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Joseph B. Richardson, Jr.

Curriculum Vitae

Office Contact

The University of Maryland

Department of African-American Studies

1141 Taliaferro Hall

4280 Chapel Lane

College Park, MD 20742

Phone: (301) 405-1163

Fax: (301) 314-3992

email: jrichar5@umd.edu

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

Associate Professor

Race, Health, Social Policy, Community & Urban Studies

Department of African-American Studies

College of Behavioral and Social Sciences

University of Maryland at College Park

(September 2013-Present)

Associate Professor (Joint Appointment)

Department of Anthropology

Anthropology of Health

College of Behavioral and Social Sciences

University of Maryland at College Park

(January 2017-Present)

Assistant Professor

Race, Health, Social Policy, Community & Urban Studies

Department of African-American Studies

College of Behavioral and Social Sciences

University of Maryland at College Park

(September 2006-August 2013)

Assistant Professor-Research Faculty

Chapin Hall Center for Children

University of Chicago

(September 2005-August 2006)

Adjunct Professor

Department of Criminal Justice

Chicago State University

(June 2004-August 2006)

ACADEMIC AFFILIATIONS

Co-Director, Capital Region Violence Intervention Program (CAP-VIP)

Prince George’s Hospital Trauma Center

Cheverly, MD

Director, Hotspot Study Rapid Response Team

National Drug Early Warning System (NDEWS)

Center for Substance Abuse Research (CESAR)

College of Behavioral and Social Sciences

University of Maryland-College Park, MD

Chair, Qualitative Research Interest Group (QRIG)

Consortium on Race, Gender and Ethnicity (CRGE) University of Maryland-College Park, MD

Faculty Affiliate, Maryland Population Research Center (MPRC)

College of Behavioral and Social Sciences

University of Maryland-College Park, MD

Faculty Affiliate, Violence Intervention Program (VIP)

University of Maryland Medical System R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center

Baltimore, MD

EDUCATION

RUTGERS UNIVERSITY-SCHOOL OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE, Newark, NJ Doctorate of Philosophy in Criminology and Criminal Justice (2003)

RUTGERS UNIVERSITY-SCHOOL OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE, Newark, NJ.

Master of Arts in Criminology and Criminal Justice (1992)

THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA, Charlottesville, VA.

Bachelor of Arts in African and African-American Studies (1990)

POST-DOCTORAL TRAINING

MOREHOUSE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

Mental Health, Substance Abuse and HIV/AIDS in Correctional Healthcare

NIMH Clinical Research Scholars Training Program

Department of Community Health and Preventive Medicine

Atlanta, GA

(Summers June 2008-August 2010)

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA-SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

Mental Health, Substance Abuse and HIV/AIDS in Correctional Healthcare

NIMH Clinical Research Scholars Training Program

Department of Medicine

Division of Infectious Diseases

Chapel Hill, NC

(Summers June 2008-August 2010)

UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO

Spencer Foundation Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship

Consortium on Chicago School Research

Urban Education Institute

(September 2003-August 2005)

PRE-DOCTORAL TRAINING

NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH INSTITUTES (NDRI)

National Institute on Drug Abuse Pre-Doctoral Research Fellowship, Behavioral Science Research Training Program in Drug Abuse

New York, NY

(January 1995-December 2000)

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Violence & Trauma

Violence Prevention & Intervention

Adolescent and Young Adult Serious Violent Offenders

Incarceration as a Social Determinant of Health

Substance Abuse and HIV Risk Behaviors

Parenting Low-Income Black Male Youth

Medical Anthropology

Urban Ethnography

Structural Violence

Social Capital

Social Network Analysis

AWARDS & HONORS

Invited Scholar, RISE (Research, Integration, Strategies and Evaluation) for Boys and Men of Color. April 2016-Present.

Mid-Career Scholar Award, New Connections Program, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Princeton, New Jersey. August 2014-December 2015.

Honoree, 8th Annual University-Wide Celebration of Scholarship and Research, University of Maryland, College Park, MD. May 2015.

Faculty Spotlight, Consortium on Race, Gender and Ethnicity, University of Maryland, College Park, MD. October 2014.

ICPSR Methodological Training Award in Social Network Analysis, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, New Connections Program. August 2014.

Early Career Scholar, The Ford Foundation Scholars Network on Masculinity and the Well-Being of African-American Men, August 2009-Present.

University of Maryland Black Alumni Spotlight Award, University of Maryland, College Park, MD (August 2013)

Clinical Research Training Fellowship, Mental Health, Substance Abuse and HIV/AIDS in Correctional Healthcare Clinical Research Scholars Training Program. Morehouse School of Medicine, Department of Community Health and Preventive Medicine (Atlanta, GA) and the Division for Infectious Diseases, School of Medicine, University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill, NC), June 2008-August 2010. (NIMH Grant # 5R25MH080669)

The Faculty Minority Achievement Award, President’s Commission on Ethnic Minority Issues, University of Maryland, April 2009.

Center for Teaching Excellence Award, University of Maryland, College Park. (September 2008-June 2009)

Faculty of the Year Award, Nyumburu Cultural Center, University of Maryland, College Park, May 2007.

MacArthur Foundation Transitions to Adulthood Research Network, Member, University of Chicago Chapin Hall Center for Children, September 2005-August 2006.

Spencer Foundation Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship, University of Chicago, Consortium on Chicago School Research, September 2003-August 2005.

Graduate Research Fellowship, US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice, January 2000-January 2001.

NIDA Pre-Doctoral Research Fellowship, Behavioral Science Research Training Program in Drug Abuse, The National Development and Research Institutes (NDRI) and the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA). January 1995-December 2000.

PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

1. Richardson, J., St. Vil, C., Sharpe, T., Wagner, M., & Cooper, C. (2016). Risk factors for recurrent violent injury among Black men. Journal of Surgical Research. 204(1): 261-266.

