Case Study of North Brooklyn”

Urban Affairs Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA                  April 2013 “Shopping on Hip Street: Neighborhood Identity in Brooklyn and Portland”

Publications

Salzhauer Berkowitz, S,  Kenney-Riley, K., Rapoza, K.A., Lewis, A.N. (2018). Lupus: Disease impact on functioning and the need for vocational rehabilitation counseling services.  Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling, 49(1), 23-31.

Robertson, T. W., Yan, Z., & Rapoza, K. A. (2018). Is resilience a protective factor of internet addiction? Computers in Human Behavior, 78, 255-260.  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chb.2017.09.027

Rapoza, K.A., Kenney-Riley, K., Salzhauer Berkowitz, S., Lewis, A.N. & Rosen

Reynoso, M. (2017). Lupus in culturally diverse populations:  A transdisciplinary model for vocational rehabilitation counseling. Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling, 48(4), 18-27.

Rapoza, K.A. (2017). Does life stress moderate/mediate the relationship between finger length ratio (2D4D), depression and physical health? Personality and Individual Differences, 113, 74-80. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.paid.2017.03.009

Kenney-Riley, K. Berkowitz, S. & Rapoza, K. (2016). Level of discordance between adolescents with Lupus and their providers. Pediatric Therapeutic,6 (3).

Rapoza,K.A., Vassell, K, Wilson, D.T., Robertson, T., Manzella, D., Ortiz-Garcia, A., & Jimenez-Lazar, L.A. (2016). Attachment as a moderating factor between social support, physical health and psychological well-being. SAGE Open,Oct/Dec, 1-13. DOI:10.1177/2158244016682818

Trenz, R. C., Ecklund-Flores, L., & Rapoza, K.A. (2015). A comparison of mental health and alcohol use between traditional and nontraditional students. Journal of American College Health, 63(8), 584-588. DOI:10.1080/07448481. 2015.1040409

Rapoza, K.A., Wilson, D.T., Widmann, W.A., Riley, M.A., Robertson, T.W., Maiello, E., Villot, N., Manzella, D.J., & Ortiz-Garcia, A.L. (2014). The relationship between adult health and childhood maltreatment, as moderated by anger and ethnic background. Child Abuse & Neglect, 38, 445-456.

Rapoza, K.A., Cook. K., Zaveri, T. & Malley Morrison, K.M. (2010). Ethnic perspectives on sibling abuse in the United States. Journal of Family Issues, 31(6), 808-829.

Rapoza, K.A., & Drake, J.E. (2009). Relationships of hazardous alcohol use, alcohol expectancies, and emotional commitment to male sexual coercion and aggression in dating couples. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 70(1), 55-63

Rapoza, K.A., & Baker, A.T. (2008). Attachment styles, alcohol and childhood experiences of abuse: An analysis of physical violence in dating couples. Violence & Victims, 23(1), 52-65.

Rapoza, K. A. (2006). Implicit theories of elder abuse in a sample of European American descent. Journal of Elder Abuse & Neglect, 18 (2/3), 17-32.  

Malley-Morrison, K., Daskalopoulos, M., Gefter, J., Wenger, J., Hashim, K., Seichepine, D., Zaveri, T., Harlin, D. M., Sung, C., Rossi, F., Rinsky, K., & Rapoza, K.A. (2006, Spring). International perspectives on war and peace. Peace Psychology Newsletter, 15, 6-7.

Edited Chapters

Rapoza, K., & Lalikiam, M. (2013). Integrative summary on apology and forgiveness. In Malley-Morrison, K., McCarthy, S., & Hines, D.  (Eds.), International Handbook of Peace and Reconciliation. New York, NY: Springer.

Rapoza, K., & Clapp M. (2013). Torture: Integrative chapter. In Malley-Morrison, K., McCarthy, S., & Hines, D.  (Eds.), International Handbook on War, Torture, and Terrorism. New York, NY: Springer.

Yalcinkaya, A., Rapoza, K.A. & Malley-Morrison, K. (2010). Adult Attachment in cross cultural and international research. In Erdman, P., & Ng, K.M. (Eds.). Attachment Theory: Expanding Cultural Connections. New York: Routledge/Taylor & Francis.

Rapoza, K.A., & Stewart, S. (2009). Great Britain. In Malley-Morrisons, K.M. (Ed.) State Violence and the Right to Peace: Western Europe and North America. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger Security International.

Rapoza, K.A., & Malley-Morrison, K. (2007). Grief and attachment within the context of family violence. In Stevenson, R.G. & Cox, G.R. (Eds.) Perspectives on Violence and Violent Death on Violence and Violent Death. New York: Baywood Publishing.

Rapoza, K.A. (2004). United States. In Malley-Morrison, K. (Ed.), International Perspectives of Family Violence and Abuse: A Cognitive Ecological Approach. New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Presentations

Rapoza, K., Berkowitz, S., Kenney-Riley, K., & Zhang, N.J. (August 2018). The influence of depression and pain on patient/provider discordance in pediatric lupus patients. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Association of Psychological Sciences, San Francisco, CA.

Rapoza, K.A., Kenney-Riley, K., Salzhauer Berkowitz, S., Lewis, A.N. & Rosen Reynoso, M. (September, 2017). Disease impact by Lupus on functioning & need for vocational rehabilitation counseling services: Implications for diverse racial: ethnic populations. Paper presented at the Langston University- RRTC State of the Science Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Olivio, D., Rivera, S., Gonzalez, E., & Rapoza, K. (May, 2017). The Relationship between child maltreatment and health behaviors. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Association of Psychological Sciences, Boston, MA.

Berkowitz, S., Kenney-Riley, K. & Rapoza, K. (April, 2017). Discordance: When patient and provider fail to communicate. Session presented at annual convention of the New York State Speech Language and Hearing Association (NYSSLHA), Saratoga Springs, NY.

Rapoza, K., Berkowitz, S., & Kenney-Riley, K. (April, 2017). Lupus: What do SLPs Need to know? Poster presented at annual convention of the New York State Speech Language and Hearing Association (NYSSLHA), Saratoga Springs, NY.

Kenney-Riley, K., Berkowitz, S. & Rapoza, K. (August, 2016). Level of discordance between adolescents with lupus & their providers. Paper presented at the 6th World Pediatrics Congress, Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Rapoza, K. (July, 2016). Witnessed violence, attachment, alcohol and commit as predictors of psychological dating abuse.Poster presented at the International Congress of Psychology, Yokohama, Japan.

Rapoza, K., Bostick, S., Castillo, J., & DeCelle, A. (May 2016). The role of childhood maltreatment, alcohol, and attachment style in psychological dating abuse. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Association of Psychological Sciences, Chicago, IL.

Bernardino, B., Konrad, K., & Rapoza, K.A. (May, 2015). Depression‚ anxiety, tress and alcohol consumption among multiracial college students. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Association of Psychological Sciences, New York, NY.

 Hunt, A.D., Aria, M., & Rapoza, K.A. (May, 2015). The Relationship between childhood maltreatment and adult mental health as mediated by social support and life stress. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Association of Psychological Sciences, New York, NY.

 Lorielle-Lazar, Jake Friedman, & Rapoza, K.A. (2015, May). Life stress and social support as moderators of the relationship between childhood maltreatment and physical health. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Association of Psychological Sciences, New York, NY.

McKenzie, T., & Rapoza, K.A. (May, 2015). The relationship between alcohol use‚ insecure attachment‚ relationship commitment and psychological abuse in dating relationships. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Association of Psychological Sciences, New York, NY.

Ortiz-Garcia, A., Jaramillo, A., Robertson, T., & Rapoza, K.A. (May, 2015). The relationship between child maltreatment and Galvanic Skin Response during a stressful task. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Association of Psychological Sciences, New York, NY.

