2019 Annual Meeting
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ACJS 56th Annual Meeting
“Justice, Human Rights, and Activism”
March 26-30, 2019

Baltimore Marriott Waterfront Hotel
Baltimore, MD


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Sage Teaching Workshop
Assessment Workshop
Media Workshop
Doctoral Summit


2019 Draft ACJS Annual Meeting Program
The 2019 DRAFT Annual Meeting Program is now available for review by clicking here.  Please review the program for your presentation date and time.  Also available is a listing of participants by event number and a participant directory with email contact information.

To search the program:
1.  Click the Search icon at the top of the page or press Control-F.
2.  In the Find box, enter the text that you want to search for.
3.  Click Enter to search the document.

This is a large PDF file.  Please allow time for the document to fully download before beginning your search.

Any corrections or changes to the Draft Program must be received by January 7, 2019.  Any changes received after that date will not appear in the final program posted online in late January.  An amended program will be posted online the week before the Annual Meeting with all changes received as of the posting date.  THE DRAFT PROGRAM WILL NOT BE UPDATED TO REFLECT EACH CHANGE SUBMITTED.

If you find that you have a conflict or need to move a paper presentation for any reason, please follow these instructions:  
First locate another panel to move your paper to, and then contact the new panel chair to obtain permission for the move.  Emails can be found in the participant directory, linked above.  Once permission for the move is received, notify the ACJS Association Manager at manager@acjs.org with the move details.  Please remember that a panel ideally should have a minimum of three (3) papers if at all possible, and should not have more than five (5) papers due to time constraints.  

If you need to withdraw your presentation, please send an email to the ACJS Association Manager (link above) and to your event chair/moderator (contact information can be found in the participant directory, also linked above).

THERE WILL BE NO PRINTED PROGRAMS FOR THE 2019 ANNUAL MEETING.  If you wish to have a hard copy of the program, the program files posted online can be downloaded and printed for your use.  The ACJS Mobile App will be the most up-to-date reference for all meeting information. 


PLEASE NOTE:  LCD projections will be available in the meeting rooms.  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 to 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 meeting or make the necessary rental arrangements through the ACJS audio-visual provider.  Please contact the Association Manager for rental information – manager@acjs.org.


1.  Expectations for Conference Participants

2.  FAQs for Panel Chairs

3.  Research and Pictorial Showcase Information and FAQs



Host Hotel:

Baltimore Marriott Waterfront Hotel

700 Aliceanna Street

Baltimore, MD  21202



Click here for hotel and reservation information.


Exhibitor, Advertising, and Sponsorship Information:  Deadine January 15, 2019

Deadline for Program Advertising, Exhibit Booth Reservations, and Sponsorships:  January 15, 2019


Click here for Exhibitor, Advertising, and Sponsorship Information and Reservation Site.

All Exhibitor, Advertising, and Sponsorship Payments are Non-Refundable and Non-Transferable.




Meeting Pre-Registration:  Deadline January 31, 2019

Pre-Registration will be open through January 31, 2019 


Please click here for the Attendee Registration Site.


Pre-Registration Fees:  
ACJS Member:  $130

Non-Member:  $170

Student:  $30

Senior (65 and over):  $50

Spouse:  $50


All Registration Fees are Non-Refundable and Non-Transferable.

After January 31, 2019, all registrations will be conducted onsite in Baltimore.  Onsite registration rates will be:

ACJS Member:  $180

Non-Member:  $255

Student:  $40

Senior (65 and over):  $60

Spouse:  $60


*All Graduate Student registrations include a one-year membership to ACJS.  Please be sure to send proof of graduate student status to info@acjs.org once registered to obtain your promo code for your 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.


All registrants agree to comply with the ACJS Code of Ethics, which can be found by clicking here.