2. Richardson, J., St. Vil, C., Wish, E., & Cooper, C. (2016). On papers: Perceptions of synthetic cannabinoid use among Black males under criminal justice supervision. Health and Justice. 4(1): 1-10. DOI 10.1186/s40352-016-0032-z

3. Richardson, J., St. Vil, C., & Cooper, C. (2015). Who shot ya? How emergency departments can collect reliable police shooting data. Journal of Urban Health. DOI:10.1007/s11524-015-0008-7

4. Richardson, J. & St. Vil. C. (2015). “Rolling Dolo”: Navigating the code, violence and desistance over the early adolescent life-course. Ethnography. (DOI): 10.1177/1466138115609624

5. Richardson, J., & St. Vil, C. (2015). Putting in work: Black male joblessness, violence, crime and the code of the street. Spectrum: A Journal on Black Men. 3(2): 71-98.

6. Robillard, A.G., Spencer, S. M., & Richardson, J.B. (2014). Expanding the African-American Studies paradigm to include health: A novel approach to promoting health equity. Journal of African-American Studies. (DOI) 10.1007/s12111-014-9292-7

7. Richardson, J., Van Brakle, M. & St. Vil, C. (2014). Taking boys out of the hood: Exile as a parenting strategy for African-American male youth. New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development. 143: 11-31.

8. Richardson, J., Johnson, W., & St. Vil, C. (2014). I want him locked up: Juvenile confinement as a parenting strategy for pre-delinquent African-American male youth. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography. DOI: 10.1177/0891241613520453

9. Richardson, J. & Van Brakle, M. (2013). The everyday struggle: Social capital, youth violence and parenting strategies for urban, low-income Black male youth. Race and Social Problems. 5(4): 262-280. DOI: 10.1007/s12552-013-9103-0

10. Richardson, J., Brown, J., & Van Brakle, M. (2013). Pathways to early violent death: The ‘voices’ of serious violent youth offenders. American Journal of Public Health. DOI:10.2105/AJPH.2012.301160

11. Khan, M., Rosen, D., Epperson, M., Goldberg, A., Hemberg, J., Richardson, J., & Perriman, T. (2013). Adolescent criminal justice involvement and sexually transmitted infection in a nationally-representative US sample. Journal of Urban Health. 90(4): 717-728.

12. Richardson, J., & Robillard, A. (2012). The least of these: Chronic exposure to violence and HIV risk among African-American male violent youth offenders detained in an adult jail. The Journal of Black Psychology. DOI: 10.1177/0095798412447645

13. Richardson, J. (2012). Beyond the playing field: Coaches as social capital for inner-city adolescent African-American males. Journal of African-American Studies. 16(2): 171-194.

14. Richardson, J & Van Brakle, M. (2011). At wits end: A qualitative study of African-American parenting strategies, social capital, the juvenile justice system and mental healthcare for at-risk youth. Journal of Correctional Healthcare. 17(4): 319-328.

15. Richardson, J., Brown, J., Van Brakle, M., & Godette, D. (2010). Qualitative insights on the HIV risk behaviors among violent youth offenders. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation. 49 (8): 520-535.

16. Richardson, J. (2009). Men do matter: Ethnographic insights on the socially supportive role of the African-American uncle in the lives of inner-city

African-American male youth. Journal of Family Issues. 30: 1041-1069.

17. Hatcher, S., Toldson, I., Godette, D., & Richardson, J. (2009). Mental health, substance abuse, and HIV disparities in correctional settings: Practice and policy implications for African Americans. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved.

20(2): 6-16.

18. Richardson, J. (2008). Contextualizing juvenile re-entry for young African-American males: From prison yard to schoolyard. Journal of Social Policy and Public Management. 14(2): 21-32.

MANUSCRIPTS REVISE & RESUBMISSION

St. Vil, C., Richardson, J., & Cooper, C. (2016). Method to the madness:  Methodological considerations for research with Black male victims of violent injury in an urban trauma unit. Submitted to Qualitative Health Research.

MANUSCRIPTS UNDER REVIEW

Richardson, J., St. Vil, C., & Cooper, C. (2016). Off the grid: The ACA Navigator and the best practices for enrolling violently injured young Black men into health insurance coverage

Griffin, R., Richardson, J., Kerby, J, & McGwin, G. (2016) A decompositional analysis of firearm-related mortality in the United States, 2000-2014.

MANUSCRIPTS IN PREPARATION

Richardson, J., St. Vil, C., & Cooper, C. (2017). Behind the bullet: The positionality of the Black male ethnographer in the study of violence and trauma among young Black men

Richardson, J., St. Vil, C., & Cooper, C. (2017). Shook: Post-traumatic stress among young Black male victims of violent injury

Richardson, J., St. Vil, C., & Cooper, C. (2017). Status unknown: HIV testing for young Black male victims of violent injury in an urban trauma unit

Richardson, J., St. Vil, C., & Cooper, C. (2017). Measuring the odds: A brief screening tool to assess risk for repeat violent injury

Richardson, J., St. Vil, C., & Cooper, C. (2017). History of incarceration as a determinant of repeat violent injury among Black men

BOOK CHAPTERS

Richardson, J. (2010). The Emerging Role of the African-American Uncle in the Lives Single-Female Headed Households and At-Risk African-American Male Youth. Social Work with African-American Males: Health, Mental Health and Social Policy. Ed, Waldo E. Johnson. Oxford University Press. New York, NY.

Smith, E., Richardson, J. Belue, R. (2009). Homicide and Violence among African-American Youth: From Epidemic to Endemic? In Health Issues in the Black Community 3rd Edition. Eds., R. Braithwaite, S. Taylor and H. Treadwell. Jossey-Bass Publishing. San Francisco, CA.