Rapoza, K.A., Wilson, D.T., Robertson, T. W. , Manzella,  D.J. , Ortiz-Garcia,  A., & Jimenez-Lazar, L.A. (2014, August). Life stress as a moderator between childhood maltreatment and health. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

Rapoza, K.A., Wilson, D.T., Robertson, T. W. , Manzella,  D.J. , Ortiz-Garcia,  A., Jimenez-Lazar, L.A., Bernardino, B. (2014, May). The relationship between life stress, child maltreatment, ethnicity and physical health. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Association of Psychological Sciences, San Francisco, CA.

Robertson, T. W. , Wilson, D.T., Manzella,  D.J. , Ortiz-Garcia,  A. , Jimenez-Lazar, L.A., Bernardino, B., & Rapoza, K.A. (2014, May). The relationship between life stress, child maltreatment, ethnicity and psychological well-being. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Association of Psychological Sciences, San Francisco, CA.

Trenz, R.C., Ecklund-Flores, L., & Rapoza, K.A. (2014, March). College Women at risk: SES mental health, and alcohol use. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

Rapoza, K. A. (2013, August). Attachment and social support as predictors ofhealth. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Honolulu, HI.

Manzella, D., Robertson, T., Wilson, D. Ortiz, A. & Rapoza, K. (2013, May). Anger as a moderator between childhood maltreatment and health. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Association of Psychological Sciences, Washington, DC.

Robertson, T., & Rapoza, K.A., Ecklund-Flores, L. (2012, August). The relationship between stress, depression, and anxiety to student status. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Orlando, Fl.

Acosta, A. & Rapoza, K. (2012, May) The relationship between stress, ethnicity and physical health. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Sciences, Chicago, IL

Rapoza, K. & Robertson, R. (2012, May). The relationship between childhood maltreatment, ethnicity and the sympathetic nervous system. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Sciences, Chicago, IL

Riley, M., Manzella, D., & Rapoza, K. (2012, May). Childhood maltreatment, anger and the moderating role of ethnic background on psychological health. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Sciences, Chicago, IL

Robertson, T. & Rapoza, K. (2012, May). The relationship between resilienceand Internet addiction, Online gaming and Facebook. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Sciences, Chicago, IL

Widmann, W., Wilson, D., Maiello, E., & Villot, N., & Rapoza, K (2012, May). The relationship between anger, maltreatment and physical health. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Sciences, Chicago, IL

Wilson, D., Mariner, M., Ortiz, A. & Rapoza, K. (2012, May). The predictive value of childhood, social and health behaviors variables on health. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Sciences, Chicago, IL

Ortiz, A.L. & Rapoza, K.A. ( 2012, April ). Inter-Relationship between childhood maltreatment and social support on health. Presented at the 2nd annual Undergraduate Research Conference.

Acosta, A. & Rapoza, K. (2012, March). The relationship between stress, ethnicity and physical health. Poster presented at the Mercy College Student Research Symposium, Dobbs Ferry, NY.

Wilson, D., Mariner, M., Ortiz, A. & Rapoza, K. (2012,March). The predictive value of childhood, social and health behavior variables on Health. Poster presented at the Mercy College Student Research Symposium, Dobbs Ferry, NY.

Rivera, R., Riley, M., & Rapoza, K. (2011, May). The effect of childhood maltreatment and chronic stress on physical health. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Sciences, Washington, DC.

Robertson, T, & Rapoza, K. (2011, May). The relationship between childhood maltreatment and galvanic skin response. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Sciences, Washington, DC.

Widmann, W., Wilson, D. Maiello, E., & Rapoza, K. (2011, May). The relationship between anger, stress, social support, ethnicity and physical health. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Sciences, Washington, DC.

Rivera, R., & Rapoza, K. (2011, April). The effects of childhood maltreatment and chronic stress on physical health. Poster presented at the Annual C –Step Conference. Lake George, NY. 

Robertson, T. & Rapoza, K.A. (2011, March). The relationship between childhood maltreatment and galvanic skin response. RIMI-COR Student Research Symposium, Dobbs Ferry, NY

Rapoza, K.A., Walpole, S., Widmann, W., & Riley, M. (2010, May). The impact of anger expression and suppression on health and wellness. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Sciences, Boston, MA.

Rivera, R., Wilson, D., Mariner, M. & Rapoza, K.A. (2010, May). The predictive value of childhood, social and health behaviors variables on health. Poster at the Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Sciences, Boston, MA.

Rapoza, K.A., Campbell, K.L., Rivera, R., & Wilson, D. (2009, May). The predictive value of personality, social, and health behaviors variables on health. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Sciences, San Francisco, CA.

Vassell, K., Laurenzano, V., King, K. & & Rapoza, K.A. (2009, May).  Does life tress mediate the relationship between prenatal androgen exposure and health?  Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Sciences, San Francisco, CA.

Vassell, K., & Rapoza, K.A. (2008, October). A qualitative examination of judgments concerning dating violence. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the New England Psychological Association, Springfield, MA.

Rapoza, K.A. (2008, May). Does social support moderate the relationship between stress and physical/ psychological health? Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Association of Psychological Sciences, Chicago, Il.

Melamed, B., & Rapoza, K.A. (March 2008). Resilience to disasters. Poster presented at the Annual meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, San Diego, CA.

Rapoza, K.A., Espinal, N., Ashey, M., & Malley-Morrison, K.M. (2007, August). Do experiences of childhood abuse and anger style predict adult physical health? Poster presented at the 115th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.

Rapoza, K.A. ( 2007,May). The effects of life stress on physical/psychological health. Poster presented at the 19th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science, Washington, DC.

Rapoza, K.A., & Vassell, K. ( 2007,May). Influence of victim/ Perpetrator gender and sexual orientation on judgments of abusiveness. Poster presented at the 19th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science, Washington, DC.

Chute, P, Marvin, L, & Rapoza, K.A. (April, 2007). Speech changes in adults with unilateral and bilateral cochlear implants. Paper presented at the 11th International Conference on Cochlear Implants in Children. Charlotte, NC.

Rapoza, K. (2006, August) Opening remarks: Global perspectives on family and governmental violence: How are the two connected? In Kathleen Malley-Morrison & Kimberly Rapoza (chairs) International Perspectives on Family and Governmental Violence. Symposium conducted at the 114th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA.

Rapoza, K., & Malley-Morrison, K. (2005, October). Grief and attachment in the context of family violence. Poster presented at the Annual meeting of the New England Psychological Association, New Haven, CT.

Rapoza, K., Drake, J., & Vargas, R. (2004, July). Alcohol consumption, expectancies, and emotional commitment’s relationship to sexual aggression. Poster presented at the Annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Honolulu, HI.

Rapoza, K., Stokes, W., & Zaveri, T (2004, April). A multi-cultural examination of perspectives on wife abuse in the United States. In Kimberly Rapoza & Majed Ashy (chairs), Implicit theories of wife abuse: An international perspective. Symposium conducted at the Annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.

Rapoza, K., & Zaveri, T. (2004, April). Perceptions of elder abuse in the United States of America.In Nyryan Nolido & Sonia Chawla (chairs), International perspectives of elder abuse: A cognitive-ecological approach. Symposium conducted at the Annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.

Rapoza, K. (2002, August). The practicalities of doing international research in the area of family violence: Lessons learned along the way. In Marcus D Patterson (chair), International role for psychologists and psychology graduate students. APAGS Symposium conducted at the Annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.

Rapoza, K. (2002, March). Judaeo-Christian perspectives on roles, responsibilities and aggression. In Kathleen Malley-Morrison (chair), Implicit theories of family aggression: Religious, legal and individual perspectives. Symposium conducted at the Annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

Rapoza, K. (2001, August). Alcohol consumption and alcohol expectancies relationship to dating aggression. Poster presented at the Annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.

Yalcinkaya, A., Turan, F. & Rapoza, K.A. (2000, August). North American and Turkish young adult’s attitudes towards elder abuse. Poster presented at the Annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.

