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Dr. Tamara Lynn

Assistant Professor


 Fort Hays State University Rarick Hall 233H 785-628-5235 tjlynn@fhsu.edu Degrees: M.L.S., Fort Hays State University B.A., Fort Hays State University Ph.D. Sociology, Kansas State University

Fort Hays State University
Rarick Hall 233H
785-628-5235
tjlynn@fhsu.edu


Degrees:
M.L.S., Fort Hays State University
B.A., Fort Hays State University
Ph.D. Sociology, Kansas State University

Courses Taught:
Social Justice
Social Justice in the Honors College
Criminology
Administration of Justice Systems
Justice in the Information Age
Corrections
Community Corrections
Juvenile Delinquency
Women & Crime
Advanced Seminar
Correctional Administration
Mental Health Issues in the Criminal Justice System
Criminal Justice Organizational Structures

Fields of Specialization:
Curricular & Co-Curricular Service-Learning
Sentencing Structures
Perceptions of Intimate Personal Violence
Media Framing & Critical Discourse
Social Bond Theory & Criminal Behavior

Scholarly Publications:

Lynn, T. J. & Williams, L. S. (2016). 'Have a quiet, orderly, polite revolution': Framing political protest and protecting the status quo. Critical Sociology, DOI: 10.1177/0896920516666646.

Lynn, T. J. (2016). Reframing service-learning: Bridging the gap between academic and student affairs. eJournal of Public Affairs, forthcoming.


Scholarly Presentations

Lynn, T. J., McDowell, J., Bainter, M., & Hammeke, A. (2016). Undergraduate perceptions of interpersonal violence portrayed by media. Presented at Midwest Criminal Justice Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.

Lynn, T.J. (2016). Reframing service-learning: Bridging the gap between academic and student affairs. Presented at 2016 Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement (CLDE) Meeting, Indianapolis, IN.

Lynn, T.J. (2016). Co-Curricular volunteerism becomes service-learning through structured reflection. Presented at Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Conference, Denver, CO.

Lynn, T. (2015). Transition from Academic to Co-Curricular Service-Learning: Reflection is Key. Presented at Midwestern Criminal Justice Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.

Lynn, T. (2015). Framing Political Protest in an Age of Competing Interests. Presented at Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Conference, Orlando, FL.

Lynn, T. (2014). Occupy Wall Street: Are State Responses Realistic or Glamourized? Presented at Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Lynn, T. (2012). Civil Consequences? The Societal Risks of Incarcerating Women without Opportunities for Effective Treatment. Presented at Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences. Honolulu, HI.

Lynn, T. (2012). Doesn't My Opinion Count? Judicial Views of Determinate Sentencing. Presented at Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences. Honolulu, HI.

Lynn, T. (2011). Opportunities for Effective Substance Abuse Treatment Lacking in Women's Prison. Presented at Research and the State. KSU, Manhattan, KS.

Seminar Presentations

Lynn, T.J. (2016). Reflection: Putting the "learning" into civic engagement and service-learning. Presented at Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Conference, Denver, CO.

Lynn, T. (2015). Curriculum Comes to Life: Incorporating Service-Learning into the Criminal Justice Classroom. Presented at Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Conference, Orlando, FL.

Lynn, T. (2014). Service-Learning: Transition from Direct Service to Program Development. Presented at Campus Compact Heartland Conference, Lincoln, NE.

Presentations with Undergraduates

McDowell, J., Bainter, M., & Hammeke, A., Lynn, T.J. (2016). Undergraduate perceptions of interpersonal violence. Presented at Undergraduate Research Day at the Capital, Topeka, KS. Presented at Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Conference, Denver, CO.

Frazier, A., Herrington, T., & Lynn, T. (2015). Intimate Partner Violence and Drug Arrests in Kansas: Is there a Connection? Presented at Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Conference, Orlando, FL.

Ramage, V. & Lynn, T. (2014). Domestic Violence and Drug Use: What's the Connection? Presented at Research and Creative Activities Week, FHSU, Hays, KS

Cronn, E., Campbell, A., & Lynn, T. (2013). Occupy Wall Street: Violent Protestors or Public Nuisance? Presented at Research and Creative Activities Week, FHSU. Hays, KS

Invited Community Presentations

Lynn, T.J. (2016). Consequences for "admission" to the criminal justice system. Presented at Russell High School, Senior Seminar, Russell, KS.

Lynn, T. (2009). Managing Teen Behavior. Presented at Thomas Moore Prep/Marian High School, Department of Student Housing Staff Retreat, Hays, KS.

Invited Articles

Lynn, T. (2015). So easy, everyone can do it. Hays Daily News, Opinion Column, April, 23, pg 3.

Research Grants Received:
2015-2016
Undergraduate Perceptions of Interpersonal Violence, Principal Investigator on URE grant at FHSU, $2,000.

2014-2015
Relationship between Intimate Partner Violence and Drug/Alcohol Use in Kansas, Principal Investigator on URE grant at FHSU, $5,000.

2012-2013
Establishing the CRIM Lab at FHSU, Department of Justice Studies, Principal Investigator on URE grant at FHSU, $4,000.

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