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Appendix E

Faculty Vita

VITA

NAME: Baumer, Terry L.

EDUCATION

Ph.D. Sociology Loyola University of Chicago, 1980

M.A. Sociology Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, 1972

B.A. Sociology Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, 1970

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

2008 – Present Director of Programs in Criminal Justice, Law, and Public Safety, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University Purdue University, Indianapolis.

1986 ‑ Present Associate Professor, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University at Indianapolis

1988 - 1991 Chairman, Statewide Criminal Justice Faculty, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University

1986 Acting Chair, Statewide Criminal Justice Faculty, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University

1984 ‑ 1986 Assistant Professor, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University at Indianapolis

1980 ‑ 1984 Assistant Professor, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University at South Bend

1975 ‑ 1976 Lecturer, Department of Sociology, Loyola University of Chicago

1973 ‑ 1975 Graduate Assistant, Department of Sociology, Loyola University of Chicago

1972 ‑ 1973 Instructor, Department of Sociology, Westmar College, LeMars, Iowa

1971 ‑ 1972 Instructor, Department of Sociology, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville

OTHER APPOINTMENTS AND PROFESSIONAL CONSULTANTSHIPS

1979 ‑ 1980 Senior Research Associate, Westinghouse Evaluation Institute, Evanston, Illinois

1976 ‑ 1979 Data Analyst, Center for Urban Affairs, Northwestern University

Summer, 1975 Assistant Director, Center for the Comparative Study of Social Roles, Helena Z. Lopata, Director

Summer, 1974 Assistant Scientist, Illinois Institute of Technology Research Institute

LICENSURE AND CERTIFICATION

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

American Society of Criminology

Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences

Member Board of Directors, Midwest Sociological Society,

Student Director, 1975‑1976

HONORS

School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Undergraduate Teaching Award, 1990-1991.

School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Teaching Excellence Recognition Award, 1996-1997.

School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Teaching Excellence Recognition Award, 1998-1999.

Excellence in Teaching, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, 2001

TEACHING ASSIGNMENTS

The American Criminal Justice System

Crime and Public Policy

Research Methods

Introduction to Corrections

The War on Drugs

Criminal Justice Policy and Evaluation

Trends in Corrections

Criminology

Statistics

Program Evaluation

SERVICES

PUBLIC SERVICE (Selected Recent Activities):

1. National Institute of Justice, U.S. Department of Justice. Peer reviewer (1983‑1991;

2001-present)

  1. Marion County Justice Agency, various issues (2002 – 2007)

  1. Marion Superior Probation, Probation services and collecting restitution orders (2001)

4. Board of Directors, Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana (1989-present), Treasurer, 1998-1999.

5. Marion County (Indiana) Community Corrections. Consultant on program evaluation (1984‑2001)

6. Bartholomew County Juvenile Detention Center. Consultant on Evaluation of Day Reporting Program (1995-1998).

7. Mayor's Committee on Family Violence, Appointed member of steering committee, Chair Evaluation Committee (September 1993-1997).

8. Steering Committee, Indiana Criminal Justice Institute Research and Information Consortium (1986‑1995).

9. Marion County Indiana Juvenile Court. Consultant on juvenile corrections (1993, 1997-1998).

10. Marion County Indiana Family Advocacy Center. Consultant on Evaluation of Domestic Violence Program delivered by the center, prosecutor, and Indianapolis Police Department (1997-1998)

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

1. Manuscript referee for:

a. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency

b. Urban Affairs Review

c. Justice Quarterly

d. Criminology

e. Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology

f. Social Problems

  1. Journal of Quantitative Criminology

  2. Journal of Criminal Justice

2. Editorial Board, The Open Criminology Journal

GRANTS, FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS

1. “Assessment of the Indiana GPS Pilot Program.” Contract with the Indiana Department of Correction, 2007-2008, $50,000, Principal Investigator.

2. “An Assessment of the Marion County Arrestee Processing Center.” Contract with the Marion County Justice Agency, 2003-2004, $61,000, Principal Investigator.

3. “An Evaluation of the Marion County Cite and Release and Emergency Jail Release Policies.” Contract Marion County Justice Agency, with funding provided by the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, 2003, $19,500, Co-principal investigator with Ken Adams.