Rapoza, K. (1999, August). Attachment style clusters: Implications for dating violence. Poster presented at the Annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

Rapoza, K.A., & Yalcinkaya, A. (1998, August). Turkish and US adult attachment styles: A cross-cultural examination. Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA

Rapoza, K.A., & Malley-Morrison, K. (1998, May). Experiences of childhood abuse: Sexual orientation examined as a risk factor. Poster presented at the Annual meeting of the American Psychological Society, Washington, DC.

Yalcinkaya, A., & Rapoza,K.A. (1998, February). Parenting practices and attachment styles in the United States and Turkey. In Kathleen Malley-Morrison (chair) Family processes and interactions: A cross-cultural perspective. Symposium conducted at the Annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

Patterson, M., Rapoza, K.A., & Malley-Morrison, K. (1997, October). Physical and psychological abuse in intimate relationships: Attachment style, jealousy, and commitment as predictors of abuse in a non-clinical population. Paper presentation at the annual meeting of the New England Psychological Association, Stonehill, MA.

Rapoza, K.A., & Malley-Morrison, K. (1997, August). An examination of attachment affect and physical and psychological abuse. Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.

Rapoza, K.A., & Malley-Morrison, K. (1997, February). Experiences of childhood violence and attachment style as predictors of adult physical and psychological relationship violence. Paper presentation at the annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

Rapoza,K.A., & Malley, K. (1996, February). The relationship of attachment styleto experiences of childhood violence and romantic relationship violence. Paper presentation at the annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Grants and Fellowships

2018-2020 National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR).

Funded by NIDILRR through the Administration For Community Living (Dept. of HHS). The award was given for the project:  “Adolescents with Lupus: The Impact of Patient/Provider Discordance, Depression, Cognition and Language on Quality of Life” (90IFST0003-01-00 Lead PI: Kenney-Riley, K & Co-PIs Rapoza, K. and Berkowitz, S.). The goals of the project are to assess patient/ provider disordance, psychological disorder comorbidity, treatment adherence and language barriers in adolescents with Lupus. ($600,000)

2017-2022 Ronald E. McNair Scholars Program (Department of Education)

Mercy College’s Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program. An institutional grant Funded by the Department of Education. Grant No. P217A120246. Award given as grant co-author and program director. The training program’s aim is to increase the numbers of students from underrepresented backgrounds in graduate education. The program provides an intensive research experience, faculty mentoring, and guidance on graduate school admission strategies. ($1,161,325)

2014- 2019      Langston University- Rehabilitation Research and Training Center (LU-RRTC) Subcontract grant

Research fellow. Institutional Research Capacity Building and Infrastructure Model (IRCBIM) grant funded by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (Dr. Corey Moore, PI). An institutional subcontract grant awarded to Mercy College, providing a Research Fellows training and research grant to individual faculty. The grant has the express goals of improving disability and rehabilitation research capacity and infrastructure by conducting a line of research examining outcomes of persons from traditionally underserved racial and ethnic populations and communities.

2012-2017       Ronald E. McNair Scholars Program (Department of Education)

Mercy College’s Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program. An institutional grant Funded by the Department of Education. Grant No. P217A120246. Award given as grant co-author and program director. The training program’s aim is to increase the numbers of students from underrepresented backgrounds in graduate education. The program provides an intensive research experience, faculty mentoring, and guidance on graduate school admission strategies. ($1,100,000)

2008-2012       Research Infrastructure for Minority Serving Institutions (RIMI) Award (NIH)

Mercy College’s RIMI-COR Training Program for Promoting Minority Health institutional grant. Grant No. 1P20MD002717 (PI: Sperling, M). Funded by the National Center on Minority Health and Health Disparities/ NIH. The award was given to the PI for the sub-project, “A multi-component model exploring how psychological, behavioral, and environmental characteristics influence physical health and psychological wellness”. The goals of the pilot project were to examine the relationship between psychosocial stress, child maltreatment, anger and health behaviors and physical/psychological health, and to examine multi-component models of health for different ethnic groups.($4,290,824; PI subproject funded $250,000)

2008    Extramural Associates Research Development Award (EARDA) 

Funded by the National Institutes of Health. The award was given for the pilot project:  “The Role of Prenatal Sex Hormone Exposure and Chronic Stress in susceptibility to Adult Illness” (G11 HD035965 PI: Daniel, S.). The goals of the project are to assess the impact of prenatal androgen exposure on depression and immune system related illness, with life stress as a potential moderator of the relationship. ($7,533)

2006    Extramural Associates Research Development Award (EARDA)

Funded by the National Institutes of Health. The award was given for the pilot project:  “The relationship between insecure attachment, stress and illness” (G11 HD035965 PI: Daniel, S.). The goals of the project were to assess the relationship between chronic stress, social support, insecure attachment and physical/ psychological illness. ($5,728)

2003    Clara Mayo Memorial Fellowship

Award given by The Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (SPSSI) to help support female psychology doctoral student conduct and complete dissertation research. ($3,000)

PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES & BOOK CHAPTERS

Ravenelle, A.J. (2017). "Sharing Economy Workers: Selling, Not Sharing." Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society. Doi: 0.1093/cjres/rsw043

Ravenelle, A.J. (2016). "A Return to Gemeinschaft: Digital Trails, Employability and the Sharing Economy. "In J. Daniels, K. Gregory & T. M. Cottom (Eds.), Digital Sociologies (pp. 25-43). Bristol, U.K.: Policy Press.

Ravenelle, A.J. "Our Community: Airbnb, Circuits of Commerce and the Distinction-Reducing

Paradox of Money." Journal of Consumer Culture. (Conditional Acceptance)

Ravenelle, A.J. "Belong Anywhere? Multi-Factor Screening and Discrimination by Airbnb Hosts." Socio- Economic Review. (Revise & Resubmit in process)

Ravenelle, A.J. "Traffic Jam: Uber, Lyft, Yellow Cabs and Traffic Congestion in Manhattan, an Observational Study conducted by Undergraduates." Travel Behaviour and Society. (Under review)

Ravenelle, A.J. "Forward to the Past: The Sharing Economy and the Risk Transformation of the Workplace." Submitted by request of Steven Vallas and Arne Kalleberg for Special Issue of Research in the Sociology of Work. (Under review)

Ravenelle, A.J. & Guerra, J.W. "Soda or Seltzer? Race, Sex, Disease Diagnosis and Healthy Living." Sociology of Race and Ethnicity. (Under review)

EDITORIAL

Ravenelle, A.J. (2012). “Each Teacher Wonders; Is This The One.” The New York Times. Op/Ed. 10 March.

RESEARCH REPORTS

Ravenelle, A.J. (2017). Primary Biliary Cholangitis Text Messaging Project Program Evaluation. American Liver Foundation.

Ravenelle, A.J. (2016). Hepatic Encephalopathy (H.E.) Research Report. American Liver Foundation. Ravenelle, A.J. (2012). Sudden Unexplained Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP) Best Practices Resource Guide. The Epilepsy Foundation

Ravenelle, A.J. (2009). Job Guide for Individuals with Epilepsy. The Epilepsy Foundation

BOOK REVIEWS

Ravenelle, A.J. (forthcoming). Women Redefining the Experience of Food Insecurity: Life off the Edge of the Table. Food, Culture & Society

Ravenelle, A.J. (2015). More Than Shelter: Activism and Community in San Francisco Public Housing. Contemporary Sociology: A Journal of Reviews. Vol. 44, No. 2. p. 290

Ravenelle, A.J. (2015). The Methamphetamine Industry in America: Transnational Cartels and Local Entrepreneurs. Contemporary Sociology: A Journal of Reviews. Vol. 44, No. 1. p. 136

RESEARCH IN PROCESS

Ravenelle, A.J., Schor, J., Ladegaard, I. "‘You Gotta Cover Your Ass’: Vulnerabilities and Neutralization Strategies in the Sharing Economy." Finished paper to be submitted to Sociological Forum.

