C. Roman C.V. JANUARY 2022 CATERINA GOUVIS ROMAN, Ph.D. Professor, Department of Criminal Justice Room 551, Gladfelter Hall Temple University, Philadelphia, PA (o) 215-204-1025; [email protected] EDUCATION 2002 1990 1988 Ph.D., Sociology/Justice, American University, Washington, D.C. M.S., Justice, Law and Society, American University, Washington, D.C. Graduate Research Fellowship, 1988-1990 B.A., Triple Major: Sociology/Criminal Justice/Spanish, University of Richmond, Virginia. (Magna Cum Laude) Doctoral Dissertation 2002 Title: Schools as Attractors and Generators of Crime: Routine Activities and the Sociology of Place. Chair: James P. Lynch National Institute of Justice Dissertation Grant, 2000 National Science Foundation Dissertation Grant, 2000 Additional Education/Training 2018 Latent Class Analysis, Statistical Horizons, Philadelphia 2013 Social Network Analysis, Statistical Horizons, Philadelphia 2013 Longitudinal Data Analysis, Statistical Horizons, Philadelphia 2012 Structural Equation Modeling, Statistical Horizons, Philadelphia 2011 Programming in R 2002 Structural Equation Modeling, Scientific Software International, Chicago 2001 Hierarchical Linear Modeling, Scientific Software International, Chicago 2001 Spatial Regression, ICPSR, Michigan 2000 Advanced Spatial Analysis with ArcView, ESRI, Fairfax, VA POSITIONS HELD July 2020 to present 2014 to June 2020 Fall 2008 to Spring 2014 2003 to 2008 1990 to 2002 Professor, Dept. of Criminal Justice, Temple University Associate Professor, Dept. of Criminal Justice, Temple University Assistant Professor, Dept. of Criminal Justice, Temple University Senior Research Associate, The Urban Institute Research Associate, The Urban Institute 1 C. Roman C.V. OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE January 1990 - October 1990 September 1989 - January 1990 February 1989 - December 1989 August 1988 - August 1990 Research Coordinator, Koba Associates, Washington, DC Researcher/Writer, National Criminal Justice Association, Washington, DC Research Assistant, Office of Research and Evaluation, Federal Bureau of Prisons (FBOP) Research/Teaching Assistant, Social Science Research Lab, American University PUBLICATIONS Books Roman, Caterina G., Heather Ahn-Redding, and Rita J. Simon. 2005. Global Perspectives on Social Issues: Illicit Drug Policies, Trafficking, and Use the World Over. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books. OCLC: 608834934. Book Review: Hogan, S. R. 2006. Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare, 33(2), 169-170. Roman, Caterina G. 2004. Schools, Neighborhoods and Violence: Crime within the Daily Routines of Youth. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books. OCLC: 55658301. Articles Published in Peer Reviewed Journals (*student authors) Roman, Caterina G. 2021. “An Evaluator's Reflections and Lessons Learned about Gang Intervention Strategies: An Agenda for Research." Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research, Special Issue: Reimagining Gang Research without the Police. (hardcopy published Aug 2021): ePub ahead of print: https://doi.org/10.1108/JACPR-02-2021-0576 https://www.researchgate.net/publication/352874765_An_evaluator's_reflections_and_lessons_learned_about_gang_intervention_str ategies_an_agenda_for_research Hyatt, Jordan M., James A. Densley, and Caterina G. Roman. 2021. “Social Media and the Variable Impact of Violence Reduction Interventions: Re-Examining Focused Deterrence in Philadelphia.” Social Sciences, 10(5) (April), 147. Open Access/full text https://www.mdpi.com/2076-0760/10/5/147 Roesch, Scott C., Christina M. Patch, Caterina G. Roman, Terry L. Conway, Ralph B. Taylor, Brian E. Saelens, Marc A. Adams, Kelli L. Cain, Loki Natarajan, and James F. Sallis. 2021. “Crime and Physical Activity Measures from the SAFE and Fit Environments Study (SAFE): Psychometric Properties across Age Groups.” Preventive Medicine Reports, 22 (June), 101381. Roman, Caterina G., Meagan Cahill and Lauren R. Mayes. 2021. "Changes in Personal Social Networks across Individuals Leaving Their Street Gang: Just What Are Youth Leaving Behind?" Social Sciences, 10 (2) (Jan), 39. https://doi.org/10.3390/socsci10020039 2 C. Roman C.V. Johnson, Nicole J.*, Caterina G. Roman, Alyssa K. Mendlein,* Courtney Harding, Melissa Francis and Laura Hendrick. 2020. “Exploring the Influence of Drug Trafficking Gangs on Overdose Deaths in the Largest Narcotics Market in the Eastern United States.” Social Sciences, 9(11) (November), 202. Open Access/full text: https://www.mdpi.com/2076-0760/9/11/202 Roman

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