4. ";Provision of Assistance to the Indiana Department of Correction on Behalf of the Sentencing Policy Evaluation Committee."; 1995, $85,000. With Stephen Gottfredson and Roger Jarjoura.

5. ";Alcohol and Drug Dependence in Indiana Adult and Juvenile Arrestees."; One study in a family of studies conducted for the State of Indiana. Award from the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, Department of Health and Human Services. 1994-1995, $180,000.

6. ";Evaluation of Marion County Pretrial Home Detention Program."; National Institute of Justice, U.S. Department of Justice ($24,000), 1989-1990. Project Director and Co-principal investigator with Michael Maxfield.

7. ";An Experimental Assessment of the application of Home Detention to an Offense Specific Population."; National Institute of Justice, U.S. Department of Justice ($224,000) 1989-1991. Project Director and Co-Principal Investigator with Robert Mendelsohn.

8. ";Electronic Monitoring of Nonviolent Convicted Felons: An Experiment in Home Detention."; National Institute of Justice, U.S. Department of Justice ($201,000), 1986‑1989. Co-Principal Investigator with Robert Mendelsohn.

9. ";Police Fleet Utilization Plan."; Indianapolis Department of Public Safety ($10,000), 1985‑1986.

10. ";The Robbery of Financial Institutions: A Study of Factors Affecting the Probability of Victimization and Incident Dispositions."; A Grant from the National Institute of Justice, U.S. Department of Justice ($120,000), 1984‑1985.

11. ";Establishing the Bases for Alternative Models of Fear Reduction."; Summer Research Fellowship, National Institute of Justice, U.S. Department of Justice ($7,100), 1983.

12. Grant in Aid of Research, Indiana University at South Bend, 1982.

13. Summer Faculty Fellowship, Indiana University at South Bend, 1981.

14. ";Measuring Fear of Crime."; A grant from the National Institute of Justice, Office of Research and Evaluation Methodology (NI‑AX‑0124; $109,000), 1979‑1980. Co‑Principal Investigator with Dennis Rosenbaum.

PUBLICATIONS

A.Books

Combating Retail Theft: Programs and Strategies. Woburn, MA: Butterworth's Publishing Co., 1984. (Terry L. Baumer and Dennis Rosenbaum).

B.Articles and Chapters

Baumer, Terry. 2007. “Reducing Lockup Crowding with Expedited Initial Processing of Minor Offenders.” Journal of Criminal Justice 36(3):273-281.

Baumer, Terry L. and Kenneth Adams. 2006. “Controlling a Jail Population by Partially Closing the Front Door: An Evaluation of a ‘Summons in Lieu of Arrest’ Policy.” The Prison Journal 86(3):386-402.

Baumer, Terry L. 1998. “Assessing the Need for Treatment in the Arrestee Population.” Journal of Crime and Justice 21(2):173-190.

Baumer, Terry L. and Robert I.Mendelsohn. 1995. ";A Cautionary Tale About Electronically Monitored Home Detention."; In Ken Schulz (ed) Electronic Monitoring and Corrections: The Policy, The Operation, The Research, Burnaby, British Columbia: Simon Fraser University.

Baumer, Terry L., Michael G. Maxfield, and Robert I. Mendelsohn. 1993. ";A Comparative Analysis of Three Electronically Monitored Home Detention Programs."; Justice Quarterly 10:121-142. (NOTE: This article was subsequently reprinted in Journal of Offender Monitoring 1994 7:1-13.)

Maxfield, Michael G. and Terry L. Baumer. 1992. ";Pretrial Home Detention With Electronic Monitoring: A Nonexperimental Salvage Evaluation."; Evaluation Review 16:315-332.

Baumer, Terry L. and Robert I. Mendelsohn. 1992. ";Electronically Monitored Home Confinement: Does It Work?"; Chapter prepared for Smart Sentencing: An Examination of the Emergence of Intermediate Sanctions. James Byrne, Arthur Lurigio, and Joan Petersilia (eds.). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Baumer, Terry L. and Michael G. Maxfield. 1991. ";Electronically Monitored Home Detention."; Overcrowded Times: Solving the Prison Problem 2(5):4, 16. (NOTE: This article subsequently reprinted in Tonry, Michael and Kate Hamilton (eds). 1995. Intermediate Sanctions in Overcrowded Times. Boston: Northeastern University Press.)