Ravenelle, A.J. "Falling Down the Rabbit Hole: Shifting Risk From Employers to Taskrabbits in the Sharing Economy." Finished paper to be submitted to Sociology.

Ravenelle, A.J. "'Weird' Sharing is Caring: The De-Identification of Sexual Harassment in the Sharing Economy." Finished paper to be submitted to Socius

Ravenelle, A.J. "Student Transfer of Composition Knowledge from Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) into Social Science Courses." Finished paper to be submitted to Pedagogy, Culture & Society.

SELECTED CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Ravenelle, A.J. (2017). "Belong Anywhere? Multi-Factor Screening and Discrimination by Airbnb Hosts. "Mini-Conference: Digital Sociology. Eastern Sociological Society Annual Conference. Philadelphia, PA. February.

Ravenelle, A.J. (2017). "Falling Down the Rabbit Hole: Shifting Risk From Employers to Taskrabbits in the Sharing Economy." Eastern Sociological Society Annual Conference. Philadelphia, PA. February.

Ravenelle, A.J. (2016). "Belong Anywhere? How Airbnb is Dismantling Generations of Civil Rights in the Name of Progress." Consumers & Consumption Section. American Sociological Association Annual Conference. Seattle, WA. August.

Ravenelle, A.J. (2016). "Belong Anywhere? Screening Equations in Airbnb Hosting." Society for the Study ofSocial Problems Annual Meeting. Seattle, WA. August.

Ravenelle, A.J. (2016). "Sharing Economy' Workers: Selling, not Sharing." Economic Sociology Roundtable. American Sociological Association Annual Conference. Seattle, WA. August.

Ravenelle, A.J. (2016). "Sharing Economy Workers: Micro-entrepreneur or Precariat?" Eastern Sociological Society Annual Conference. Boston, MA. March.

Ravenelle, A.J. (2015). "Sharing Economy Workers: Selling, Not Sharing." Center for European Policy Studies Winter School: From Uber to Amazon Mechanical Turk: Nontraditional labour markets driven by technological and organizational change. Brussels, Belgium. November.

Ravenelle, A.J. & Guerra, J.W. (2015). "Soda or Seltzer? Race, Sex, Disease Diagnosis and Healthy Living." Association of Black Sociologists Annual Conference. Chicago, Ill. August.

Ravenelle, A.J. (2015). "Gluten-stein: The Evolution of the Gluten-Free Monster." Joint conference of the Agriculture Food, Human Values Society (AFHVS) & the Association for the Study of Food and Society (ASFS). Pittsburgh, PA. June.

Ravenelle, A.J. (2015). "Microentrepreneur or Precariat? Exploring the Sharing Economy through the Experiences of Workers for Airbnb, Taskrabbit, Uber and Kitchensurfing." First International Workshop on the Sharing Economy at Utrecht University. Utrecht, Netherlands. June.

Ravenelle, A.J. & Guerra, J.W. (2015). "Soda or Seltzer? Race, Sex, Disease and Healthy Living." Eastern Sociological Society Annual Conference. New York, NY. March

Ravenelle, A.J. (2015). "Gluten-stein: The Social Construction of the Gluten-Free Monster." Eastern Sociological Society Mini-Conference on Culture & Cognition. New York, NY. March

Ravenelle, A.J. (2013). Food Studies Mini-Conference Organizer and Discussant. Eastern Sociological Society Conference. Boston, MA. March

Ravenelle, A.J. (2011). "Raising Awareness of Genocide:  From Course Concepts to Social Change." Stony Brook 2011 Spring Teaching Colloquium: Doctrina Vitae “The Teaching Life.” Stony Brook, NY. May.

Ravenelle, A.J. (2011). "Volunteer Communications. " Volunteer Management for Nonprofits Conference. New York, NY. March.

Ravenelle, A.J. (2003). "Race, Faith-based Capital, and the Diversity of Friendship Networks." Midwest Sociological Society Conference. Chicago, Ill. April

GRANTS AND SIGNIFICANT HONORS

Graduate Center Dissertation Year Award (2017-18)

Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation Dissertation Fellowship in Entrepreneurship (2017)

Enhanced Chancellor's Fellowship, The Graduate Center, City University of New York (2012-2017)

Graduate Center Doctoral Student Research Grant (DSRG) (2016-2017)

Graduate Center Conference Presentation Support, Fall 2016 and Spring 2016

Excelsior College Professional Development Grant, 2015 & 2016

Graduate Assistantship, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO (2001-2003)

RC21: Research Committee on Sociology of Urban and Regional Development

Amsterdam, NL July 2011 “Public Space in a Gentrifying Neighborhood: Branding and Exclusion in Williamsburg Walks”

Theorizing the Web, University of Maryland, College Park, MD  April 2011 “The Most Important Day of Your Life: Friendship and Support on an Online Wedding Forum”

PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

Simons, J. D. (2019). Middle and High School Counselor Advocates for Sexual Minority

Students. Journal of LGBT Issues in Counseling. doi:10.1080/15538605.2018.1488231

Simons, J. D. (2018). School Counselor Sexual Minority Advocacy Competence Scale (SCSMACS):

Development, validity, and reliability. Professional School Counseling. doi:10.1177/2156759X18761900

Simons, J. D., Beck, M. J., Asplund, N. R., Chan, C. D., & Byrd, R. (2018). Advocacy for gender

minority students: Recommendations for school counsellors. Sex Education, 18(4), 464-478. doi:10.1080/14681811.2017.1421531

Simons, J. D., Hutchison, B., & Bahr, M. (2017). School counselor advocacy for lesbian, gay, and

bisexual students: Intentions and practice. Professional School Counseling, 20(1a), 29-37. doi:10.5330/1096-2409-20.1a.29

Song, K., & Simons, J. D. (2014). Beyond Gardner: A pilot case study assessing the linguistic

intelligence of teachers. New York State TESOL Journal, 1(1), 66-81.

Simons, J. D., Hutchison, B., & Baštecká, Z. (2012). Counseling in the Czech Republic. Journal of

Counseling & Development, 90(2), 233-237. doi:10.1111/j.1556-6676.2012.00029.x

ASSESSMENTS PUBLISHED

Simons, J. D. (2019). Beliefs About Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual People Scale. [Database

record]. Retrieved from PsycTESTS. doi:10.1037/t70488-000

Simons, J. D. (2019). School Counselor Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Advocacy Activity Scale –

Revised. [Database record]. Retrieved from PsycTESTS. doc:10.1037/t70489-000

Simons, J. D. (2019). Lesbian Gay Bisexual Advocacy Self-Efficacy Scale. [Database

record]. Retrieved from PsycTESTS. doi:10.1037/t70490-000

Simons, J. D. (2018). School Counselor Sexual Minority Advocacy Competence Scale [Database

record]. Retrieved from PsycTESTS. doi:10.1037/t69044-000    

Simons, J. D., Hutchison, B., & Bahr, M. W. (2015). School Counselor Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual

Advocacy Intentions Scale [Database record]. Retrieved from PsycTESTS. doi:10.1037/t69885-000         

Simons, J. D., Hutchison, B., & Bahr, M. W. (2015). School Counselor Lesbian, Gay, and

Bisexual Advocacy Activity Scale [Database record]. Retrieved from PsycTESTS. doi:10.1037/t69880-000   

Simons, J. D., Hutchison, B., & Bahr, M. W. (2015). School Counselor Motivation to Comply Scale

[Database record]. Retrieved from PsycTESTS. doi:10.1037/t69891-000

REFEREED PRESENTATIONS

Simons, J. D., & Fish, J. (2016, September). Sexual minorities in schools: A review of research and resources from outside the United States. Poster at the Association for Lesbian, Gay,

and Bisexual, and Transgender Issues in Counseling, San Antonio, TX.

