Callie Shaw

Callie Shaw

Lecturer in Criminology
College Of Arts And Sciences
Department of Social Sciences
CAB 349A

830.743.0965   |cshaw@tamusa.edu

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CALLIE D. SHAW, ESQ.

Curriculum Vitae

Education

(In-Progress) Ph.D., Expected May 2022, Criminal Justice, Texas State University Dissertation: An Exploration of Oil and Natural Gas Boomtown Growth on Crime Rates inTexas

   Advisor: Dr. Donna Vandiver
   Committee Members: Dr. Mitch Chamlin
                                      Dr. Christine Sellers
                                      Dr. Ashley Arnio                                      
                                      Dr. Rick Ruddell

L.L.M. 2012, Energy and Environmental Law, Tulane Law School

J.D. 2010; Civil Law, Loyola College of Law

M.S., 2007, Sociology with an Emphasis in Criminology, Texas A & M University – Kingsville

   Thesis: A study of Intimate Partner Violence Among College Students.

   Advisor: Dr. Paul Vowell

B.S., 2005, Criminology, Texas A & M University – Kingsville

Professional Experience

Lecturer in Criminal Justice & Criminology, Texas A & M University – San Antonio
August 2021 – Present

Adjunct Law Professor, Texas A & M University – Law School.
June 2021 – Present

Graduate Research/Teaching Assistant, Criminal Justice Department, Texas State University, January 2017 – July 2021

Graduate Research/Teaching Assistant, Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training (ALERRT), Texas State University, January 2016 – January 2017

Graduate Research/Teaching Assistant, Criminal Justice Department, Texas State University, August 2015 – December 2015

On-Line Instructor, Criminal Justice Department, Saint Leo University, October 2013 – July 2021.

On-Line Instructor, Criminal Justice Department, Grantham University, May 2011 – September 2015

Associate Attorney, Cashe, Coudrain & Sandage, Hammond, Louisiana, March 2012 – August 2014

Contract Attorney, Jones, Swanson, Huddell & Garrison, L.L.C., New Orleans, Louisiana, June 2012 – September 2012

Environmental Attorney, Tulane Law School Law Clinic, New Orleans, Louisiana, January 2011 – December 2012

Legal Researcher, Louisiana Bucket Brigade, New Orleans, Louisiana, May 2010 – June 2011

Undergraduate Courses Taught

Contemporary Legal Issues for Law Enforcement – CCJ-4350

Contemporary Legal Issues for Corrections – CCJ-4352

Juvenile Justice – CCJ – 3300

Research Methods – CCJ - 4370

Theory - CCJ - 2330

Undergraduate Courses Taught Online

Building a Multiracial Society-SOC-110

Introduction to Law and the Legal System – CRM-123

Introduction to Crime Scene Investigation – CRM-230

Substantive Criminal Law – CRM-321

White Collar Crime – CRM-331

Criminal Justice Ethics – CRM-350

Organized Crime – CRM-330

Juvenile Delinquency – CRM

Certifications/Training

ACUE Effective Teaching Practices Certified (2021)

Quality Matters Certified (2020)

CITI Program (2019)

Remote Essentials Certified (2018/2019)

Texas State Shop Talk Series Completion (2019-2020)

Blackboard platform course developer

Moodle platform course developer

TRACS platform course developer

Canvas platform course developer

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Shaw, C., Vaughn, T., and Vandiver, D. M. (2020). Reported Sexual-Offense incidents in the United States: Arrest Disparities between Women and Men. Journal of Interpersonal ViolenceJournal Impact Factor 3.573.

Non-Peer Reviewed Publications

Ruddell, R., & Shaw, C. (2021). Resource extraction and crime. Encyclopedia on Crime. Wiley Publishing.

Shaw, C. (2021). Criminal Justice Procedure and Law for the Criminal Justice Professional. Kendall Hunt Publishing.

Shaw, C. (2020). Remote Learning: The New Normal. Fall 2020 ed. Western Criminologist Society.

Encyclopedia of Research Methods and Statistical Techniques in Criminology and Criminal Justice (2020). Environmental Crimes. Wiley Publishing.

