Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminology, CriminologyFaculty - Associate Professor of Criminology
Ph.D. (2009) University of Cincinnati
M.A. (2005). Washington State University
B.A. (2003). University of Minnesota Duluth
Criminal Justice System, Criminology, Crime and Community, Statistics for Social Research, Evidence-Based Corrections
Criminal Justice Systems, Evidence-Based Corrections, Offender Risk and Needs Assessment, Prisoner Reentry, Life-Course Criminology, and Program Evaluation
Introduction to Criminal Justice, Introduction to Criminology, Crime and the Inner City, Correctional Rehabilitation, Statistics
2016-present Program Coordinator, Bachelor of Applied Science in Criminal Justice.
2016-present Chair, John Chase Memorial Scholarship Committee.
2016-present Member, SAC Professional Assessment Committee.
2015-present Co-chair. Criminology Student Outcomes Assessment Committee.
2015-present Coordinator. Articulation Agreements. Criminology Unit.
Makarios, Matthew D., Brusman-Lovins, Lori, Myer, Andrew J., & Latessa, Edward J., (In Press) "Treatment Integrity and Recidivism among Sex Offenders. The Relationship between CPC Scores and Program Effectiveness." Corrections: Policy, Practice, and Research. Accepted October 4th, 2017.
Makarios, Matthew D., Cullen, Francis. T., & Piquero, Alex. R. (2017). “Adolescent Criminal Behavior, Population Heterogeneity, and Cumulative Disadvantage: Untangling the Relationship Between Adolescent Delinquency and Negative Outcomes in Emerging Adulthood.” Crime and Delinquency, 63, 683-707.
Steiner, Benjamin, Butler, Harry, Makarios, Matthew D., & Travis, Lawrence. (2017). “Assessing the Effects of Exposure to Supermax Confinement on Offender Post Release Behaviors” The Prison Journal, 97, 275-295
Myer, Andrew J. and Makarios, Matthew D. (2017). “Understanding the Impact of a DUI Court through Treatment Integrity: A Mixed Methods Approach” Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 56, 252-276
Makarios, Matthew D., Brushman-Lovins, Lori, Latessa, Edward J., Smith, Paula. (2016) “Staff Quality and Treatment Effectiveness: An Examination of the Relationship between Staff Factors and the Effectiveness of Correctional Programs.” Justice Quarterly, 33, 348-367.