Maxfield, Michael G. and Terry L. Baumer. 1991. ";Electronic Monitoring in Marion County, Indiana."; Overcrowded Times: Solving the Prison Problem 2(5):5, 17. (NOTE: This article subsequently reprinted in Tonry, Michael and Kate Hamilton (eds). 1995. Intermediate Sanctions in Overcrowded Times. Boston: Northeastern University Press.)

Maxfield, Michael G. and Terry L. Baumer. 1990. ";Home Detention With Electronic Monitoring: Comparing Pretrial and Postconviction Programs."; Crime and Delinquency 36(4):521-536.

Maxfield, Michael G. and Terry L. Baumer 1990. ";En högteknologisk katt‑och‑råtta lek."; (";A High Technology Cat and Mouse Game";) Apropå 4:9-11. (Invited contribution--a publication of the Swedish National Council for Crime Prevention.)

Terry L. Baumer. 1985. ";Testing a General Model of Fear of Crime: Data from a National Sample."; Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency .

Dennis Rosenbaum and Terry Baumer. 1984. ";Measuring and Controlling Employee Theft: A National Assessment of the State‑of‑the‑Art."; Journal of Security Administration 5:67‑80. (NOTE: Above article reprinted in William Terris (ed) Employee Theft: Research, Theory, and Applications. Park Ridge, IL: London House Press, 1985).

Albert Hunter and Terry Baumer. 1982. ";Street Traffic, Social Integration, and the Fear of Crime."; Sociological Inquiry, (52:122‑131).

Terry Baumer. 1978. ";Research on Fear of Crime in the United States."; Victimology, 3 (winter):254‑264.

";Measuring Citizens' Concern for Crime."; The Bellringer: A Periodic Review of Criminal Justice Evaluation, September, 1978 (P. J. Lavrakas, T. L. Baumer, and W. G. Skogan).

C.Technical Papers and Research Reports (1981-Present):

Baumer, Terry, William Newby III, Megan LaMade, and Amy Seymour. 2008. An Assessment of the Indiana Department of Correction GPS Pilot Program. Report prepared for the Indiana Department of Correction.

Baumer, Terry L. 2005. Evaluation of the Marion County Arrestee Processing Center. Report prepared for the Marion County Justice Agency, Diana Burleson, Director.

Adams, Kenneth and Terry Baumer. 2004. Evaluation of Jail emergency Release Program in Marion County. Report submitted to Marion County Justice Agency, Diana Burleson, Director.

Baumer, Terry L. and Kenneth Adams. 2003. “An Assessment of the Marion County ‘Summons in Lieu of Arrest’ Policy.” Report Submitted to the Marion County Justice Agency, Melinda Haag Director.

Baumer, Terry L. and Robert I. Mendelsohn. 1998. An Assessment of the Indianapolis Community Policing to Combat Domestic Violence Program. Report submitted to the Indianapolis Family Advocacy Center and the Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, U. S. Department of Justice.

Gottfredson, Stephen, Terry Baumer, Roger Jarjoura, Scott Cunningham, and Nicole Kincaid. 1996. Report to the Sentencing Policy Evaluation Committee. Final Report submitted to the Indiana Department of Correction. Indianapolis, IN: Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs.

Baumer, Terry L., David G. Blough and Nicole L. Kincaid. 1995. Drug and Alcohol Dependence in Indiana Arrestees. Final report submitted to the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment on behalf of the Indiana Division of Mental Health.

Baumer, Terry L., and Robert I. Mendelsohn. 1992. Final Report: An Experimental Assessment of the Application of Home Detention to an Offense Specific Population. Report submitted to the National Institute of Justice.

Maxfield, Michael G. and Terry L. Baumer. 1991. Final Report: Evaluation of Pretrial Home Detention With Electronic Monitoring. Final Report submitted to the National Institute of Justice.