Richardson, J. (2005). Social capital and the impact of violence among early adolescent African-American males, Research in Race and Ethnic Relations. 12: 131-170.

BOOK CHAPTERS (UNDER REVIEW)

Richardson, J. (2017). The role of personal experiences as Black men in shaping theoretical and analytical approaches to studying Black men and boys. In Ford Foundation Scholars Network Edited Volume. Ed, Alford Young. Routledge Books.

MONOGRAPHS & NEWSLETTERS

Richardson, J. (October 2014). My experience at the Patients Like Me site visit.

Patients News. University of Maryland-School of Pharmacy, Baltimore, MD.

WEB PUBLICATIONS

Irwin-Morris, V. (December 2012). Making Literary Connections Via Street Literature: One Scholar’s Incredible Work.

Retrieved from URL

Anderson, T. (June, 2010). Q&A: Dr. Joseph Richardson, Expert in Health-Risk Reduction among Youth Offenders. Black AIDS Institute. Retrieved from URL

MEDIA PUBLICATIONS

Featured in Be The Solution Magazine, A Violence Intervention: Researchers Work With Victims of Violent Injury at Prince George’s Hospital Trauma Center, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences, University of Maryland, Spring 2016.

Featured in Could Hospital ERs Provide Missing Data on Police Shootings? February 4, 2016. National Public Radio. Retrieved from URL .

Featured in Drug Test Shortcomings Foil Synthetic Marijuana Crackdown Efforts. August 20, 2015. The Washington Times, Retrieved from URL news/2015/aug/20/synthetic-marijuana-drug-test-shortcomings-foil-cr/print/

Featured in Baltimore Turmoil Mirrors Racial Disparity. May 2015. Global Times, Retrieved from URL  

Anderson, T. Jan/Feb 2012. Featured Scholar in ‘Forgotten Sons: HIV among Young Black Men.’ POZ Magazine.

Q&A with Joseph B. Richardson on Project Create Health Literacy Program at the District of Columbia Jail, Spotlight on Recovery Magazine. Jan 2011. pgs 17-19.

Turner Trice, D. December 2010. Black Scholars Reach into Their Own Pasts to Help Beleaguered Young Black Men. Chicago Tribune. Retrieved from URL



MEDIA APPEARANCES

Guest, John Lewis, Donald Trump and Civil Rights, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Radio (CBC Radio). Canada.

(January 2017)

Guest, Who Shot Ya?: A Novel Hospital Based Violence Intervention Program, inSocialWork Podcast Series, University at Buffalo School of Social Work, Retrieved from URL

(December 2016)

Guest, Neo-Nazis in Baltimore and Historical Traumas in Black America, By Any Means Necessary Show Hosted by Eugene Puryear, Sputnik International Radio, Retrieved from URL

(August 2016)

Guest, Police Shootings in the US and the Aftermath, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Radio (CBC Radio). Canada.

(July 2016)

Guest, Behind the Headlines-Endemic Structural and Gun Violence in America, Hope and Wellness Podcast, Washington, DC, Retrieved from URL

(July 2016)

Guest, Violence and Race: A View From Local Hospitals, National Public Radio (NPR), Kojo Nnamdi Show, WAMU 88.5, Washington, DC. Retrieved from URL



(November 2015)

Guest, Hospital Based Violence Prevention and Management, Hope and Wellness Show, BLIS.FM, Washington, DC. Retrieved from URL

(October 2015)

Guest, Race War-Dylann Roof’s Attack on the Black Church, CBC-Radio, Canada (June 2015)

Guest, Baltimore Protests and Joseph Kent, In the Now, RT, Moscow, Russia (April 2015)

Guest, World of Guns, In the Now, RT, Moscow, Russia (January 2015)

Guest, Panel Discussion on Modern Day Slavery, Radio 786, Capetown, South Africa (February 2014)

Featured Scholar, 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington, NBC News 4, Washington, DC (August 2013)

Featured Scholar, Documentary Film, The More Effective Evil: The Impact of President Obama on the Black Community and Humanity. (2013). Your World News Films

Featured Scholar, Documentary Film, The Façade of the American Dream. (2013). Retrieved from URL

Featured Speaker, Trayvon Martin 1,000 Campus Vigil, NBC News 4. Washington, DC. (April 2012)

Guest, I Mix What I Like Show, Hosted by Dr. Jared Ball, Mass Incarceration in the Age of Obama, WPFW, Pacifica Radio, Washington, DC (January 2012)

Featured Scholar, Documentary Film, Another Part of Me: Youth Views on Drugs and Incarceration in Our Community. Educational Video Center. (2010) Retrieved from URL

DIGITAL MEDIA PRODUCTION

Producer and Host, Working Class Intellectuals Podcast on SoundCloud

Producer, Documentary Short Film, Bullets Without Names, Retrieved from URL

*Nominated for American Visions Award 2014

Producer, ‘Every 80 Minutes,’ Public Service Announcement on Urban Gun Violence in the City of Philadelphia

GRANT AWARDS

2016-2018, Richardson, J. (PI), Somerville, J. (Co-I)

Second Chance Act Smart Reentry Grant

Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA)

Project: Capital Region Violence Intervention Program at Prince George’s Hospital Trauma Center

Amount: $234,000

2016-2017, Richardson, J (PI) & Benoit, R. (Co-I)

District of Columbia Office of Victim Services and Justice Grants

Project: Capital Region Violence Intervention Program at Prince George’s Hospital Trauma Center

Amount: $123,000

2016-2017, Richardson, J. (PI)

Dean’s Research Initiative

College of Behavioral and Social Sciences

University of Maryland at College Park

Project: Exploring Recurrent Violent Trauma, Access to Care and HIV Risk Behaviors among Young Black Men in Prince George’s County

Amount: $20,000

2016-2017, Richardson, J. (PI)

