Tod W. Burke

PAPER PRESENTATIONS

Engaging students through problem-based learning.  Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. (March, 2012).  New York city, NY. (Chair of roundtable; co-presenter).

Student engagement through book clubs: Lessons learned.  2012 Annual Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy, February10, 2012. Virginia Tech, VA (Co-presenter).

Applying for a criminal justice position? What you need to know! American Society of Criminology (ASC). November, 2011. Washington, D.C. (Chair of Panel-workshop – Co-authored).

Student engagement through problem-based learning.  Third Annual 2011 Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy.  February, 2011.  Virginia Tech, VA (Co-authored).

Using role playing as a teaching strategy: An interdisciplinary approach to learning. Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy. February 18, 2010. Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA. (co-authored).

Where's the justice in Introduction to Criminal Justice?  American Society of Criminology (ASC). November, 2009. Philadelphia, PA. Chair of session (Roundtable).

Teaching Criminal Investigation or Forensic Science? Consider a course on the JFK assassination. American Society of Criminology (ASC). November, 2009. Philadelphia, PA (co-authored).

Interested in a professorship at a teaching institution?  The do's an don'ts for graduate students. American Society of Criminology (ASC). November, 2009. Philadelphia, PA (Roundtable).

Alternative pedagogical strategies for teaching the introductory criminal justice course to enhance student engagement. American Society of Criminology (ASC). November, 2008. St. Louis, MO. Chair of session (Roundtable).

Pedagogical strategies in the classroom: What works and what doesn't. American Society of Criminology (ASC). November, 2008. St. Louis, MO. Chair of session.

.Identifying the foundations of criminal justice education.  American Society of Criminology (ASC). November, 2007. Atlanta, GA. Chair of session.

Laying the theoretical foundation for criminal justice students: A pedagogical approach. American Society of Criminology (ASC).  November, 2007.  Atlanta, GA (Roundtable).

Why GLBT issues should be integrated into the undergraduate core criminal justice curriculum. American Society of Criminology (ASC).  November, 2007.  Atlanta, GA (Co-authored).

Issues in criminal justice education: Can you hear me now? Oral communication in Criminal Justice. American Society of Criminology (ASC). November, 2006.  Los Angeles, CA (Roundtable). Chair of session.

Issues in criminal justice education: Teaching students how to “do” science in Criminology & Criminal Justice. American Society of Criminology (ASC). November, 2006.  Los Angeles, CA (Roundtable).

Team teaching in criminal justice:  what works and what doesn’t.  American Society of Criminology (ASC).  November, 2005. Toronto, Canada. (Roundtable). Chair of session.

Hazing: Bad boys/bad girls.  What ya gonna do? American Society of Criminology (ASC). November, 2005. Toronto, Canada. Chair of session (Co-authored).

Professional Development Session: Publishing issues for the developing scholar.  American Society of Criminology (ASC). November, 2004.  Nashville, TN.

Same sex domestic violence: A pilot study. American Society of Criminology (ASC).  November, 2004.  Nashville, TN. (Co-authored).

Hazing in college fraternities and sororities (September 25, 2004).  Southern Criminal Justice Association.  Raleigh, NC. (Roundtable)

Same sex domestic violence:  Where do we go from here?    Roundtable Presentation.  Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS).  March, 2004. Las Vegas, NV. Chair of session.

Overcoming the obstacles to setting up Forensic Science programs.  Roundtable Presentation.  Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS).   March, 2004.  Las Vegas, NV.

Animal abuse and human violence: What is the connection? Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS).  March, 2003.  Boston, MA. Chair of session.

Out with the old, in with the new: Reconstructing the introductory criminal justice course. Roundtable presentation. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS). March, 2003.  Boston, MA.

Ignore the man behind the curtain...unless it's a police officer.  Sterling v. Minersville: A socio-legal perspective. (November, 2002).  American Society of Criminology (ASC). Chicago, IL. (Co-authored).

Biological and chemical weapons: A concern for law enforcement.  (March, 2002).  Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences.  Anaheim, CA. (Co-authored).

Environmental Extremists: An Examination of Eco-Terrorism. (November, 2001).   American Society of Criminology (ASC).  Atlanta, GA. (Co-authored).

Foot Pursuits: Chasing A Policy.  (April, 2001).  Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS).  Washington, DC. (Co-authored).

Gays, Lesbians, and Law Enforcement, Oh My!: A Cross-National Examination of the Relationship Between Law Enforcement and the Gay and Lesbian Community in the United States and Venezuela as it Pertains to Domestic Violence.  (November, 2000).   American Society of Criminology (ASC).  San Francisco, CA. (Co-authored).

Project Exile:  Combating Handgun Violence.  (March, 2000).  Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS).  New Orleans, LA. (Co-authored).

The Role of the Forensic Neuro-Psychologist.  (March, 2000).  Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS).  New Orleans, LA.  (Co-authored).

Professor-Student Confidentiality:  Legal and Ethical Concerns.  (March, 1999).  Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS).  Orlando, Florida (Co-authored).

Violence Among Gay Intimate Partners:  A New Field Study.  (March, 1999).  Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS).  Orlando, Florida (Co-authored).

Critical incident stress among homicide investigators who investigate child homicides.  (March, 1998).  Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS).  Albuquerque, New Mexico (Co-authored).

Forensic Diving: The Latest in Underwater Investigation. (March, 1997). Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS). Louisville, Kentucky (Co-authored).

Profiling victims and suspects of home robberies. (March, 1996). Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS). Las Vegas, Nevada (Co- authored).

Violence in the Workplace: Profiling Violent Employees. (1995, March). Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS). Boston, Massachusettes (Co-authored).

Multiple Personality and the Law. (1994, March). Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS). Chicago, Illinois (Co-authored).

Dispatcher Stress and Job Satisfaction. (1992, November). American Society of Criminology (ASC). New Orleans, Louisiana.

The Changing Role of Asian Gangs. (1992, June). Shanghai Bureau of Justice and the Office of International Criminal Justice. Shanghai, China (Co-authored).

Education in Corrections: An Administrator's Perspective. (1991, November). American Society of Criminology (ASC). San Francisco, California (co-authored).

A New Look at Asian Gangs: Home Invaders. (1991, March). Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS) Nashville, Tennessee (Co-authored)

Asian Gangs in America. (July, 1990). The Third Annual Sino-American Conference in Criminal Justice. Taipei, Taiwan (Co-authored).

Is Graduate Education Necessary for Law Enforcement Personnel? (1990, March). Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS). Denver, Colorado (Co-authored).