Shaw, C. (2020). Remote Teaching in the New Normal. Western Criminologist Society.

Shaw, C., & Roger, T. G. (2019). The Parent-Ph.D. student experience while working in the ivory tower. Fall 2019 ed. Western Criminologist Society.

Shaw, C. (2018). The Female Sex Offender. Sex Crimes. Encyclopedia of Women and Crime. Wiley Publishing.

Book Reviews

Ferdico, J. N., Fradella, H. F., and Totten, C. D. (2020). Criminal Procedure for the Criminal Justice Professional, 13th ed.

Works in Progress

Shaw, C. (2022). Blood, Oil, and Politics in Borger, Texas. The Beginning of the Oil Era. Texas A & M University Press.

Shaw, C. (2022). Contemporary Legal Issues and Procedures for the Criminal Justice Professional. Kendall Hunt Publishing.

Rogers. T., Shaw, C. (2022-2023). Animal Crimes. Kendall Hunt Publishing.

Professional Activities/Conferences

2020 - Tulane Environmental Law Conference. New Orleans, Louisiana.

2018 – SWACJ Annual Meeting. “An Analysis of Arrest Disparities between Men and Women who Commit Sex Offenses.” San Antonio, Texas.2017 –  WGRC Symposium: A Century of Conflict Dialogues on Women, Gender, Intersectionality, and Militarism. “Female Sex Offenders: An Analysis of Disparate Treatment within the United States Criminal Justice System. Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas.

2016 – ASC “Active Shooter Events from 2000 to 2016: Findings and Policy Implications.”New Orleans, Louisiana

2016 – Society for Police and Criminal Psychology. “Active Shooter Events from 2000 to 2016: Findings and Policy Implications.” – Poster Presentation San Marcos, Texas

2007 – A study of Intimate Partner Violence Amongst College Students. Presented at Southwestern Sociological Association Conference

 Invited Presentations

“Reality of Attending Law School and Post Law School Options.” Our Lady of the Lake University. January 2021.

“White Collar versus Green Collar” Criminal Justice Society. Texas State University. 2020

“Law School: How do I get there?” Criminal Justice Society. Texas State University. 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020.

 “Four years after the BP oil spill, where are we now?” Louisiana Ladies Association. 2014

 “Green Collar Crime and the BP Oil Spill. How is it a crime?” Grantham University. 2013

 “Fracking on the Northshore. Is it Legal?” Tulane Law School. 2013

 “Fracking permits, the process and the solutions.” St. Tammany Parish Council. 2013

Service Activities

TAMU Mentor (2021 - Current)

Advisor, Lambda Xi Delta, Texas State University, 2017 – Current

Senate Committee Member, Saint Leo University, 2015 – 2019

Honors and Awards

Outstanding Instruction Award during COVID-19 – Texas State University, 2020

Outstanding Doctoral Student Award – Texas State University, 2019

Doctoral Student Teaching Award – Texas State University, 2018
New Orleans Pro Bono Legal Work Award, 2014

Outstanding Faculty Award Recipient, Southeastern Louisiana University, 2014

Teacher of Excellence Award, Grantham University, 2013

Research presented before Congress on BP oil spill, July 2010

Law Moot Court Finalist, New York Law Competition, 2010

Summa Cum Laude Graduate Texas A & M University, 2008

Summa Cum Laude Graduate Texas A & M University, 2005

Graduate of Excellence Award, Texas A & M University, 2005

Professional Affiliations

Western Society of Criminology

Academy of Criminal Justice

The American Society of Criminology

National Association of Environmental Professionals

Louisiana Bar Association Member

Society for Police and Criminal Psychology

Courses Teaching

Subject Number Section Description Term Syllabus
CRIM 3388 902 Courts & Criminal Procedure Spring 2022 Syllabi
CRIM 4370 901 Research Methods in Crim Spring 2022 Syllabi
CRIM 4370 900 Research Methods in Crim Spring 2022 Syllabi
CRIM 2330 901 Theories of Crime Causation Spring 2022 Syllabi