Maryland Population Research Center

University of Maryland at College Park

Project: Exploring Recurring Violent Trauma, Access to Care and HIV Risk Behaviors among Young Black Men in Prince George’s County

Amount: $15,000

2016-2017, Richardson, J. (PI)

PATIENTS Program

University of Maryland School of Pharmacy

Project: Life After the Gunshot: Empowering Patient Directed Care for Young Black Male Victims of Violent Injury

Amount: $7,598

U01-DA038360

2014-2019, Wish, E. (PI), Artigiani, E. (Co-I), Richardson, J. (Co-I),

Golbeck, J (Co-I), Subrahmanian, V.S. (Co-I)

National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA)

Project: National Drug Early Warning System (NDEWS)

Amount: $3,000,000

2014-2015, Richardson, J. (PI), Cooper, C. (Co-I)

Project: Assessing the Best Strategies of the Maryland ACA Navigator for Enrolling Young Black Male Victims of Violent Injury into Health Insurance Coverage

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Amount: $100,000

2014-2015, Richardson, J. (PI)

University of Maryland Research and Scholarship Award (RASA)

University of Maryland, College Park

Project: Exploring Recurrent Violent Trauma, Linkages to Care and HIV Risk Related Behaviors among African-American Men in Prince George’s County, MD

Amount: $9,000

2013-2014, Richardson, J. (PI)

College of Behavioral and Social Sciences Dean’s Research Initiative

University of Maryland, College Park

Project: Exploring Recurrent Violent Trauma, Linkages to Care and HIV Risk Related Behaviors among African-American Men in Prince George’s County, MD

Amount: $20,000

2012-2013 Richardson, J. (PI)

Pepsi Enhancement Funds

University of Maryland, College Park

Project: Women of Color and Mass Incarceration

Amount: $1,000

2011-2012 Richardson, J. (PI)

Consortium for Race, Gender and Ethnicity

University of Maryland, College Park

Faculty Seed Grants for Developing Qualitative Work

Project: Exploring Recurrent Violent Trauma, Linkages to Care and HIV Risk Related Behaviors among African-American Men in Prince George’s County, MD

Amount: $2,400

2011-2012 Richardson, J. (Co-PI), University of Maryland at College Park

Cooper, C. (Co-PI), University of Maryland School of Medicine (SOM)

Prevention Research Center Seed Grant Program, UMD School of Public Health

Project: Exploring Recurrent Violent Trauma, Linkages to Care and HIV Risk Related Behaviors among African-American Men in Prince George’s County, MD

Amount: $10,000

2010-2011 Richardson, J. (PI)

College of Behavioral and Social Sciences Dean’s Research Initiative

University of Maryland, College Park

Project: Exploring the Nexus of Exposure to Violence, Psychological Stressors, Substance Abuse and Criminal Justice Involvement among Victims of Violent Injuries In Baltimore City

Amount: $20,000

2010-2011 Richardson, J. (PI)

University of Maryland Research and Scholarship Award (RASA)

University of Maryland, College Park

Project: Exploring the Nexus of Exposure to Violence, Psychological Stressors and Criminal Justice Involvement among Victims of Violent Injuries In Baltimore City

Amount: $9,000

2010-2011 Richardson, J. (PI)

Maryland Population Research Center Seed Grant

University of Maryland, College Park

Project: Exploring the Nexus of Exposure to Violence, Psychological Stressors and Criminal Justice Involvement among Victims of Violent Injuries in Baltimore City

Amount: $6,000

2008-2010 Richardson, J. (PI)

Mental Health and Substance Abuse in Corrections Clinical Scholars Research Training Program

National Institute of Mental Health and Morehouse School of Medicine

Grant # 5R25MH080669

Project: Exploring the Nexus of Exposure to Violence, Psychological Stressors and Criminal Justice Involvement among Victims of Violent Injuries In Baltimore City

Amount: $10,000

2008-2010 Richardson, J. (PI)

Mental Health and Substance Abuse in Corrections Clinical Scholars Research Training Program

National Institute of Mental Health and Morehouse School of Medicine

Grant # 5R25MH080669

Project: A Qualitative Study of Health Risks Behaviors among African-American Male Youth Offenders Detained in an Adult Jail

Amount: $10,000

2008-2009 Richardson, J. (PI)

Center for Teaching Excellence

University of Maryland, College Park

Project: Community as Classroom Using Qualitative Methods in Urban Studies

Amount: $3,500

2005-2006 Richardson, J. (PI)

The MacArthur Foundation Transitions to Adulthood Research Network

Project: Exploring the Social Context of Juvenile Re-Entry in Chicago

Amount: $30,000

GRANT PROPOSALS IN PREPARATION

Richardson, J. (PI), St. Vil, C. (Co-PI), Cooper, C. (Co-PI), Benoit, R. (Co-I)

Patient Centered Research Outcomes Institute (PCORI)

Project: Comparing the Effectiveness of Hospital-Based Violence Intervention Programs on Patient Outcomes**

Amount: $1,300,000

**Resubmission

FIELDWORK

2015-2016

Screening and Reporting, Synthetic Cannabinoid Use, Urban Emergency Department, in Prince George’s County, MD

2014-2016

Affordable Care Act Navigator, Health Insurance Coverage, Black Male Victims of Violent Injury, Urban Trauma Units, in Prince George’s County and Baltimore, MD

2013-2015

Risk Factors for Recurrent Violent Injury, Linkages/Barriers to Care, HIV Risk Behaviors, Black Male Victims of Violent Injury, Urban Trauma Unit, in Prince George’s County, MD

2008-2010

Serious Violent Youth Offenders, Adult Jails, Health Risk Behaviors, in Maryland and Washington, DC

2005-2006

Juvenile Re-Entry, Juvenile Offenders, in Chicago Public Schools (CPS)

2001-2003

High School Dropouts, Employment Challenges, in North and West Philadelphia

1999-2000

Prison Re-Entry Programs in New York City and Chicago

1998-1999

Bloods and Crips, Emergence of Violent Youth Gangs, in Central Harlem

1995-1999

Social Context of Adolescent Violence, Schools, Communities and Households, in Central Harlem

SELECTED ACADEMIC PRESENTATIONS

Methodological Challenges in Conducting Research on Young Black Male Victims of Violent Injury in an Urban Trauma Unit, Special Topics Meetings: Babies, Boys and Men of Color, Society of Research on Child Development, Tampa, FL. October 2016

Screening and Reporting Synthetic Cannabinoid Use in an Emergency Department, Introducing the National Drug Early Warning System (NDEWS), The College on Problems of Drug Dependence 78th Annual Scientific Meeting, Palm Springs, CA.

