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Mitigating Campus Sexual Assault in a Changing Political Climate Workshop and Panel Discussion

 
Schar School of Policy and Government, George Mason University, Arlington, VA
 
April 18, 2017
 

Workshop and Lunch: Noon - 1:30
 
It's On Us will hold a Spring Summit
for student leaders, administrators and others to share best practices
for campus engagement, identify strategies for engaging allies, and inspire action. 
 
Panel Discussion: 1:45 - 3:15
 
Welcome
Mark J. Rozwell, Dean
Schar School of Policy and Government
 
Expert Panel
 
Moderator: Bonnie Stabile, Research Assisant Professor
Schar School of Policy and Government
 
Annie E. Clark, Executive Director
End Rape on Campus
 
Mahroh Jahangri, Executive Director
Know Your IX
 
Jennifer Hammat, Title IX Coordinator
George Mason University
 
Allison Tombros Korman, Senior Director
Culture of Respect, NASPA
 
Neil Irvin, Executive Director
Men Can Stop Rape
 
Laura Dunn, Executive Director
SurvJustice
 
Rebecca Kaplan, Director
It's On Us, Civic Nation
 
Events are free and open to the public but RSVP required for each at https://mitigatingworkshop.eventbrite.com 
 

International Criminology Conference 2016 Videos

 
 
PLENARY ADDRESS by Alain Bauer:
 
 
Terrorism, Counterterrorism, Radicalization and Deradicalization in the Global World
Alain Bauer, French National Conservatory for Arts and Crafts (Paris), John Jay College of Criminal Justice (New York), University of Law and Political Science of China (Beijing)
 
 
 
1870s ROOM:
 
 
The Impact of Gender Ideology on Crime Prevention
Magda Klimek, University of Gdańsk (Poland)
 
The Forgotten Girls: Juvenile Justice Reform and Young Women before the Courts as Beyond Control in Trinidad and Tobago
Jolene Romain, Head of Department in the Social Services Unit, The Family Court of Trinidad and Tobago
 
 
 
 
Crime, Culture and Control: Rap Lyrics and Videos as Criminal Evidence
Norbert Ebisike, Cheyney University of Pennsylvania (Cheyney, Pennsylvania) 
 
Constructing Whiteness: Identity and Imagery in the Legal Battle of State of Florida v. Casey Anthony
Faraasa Lawrence, Saint Mary's University, Halifax, Nova Scotia (Canada)
 
 
 
 
Being a Witness in Trinidad and Tobago: A Qualitative Case Study on the nature of Witness Care in the Criminal Justice System in Trinidad and Tobago
Zola L. Phillips, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine (Trinidad & Tobago)
 
 
 
LIBRARY:
 
 
A Case for Protecting the Brain:  
Keeping the Federal Controlled Substances Act in Place and Providing Non-Punitive, Justice System-Based Public Health Options to Address the Use of Marijuana, Opiates, and Other Psychoactive and Mood-Altering Drugs in America
Paula D. Gordon, Lifeboat Foundation
 
Learning From Our Past: 
Removing Marijuana From the Federal Controlled Substances Act and Allowing States to Actively Regulate Adult Sales and Distribution to Reduce Burdens on the Criminal Justice System and Better Control for Abuse Via Proven Public Health Strategies
Robert J. Capecchi, Marijuana Policy Project
 
 
 
 
Teacher Perceptions of the Impact of School Violence on Caribbean Societies
Wendell C. Wallace, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine (Trinidad & Tobago)
 
An Exploratory Study on the Impact of Organized Crimeon Societies in Small Island Developing States: Evidence from Five Caribbean Countries
Wendell C. Wallace, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine (Trinidad & Tobago)
 
 
 

ICC 2016 Final Program

 
 
 
2016 FINAL PROGRAM
 
 
10:00 AM - 10:50 AM
 
Auditorium
  
Opening Plenary Address:
 
1. Terrorism, Counterterrorism, Radicalization and Deradicalization in the Global World
Alain Bauer, French National Conservatory for Arts and Crafts (Paris), John Jay College of Criminal Justice (New York), University of Law and Political Science of China (Beijing)
 
 
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
 
Library
 
2The Racial Justice Improvement Project (RJIP)
American Bar Association (Speakers TBD)
 
Harriman Room
 
Candy Saunders-Alfred, Trinidad and Tobago Police Service

4. Using GPS Tracking to Reduce Homicides and Shootings in Trinidad and Tobago: A Randomized Trial
Stephen Williams, Commissioner of Police of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) & University of the West Indies, St. Augustine
 
1870s Room
 
Magda Klimek, University of Gdańsk (Poland)
 
Jolene Romain, Head of Department in the Social Services Unit, The Family Court of Trinidad and Tobago
 
 
12:15 AM - 1:00 PM
 
Lunch - Auditorium 
 
 
1:15 PM - 2:30 PM
 
Library
 
7. A Case for Protecting the Brain:  
Paula D. Gordon, Lifeboat Foundation
 
Robert J. Capecchi, Marijuana Policy Project
 
Harriman Room 
 
9. Transparency and Effectiveness in Law Enforcement Intelligence
Fatih Beren, American University (Washington, D.C.)

Daniel Tapia Quintana, Genera Consulting Group
  
Norbert Ebisike, Cheyney University of Pennsylvania (Cheyney, Pennsylvania)
 