Maxfield, Michael G. and Terry L. Baumer. 1991. Evaluation of Pretrial Home Detention With Electronic Monitoring: Brief Summary. Report submitted to the National Institute of Justice.

Baumer, Terry L. and Robert I. Mendelsohn. 1990. Electronic Monitoring of Nonviolent Convicted Felons: An Experiment in Home Detention, Final Report. Report submitted to National Institute of Justice, U.S. Department of Justice.

Ziegert, Andrea and Terry Baumer. 1986. An Analysis of the Cost Implications of Police Marked Vehicle Use Policies. Report submitted to Indianapolis Department of Public Safety.

Baumer, Terry, Michael Carrington, and Emily Marshman. 1986. The Robbery of Financial Institutions: Final Report. Report submitted to the National Institute of Justice.

Baumer, Terry and Michael Carrington. 1986. The Robbery of Financial Institutions: Executive Summary. Report submitted to the National Institute of Justice.

Baumer, Terry and Michael Carrington. 1986. The Robbery of Financial Institutions: Brief Summary. Report submitted to the National Institute of Justice.

Baumer, Terry and Dennis Rosenbaum. 1981. Measuring Fear of Crime: Perceptual, Affective and Behavioral Dimensions."; Final Report submitted to the National Institute of Justice, U.S. Department of Justice, Washington, D.C. (Grant Number NI‑AX‑0124).

D. Professional Papers and Presentations (1982-Present):

Baumer, Terry, William Newby III, Megan LaMade, and Amy Seymour. 2008. “Can You See Me Now: GPS Monitoring of Paroled Sex Offenders.” Paper presented to the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, St. Louis, Mo., November.

Baumer, Terry L. “Taming the Lockup: Violence and the Use of Force in an Open Booking Facility.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Los Angeles, CA, November 1-4, 2006.

Baumer, Terry L. and Kenneth Adams. “Assessing the Impact of a Police ‘Cite and Release’ Policy: A Natural Experiment.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Denver, CO, November 2003.

Cunningham, Scott and Terry Baumer. “An Examination of Indiana’s Habitual Offender Statute and It’s Implementation”. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Diego, CA, November 1997.

Baumer, Terry L. ";Assessing the Need for Treatment in the Arrestee Population."; Paper presented to the annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Las Vegas, Nevada, March 13-16, 1996.

Baumer, Terry L. ";Estimating the Statewide Need for Treatment in the Arrestee Population."; Invited presentation to the National Technical Center for Substance Abuse Needs Assessment Annual Conference. November, 1995.

Baumer, Terry L. ";Lessons From an Electronically Monitored Home Detention Program."; Presentation to Electronically Monitored Home Confinement: The Operation, The Economics, The Ethics."; A Canadian National Conference jointly sponsored by Simon Fraser University and the Ministry of Justice, Vancouver, British Columbia. April, 1993.

Baumer, Terry L. and Robert I. Mendelsohn. ";Comparing Methods of Monitoring Home Detention: The Results of a Field Experiment."; Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, November 20-24, 1991.

Baumer, Terry L., Michael G. Maxfield, and Robert I. Mendelsohn. ";A Comparative Analysis of Three Electroncially Monitored home Detention Programs."; Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Baltimore, MD, November 1990.

Baumer, Terry L. ";The Electronic Monitoring of Offenders in the United States."; Invited presentation to the Home Office Research and Planning Unit Seminar Series, London, England, June 7, 1990.

Baumer, Terry L. ";Observations On the Utilization of Electronically Monitored Home Detention in the United States."; Invited presentation to Electronisch Huisarrest Ja of Nee? a national conference in Utrecht, The Netherlands, June 1, 1990.

Maxfield, Michael and Terry Baumer. ";Pretrial Home Detention With Electronic Monitoring: A Preliminary Investigation."; Paper presented at annual meeting of American Society of Criminolgy, Reno, Nevada, November 1989.

Baumer, Terry L. and Robert Mendelsohn. ";Correctional Goals and Home Detention: A Preliminary Empirical Assessment."; Paper presented at annual meeting of American Society of Criminology, Chicago, Illinois, November 1988.