June 2016

Gun Violence and the Effect on Young Black Males, Invisible Wounds: Violence, Trauma and Healing Young Black Men, 15th Annual Youth Violence Prevention Conference, Des Lee Collaborative Vision, Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice, University of Missouri at St. Louis. St. Louis, MO.

April 2016

The Invincibles: Violent Injury, Health Literacy and Familial Support among Young Black Men in Baltimore, Society for Research on Adolescence Conference, Biennial Meeting, Baltimore, MD.

April 2016.

Assessing the Role, Function and Challenges of ACA Navigator in Enrolling Violently Injured Young Black Men into Health Insurance Coverage, 143rd Annual Meeting and Exposition American Public Health Association, Chicago, IL. November 2015.

I'm on Papers: Analyzing the Intersection of Criminal Justice Supervision and Synthetic Cannabinoid Use among Young Black Men Admitted to an Urban Emergency Department for Violent Injury, Paper presented at Healthography: American Public Health Association 142nd Annual Meeting & Expo, Black Caucus of Health Workers, New Orleans, LA. November 2014.

I’m on Papers: Synthetic Cannabinoid Use among Violently Injured Young Black Men Under Criminal Justice Supervision, Paper presented at the National Network of Hospital Based Violence Intervention Programs, Diverse Roles and Common Goals: Hospital-Community Partnerships to Reduce Violence and Trauma, Chemical Heritage Foundation, Philadelphia, PA. September 2014.

The Gatekeepers: Perspectives of Frontline Staff on the Provision of Services for Serious Violent Youth Offenders Detained in an Adult Jail, Paper presented at the Innovation in Prisons Workshop, Luskin School of Public Affairs, University of California-Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA. April 2014.

A Methodological Conundrum: Situating A Clinical Ethnography of Violent Injury in a Trauma Unit, Doing Ethnography, Paper presented at the 39th Annual Mid-South Sociological Association Conference. Atlanta, GA. October 2013.

Situating a Clinical Ethnography of Violent Injury among Young African-American Men in an Urban Trauma Unit (Co-Presenter, Christopher St. Vil), Violence: Context and Consequences, Paper presented at the 43rd Annual Meeting of the Association of Black Sociologists, Social (In)Justice and Health Disparities: A Continuing Saga. New York, NY. August 2013.

Panelist, Situating Risk, Home and Health: Qualitative Research Methods Across Disciplines, Consortium on Race, Gender and Ethnicity, University of Maryland, College Park. May 2013.

Panelist, Empowerment Through Information: Librarianship for At-Risk and Incarcerated Youth, iDiversity Event, iSchool-University of Maryland, College Park. April 2013.

Panelist, What is Tenure? 14th Annual National Undergraduate McNair Scholars Conference, University of Maryland, College Park. March 2013

Panelist, Changing Demographics and Service to Changing Communities, Symposium on Diversity and Library & Information Science Education, University of Maryland, College Park, MD. November 2012.

‘Putting in Work: The Intersection of Violence, Labor and the Code of the Street among Serious Violent Youth Offenders,’ Paper presented at the Institute for the Study of Race and Culture, 12th Annual Diversity Challenge Conference: What to Do About Race and Culture and Violence, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA. October 2012.

“Putting in Work: Black Male Youth Joblessness, Violence and the Code of the Street,” Paper presented at the 42nd Association of Black Sociologists Conference: Embracing the Past, Impacting the Future: (Re) Establishing a Commitment to the Tradition of Black Sociology, Denver, CO. August 2012.

“Rolling Dolo: Trust and Mistrust Among Adolescent African-American Males,” Paper presented at the 5th Annual Conference on Emerging Adulthood, Providence, RI. October 2011.

“Rolling Dolo: Trust and Mistrust Among Adolescent African-American Males,” Paper presented at the Race, Gender and Identity Roundtable, 41st Association of Black Sociologists Conference, Las Vegas, NV. August 2011.

“Understanding the Intersection of Violent Trauma, HIV and the Criminal Justice System Among African-American Men in Baltimore,” Paper presented at the Black Male Symposium, University of Maryland. College Park, MD. April 2011.

“What We Teach,” Invited Panelist, Diversity, Democracy and Higher Education: A Colloquy, University of Maryland Office of the Associate Provost for Equity and Diversity, College Park, MD. April 2011.

“Risk Factors for Recurrent Violent Trauma among African-American Men,” Paper presented at the Health Disparities in Boys and Men: Innovative Research to Reduce Addiction, Trauma and Related Co-Morbidities Conference, National Institute of Drug Abuse, Washington, DC. November 2010.

“Taking Boys Out of the Hood: Ethnographic Insights on Parenting Strategies for African-American Male Youth” Paper presented at the Ford Foundation Early Career Scholars Network on Black Masculinity and Well-Being of African-American Men Conference, Chauncey Conference Center, Lawrenceville, NJ. November 2010.

"An Ethnographic Study on the Health Risk Behaviors of African-American Male Youth Offenders and the Implications for Successful Re-Entry," Paper presented at the Friday Tea Symposium, Center for Diverse Families and Communities, The College of Health and Human Development, Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA. November 2010.