Simons, J. D. (2016, September). Advocacy for gender and sexual diversity: Training school counselors to be the change. Session at the Association for Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual, and Transgender Issues in Counseling, San Antonio, TX.

Simons, J. D. (2014, November). Registering Facebook: School counselors’ perceptions of this

newfound friend. Poster at the Western Association for Counselor Education and

Supervision, Anaheim, CA.

Simons, J. D., & Vossenkemper, T. (2013, October). Assessing school counselor advocacy for

LGBTQ students: An explorative study utilizing the theory of planned behavior. Session at the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference, Denver, CO.

Song, K., Chasteen, C., & Simons, J. D. (2013, March). Linguistic intelligence redefined beyond

Gardner. Session at the International TESOL Conference, Dallas TX.

Simons, J. D., & Kepicova, M. (2013, March). Planning for the development of counseling in Slovakia: History, recent developments, and future objectives. Session at the American Counseling Association Conference, Cincinnati, OH.

Taylor, J., Hutchison, B., McDonald, K. E., Simons, J. D., Keller, P. (2012, October). Social class

constructs in counseling: A content analysis of 15 ACA journals. Session at the 2012 North

Central Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, Kansas City, MO.

Simons, J. D., Hutchison, B., & Durcikova, A. (2012, March). Counseling in the Czech Republic.

Panel session at the American Counseling Association Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Hutchison, B., & Simons, J. D. (2011, October). Where cultural immersion meets service learning: The development of student generated advocacy assignments. Session at the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference, Nashville, TN.

Simons, J. D. (2010, April). Narrative therapy with lesbian, gay, and bisexual communities. Session at the American Counseling Association of Missouri Conference, Jefferson City, MO.

Simons, J. D. (2010, March). Narrative therapy with lesbian, gay, and bisexual adolescents. Poster at the Illinois Counseling Association Southern Region Conference, Edwardsville, IL.

COMMUNITY PRESENTATIONS

Simons, J. D. (2017, February). Sexual and gender identity development: Advocacy matters under review. Mercy College SSBS Brown Bag Lunch Series. Dobbs Ferry, NY.

Simons, J. D. (2016). Safe School Presentations for Parents and Friends of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender People (PFLAG) of New York.

Simons, J. D., & Bauman, S. (2015, November). Feminist therapy and LGBT therapy. Classroom

presentation in Theories of Counseling and Psychotherapy at The University of Arizona. Tucson, AZ.

Simons, J. D., & Hutchins, A. M. (2015, December). LGBT career counseling: What the research says. Presentation at Living Out Loud Health and Wellness Center. Tucson, AZ.

Simons, J. D., & Rodas, J. M. (2015, October). LGBT school counseling and the effect on youth

acceptance of themselves vs. suicide caused by bullying. Presentation for Men’s Social

Network. Tucson, AZ.

Setliff, M., Simons, J. D., & Greenwell, B. (2015, August). School wide data from the Panorama Survey. Professional development session for faculty at Esperero Canyon Middle School. Tucson, AZ.

Simons, J. D., & Rodas, J. M. (2015, July-September). The Generations Study: Recruiting and interviewing LGB people across the lifespan. Sessions at the Tucson Indian Center Two- Spirit Group, the Tucson LGBT Chamber of Commerce, and Tucson Latin Pride.

Simons, J. D., & Altman, C. (2014, October). Suicide: A brief overview. Education session for

Family Faculty Organization board at Esperero Canyon Middle School. Tucson, AZ. Braxton, L., & Simons, J. D. (2012, August). Tips for providing support to LGBT youth. Training

session for the State Department of Social Services, Children’s Division in St. Louis, MO. Hart, D., & Simons, J. D. (2012, April). Counseling sexual minority groups. Continuing education

workshop at Creve Coeur Counseling Associates, Creve Coeur, MO.

Simons, J. D. (2010, December). Counseling as a career choice. Classroom guidance at Lutheran

High School South, St. Louis, MO.

UNIV. OF MISSOURI – ST. LOUIS (UMSL) GRANTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS

2014                 Dissertation Grant $650

2013-2014       Graduate Teaching Assistantship (tuition and stipend)

2012-2013       Committee for Program Quality Full Scholarship (tuition and stipend)

2012                 Quality Teachers for English Learners (QTEL) Grant (stipend)

2011-2013       Research Travel Grants $375, $500, $400

2011-2012        MasterCard Research Fellowship (tuition and stipend) and QTEL Grant (stipend)

2010-2011       Ling Li Graduate School Scholarship $2500

2010-2011       Department of Counseling and Family Therapy Full Scholarship (tuition and stipend)

GRANTS, SCHOLARSHIPS, AND AWARDS

2016                 Mercy College Faculty Grant $3000

2016                 Mercy College Travel Grant $1500

2015                 Western Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Research Award

2014                 Family Faculty Organization Grant for Go Grrrls Project Training

2009-2010       University of Milwaukee - Wisconsin Scholarship (tuition, healthcare, and stipend)

 2009                 Tucson YWCA Dignity Week for Sexual Minority Students Grant $400

Peer-reviewed Publications

Sorochinski,  M.  &  Salfati,  C.  G.  (2017).  A Multidimensional  Approach  to  Ascertaining   Individual Differentiation and Consistency in Serial Sexual Assault: Is it time to redefine and refine?  Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology. DOI: 10.1007/s11896-017-9235-z.

Sorochinski, M. & Salfati, C. G. (2015). Thematic classification of planning and violent behaviors in serial homicide: A cross-national comparison between South Africa and the US. Special Issue on South African Serial homicide. Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender profiling. DOI: 10.1002/jip.1427

Salfati, C. G., Horning, A., & Sorochinski, M. (2015). South African serial homicide: Consistency in  victim target and behaviors across series. Special Issue on South African Serial homicide. Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender profiling. DOI: 10.1002/jip.1428

Salfati, C. G., Labuschagne, G., Horning, A., Sorochinski, M., and De Wet, J. (2015). Demographics of  all solved serial homicides in  South Africa 1930-2007. Special Issue on  South African Serial  homicide. Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender profiling. DOI: 10.1002/jip.1425

Sorochinski,   M., Hartwig, M., Osborne, J., Wilkins, E., Marsh, J. J., Kazakov, D., & Granhag, P. A. (2014).

Suspect  interviewing  strategies:  When  to  disclose  the  evidence?  Journal  of  Police  and  Criminal Psychology. DOI 10.1007/s11896-013-9121-2

Sorochinski, M. & Salfati, C. G. (2010). The consistency of inconsistency in serial homicide: Patterns  of behavioral change across series. Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling, 7, 109-136.

Book chapters

Sorochinski, M. & Salfati, C. G. (2017). Assumptions underlying behavioral linkage revisited: A  revised approach to ascertaining individual differentiation and consistency in serial rape. In: P. A. Granhag, R. Bull, A. Shaboltas, & E. Dozortseva (Eds.). Psychology & Law in Europe: When West Meets East. (pp. 51-78). Boca Raton, FL: Taylor & Francis/CRC Press.

Salfati, C. G. & Sorochinski, M. (2017). Sex worker victims: Consistency vs. inconsistency in victimization patterns by serial  sexual  homicide offenders. In J. Proulx & E. Beauregard (Eds.)  International Handbook of Sexual Homicide. (under review).

Peer-reviewed proceedings chapters

Sorochinski, M. & Salfati, C. G. (2009). The Utility of Facet Theory & Multidimensional Scaling procedures for Identifying Behavioral Patterns and Linking Serial Crimes. In: D.Elizur & E. Yaniv  (eds.) Theory construction  and  multivariate  analysis:  Applications  of  Facet  approach.  Israel:  FTA   Publication. Proceedings of the 2009 Facet Theory Association Meeting, Jerusalem, Israel.