Mendelsohn, Robert and Terry Baumer. ";Observations on Electronically Monitored Home Detention: Details at Eleven."; Paper presented at annual meeting of American Society of Criminiology, Montreal, Canada, November, 1987.

Baumer, Terry L. ";The Robbery of Financial Institutions."; Paper presented at Bank Administration Institute Annual Security Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, April, 1987.

Baumer, Terry L. ";Missing Children: Official Records As an Indicator of the Extent of the Problem."; Paper presented to the National Conference on Missing and Exploited Children, Chicago, Illinois, March 2‑5, 1986.

Baumer, Terry L. and Michael Carrington. ";Bank Robbery: Who Gets Hit and Why."; Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Las Vegas, Nevada, April 1, 1985.

Baumer, Terry L. ";Alternative Models of Fear Reduction: Taking Another 'Bite Out of Crime'."; Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Denver, Colorado, November 12, 1983.

Baumer, Terry L. and Dennis Rosenbaum. ";Fear of Crime: An Empirical Clarification of a Major Problem."; Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C., August 23‑27, 1982.

";Implementing the New Federalism in Indiana: Anticipating State Responses to Presidential Initiatives."; Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Public Administration, Honolulu, Hawaii, March 23‑27, 1982 (with C. James Owen and William Hojnacki).

CURRICULUM VITA

Mark T. Berg

Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice

University of Missouri- Saint Louis

338 Lucas Hall

One University Blvd

Saint Louis, MO 63121

Phone: (314)-775-8946

E-mail: markberg1@


EDUCATION

2005 - Present Ph.D. Student, University of Missouri-Saint Louis, Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice

Dissertation: Understanding the Relationship between Victimization and Offending: Modeling Causal Mechanisms across Place and Time.

Committee: Janet Lauritsen (chair), Finn Esbensen, Richard Rosenfeld, Rolf Loeber (outside member)

2005 M.S., Sociology, Iowa State University

Thesis: Assessing the Impact of Social Control, Human Agency and Substance Use on Rates of Post-Prison Survival.

Advisor: Matt DeLisi

2003 B.S., Sociology, Iowa State University

HONORS AND AWARDS

2008 - 2009 H.F. Guggenheim Dissertation Fellowship ($20,000)

2005 Graduate Student Research Excellence Award, Iowa State University

2004 Professional Advancement Grant, Iowa

State University

2002 Undergraduate Research Award, Iowa

State University

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Research

2008 Vera Institute of Justice, New York, NY

Contract Research

2005 – Present Graduate Research Assistant, University

Of Missouri-Saint Louis, Department of

Criminology

2003 – Present Graduate Research Assistant, Iowa State University, Department of Sociology

Teaching

2007 - 2008 University of Missouri-Saint Louis

(Instructor: Criminal Justice Policy,Forms of Criminal Behavior, Introduction to Statistics)

2003 – 2004 Iowa State University, Department of Sociology (Recitation Leader: Youth and Crime)

REFERREED PUBLICATIONS

Berg, Mark T. & Andres Rengifo. (In Press). “Community Organization and Robbery: Examining the Mediating Role of Drug Market Dynamics.” Justice Quarterly.

Berg, Mark T. & Matt DeLisi. (2006). “The Correctional Melting Pot: Race, Ethnicity, Citizenship, and Prison Violence.” Journal of Criminal Justice 34:631-642.

DeLisi, Matt & Mark T. Berg. (2006). “Exploring Theoretical Linkages Between Self-Control Theory and Criminal Justice System Processing.” Journal of CriminalJustice 34:153-163.

Berg, Mark T. & Matt DeLisi. (2005). “Do Career Criminals Exist in Rural America?” Journal of Criminal Justice 33: 317-325.

DeLisi, Matt, Mark T. Berg, & Andy Hochstetler. (2004). “Gang Members, Career Criminals, and Prison Violence: Further Specification of the Importation Model of

Inmate Behavior.” Criminal Justice Studies 17:369-383.

BOOK CHAPTERS

Berg, Mark T. & Eric A. Stewart. (In Press). “Examining the Logic of Subcultural Models.” In Heith Copes and Volkan Topalli (Eds.), Criminological Theory: The Reader. McGraw Hill.

