ACJS 54th Annual Meeting
“Linking Teaching, Practice, and Research”
March 21-25, 2017
Kansas City Marriott Downtown
Kansas City, MO
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2017 Annual Meeting Internet Sponsor
2017 FINAL ACJS Annual Meeting Program as of March 14, 2017
The 2017 ACJS Annual Meeting Program as of March 14, 2017, is now available for review by clicking here. This is a very large document so please be sure that you allow it to fully download before searching. The file contains the program at a glance, daily event program, a participant directory by event number, and a participant directory with email contacts.
All changes received after March 14, 2017, will be noted in the mobile app only. The mobile app can now be downloaded from your app store. Search "acjs" to download.
PLEASE NOTE THAT ONLY 1,000 PROGRAMS WILL BE PRINTED FOR THE ANNUAL MEETING AS ACJS IS COMMITTED TO REDUCING OUR PAPER USAGE. THE MOST ACCURATE LISTING OF EVENTS WILL BE THE AMENDED PROGRAM AND THE MOBILE APP. BE SURE TO DOWNLOAD THE MOBILE APP FOR UP-TO-DATE PROGRAM INFORMATION AND ANNOUNCEMENTS. YOU MAY ALSO WISH TO DOWNLOAD OR PRINT THE AMENDED PROGRAM PRIOR TO YOUR ARRIVAL IN KANSAS CITY.
To access the 2017 Abstracts as of January 12, 2017, click here.
PLEASE NOTE: LCD projections will be available in the meeting rooms. No overhead projectors or computers will be provided. If you require an HDMI connection to the LCD projector, please bring a cable with you or contact our audio-visual provider prior to your session and request that one be provided for you. The audio-visual contact number will be posted in the meeting mobile app. Additional audio-visual equipment is the responsibility of the presenter. Individuals wanting additional equipment must either bring equipment to the conference or make the necessary rental arrangements through the ACJS audio-visual provider. Please contact the Association Manager for rental information – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tour of Fort Leavenworth - The Tour is Full. Waitlist Only.
ACJS will be offering a guided tour of Fort Leavenworth on Thursday, March 23, 2017, beginning at 7:15 AM and returning to the Kansas City Marriott Downtown at approximately 2:00 PM.
Cost per person: $25
It is recommended that you pay by credit card at the time of registration. If you choose the "bill me" option, please be sure payment is received by February 28, 2017. After that date, if reservation is unpaid, you will be removed from the tour and a wait list attendee will be added.
7:15 AM: Confirmed tour attendees will meet at the Kansas City Marriott Downtown Lobby to be checked in
7:30 AM: Bus will depart Kansas City Marriott Downtown
8:50 AM: Arrive at Fort Leavenworth Visitor Control Center to meet tour guide
9:00 AM: Driving tour of Fort (historic sites, prisons, cemetery, Buffalo Soldier Monument)
10:00 AM: Frontier Army Museum
11:00 AM: Army Corrections/United States Disciplinary Barracks briefing
11:45 AM: Buffet Lunch at the Frontier Conference Center (attendees will purchase their own lunch at the Center; cost of $25 does not include lunch)
1:00 PM: Return to Fort Leavenworth Visitor Control Center and begin trip back to Kansas City Marriott Downtown
NOTES: Please be sure to bring a picture ID on the day of the tour. There will be very little walking on this tour. The only restriction is that no weapons will be allowed on the tour due to the fact that this is a Federal facility. There will be no exceptions to this restriction.
2017 MEDIA TRAINING WORKSHOP
The deadline for registrations has now passed.
As crime and criminal justice topics continue to dominate the news, reporters at mainstream media outlets need credible, knowledgeable and prepared experts to address trending issues. During this media training workshop, the Crime and Justice Research Alliance (CJRA) will provide resources, tips and best practices to help you promote your findings with target audiences. Learn how to establish relationships with reporters, manage tough questions and leverage social media to ensure your research is accurately represented. Whether you have been interviewed a dozen times or have yet to create a Twitter account, this workshop will offer useful tips for experts with varied degrees of experience. Reporters need your expertise and want to know about your findings – learn how to make your voice heard in the national crime and criminal justice discussion. if you require more information, you can email Caitlin Kizielewicz at email@example.com.
This workshop is open to all interested ACJS attendees and is free of charge but pre-registration is required. Registration is limited to twenty (20) participants and is on a first-come basis. The workshop will be held on Thursday, March 23, 9:30AM - 12:15 PM, at the Kansas City Marriott Downtown.
2017 SAGE TEACHING WORKSHOP
The deadline for registrations has now passed.
Interested in improving your teaching or in developing teaching skills? You won’t want to miss the ninth annual ACJS Professional Development Teaching Workshop that will be held Tuesday evening, March 21, 2017, and continued on Wednesday morning, March 22, 2017, during the upcoming ACJS Annual Meeting in Kansas City. This workshop is designed to help faculty develop new and innovative ways of teaching. Experienced teachers and scholars will facilitate the sessions, offer information about creating and facilitating online courses, present tips for submitting manuscripts to journals, suggest techniques on how to be productive and find time to write, and much more.