Salfati, C. G. & Sorochinski, M. (2009). Testing & Developing Empirical Models of Offender Profiling Using Facet Theory & Multidimensional Scaling procedures. In: D.Elizur & E. Yaniv (eds.) Theory construction and multivariate analysis: Applications of Facet approach. Israel: FTA Publication. Proceedings of the 2009 Facet Theory Association Meeting, Jerusalem, Israel.

Proceedings (chapters and editor)

Salfati, C. G. & Sorochinski, M. (Eds.) (2010). Symposium on Critical Incident Analysis Proceedings of the Academy for Critical Incident Analysis 2008 Symposium.

Salfati, C. G., Labuschagne, G., Horning., A., & Sorochinski, M.  (2009) Serial Homicide in South Africa: An Examination of all Solved Series since 1930. A Collaborative Project. Proceedings of the 2009 Meeting of the Homicide Research Working Group, Amherst. MA.

Sorochinski, M. & Salfati, C. G. (2008). Studying consistency and change in serial homicide: Issues of methodology. In Vogt, K., Gruenberg, K., and Sorochinski, M. (Eds.) Homicide: A Focus on the Offender. Proceedings of the 2008 Meeting of the Homicide Research Working Group. Chicago, IL:  Homicide Research Working Group.

Conference Presentations

Sorochinski, M. (2016, November). Offenders and their Crime Scenes: Understanding Behavioral Distinctions& Patterns in Serious  Violent  Crime.  Panel Chair & Discussant at  the  72nd   Annual  Meeting  of  the American Society of Criminology, New Orleans, LA.

Sorochinski, M. & Salfati, C. G. (2016, May). Consistency vs. Inconsistency in victim choice: Using victim selection patterns to predict offender characteristics in series with & without prostitute victims.  Paper presented at the International Association of Investigative Psychology Conference, New York, NY.

Salfati, C. G., & Sorochinski, M. (2015, November). Sex worker victims: A specific target for serial homicide offenders or part of a generalized violence pattern? Paper presented at the 71st  Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Washington, DC, USA.

Sorochinski, M. & Salfati, C. G. (2015, August). The Enduring Effects of Situational Factors: Distinguishing the  Patterns  of  Behavioral  Adjustment  to  a  Failed  Attempt  within  Series  of  Sexual  Assaults.  Paper accepted for presentation at the European Association of Psychology and Law  congress, Nuremberg, Germany.

Sorochinski, M. & Salfati, C. G. (2014, November). Linking in serial rape: Is consistency a must?  Paper presented at the American Society of Criminology conference, San Francisco, CA.

Sorochinski, M. & Salfati, C. G. (2014, June). Using behavioral trajectories to link serial rape  offenses:  A multidimensional approach.  Paper  presented  at  the  European  Association  of  Psychology  and  Law congress, Saint Petersburg, Russia.

Sorochinski,  M.  &  Salfati,  C.  G.  (2014,  April).  Away  from  categorical  and  towards  a   dimensional understanding of serial sexual offenders’ behaviors: Quantitative and qualitative  differentiation. Paper presented at the International Academy of Investigative Psychology Conference, London, UK.

Sorochinski,  M.  &  Salfati,  C.  G.  (2014,  March).  Predicting  behavioral  trajectories  across  crime  series: Interaction between sexual, violent, and control behaviors of serial sexual predators. Paper presented at the American Psychology-Law Society International Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Sorochinski,   M., Hartwig, M., Osborne, J., Wilkins, E., Marsh, J. J., Kazakov, D., & Granhag, P. A.  (2011, September). Interviewing to detect deception. Paper presented at the 10th  International  Academy of Investigative Psychology Conference.

Sorochinski,   M., Hartwig, M., Osborne, J., Wilkins, E., Marsh, J. J., Kazakov, D., & Granhag, P. A.  (2011, March). Suspect interviewing strategies: When to disclose the evidence? Paper presented at the American Psychology-Law Society International Conference, Miami, FL.

Sorochinski, M. & Salfati, C. G.  (2010, January) Consistency and change in planning and violence behaviors in  serial homicide:  A  cross-national comparison between South Africa and  the  United States. Paper presented at the 9th International Academy of Investigative Psychology Conference. London, UK.

Sorochinski, M. and Salfati, C. G. (2009, September). Behavioral trends in serial homicide:  Establishing cross-national  comparability.  Paper  presented  at  the  European  Society  of  Criminology,   Ljubljana, Slovenia; Session Sponsored by Developmental and Life-course Criminology Group (EDLC).

Salfati, C. G., Sorochinski, M., & Horning, A. (2009, September). An analysis of behavioral consistency across series. Session Sponsored by  Developmental and  Life-course Criminology Group (EDLC).  European Society of Criminology, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Sorochinski,  M.  &  Salfati,  C.  G.  (2009,  June).  The  utility  of  facet  theory  &  multidimensional  scaling procedures for identifying behavioral patterns and linking serial crimes. Paper presented at the  Facet Theory Association, Jerusalem, Israel.

Salfati, C. G. & Sorochinski, M. (2009, June). Testing & developing empirical models of offender  profiling using  facet  theory  &  multidimensional  scaling  procedures.  Paper  presented  at  the  Facet   Theory Association, Jerusalem, Israel.

Sorochinski, M. & Salfati, C. G. (2009, March) Behavioral consistency and change patterns: A cross-national comparison. Paper presented at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Boston, MA.

Sorochinski, M., Salfati, C. G., & Dupont, F. (2008, November). Solved and unsolved Canadian homicides: A comparison. Poster presented at the Annual American Society of Criminology Conference, St. Louis, MO, USA.

Sorochinski, M. & Salfati, C. G. (2008, June). Studying consistency and change in serial homicide: Issues of methodology.  Paper  presented  at  the  Annual  Meeting  of  the  Homicide  Research  Working  Group, Huntsville, Texas, USA.

Salfati,  C.  G.,  Labuschagne, G.,  Horning,  A.  M.,  &  Sorochinski, M.  (2008,  March).  South  African  serial homicide: Offender and victim demographics. Paper presented at the Annual Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Conference, Cincinnati, OH.

Sorochinski, M., Hoskins, A. A., & Salfati, C. G. (2007, November). The consistency of inconsistency in serial homicide: An examination of violence escalation across series. Paper presented at the Annual American Society of Criminology Conference, Atlanta, GA, USA.

Menard, S., Coria-Avila, G. A., Gelez, H., Godfrey, J., Sorochinski, M., & Pfaus, J. G. (2005, June). Activation of oxytocin and vasopressin neurons following the presentation of an odor associated with sexual reward in the   male   rat.   Poster   presented   at   the   Ninth   Annual   Meeting   of   the   Society   for   Behavioral Neuroendocrinology (Austin, TX).

Sorochinski, M. (2005, April). Sexual Stroop: A new measure of sexual desire? Paper presented at the Annual Undergraduate Student Research Poster Session at Concordia University, Montreal, QC, Canada.

Sorochinski, M., Coria-Avila, G. A., & Pfaus, J. G. (2004, October). Sexually conditioned neutral odors induce Fos immunoreactivity within  oxytocin  and  vasopressin  neurons  in  the  supraoptic  nucleus   of   the hypothalamus in female rats. Poster presented at the Society for Neuroscience Conference (San Diego, CA).

Coria-Avila, G. A., McNulty, K. M., Arzouni, D., Kourrich, S., Georgescu, M., Gelez, H., Ménard, S., Sorochinski, M., & Pfaus, J. G. (2004, October). Fos immunoreactivity within GnRH neurons in female rats induced by the sensory modalities of males associated with paced or unpaced copulation. Poster presented at the Society for Neuroscience Conference (San Diego, CA).

Refereed Publications

Harrell, P., Mancha, B., Petras, H., Trenz, R., & Latimer, W. (2012). Latent classes of heroin and cocaine users predict unique HIV/HCV risk factors. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 122, 220-227. doi:10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2011.10.001

Harrell, P. T., Trenz, R. C., Scherer, M., Martins, S. S., & Latimer, W. W. (2013). Classes discovered via latent class analysis using a separate measure conform to stages of change model. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 45, 249-256.

