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CURRICULUM VITAE Brian J. Stults May 5, 2011 OFFICE ADDRESS College of Criminology & Criminal Justice Florida State University 634 W. Call St. Tallahassee, FL 32306 EDUCATION Ph.D. B.A. 2003 1994 University at Albany (SUNY) - Albany, New York - Department of Sociology Western Michigan University - Kalamazoo, Michigan - Department of Sociology Phone: (850) 645-7376 Fax: (850) 644-9614 Email: [email protected]

ACADEMIC POSITIONS 2006-present Assistant Professor College of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Florida State University Department of Criminology, Law and Society, University of Florida

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PUBLISHED ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS (* denotes graduate student) 2011 Meldrum, Ryan C.*, and Brian J. Stults. "Student Performance In Research Methods Classes: Assessing the Predictive Validity of the Drama Scale." Journal of Criminal Justice Education, forthcoming. Stults, Brian J. "Determinants of Chicago Neighborhood Homicide Trajectories: 19651995". Homicide Studies 14(3): 244-267 Stults, Brian J., Karen F. Parker, and Erin C. Lane*. "A Spatial and Contextual Analysis of Policing: Examining Black, White, and Hispanic Stop Rates." Journal of Crime and Justice 33(1):1-36. Stults, Brian J., Karen F. Parker, and Erin C. Lane*. "Space, Place, and Immigration: New Directions for Research on Police Stops" pp. 411-434 in Stephen K. Rice and Michael D. White (eds.) Race, Ethnicity and Policing: New and Essential Readings. New York: NYU Press.

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Stults, Brian J., and Eric P. Baumer. "Assessing the Relevance of Anomie Theory for Explaining Spatial Variation in Lethal Criminal Violence: An Aggregate-Level Analysis of Homicide within the United States." International Journal of Conflict and Violence 2:215-257. Stults, Brian J., and Eric P. Baumer. "Racial Threat and Police Force Size: Evaluating the Empirical Validity of the Minority Threat Perspective." American Journal of Sociology 113:507-546. Parker, Karen F., Brian J. Stults, and Stephen K. Rice*. "Racial Threat, Concentrated Disadvantage and Black Arrests in 2000: Exploring the Direct and Indirect Linkages." Criminology 43: 1111-1134. Logan, John R., Brian J. Stults, and Reynolds Farley. "Segregation of Minorities in the Metropolis." Demography 41:1-22. Alba, Richard D., John R. Logan and Brian J. Stults. "Residential Inequality and Segregation in an Immigration Era: An Analysis of the Major Metropolitan Regions of the U.S." In Jeffrey G. Reitz (ed.), Host Societies and the Reception of Immigrants. La Jolla, CA: Center for Comparative Immigration Studies. Logan, John R., Richard D. Alba, and Brian J. Stults. "Enclaves and Entrepreneurs: Assessing the Payoff for Immigrants and Minorities" International Migration Review 37 (Summer): 344-88. Alba, Richard D., John R. Logan, Amy Lutz, and Brian J. Stults. "Only English by the Third Generation? Mother-tongue Loss and Preservation Among the Grandchildren of Contemporary Immigrants." Demography 39:467-484. Alba, Richard D., John R. Logan, and Brian J. Stults. "How Segregated are MiddleClass African Americans?" Social Problems 47:543-558. Alba, Richard D., John R. Logan, and Brian J. Stults. "The Changing Neighborhood Contexts of the Immigrant Metropolis." Social Forces 79:587-621. Logan, John R., and Brian J. Stults. "Racial differences in Exposure to Crime: The City and Suburbs of Cleveland in 1990." Criminology 37:251-276. Alba, Richard D., John R. Logan, Brian J. Stults, Gilbert Marzan, and Wenquan Zhang. "Immigrant Groups in the Suburbs: A Reexamination of Suburbanization and Spatial Assimilation." American Sociological Review 64:446-460.