This workshop is open to all interested ACJS attendees and is free of charge but pre-registration is required. Registration is limited to sixty (60) participants and is on a first-come basis. SAGE Junior Faculty Professional Development Teaching Award winners will be pre-registered for the workshop.
2017 ASSESSMENT WORKSHOP
THE WORKSHOP IS NOW FULL.
The ACJS Assessment Committee and Peregrine Academics are proud to announce the Second Annual Assessment Workshop to be held at the Kansas City Annual Meeting on Tuesday, March 21 from 1:30-5:30.
If you have not heard the term assessment, you soon will. If you are wondering what assessment is, how it works, or just want to exchange ideas on best practices, this workshop is for you. Topics will include an introduction to assessment, creating assessment at the course and program levels and the relationship between assessment and accreditation. Time will be available to share best practices and ideas with your fellow attendees. A tentative agenda is listed below. Food will be available thanks to the generosity of our sponsor, Peregrine Academics.
1:30-1:45 Introductions and Overview of Workshop -- Stephanie Mizrahi, California State University, Sacramento. Coordinator, ACJS Assessment Workshop
1:45-3:00 Assessing Courses
What is Assessment and Why Do We Do It? -- Paul Gormley, Lynn University
Assessing Outcomes in Large Classes -- Mary Ann Zagar, Florida Gulf Coast University
Developing and Assessing Online Courses Using a Standards Model -- Elycia S. Daniel Roberson, Texas Southern University
What Type of Course? Comparing Assessment Across Delivery Methods -- Suman Kakar, Florida International University
3:00 3:15 Break
3:15-4:30 Assessing Programs
Assessing Programs Through a Capstone Course -- Barbara Peat, University of Texas El Paso
Assessing Programs Through Internships and Thesis -- Gregory Plumb, Park University
Small Program Assessment -- A Seven-Year Review -- Courtney A Waid-Lindberg, Northern State University
Evaluating Learning Outcomes Using Third Party Assessment Services -- Olin Oedekoven, Peregrine Academics, Co-Sponsor of ACJS Assessment Workshop
4:30-5:30 Table Topics (Each table moderated/lead by our panel speakers)
Participants will have a chance to join different breakout tables with our presenters to focus on issues of particular interest to them. Workshop presenters serve as moderators for the conversations. This will be the chance for folks to exchange experiences with creating assessment.
Table 1: Creating Course-Level Outcomes
Table 2: Creating Program-Level Outcomes
Table 3: Online Assessment
Table 4: Large Course Assessment
Table 5: Capstone Thesis Courses and Exit Exams
Table 6: Assessment Plans and General Program Assessment
To register, please go to the event site.
Kansas City Marriott Downtown
300 West 12th Street
Kansas City, MO 64105
NOTE: Some nights are now full at the Kansas City Marriott.
Crowne Plaza Kansas City Downtown
1301 Wyandotte Street
Kansas City, MO 64105
Click here for hotel and reservation information.
Click here to see an explanation of the importance of staying at our host hotel.
Kansas City Local Information
For information on restaurants, sightseeing, and transportation, click here.
ACJS Employment Exchange
For information on the Employment Exchange held at the Annual Meeting, please click here.
Exhibitor, Advertising, and Sponsorship Information:
Deadline for Program Advertising, Exhibit Booth Reservations, and Sponsorships: January 31, 2017
Click here for Exhibitor, Advertising, and Sponsorship Information. You can pay online or print an invoice for payment.
Meeting Registration: Pre-Registration has now closed. All registrations will now be done onsite in Kansas City. Registration will begin Tuesday at 1:00 PM. For further registration times/days, please see the Meeting Program, linked above.
All registrants agree to comply with the ACJS Code of Ethics, which can be found by clicking here.
Member Onsite Registration: $180.00
Non-Member Onsite Registration: $220.00
Student Onsite Registration: $40.00
Senior Onsite Registration (65 and over): $60.00
Spouse Onsite Registration: $60.00
*All Graduate Student registrations include a one-year membership to ACJS. Please be sure to send proof of graduate student status to firstname.lastname@example.org once registered to receive your free membership. If you have been granted a Free Ph.D. Student Membership or Free Graduate Student Membership in the past, you are not eligible to take advantage of this offer more than once.
REGISTRATION FEES ARE NON-REFUNDABLE.
SPECIAL OFFER TO ACJS KANSAS CITY ATTENDEES: SUPERSHUTTLE DISCOUNT
ACJS has obtained a SuperShuttle group discount for our Annual Meeting attendees to use when traveling to/from the Kansas City airport to the host hotel. The group discount code is SAE8H. This code is valid for $6 off of each round trip/shared ride purchased for travel from March 12 - April 2, 2017. The group discount link is: http://group.supershuttle.com/group-page/2017-academy-of-criminal-justice-sciences/
Upon arrival at MCI (Kansas City airport), you will want to collect your luggage, then check in at the SuperShuttle office located just across from baggage claim inside the terminal. If you would rather make your reservations over the phone, you may do so by calling 1.800.BLUEVAN (258.3826) and give the agent the discount code SAE8H. *There is a $3 fee for making a reservation with an agent over the phone.
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