ACJS Sage Professional Development Teaching Workshop
Registration Opens:  January 2, 2019; Deadline:  February 28, 2019

Interested in improving your teaching or in developing teaching skills?  You won't want to miss the 11th Annual ACJS Sage Professional Development Teaching Workshop that will be held Tuesday evening, March 26, 2019, and continuing Wednesday, March 27, 2019, during the upcoming ACJS Annual Meeting in Baltimore.  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 fine 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-three (63) participants and is on a first-come basis.  SAGE Junior Faculty Professional Development Teaching Award winners will be pre-registered for the workshop.  Attendees must be able to attend both sessions of the workshop to be eligible to register.

Click here to register.  The registration deadline is February 28, 2019.


ACJS Assessment Workshop
Registration Opens:  January 3, 2019; Deadline:  February 28, 2019

The 5th Annual ACJS Assessment Workshop presented by the ACJS Assessment Committee and Peregrine Academics will take place on Tuesday, March 26, 2019,  from 1:30-5:30 at the ACJS Annual Meeting in Baltimore.


For the first time this year, the workshop will boast two tracks. In addition to our usual panels on current issues in academic assessment, we will be hosting a Nuts and Bolts training track with longer presentations covering some of the basics of starting and running an assessment program. Please indicate in your registration which track you plan on attending. This is not wedded in stone (you can jump between tracks if you wish), but it will give the committee an idea of how many people to plan for in each of the rooms.


As always, food will be provided thanks to the generosity of our sponsor, Peregrine Academics, and we will end with our traditional wine and recap social.


To register, click here.   Registrations are due by February 28, 2019.


A tentative agenda is shown below.


Hope to see everyone there!


Erin Orrick, Stephanie Mizrahi, and Robert Lytle

Chairs, ACJS Assessment Committee 2018-2019



Tuesday, March 26th, 2019

Nuts and Bolts

(Room TBD)

Current Issues

(Room TBD)


Erin Orrick & Stephanie Mizrahi, Welcome


Rosemary McFee, Creating Learning Objectives

Leanne Havis, Making the Rubric Work for You, Rather than Against You: Achieving Assessment Synergy

Paul Gormley, Creating a Program Assessment Plan

Robert Lytle, Revamping Program Assessment to Conform to a University’s Assessment Overhaul





Karen Jackson, Ernest Cuthberson, & Jennifer Stanigar, Using Q-methodology to Designing Academic Program Assessments



Stephanie Mizrahi, Ryan Getty, and Christina Perry, A Pilot Study for a Longitudinal Standardized Assessment Design Evaluating a Large Criminal Justice Program

TBD, Achieving Faculty Buy-In for a New or Revised Assessment Program

TBD, “Closing the Loop”: How to Make Your Assessment Program Work for You.


Interactive Break Out Groups

Interactive Break-Out Groups


Erin Orrick & Stephanie Mizrahi, Workshop Wrap-Up and Social


ACJS Media Training Workshop
Registration Opens:  January 7, 2019; Deadline:  February 28, 2019

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 ckiz@crimeandjusticeresearchalliance.org.


This workshop is open to all interested ACJS attendees and is free of charge but pre-registration is required.  Registration is limited to twenty-four (24) participants and is on a first-come basis.  The workshop will be held on Thursday, March 28, 2019, 12:30 PM - 3:15 PM at the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront - Third Floor, Grand Ballroom IV.  

To register, click here.  The registration deadline is February 28, 2019.



ACJS Doctoral Summit

Please click here to view the Call for Participants and Application Information for the 2019 ACJS Doctoral Summit.



Upcoming ACJS Annual Meetings:

March 24 - 28, 2020:  San Antonio, TX
April 13 - 17, 2021:  Orlando, FL
March 15 - 19, 2022:  Las Vegas, NV
March 14 - 18, 2023:  National Harbor, MD
March 19 - 23, 2024:  Chicago, IL
March 11-15, 2025:  Denver, CO

March 3 - 7, 2026: Philadelphia, PA

March 30 - April 3, 2027: Orlando, FL

March 28 - April 1, 2028: Chicago, IL

March 13 - 17, 2029: Denver, CO