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Alba, Richard D., John R. Logan, Wenquan Zhang, and Brian J. Stults. "Strangers Next Door: Immigrant Groups and Suburbs in Los Angeles and New York." In Phyllis Moen, Henry Walker, and Donna Dempster-McClain (editors), A Nation Divided: Diversity, Inequality, and Community in American Society. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

ARTICLES UNDER REVIEW Stults, Brian J., and Christi S. Falco*. "Unbalanced Institutional Commitments and Criminal Behavior: an Individual Level Assessment of Institutional Anomie Theory." Stults, Brian J. "The Effect of Commuting on City-Level Crime Rates." Revise-and-resubmit, Journal of Quantitative Criminology Hay, Carter, Brian J. Stults, and Emily Ciaravolo. "Suppressing the Harmful Effects of Key Risk Factors: Results from the Children at Risk Experimental Intervention." RESEARCH IN PROGRESS "Hierarchical Growth-Curve Analysis of Chicago Neighborhood Homicide Trends: 1965-2000" "Neighborhood Disadvantage, Violence, and the Moderating Influence of Grandmothers and Old Heads" with Elizabeth Stupi* "Symbolic Prejudice and the Racial Typification of Crime" with Kelly Roberts* GRANT PROPOSALS SUBMITTED AND AWARDED 2011-2015 Documenting the Consequences of the Foreclosure Crisis For American Communities, co-principal investigator with Eric Baumer (Florida State University), under review at Russell Sage Foundation ($330,819). US 2010: America after the First Decade of the New Century, co-principal investigator with John Logan (Brown University), award from Russell Sage Foundation ($1,629,319). Determinants of Chicago Neighborhood Homicide Trends: 1980-2000, award from the National Institute of Justice ($34,789). Disproportionate Minority Contact (DMC) Analysis and Report, Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, not awarded ($120,038).

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Juvenile Justice Research Services, Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, not awarded ($561,053). First-Year Assistant Professor Award, Florida State University ($16,000). Diversity and Separation in American Neighborhoods, co-principal Investigator with John Logan (SUNY-Albany), award from Ford Foundation ($199,972) Group Boundaries in New York and Chicago, co-principal Investigator with John Logan (SUNY-Albany), award from National Science Foundation ($162,039) Diversity and Separation in American Neighborhoods, co-principal Investigator with John Logan (SUNY-Albany), award from Ford Foundation ($100,000)

INVITED PAPERS AND SEMINARS PRESENTED 2007 2002 Invited Presentation, "Theory Workshop", Department of Sociology, University of Iowa. Invited Roundtable, "Census 2000: What's Next?", Brookings Institution, Center on Metropolitan Policy, Washington, D.C.

PARTICIPATION IN CONFERENCES AND COLLOQUIA 2010 "The Spatially Lagged Effect of Imprisonment Rates on Crime Rates", with Eric Baumer and Matt Hasbrouck, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, CA 2010 "Unbalanced Institutional Commitments and Criminal Behavior: An Individual Level Assessment of Institutional Anomie Theory", with Christi Falco, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, CA 2010 "Suppressing the Harmfl Effects of Key Risk Factors: Results from an Experimental Intervention", with Carter Hay and Emily Ciaravolo, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, CA 2009 "Determinants of Chicago Neighborhood Homicide Trends:1965-1995", 10th Crime Mapping Research Conference, New Orleans, LA 2009 "Hierarchical Growth-Curve Analysis of Chicago Neighborhood Homicide Trends: 1965-1995", Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Philadelphia, PA

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2009 "Neighborhood Disadvantage, Violence, and the Moderating Influence of Grandmothers and Old Heads" (with Elizabeth Stupi), Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Philadelphia, PA 2008 "Determinants of Chicago Neighborhood Homicide Trends: 1965-1995", Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, St. Louis, MO. 2007 "Using Spatial Analytic Methods to Test the Racial Threat Hypothesis" (with Jacob Stowell). Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, Georgia. 2006 "Measuring Crime Rates: Accounting for Daytime Population." Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Los Angeles, California. 2006 "Spatial and Contextual Look at Race-Biased Policing: Incorporating Community-Based Theories and Police Stops of Whites, Blacks and Hispanics" (with Karen Parker and Erin Lane). Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Los Angeles, California. 2005 "Racial Context, Levels of Violence, and White Racial Attitudes" (with Eric P. Baumer). Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Toronto, Canada. 2005 "A Spatial and Contextual Analysis of Racial Profiling: A Theoretical Investigation into Racial Profiling at the Local Level" (with Karen Parker, Erin Lane, and Geoffrey Alpert). Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Toronto, Canada. 2005 "Racial Threat As an Explanation for Disparity in Post-arrest Incarceration Outcomes" (with Dan Dexheimer). Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Toronto, Canada. 2005 "Racial Context and Police Discretion: A Macro-Level Analysis." Annual Meeting of the Southern Sociological Society, Charlotte, NC. 2004 "Racial Threat, Concentrated Disadvantage and Black Arrests in 2000: Exploring the Direct and Indirect Linkages" (with Karen Parker and Stephen Rice). Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Nashville, TN. 2003 "Race and Arrest in US Cities from the Conflict Perspective." Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Denver, CO.