Harrell, P., Trenz, R., Scherer, M., Ropelweski, L., & Latimer, W. (2012). Cigarette smoking, illicit drug use, and routes of administration among cocaine and heroin users. Addictive Behaviors, 37, 678-681.

Scherer, M., Harrell, P., Trenz, R., Canham, S., & Latimer, W. (2015). An Exploration of Alcohol Use Severity and Route of Drug Administration Among Persons That Use Heroin and Cocaine. Substance Abuse, online ahead of press. doi: 10.1080/08897077.2015.1080207.         

Scherer, M., Trenz, R., Harrell, P., Altintoprak A. E., Mancha, B., & Latimer, W. (2013). Desistence from problematic alcohol use without treatment among active heroin and cocaine users. Addiction Research & Theory, 21 (3), 227-234.

Scherer, M., Trenz, R.C., Harrell, P.T., Mancha, B., Altintoprak, E., & Latimer, W.W. (2013). Heroin and cocaine use among individuals with a history of problematic alcohol consumption. Addiction Research and Theory, 21, 227-234. doi:10.3109/16066359.2012.705400

Scherer, M., Trenz, R., Harrell, P., Mauro, P., Latimer, W. (2013). The role of drinking severity on sex risk behavior and HIV exposure among illicit drug users. The American Journal on Addictions, 22, 239-245.

Trenz, R. C. (2012). The effects of strategy use in practice on performance of a psychomotor skill in non-elite competitive youth swimmers. Applied Recreation Research & Programming Annual, 2, 32-48.

Trenz, R. C., Dunne, E., Zur, J., & Latimer, W. (2015). An investigation of school-related variables as risk and protective factors associated with problematic substance use among at-risk urban adolescents. Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies: An International Interdisciplinary Journal for Research, Policy and Care, 10, 131-140. DOI: 10.1080/17450128.2015.1029034

Trenz, R. C., Ecklund-Flores, L., & Rapoza, K. (2015). A comparison of mental health and alcohol use differences between traditional and nontraditional students. Journal of American College Health, 63, 584-588. DOI: 10.1080/07448481.2015.1040409

Trenz, R. C., Harrell, P., Scherer, M., Mancha, B., & Latimer, W. (2012). A model of school problems, academic failure, alcohol initiation, and the relationship to adult heroin injection. Substance Use and Misuse, 47, 1159-1171.

Trenz, R. C., Penniman, T. V., Scherer, M., Zur, J., Rose, J., & Latimer, W. (2012). An investigation of problem recognition, intention to stop use, and treatment utilization among regular heroin injectors. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 43, 204-210.

Trenz, R. C., Pacek, L., Scherer, M., Harrell, P., Zur, J., & Latimer, W. (2012). Prevalence of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), risk behavior, and recent substance use in a sample of urban drug users: Findings by race and sex. World Journal of AIDS, 2, 183-193.

Trenz, R. C., Scherer, M., Duncan, A., Harrell, P., Moleko, A.G., & Latimer, W. (2013). Latent classes of substance use among South African drug users predict risk behaviors and infectious disease. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 132, 441-448.

Trenz, R. C., Scherer, M., Harrell, P., Zur, J., Sinha, A., & Latimer, W. (2012). Early onset of drug and polysubstance use as predictors of injection drug use among adult drug users. Addictive Behaviors, 37, 367-372. doi:10.1016/j.addbeh.2011.11.011

Trenz, R. C., Scherer, M., Whitehead, N., & Latimer, W. (2016). Differences in alcohol use and sex risk behavior among female drug users. Substance Use & Misuse, 51, 1716-1723.

Trenz, R. C. & Zusho, A. (2011). Competitive swimmers’ perception of motivational climate and their personal achievement goals. International Journal of Sport Science & Coaching, 6, 433-443. 

Whitehead, N. E., Hearn, L., Marsiske, M., Trenz, R. C., & Latimer, W. W. (2014). Age cohort differences in illicit drug use and HCV among African American substance users. Journal of Addictive Diseases, 33, 314-321.

Whitehead, N. E., Trenz, R. C., Keen, L., Rose, J., & Latimer, W. W. (2014). Younger versus older African Americans: Patterns and prevalence of recent illicit drug use. Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Use, 13, 126-138.

Manuscripts In Need of Revision & Resubmission

Harrell, P. H., Trenz, R. C., Zur, J., Scherer, M., Rose, J., & Latimer, W. W. (2016). Income as a barrier to substance abuse treatment: An examination of cocaine and heroin users. Manuscript submitted for publication.

Manuscripts In Preparation

Calistro, T. & Trenz, R. C. (2018). The relationship between identity formation and vocational identity among emerging adults in college. Manuscript in preparation.

Trenz, R. C. (2017). Does HIV knowledge translate into reduced sexual risk behavior among college women that consume alcohol? Manuscript in preparation.

Trenz, R. C. & Calistro, T. (2017). Reporting null findings in the substance use literature: What is the value in knowing what we don’t know? Poster in preparation.

Trenz, R. C., Ecklund-Flores, L., Dean, K., & Rapoza, K. (2015). College women at risk: SES, ethnicity, health, and alcohol use. Manuscript in preparation.

Grant Awards

Course Release Award

            Mercy College: Office of the Provost

            Purpose: Revise & resubmit AREA – R15 grant to NIH, NIAAA

Project Title: Expressive Writing Intervention for Alcohol Use and HIV Risk Behavior

Awarded: Spring 2018

 

Faculty Senate Micro Grant

            Mercy College: Faculty Senate

Project Award: Field Trip with Psychology Research Lab, Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, New York, NY

Project Title: An Exploratory Study of Alcohol Use, Sexual Risk Behavior, and HIV Knowledge by Residential Status Among College Women

Awarded: February 2016

            Amount: $570.00

 

Faculty Senate Micro Grant

            Mercy College: Faculty Senate

            Project Award: Psychology Research Lab

Project Title: Expressive Writing Intervention for Alcohol Use and HIV Risk Behavior

            Awarded: February 2016

            Amount: $930.00

 

Faculty Development Grant

            Mercy College: Office of the Provost

            Project Award: Course release for NIH grant development and submission

            Awarded: Spring 2015

 

Faculty Development Grant

            Mercy College

            Project Title: College Women at Risk: Alcohol Use Severity and HIV Risk Behavior

            Awarded: May 2014

            Amount: $3000.00

 

Faculty Development Grant

            Mercy College

            Project Title: Race Differences in Alcohol Use Severity and Sex Risk Behavior among Women

Awarded: December 2012

            Amount: $2725.00

 

National Institute on Drug Abuse Travel Award

            Early Career Poster Session, 120th American Psychological Association Convention

            Co-sponsored by NIAAA and APA Divisions 28 & 50

            Awarded: April 2012

            Award Amount: $750.00

Research Infrastructure in Minority Institutions-Career Opportunities in Research (RIMI-COR)

Training Program for Promoting Minority Health

Research Proposal Title: Differences in alcohol use and sex risk behavior among female drug users

Awarded: December 2011

Award Amount: $3,944.95

 

Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA) Institutional Research Training Grant (T32)

            Drug Dependence and Epidemiology Training Program

            Awarded: March 2010

            Award Amount: $37,740.00

Conference Presentations

Bello, B., Catucci, B, Huaynate, D.,  Jimenez, M., Luciano, E., McIntyre, A., Torrisi, L., Tucker, K., Tzanis, D., Wager, K., & Warmbrand, E. (2018). Social Media Use, Anxiety, and Identity Development Among Emerging Adults. Platform presentation at the STEM Summer Research Academy Conference, Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY. Faculty Mentor.