“A Qualitative Study of HIV/AIDS Risk Behaviors among Title XVI Youth Offenders Detained in the District of Columbia Jail.” Paper presented at the American Sociological Association Conference- Medical Sociology Roundtable Session. Atlanta, GA. August 2010.

“Man Children in an Un-promised Land, Taking Boys Out of the Hood: Ethnographic Insights on Parenting Strategies for African-American Male Youth.” Paper presented at the Society of Research on Adolescence Conference.

Philadelphia, PA. March 2010.

“A Qualitative Study of HIV/AIDS Risk Behaviors Among Title XVI Youth Offenders Detained in the District of Columbia Jail.” Paper presented at the National Institute of Mental Health’s “Training the Next Generation of Mental Health and HIV/AIDS Researchers Conference.” Bethesda, MD. October 2009.

Panelist, Juvenile Justice and the African-American Community: Reversing the Trend, Thirteenth Annual Sylvania Woods Conference on African-Americans and the Law, American University-Washington College of Law, Washington, DC. April 2009

Panelist, Breaking Barriers: The Obama Administration, the 111th Congress and the Future of School-Age Black Males, Office of the Senate Building, Washington, DC. April 2009.

Panelist, State of African-American Men in Washington DC and Baltimore, University of Maryland at Eastern Shore, October 2007

INVITED SYMPOSIUMS/TALKS

Invited Scholar, Alan Alda for Communicating Science Workshop, University of Maryland, College Park, MD.

(October 2016)

Invited Scholar, RISE for Boys and Men of Color, Summer Meeting of Scholars, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.

(August 2016)

Guest, Pathways to Behavioral Health Equity: Addressing Trauma in Underserved Communities, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Bethesda, MD.

(July 2016)

Guest Speaker, Youth Violence Prevention and Intervention, Fairfax County Juvenile Detention Center, Fairfax, VA.

(July 2016)

Guest Speaker, Youth Empowerment Summit, Stand for Peace: Teen Violence on the Metro, Washington Metropolitan Area Transportation Authority, Washington, DC.

(May 2016)

Keynote Speaker, Invisible Wounds: Violence, Trauma and Healing Young Black Men, Racism: In Sickness and In Health, 3rd Annual Parren Mitchell Symposium, Critical Race Initiative, Department of Sociology, University of Maryland at College Park. College Park, MD.

(April 2016)

Guest Speaker, Who Shot Ya? How Emergency Departments Can Collect Reliable Police Shooting Data, Department of Health Behavior, School of Public Health, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Edge of Chaos, Birmingham, AL.

(April 2016)

Guest Speaker, On Papers: Exploring the Intersection of Synthetic Cannabinoid Use and Criminal Justice Supervision among Violently Injured Young Black Men, Research Seminar Series, School of Social Work, University of Maryland at Baltimore. Baltimore, MD.

(February 2016)

Guest Speaker, #Freddie Gray: Structural Violence in Baltimore, MLAW374: Freddie Gray’s Baltimore, MLAW Programs, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences, University of Maryland at College Park. College Park, MD.

(February 2016)

Guest Speaker, How emergency departments can collect reliable police shooting data. Sociology of Gun Violence SOC 497, Department of Sociology, University of Toronto. Toronto, Ontario.

(February 2016)

Guest Speaker, On Papers: Exploring the Intersection of Synthetic Cannabinoid Use and Criminal Justice Supervision among Violently Injured Young Black Men, Department of Health Behavior Seminar, School of Public Health, University of Alabama at Birmingham. Birmingham, AL.

(December 2015)

Guest Speaker, #Freddie Gray: The Anatomy of Structural and Interpersonal Violence in Black Baltimore, Structural Violence in Philadelphia and Baltimore, The Baha’i Chair for World Peace & The Critical Race Initiative, University of Maryland.

College Park, MD

(November 2015)

Guest Speaker, The Intersection of Synthetic Cannabinoid Use and Criminal Justice Supervision Among Violently Injured Young Black Men, Healthcare for the Homeless. Baltimore, MD

(October 2015)

Guest Speaker, New Jim Crow: African-Americans, Mass Incarceration and the Prison Industrial Complex, Social Justice Workshop, Shiloh Baptist Church,

Washington, DC.

(May 2015)

Guest Lecturer, The Intersection of Synthetic Cannabinoid Use, Criminal Justice Supervision and Violent Injury, Injury Epidemiology and Prevention (PREV 715), Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD.

May 2015.

Guest Speaker, Shook: The Intersection of Traumatic Stress, Substance Use and Violent Injury among Young Black Men, Mental Health and Trauma: The Other Side of Injury, Injury Prevention Conference Healing After Trauma: Mind, Body & Soul, Medstar Washington Hospital Center, Washington, DC.

May 2015

Guest Speaker, I'm on Papers: Analyzing the Intersection of Criminal Justice Supervision and Synthetic Cannabinoid Use among Violently Injured Young Black Men, Department of Sociology, Colloquium Series, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN. April 2015.

Guest Speaker, I'm on Papers: Analyzing the Intersection of Criminal Justice Supervision and Synthetic Cannabinoid Use among Violently Injured Young Black Men, Humanities 161, Gender and Justice, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN. April 2015.

Guest Speaker, On Papers: Analyzing the Intersection of Criminal Justice Supervision and Synthetic Cannabinoid Use among Violently Injured Young Black Men, Social Workers, Human Service Workers, Housing Counselors, Homeless Counselors, University of Maryland Extension, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Baltimore, MD.

April 2015.

Panelist, Intellectual Activism, Social Justice & Criminalization, The 2nd Annual Congressman Parrin Mitchell Symposium, Critical Race Initiative, Department of Sociology, University of Maryland, College Park, MD.

April 2015.