Faraasa Lawrence, Saint Mary's University, Halifax, Nova Scotia (Canada)
 
 
Wendell C. Wallace, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine (Trinidad & Tobago)
 
Wendell C. Wallace, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine (Trinidad & Tobago)
 
Harriman Room
 
Karen Lancaster-Ellis, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine (Trinidad & Tobago)
 
Ayinka Nurse-Carrington, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine (Trinidad & Tobago)
 
Zola L. Phillips, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine (Trinidad & Tobago)
 
 
 

Dupont Summit 2016 Preliminary Program

 
 
 
 
PRELIMINARY PROGRAM

 
(Call For Proposals is Now CLOSED)

 
 
 
1. Distributed Energy, Efficiency & Storage to Harden Critical Infrastructure: To Address Resilency, Cyber Security, and Water Conservation, and Emmission Reduction 
Scott Sklar, The Stella Group, Ltd. 
 
2. Amping-Up Pedagogy Through Interdisciplinary Instruction: A Study of the Effects on Interdisciplinary Istruction to Undergraduate Attitudes and Values Related to Energy Issues at the U.S. Naval Academy 
Howard Ernst, Eisenhower Instiute 
 
3. Ensuring Health and Safety of Space Exploration Crews: Focus on Policy
Arnauld Nicogossian, George Mason University
 
4. The Evolving Nature of Offense and the Role of Norms in Cyberspace
Andrea Little Limbago, Endgame
 
5. Transpartisan Climate Protection: How Strange Bedfellows Can Boost Jobs and Cut Climate Pollution
June Taylor, Get America Working Again 
 
6. Low-Carbon Energy Security 
Max Gruenig, Ecologic Institute 
 
7. Science & Technology Policies and Poverty
Thomas Woodson, Stony Brook University
 
8.  What is Essential for Effective Regulation?
Stuart Umpleby, George Washington University; Jason Jixuan Hu, Wintop Group; Robert Knisely; Frank T. Anbari, Drexel University; Morris Bosin, Grant Thorton International Ltd. 
 
9.  The Southern California Asthma Files -- Expanding the Six Cities Project to Look at Citizen Science, Enviornmental Justice, and the Shaping of Environmental Policies  
Jessie Levin, Pomona College; Christy Spackman, Harvey Mudd College; Richard Worthington, Pomona College; Kim Fortun, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
 
10. Public Policymaking by Private Organizations: Challenges to Democratic Governance 
Catherine Rudder, George Mason University; A. Lee Fritschler, George Mason University; Yon Jon Choi, George Mason University
 
11. STEM and Diplomacy: Bridging the Digital and Knowledge Divides
Connie McNeely, George Mason University
 
12. Big Data Analytics: Ethical, Legal, and Social Issues 

Connie McNeely, George Mason University
 
13. Policy Measures in Support of Asteroid Mining and Resource Extraction in the Solar System

Marshall Eubanks, Asteroid Initiatives LLC

14. Congressional Committee Seniority and Gridlock: Public Policy Consequences
Karen M. McCurdy, Georgia Southern University
 
15. Utilizing Natural Gas Generators to Reduce Emissions and Flared Gas
Greyson Buckingham, Mesa Natural Gas Solutions LLC
 
16. From Fire Whirls to Blue Whirls and Combustion With Reduced Pollution
Huahua Xiao, University of Maryland, College Park; Michael J. Gollner, University of Maryland, College Park
 
17. Title IX as a Tool for Addressing Gender Inequity in Access to Science and Engineering Careers
Lisa Frehill, National Science Foundation and Energetics Technology Center
 
18. Conflict Resolution and Anti-terrorism in ASEAN: The Case of Thailand
Keokam Kraisoraphong, Chulalongkorn University
 
19. The Political Dimension of Sustainability -- Why Do Policies in S. Korea Fail to Adapt to Forseeable Risks? 
Jungwoo Chun, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 
20. Implementing Legislative Strengthening Programs: Who is in Control? 
David E. Guinn, SUNY Center for Inernational Development; Jeffrey D. Straussman, Rockefeller College of Public Affairs & Policy, University at Albany, SUNY
 
21. Mandatory Data Reporting: The Unused Tool in Legislative Oversight
Thomas Bridle, Independent Development Consultant 
 
22. Legislative Roles in Addressing Major Impediments in the Process of Democratic Transiton and Consolidation: The Case of the Ukrainian Parliament 
Irina Khmelko, University of Tennessee; Michael Bonnal, University of Tennessee
 
23. The Role of the New Parliament in the Stage of Economic Crisis: The Case of the Slovene National Assembly 
Drago Zajc, University of Ljubljana
 
24. Consolidation of or Resistance to Democracy Revisited: Democratization and the Turkish Grand National Assembly 
Ömer Faruk Gençkaya, Marmara University; Gamze Çürüksulu, Recep Tayyip Erdogan University 
 
25. Outdated Systems, New Business Drivers: How Companies are Going Beyond the Regulatory Horizon to Create a Sustainable Future  
Carol Singer Neuvelt, The National Association for Environmental Management 
 
26. Machines, Morality and (Hu)Mankind: The Future of Artificial Intelligence  
Dean Garfield, Information Technology Industry Council

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