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  • Harrell, A., Sterner, G., Alter, T.R., & Lonie, J. (2017). Student perceptions of the impact of their diverse study abroad experiences. North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture. 61(1).
  • Sterner, G. & Felmlee, Diane. (2017). The Social Networks of Cyberbullying on Twitter. International Journal of Technoethics. 8(2).


  • Alter, T., Barsom, S., Calore, G., Engle, E., Goldberg, D., & Sterner, G. (2016). Achieving the Promise of Sustainability Though Civic Engagement and Public Scholarship. In T. Alter, S. Barsom, G. Calore, E. Engle, D. Goldberg, & G. Sterner (eds.), Public Scholarship, Sustainability, Community Engagement Colloquium Proceedings.  Available:
  • Lattimore, P.K., MacKenzie, D.L., Zajac, G., Dawes, D., Arsenault, E., & Tueller, S. (2016). Outcome findings from the HOPE demonstration field experiment: Is swift, certain, and fair an effective supervision strategy? Criminology & Public Policy, 15 (4).
  • Muscato, A., Sterner, G., and Alter, T. (Accepted). Student perceptions of the impact of their study abroad experiences. Submitted to the Journal of the North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture, 2016.
  • Sterner, G. & Felmlee, D. (In press). The networks of cyberbullying on Twitter. Submitted to the Journal of Technothics, 2016.
  • Sterner, G. E., M.W.P. Fortunato, T.R. Alter, W.C. Shuffstall, and J.C. Bridger. (2016). Unequal Access: An Examination of the Barriers Rural Areas Continue to Face in Broadband Development.  Zeszyty Naukowe/Wyższa Szkoła Ekonomiczno-Społeczna w Ostrołęce.  Available:
  • Ulmer, J.T. & Laskorunsky, J.A. (2016).  The role of juvenile adjudications in the disproportional incarceration of African American and Hispanic defendants. Journal of Crime and Justice, 39(1), 9-27.


  • Kreager, D.A., Schaefer, D.R., Bouchard, M., Haynie, D.L., Wakefield, S., Young, J., & Zajac, G. (2015). Toward a Criminology of Inmate Networks. Justice Quarterly, Online first, March 3, 2015.
  • Elliott, I.A., & Zajac, G. (2015). The Implementation of Circles of Support and Accountability in the United States. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 25, 113-123.
  • Ulmer, J.T. & Laskorunsky, J.A. (2015). Sentencing policies and practices in Pennsylvania: Four decades of change. Oxford Handbooks Online, 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199935383.013.150.
  • Yuan, Y. & McNeeley, S. (2015). Social ties, collective efficacy, and crime-specific fear in Seattle neighborhoods. Victim & Offenders: An International Journal of Evidence-based Research, Policy, and Practice. DOI:10.1080/15564886.2015.1006799.
  • Yuan, Y. & McNeeley, S. (2015). Reactions to crime: multilevel analysis of fear of crime and defensive and participatory behavior. Journal of Crime and Justice. DOI:10.1080/0735648X.2015.1054297.
  • Zajac, G. (2015). Implementation and Outcomes in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Among Female Prisoners.Crime & Public Policy. doi: 10.1111/1745-9133.12137.
  • Zajac, G., Lattimore, P.K., Dawes, D., & Winger, L. (2015). All implementation is local: Findings from the process evaluation of the honest opportunity probation and enforcement (HOPE) demonstration field experiment. Federal Probation Journal. Available online June 2015.


  • McNeeley, S. (2014). Lifestyle-Routine Activities and Crime Events. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice. First Published Online: October 13, 2014.
  • Soyer, M. (2014). “We knew our time had come”: The dynamics of threat and microsocial ties in three polish ghettos under Nazi oppression. Mobilization, 19, 489-507.


  • Soyer, M. (2013). The Imagination of Desistance: A Juxtaposition of the Construction of Incarceration as a Turning Point and the Reality of Recidivism. The British Journal of Criminology. First published online: October 24, 2013. Abstract available here.
  • Welsh, W.N., Zajac, G., & Bucklen, K. (2013). For Whom Does Prison Based Drug Treatment Work? Results from a Randomized Experiment. Journal of Experimental Criminology. Online First.
  • Welsh, W.N. & Zajac, G. (2013). A Multi-Site Evaluation of Prison-Based Drug Treatment: Five Year Follow-up Results. The Prison Journal, 93(3), 251-271.
  • Eggers, A., Wilson, D.B., Mitchell, O., & MacKenzie, D.L. (2013). Drug Courts' Effect on Criminal Offending for Juveniles and Adults. No. 11 of Crime Prevention Research Review. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services. Available Here
  • Stahler, G., Mennis, J., Belenko, S., Welsh, W., Hiller, M., & Zajac, G. (2013). Predicting Recidivism for Released State Prison Offenders: Examining the Influence of Individual and Neighborhood Factors on the Likelihood of Reincarceration. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 40(6), 690-711.


  • MacKenzie, D.L. & Armstrong, G.S. (2012). The human experiment in treatment: A means to the end of offender recidivism. In R. Loeber & B.C. Welsh (Eds.) The Future of Criminology. Oxford University Press.
  • Mitchell, O., Wilson, D.B., Eggers, A., & MacKenzie, D. (2012). Assessing the effectiveness of drug courts on recidivism: A meta-analytic review of traditional and non-traditional drug courts. Journal of Criminal Justice, 40(1), 60-71.
  • MacKenzie, D.L. (2012). The effectiveness of corrections-based work and academic and education programs. In J. Petersilia & K. Reitz (Eds). Oxford Handbook of Sentencing and Corrections. Oxford University Press: Oxford, U.K.
  • MacKenzie, D.L. (2012). Preventing the future criminal activities of delinquents and offenders. In B.C Welsh & D.P. Farrington (Eds). The Oxford Handbook of Crime Prevention. Oxford University Press: Oxford, U.K.