Guest Speaker, Educational Research Presentation, On Papers: Synthetic Cannabinoid Use Among Violently Injured Young Black Men, Maryland Community Advisory Research Board (MD-CRAB), University of Maryland Center for Health Equity, Public Health Day in Annapolis, Annapolis, MD.

March 2015.

Panelist, Black Men Stand Up, Co-Sponsored by Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Department of African-American Studies and MICA, University of Maryland, College Park, MD.

February 2015.

Invited Guest, Prince George’s County Police Department, Training and Education Division, Police Trauma Kit Training, Upper Marlboro, MD.

December 2014.

Panelist, Community Roots Town Hall on Police Brutality, University of Maryland, College Park, MD.

(December 2014)

Invitee, New Connections 8th Annual Research and Coaching Clinic, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, New Orleans, LA.

November 2014.

Guest Speaker, I’m on Papers: Synthetic Cannabinoid Use among Violently Injured Young Black Men, Collegium of Scholars Symposium Series, Center for Health Equity, School of Public Health, University of Maryland, College Park, MD.

November 2014.

Guest Speaker, ADVANCE, Advancing Faculty Diversity, The Tenure Process,

University of Maryland, College Park, MD.

October 2014.

Guest Speaker, Inside the Public Health Guild Series, University of Maryland-School of Public Health, Department of Behavioral and Community Health. College Park, MD.

September 2014.

Presenter, Exploring Recurrent Violent Trauma, Linkages to Care and HIV Risk Related Behaviors among African-American Men, Paper presented at the 6th Annual Community Empowerment Through Black Men Healing Conference, Minneapolis, MN.

September 2014.

Panelist, Beyond Ferguson: Campus Town Hall, Sponsored by the Department of African-American Studies, Colony Ballroom, University of Maryland, College Park, MD.

September 2014.

Presenter, Situating a Clinical Ethnography of Violent Injury among Young African American Men in an Urban Trauma Unit, Patients Like Me-PATIENTS Summer Symposium, Cambridge, MA

July 2014.

Guest Speaker, The New Jim Crow: African-Americans, Mass Incarceration and the

Prison Industrial Complex, Portz Seminar Series, Honors College, University of Maryland, College Park, MD.

June 2014.

Guest Speaker, Pre-K to Prison Pipeline, Teach for America, Baltimore, MD.

June 2014.

Guest Speaker, Cultural Competence and Diversity Training, University of Maryland Campus Police Cadet Academy, University of Maryland, College Park. (May 2014)

Symposium Organizer, Women of Color and Mass Incarceration, Department of African-American Studies, Women’s Studies and the Consortium on Race, Gender and Ethnicity, University of Maryland, College Park, MD

March 2014.

Moderator, Advancing Health Through a Racial Lens, Department of African-American Studies, University of Maryland, College Park, MD

February 2014.

Panelist, 12 Years a Slave Panel Discussion, Sojourner Truth African American Research Library, Oxon Hill, MD

February 2014.

Speaker, Educating the Whole Child-One Student at a Time, Boys of Color, Cultural Relevance and Alignment, Division of Student Services, Prince George’s County Public Schools, College Park, MD

November 2013.

Moderator, Screening of Fruitvale Station Q& A, Rise Above the Isms, Office of Diversity and Inclusion, University of Maryland

November 2013.

Keynote Speaker, WEB Dubois Society Inductee Ceremony, University of Maryland

College Park, MD

November 2013.

Symposium Organizer, Pre-K to Prison Pipeline: Changing the Odds for Boys of Color, Department of African-American Studies, University of Maryland

College Park, MD

September 2013.

Panelist, Black America’s Second Amendment, Greater Washington Urban League

Washington, DC

May 2013.

Moderator, Mass Incarceration and the Enslavement of African-Americans, The People’s Community Baptist Church

Silver Spring, MD

May 2013.

Guest Speaker, Social Justice and Community Activism Workshop on Gun Violence in the DC Metropolitan Area and the Church’s Role in Healing Victims of Gun Violence, Shiloh Baptist Church

Washington, DC

April 2013.

Guest Speaker, How Hospital-Based Violence Intervention Programs Can Reduce Recurrent Violent Injury, Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence

Washington, DC

December 2012.

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, New Connections Sixth Annual Symposium,

Princeton, New Jersey

June 2012.

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, New Connections Fifth Annual Symposium,

Princeton, New Jersey

June 2011.

EDITORIAL REVIEW

Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings

American Journal of Public Health

Journal of Adolescent Research

Urban Review

Sage Open

Journal of Family Issues

Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research and Practice

Journal of Contemporary Ethnography

Qualitative Research

Journal of Adolescent Health

Journal of Social and Personal Relationships

Journal of Offender Rehabilitation

Crime and Delinquency

The Journal of Criminal Justice

The Journal of African-American Studies

Sexually Transmitted Infections

Words, Beats & Life: Global Journal of Hip Hop Culture

TEACHING

Introduction to African-American Studies (AASP 100)

Race, Poverty, Youth Violence and the Juvenile Justice System: A Theoretical Analysis of Social Capital in Schools, Communities and Families (AASP 499T)*

Qualitative Research Methods in Urban Studies (AASP 297 and 498Q)*

The New Jim Crow: African-Americans, Mass Incarceration and the Prison Industrial Complex (AASP i187 Series Course)*+

Independent Research Thesis (AASP 396)

*Independently developed and instructed these courses

+Signature course in General Education

ADVISING

POST-DOCTORAL RESEARCH FELLOWS

Christopher St. Vil, PhD, MSW

African-American Studies Department

University of Maryland at College Park

(September 2013-August 2015)

Robert Turner, PhD

African-American Studies Department

University of Maryland at College Park

(September 2013-August 2015)

DOCTORAL CANDIDATES

Denae Johnson

Department of Sociology

College of Behavioral and Social Sciences

University of Maryland at College Park

(September 2015-August 2016)