Berg, Mark T. & Eric A. Stewart. (In Press). “Cultural Transmission.” In J. Mitchell Miller (Ed.), 21stst Century Criminology: A Reference Handbook. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

OTHER WORKS

Berg, Mark T. (2008). “Surveying Organizational Diversity.” Vera Institute of Justice, New York, New York.

Berg, Mark T. & Eric A. Stewart. (In press). “The Street Code.” In Helen Green and

Shaun Gabbidon (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Race and Crime. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Richardson, Lillian, Beth Huebner, David Valentine, Shannon Stokes, Jennifer Cobbina, & Mark T. Berg. (2006). “Sex Offenders Risk Assessment.” ActionReport to the Missouri Sentencing Advisory Committee. University of Missouri - Institute of Public Policy

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Huebner, Beth & Mark T. Berg. (2008). ";Desistance and Persistence: Two Sides of the

Same Coin?"; To be presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology; Saint Louis, MO.

Berg, Mark T. & Rolf Loeber. (2008). ";The Relationship between Victimization and Violence: Modeling Causal Mechanisms across Place and Time."; To be presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology; Saint Louis, MO.

Rengifo, Andres & Mark T. Berg. (2007). “Co-offending Networks. Multilevel and Longitudinal Approaches.” Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology; Atlanta, GA.

Berg, Mark T. (2006). “Neighborhood Social Organization, Robbery and Drug Markets.” Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology; Los Angeles, CA.

Berg, Mark T. & Matt DeLisi. (2004).";Race and Inmate Misconduct."; Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology; Nashville, TN

DeLisi, Matt, Mark T. Berg, & Andrew Hochstetler. (2004) “Gang Members, Career Criminals and Prison Violence: Further Specification of the Importation Model of Prison Violence."; Annual Meetings of the American Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences; Las Vegas, NV

Berg, Mark T. & Matt DeLisi. (2003). ";Do Career Criminals Exist in Rural America?"; Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology; Denver, CO.

WORKS IN PROGRESS/UNDER REVIEW*

* Drafts available upon request

ACADEMIC SERVICE

Peer Reviewer for Crime and Delinquency

Peer Reviewer for the American Journal of Public Health

REFERENCES

Janet L. Lauritsen, Ph.D. Eric A. Stewart, Ph.D.

Professor Associate Professor

Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice College of Criminal Justice

University of Missouri Saint Louis Florida State University

One University Blvd. 634 West Call St.

Lucas Hall P.O. Box 3061127

Saint Louis, MO 63121 Tallahassee, FL 32306-1127

Phone: 314-516-5427 Phone: 850-645-8150

Email: janet_lauritsen@umsl.edu Email: estewart2@fsu.edu

Richard Rosenfeld, Ph.D.

Curators Professor

Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice

University of Missouri Saint Louis

One University Blvd.

Lucas Hall

Saint Louis, MO 63121

Phone: 314-516-6717

Email: richard_rosenfeld@umsl.edu

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

American Society of Criminology (ASC)

Midwest Sociological Association (MSA)

CURRICULUM VITAE

PERSONAL INFORMATION

NAME William Albert Foley, Jr.

ADDRESS AND PHONE 7753 Fall Creek Road

Indianapolis, IN 46256 (317) 841-0818 Home

(317) 501-9496 Cell

E-Mail w.m.foley@

MARITAL STATUS Married, two adult children

EDUCATION

Ph.D. Indiana University, December, 2005

(Includes PhD courses, Harvard University)

M.A. Indiana University, February, 1971, (Includes funded M.A. seminar research, University of Chicago)

B.A. Indiana University, September, 1969, (Includes undergraduate courses: Butler University, Cameron University, University of Oklahoma, and University of California-Berkley)

PhD CONCENTRATION

United States History - Recent American (Political and Urban)