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2003 "Racial Threat and Police Force Size: Modeling Intervening Processes." Annual Meeting of the Southern Sociological Society, New Orleans, LA. 2002 "Social Threat and Benign Neglect as an Explanation of the Relationship Between Race and Crime." Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Chicago, IL. 2002 "Enclaves and Entrepreneurs: Assessing the Payoff for Immigrants and Minorities" (with John R. Logan and Richard D. Alba). The U.S. Economy in Context: Princeton Economic Sociology Conference, Princeton. 1999 "Social Threat and Benign Neglect: A Conflict Perspective on Arrest." Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Toronto, Ontario - Canada. 1999 "Residential Attainment of Blacks and Whites in the U.S.: Individual and Contextual Effects." Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Chicago, IL. 1999 "Only English by the Third Generation? Mother Tongue Loss and Preservation among the Grandchildren of Contemporary Immigrants" (with Richard D. Alba, John R. Logan, and Amy Lutz). Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America. 1998 "Reciprocal Effects Of Race and Crime In Neighborhoods." Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Diego, CA. 1998 "Making a Place in the Immigrant Metropolis" (with John R. Logan and Richard D. Alba). World Congress of Sociology, Montreal, Canada. 1997 "Immigrant Groups and Suburbs: A Test of Spatial Assimilation Theory" (with Richard D. Alba, John R. Logan, Gilbert Marzan, and Wenquan Zhang). Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association. 1997 "Differential Exposure to Crime: An Analysis of Locational Attainment." Annual Meeting of the Eastern Sociological Society, Baltimore, MD. 1994 "Does the Old Boy Network Really Exist?" (with Thomas L. VanValey and Kathleen Tiemann). Fall Conference of the Michigan Sociological Society, Kalamazoo, MI.

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PROFESSIONAL SERVICE National Member, Publications Committee, American Society of Criminology, 2010-present. Member, Student Paper Competition Committee, Crime, Law, and Deviance Section, American Sociological Association, 2006-2007 Member, Editorial Board, Criminology and Public Policy, 2010-present Member, Editorial Board, Social Problems, 2010-present Manuscript reviewer for American Journal of Sociology, American Sociological Review, Crime and Delinquency, Criminology, Criminology and Public Policy, Demography, Journal of Criminal Justice, Journal of Drug Issues, Journal of Quantitative Criminology, Justice Quarterly, Law and Society Review, Social Forces, Social Problems, Sociological Quarterly, Urban Studies University Administrative Advisory Committee (2010 ­ current) Peer Merit Ad Hoc Committee (2010) Graduate Student Association, Faculty Advisor (2010-current) Graduate-Faculty Workshop Series, Faculty Advisor (2010-current) Academic Committee (Fall 2007 - current) Research Methods Exam Committee (Fall 2006 ­ current; Chair 2008 ­ 2009) COURSES TAUGHT Graduate Applied Statistics I, Florida State University Data Analysis, Florida State University Ecology of Crime, Florida State University Research Methods, Florida State University Communities and Crime, University of Florida Undergraduate Criminology, Florida State University Introduction to Research Methods in Criminology, Florida State University Communities and Crime, University of Florida Criminological Theory, University of Florida Research Methods in Criminology, University of Florida Criminology, University of Florida Methods of Social Research, University of Florida Sociology of Deviant Behavior, University at Albany Statistics for Sociologists, University at Albany

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GRADUATE STUDENT COMMITTEES Current Ph. D. Karla Dunghana (Chair) Matthew Hasbrouck (Chair) Kelly Roberts (Chair) Master's Dylan Hite (Chair) Served Through Completion Ph. D. Emily Ciaravolo, 2011 Lish Harris, 2011 Wesley G. Jennings, 2007 John D. Reitzel, 2006 Stephen K. Rice, 2006 Master's Josh Cochran, 2010 Kevin Wolff, 2010 Matthew Hasbrouck, 2009 (Chair) Kelly Roberts, 2009 (Chair) Karla Dunghana, 2009 Justin Picket, 2008 Emily Ciaravolo, 2008 Elizabeth Stupi, 2008 Erin C. Lane, 2005 PROFESSIONAL HONORS Nominated for University Graduate Teaching Award, 2011, Florida State University. Paul Meadows Award for Excellence in Research. 1997. Department of Sociology, University at Albany. PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS American Society of Criminology American Sociological Association Southern Sociological Society

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