DISSERTATION COMMITTEES

Elizabeth Warrick (School of Information Studies)*^

Jason Nichols (Department of American Studies)*+

Ryan Shanahan (Department of Women’s Studies)*+

Brian Gilchrist (School of Public Health)*+

John Hart (School of Public Health)*

Steven Mobley (School of Education)*^+

Sara Boonstoppel (Department of Criminology)*+

Sara Betsinger (Department of Criminology)*^+

Kathryn Kozey (Department of Criminology)*^+

*Dissertation Committee Member

+Completed dissertation and defense

^ Dean’s Representative

UNDERGRADUATE THESIS ADVISOR

Nathan Brandli (Department of African-American Studies)+

Sierra Kelley-Chung (Individual Studies Program)+

+Completed and successfully defended senior thesis

RESEARCH & CONSULTING

Research Scientist, Social Research Center, Friends Research Institute, Baltimore, MD. (November 2010-Present)

Institutional Review Board Member, Friends Research Institute, Baltimore, MD (January2011-Present)

Research Consultant. Law Offices of Marvin Miller. (Alexandria, VA).

Provided expert witness testimony, analyzed and coded wiretapped telephonic conversations in a federal drug case, US v. Olden Minnick (June 2015-August 2016)

Research Consultant, The New Life Comprehensive Research Center, College of Professional Studies at Bowie State University (Bowie, MD). Provided research and evaluation consultation for a pilot program to assist formerly incarcerated persons as they re-integrated into communities in Prince George’s County, MD following release from jail or prison. Collaborative partnership between Bowie State University College of Professional Studies, Morgan State University School of Social Work, and the University of Maryland Department of African-American Studies (August 2015-January 2016)

Research Consultant. Federal Public Defender’s Office of Baltimore. (Baltimore, MD). Expert witness in capital crime case, Davis vs. State of Maryland. Researched and constructed life history narrative on the adolescent life-course of the defendant Earl W. Davis. Collected community-level ethnographic data and community-level GIS crime data on the social context of adolescent development for the defendant, Earl W. Davis. (October 2008-March 2009)

Grant Reviewer, Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children, Youth and Families, Washington, DC. Reviewed and evaluated grant proposals submitted to ACYF targeting homeless, runaway and delinquent youth. (July 2005)

Grant Reviewer, Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children, Youth and Families, Washington, DC. Reviewed and evaluated grant proposals submitted to ACYF targeting homeless, runaway and delinquent youth. (July 2004)

Technical Assistance Consultant. The Mayatech Corporation. School Violence Interactive Multimedia Project, Silver Spring, MD. Provided technical assistance in the development, implementation and evaluation phases of a multi-media violence prevention project funded by SAMSHA. (January 2000 to January 2003)

Research Associate, University of Pennsylvania, Department of Sociology, Philadelphia Educational Longitudinal Study (PELS), Philadelphia, PA. Conducted in-depth qualitative interviews with high school dropouts on their employment experiences. (September 2001-August 2003)

Technical Assistance Consultant, Texas Southern University, School of Public Affairs and the Barbara Jordan Institute of Policy Studies, Houston, TX. Provided technical assistance in the development and planning of a public policy research institute and criminal justice administration program for the school of public policy at Texas Southern University. (July 2002).

Technical Assistance Consultant, US Department of Justice, Executive Office of Weed and Seed Serious and Violent Offender Re-Entry Initiative, Washington, DC.

Provided technical assistance to community-based re-entry programs with a specific focus on family re-integration, the mental health of children of incarcerated parents and substance abuse treatment for individuals returning from prison. (October 2000 to October 2001).

Ethnographer, National Associates Program, Vera Institute of Justice, New York, NY

Lead qualitative research study on prison-based re-entry programs in New York State which prepared citizens for return to communities and families post-incarceration in New York City. (September 1999-September 2000)

Ethnographer, Growing Up Safe and Smart Project, Vera Institute of Justice, New York, NY. Conducted a four-year longitudinal ethnographic research study on the social context of adolescent violence in schools and communities among 25 African-American youth and their families living in a disadvantaged Black community in New York City. (September 1995-August 1999)

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Advisory Board Member, Smart Re-Entry Task Force, Prince George’s County Department of Health and Prince George’s County Department of Corrections

Advisory Board Member, Male Survivors of Trauma, DC Office of Victims Services

Member, Ford Foundation Scholars Network on Masculinity and the Well Being of African-American Men

Member, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation New Connections Network

Member, Underrepresented Minority Faculty Strategic Advisory Board, Annie E. Casey Foundation

Member, National Network of Hospital-Based Violence Intervention Programs

Member, National Network to Eliminate Disparities in Behavioral Health

Member, American Public Health Association

Member, Association of Black Sociologists

Former Board Member, Brady Campaign & Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence

Former Co-Chair, HIV/STI Workgroup, Prince George’s Healthcare Action Coalition

SERVICE

Chair, Search Committee, Department of African-American Studies

Chair, Appointment to Promotion and Tenure Committee, Department of African-American Studies

Committee Member, Appointment to Promotion and Tenure Committee, Department of African-American Studies

Advisory Board Member, Judge Alexander Williams, Jr., Center for Education, Justice and Ethics

Chair, Qualitative Research Interest Group (QRIG), Consortium on Race, Gender and Ethnicity

Committee Member, BSOS Dean’s Review Committee

Committee Member, BSOS Dean’s Search Committee

Member, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences Council

Member, UMD ADVANCE Program

Grant Reviewer, UMD ADVANCE Program

Faculty Senator, Campus Affairs Committee, University Senate, University of Maryland

Search Committee Member, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences, Center for Safe Solutions

Member, Chair Search Committee, Department of African-American Studies

Faculty Mentor, Black Male Initiative Program, Nyumburu Cultural Center

Mentor, McNair Scholars Program

Mentor, Summer Research Internship Program, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences

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