American Studies - Political

GRADUATE TEACHINGUNDERGRADUATE TEACHING

United States History (Major) United States Political 1920 to Present

British History (Minor) American Urban History

American Studies (Outside Area) American Diplomatic History since 1900

Defense Support to Civil Authorities American Military History

Department of Defense Organization Kennedy Presidency, 1961-1963

Force Protection and Homeland Security African-American History

National Security Studies American Social and Intellectual History

Canadian History, 1867 to Present

Public Safety

Emergency Management

Homeland Security

ACADEMIC RECORD OF EMPLOYMENT

Indiana University Purdue University Lecturer Public Safety and Executive Education

Indianapolis, January 2008 School of Public and Environmental Affairs

To the Present

Indiana University Purdue University Instructor of American History, Graduate and

Indianapolis, 2005/2006 and Undergraduate level (Part-time)

2006/2007 Academic Years

Purdue University, West Lafayette Adjunct Professor Agricultural and Biological

August 2006 to the Present Engineering and Homeland Security (P-T)

Purdue University at Calumet 2006/2007 Lecturer in Homeland Security (P-T)

And 2007/2008 Academic Years

Department of Homeland Security (IN) Chief Plans Development Section (Full-time),

Feb 2005 to December 2007 Previous HLS Consultant IDHS (P-T), Army ROTC

(P-T), and Defense Contractor L-3Com (P-T)

Indiana University, Bloomington PhD Candidate through Dec 2005 (Dissertation completed)

United States Army War College Graduate Faculty, Program Director and Course

Carlisle, PA June 2003 to Author; PhD candidate Indiana University

January 2005

Chief, Operations, Homeland Security Full-time, Branch Chief, FORSCOM U.S. Army Forces Command Part-time, PhD Candidate, Indiana University

May 2002 to June 2003

Indiana University and Executive Officer, Part-time, PhD Candidate

Training Support Brigade-Harrison Full-time, Executive Officer, TSB Harrison

June 1, 1999 to June 3, 2002

U.S. Army War College, Carlisle, PA and Part-time, Army War College Student

Indiana University and Part-time, PhD Candidate

101st Airborne Division Full-time, Division Chief, G-3, 101st Airborne

May 13, 1996 to June 1, 1999 Division (A/A), Fort Campbell, KY

Ball State University, Muncie, IN Chairman of the Department of Military Science, July 19, 1993 to May 13, 1996 Professor of Military Science, Lecturer, American Military History, (Part-time)

Indiana University Medical Center, Coordinator of Medical Officer Training Corps

IUPUI Campus, August 1, 1991 and AMEDD Recruiter, and

to July 18, 1993 Instructor American History (Part-time)

Command and General Staff Officers Student at ACE and North Central accredited

College, Fort Leavenworth, KS graduate program in Advanced Military Tactics July 31, 1990 to July 31, 1991 and Military History

Indiana University Purdue University Assistant Professor of Military Science and

Indianapolis, August Part-time Instructor in American History

31, 1987 to July 31, 1990

Indiana University Purdue University Assistant Registrar, Historical Course Records and Indianapolis, January 19, 1981 Part-time Instructor of American History

to August 30, 1987

Indiana University Bloomington, IN Research Assistant, Grading Assistant and PhD

July 2, 1980 to January 18, 1981 Student, American History, Dept. of History

Boston University, Boston, MA Associate University Registrar,

August 1, 1977 to July 1, 1980 University Access Officer, and Associate Instructor of American History (Part-time)

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA Associate Instructor in American History (Part-

September 1, 1976 to June 1, 1978 time) on the Kennedy Administration

Boston University, Boston, MA Assistant University Registrar, Privacy Access

August 1, 1975 to July 31, 1977 Officer, Associate Instructor of American History Also, Instructor of History, Emmanuel College,Boston, MA (part-time)

Boston University, Boston, MA Assistant Director Program Resource Office,

August 1, 1974 to July 1, 1975 Associate Instructor of American History

Also Guest Lecturer, John F. Kennedy Library

Instructor of History, Curry College, Milton,

MA Simmons College, Boston, MA Instructor of History, Full-time Faculty in American History (Sabbatical leave replacement)July 1, 1973 to July 31, 1974

Harvard University, Cambridge MA Research Assistant, History of Medicine,

July 1, 1973 to July 31, 1974 Francis A. Countway Library, Harvard Medical

School



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