Annicchiarico, T., Ang, Melanie, Francisco, J, & Mellado, E. (June, 2017). HIV knowledge as a moderator between alcohol use and risk behavior. Platform presentation presented at the STEM Summer Research Academy Conference, Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY. Faculty mentor.

Trenz, R. C. (May, 2018). Expressive writing intervention for alcohol use and HIV risk behavior. Poster presented at the Faculty Recognition Ceremony, Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY.

Annicchiarico, T., Ang, Melanie, Francisco, J., McLaurin, A., Menendez, P., Perez, S., & Trenz, R. C. (April, 2018). Expressive writing for alcohol use among college women. Poster presented at the Westchester Undergraduate Research Conference, Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY.

Trenz, R. C. (March, 2018). When order matters: Using what you know to improve study skills. Platform presentation at STEM Day, Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY.

Augustin, M., Boyce, K., Calistro, T., Markakis, J., Plawiak, N., & Santoya, C. (2016). HIV Knowledge and Sexual Risk Behavior by Residential Status Among College Women. Platform presentation at the 5th Annual Westchester Undergraduate Research Conference, Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY. Faculty Mentor.

Augustin, M., Boyce, K., Calistro, T., Markakis, J., Plawiak, N., & Santoya, C. (2016). An Exploratory Study of Alcohol Use, Sexual Risk Behavior, and HIV Knowledge by Residential Status Among College Women. Poster presented at the Eastern Psychological Association Annual Meeting, New York, NY. Faculty Mentor.

Trenz, R. C., Augustin, M., Boyce, K., Calistro, T., Markakis, J., Plawiak, N., & Santoya, C. (2015). HIV Knowledge as a Mediator of Sexual Risk Behavior Among College Women. Poster presented at Faculty Seminar Day, Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY.

Calistro, T., Santoya, C., Sosa, E., Ramirez, J., Hunt, A., & Trenz, R. C. (2015). Alcohol use severity and HIV risk behavior among college women. Poster presented at the 4th Annual Westchester Undergraduate Research Conference, Manhattanville College, Purchase, NY.

Trenz, R. C., Ecklund-Flores, L., & Rapoza, K. (2014). College women at risk: SES, ethnicity, mental health, and alcohol use. Paper presented at the Eastern Psychological Association Annual Meeting, Boston, M.A.

Trenz, R. C., Ecklund-Flores, L., & Rapoza, K. (2014). College women at risk: SES, ethnicity, mental health, and alcohol use. Poster presented at Faculty Seminar Day, Mercy College, Bronx, N.Y.

Harrell, P. T., Trenz, R. C., Moleko, A. G., & Latimer, W. W. (2014). Cigarette smoking among crack and heroin users in South Africa. Poster presented at the 20th Annual Meeting of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco, Seattle, WA.

Diggins, A., Dunne, E. M., Mancha, B., Trenz, R., Ritter, K., & Lattimer, W. W. (2014). The differential role of executive dysfunction on HIV risk behavior among African American drug users. Poster presented at the 76th Annual Meeting of The College of Problems on Drug Dependence, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Harrell, P. T., Trenz, R. C., Scherer, M, Mauro, P., Martins, S. S., Latimer, W. W. (2013). Latent class approach to treatment readiness and the transtheoretical model. Poster presented at the 25th Association of Psychological Science Convention, Washington, D.C.

Trenz, R. C., Scherer, M. Whitehead, N. E., Latimer, W. W. (2013). Differences in alcohol use severity and sexual risk behavior among female substance users. Paper presented at the 2013 Annual Meeting of Eastern Psychological Association, New York, N.Y. Symposium Chair

Trenz, R. C., Harrell, P., Scherer, M., Mancha, B., & Latimer, W. (2012). A model of school problems, academic failure, alcohol initiation, and the relationship to adult heroin injection. Poster presented at Faculty Seminar Day, Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY.

Trenz, R. C., Harrell, P., Scherer, M., Mancha, B., & Latimer, W. (2012). A model of school problems, academic failure, alcohol initiation, and the relationship to adult heroin injection. Poster presented at the120th American Psychological Association Convention, Orlando, FL.

Mauro, P., Trenz, R., & Latimer, W. (2012). Living with substance using parents and early marijuana initiation in illicit drug users. Poster presented at the 74th Annual Meeting of The College on Problems of Drug Dependence, San Diego, CA.

Trenz, R. C. (2011). Differences in alcohol use and sex risk behavior among female drug users. Invited speaker. Faculty Research Symposium, Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY.

Trenz, R. C. (2011). Differences in alcohol use and sex risk behavior among female drug users. Poster presented at the Spring 2012 Faculty Seminar Day, Mercy College, Bronx, NY.

Harrell, P., Trenz, R., Zur, J., Mancha, B., & Latimer, W. (2011). Latent class analysis of heroin and cocaine users. Poster presented at the 73rd Annual Meeting - College on Problems of Drug Dependence, Hollywood, FL.

Harrell, P., Trenz, R., Zur, J., Mancha, B., & Latimer, W. (2011). Cigarette smoking among recent cocaine and heroin users. Poster presented at the Society for Prevention Research19th Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.

Scherer, M., Harrell, P., Trenz, R.C., Zur, J., & Latimer, W. (2011). Rates of Heroin and cocaine use by severity of alcohol consumption. Poster presented at the 119th American Psychological Association Convention, Washington, DC.

Scherer, M., Trenz, R.C., Harrell, P., Mancha, B., & Latimer, W. (2011). Putting down the bottle: Exploring adaptability of skills used to stop drinking to curtail heroin and cocaine use. Poster presented at the 73rd Annual Meeting - College on Problems of Drug Dependence, Hollywood, FL.

Trenz, R. C., Penniman, T. V., Scherer, M., Zur, J., Rose, J., & Latimer, W. (2011). Problem recognition and treatment utilization among recent IDUs in Baltimore, Maryland: Should motivation to change matter? Poster presented at the Society for Prevention Research19th Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.

Trenz, R. C., Scherer, M., Harrell, P., Zur, J., Sinha, A., & Latimer, W. (2011). Early onset drug use as a predictor of injection drug use: Does polysubstance use matter? Poster presented at the119th American Psychological Association Convention, Washington, DC.

Hulbert, A., Zur, J., Ropelewski, L., Mancha, B., Trenz, R., Moleko, A. G., & Latimer, W. W. (2010). Gender differences, incarceration, and HIV in South Africa. Poster presented at 72nd Annual Meeting of College on Problems of Drug Dependence, Phoenix, AZ.

Trenz, R. C. (2010a). Effectively working with groups in the classroom. Invited address at Sullivan County Community College Faculty Development Day, Loch Sheldrake, NY.

Trenz, R. C. (2010b). An analysis of developmental differences in perceptions of motivational climate and achievement goals in competitive swimmers. Paper presented at North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity, Tucson, AZ.

Trenz, R. C., Latimer, W. W., Goldweber, A., Zur, J., & Ropelewski, L. (2010). Gender differences in rates of comorbid psychiatric disorders among adolescents. Paper presented at American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, New York, NY.

Zur, J., Dunne, E., Trenz, R., & Latimer, W. (2010). School related problems, adolescent substance use, and implications for school based interventions. Poster presented at Joint Meeting for Adolescent Treatment Effectiveness, Baltimore, US.

Trenz, R. C. (2009). Competitive swimmers’ interpretation of motivational climate and achievement goals. Paper presented at North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity, Austin, AZ.

Trenz, R. C. (2008). Effects of strategy use on psychomotor skill development in swimmers. Poster presented at annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

Trenz, R. C. (2001). Cognitive strategy use in non-elite competitive swimmers. Poster presented at annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.

Trenz, R. C. (1997). Achievement in sport: Are extreme high achievers low achievers with deceiving outcomes? Poster presented at annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Chicago, IL. 

Trenz, R. C. (1996). Television, loneliness, and depression. Poster session presented at annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.