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Sep 19 2014

NYIT Engineering Professor Wins NIH Grant for Robotics Research

Sep 17 2014

NYIT Holds Convocation for Medical and Health Professions Students

Sep 11 2014

NYIT Medical Researcher Wins NIH Grant for Cardiac Studies

Sep 09 2014

NYIT Ranked in Top Tier of U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges 2015 Edition

Sep 23 2014

NSF Grant Opportunities Seminar

Sep 23 2014

Internship Certificate Program - Orientation I

Sep 24 2014

Internship Certificate Program - Orientation I

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Internship Certificate Program - Orientation II

Sep 24 2014

KAN Jam

Emily Restivo

 Assistant Professor                                                                                                

ERestivo@nyit.edu


Education
Ph.D. 2011, Florida State University, Criminology and Criminal Justice
Dissertation: Once A Criminal, Always a Criminal: How Do Individual Responses to Formal Labeling Affect Future Behavior? A Comprehensive Evaluation of Labeling Theory.
 
M.S. 2008, Florida State University, Criminology and Criminal Justice
Thesis: Parental Attachment and Deviance: Seeking a More Precise Understanding to this Relationship
 
B.S. 2006, University of Central Florida; Criminal Justice
 
 
Honors and Grants
13th Annual Faculty Scholars Reception, May 1, 2014
 
2013 ISRC Grant, What Variables Moderate the Effect of Formal Punishment on Future Behavior, New York Institute of Technology, $3,572.44.
 
Outstanding Faculty Member Award, SGA, Spring 2013
 
Travel Grant to present “What Variables Mediate the Effect of Formal Punishment on Future Behavior” in Chicago, IL, College of Arts and Sciences, New York Institute of Technology, $500.00
 
2012 ISRC Grant, What Variables Mediate the Effect of Formal Punishment on Future Behavior, New York Institute of Technology, $3,504.57.
 
Teaching and Research Assistant (Carter Hay, Dan Maier-Katkin, and Sonja Siennick), College of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Florida State University, 2006-2010
 
Distance Learning Course Development Grant– Assistant to Carter Hay, College of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Florida State University, Tallahassee Florida,  Summer 2010
 
Distance Learning Teaching Assistantship – Carter Hay, Juvenile Delinquency, College of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Florida State University, Tallahassee Florida,  Summer 2010
 
Travel grant awarded by the Congress of Graduate Studies, Florida State University for annual American Society of Criminology meetings, 2008-2010
 
Assistantship; Nazi Era Study Abroad Program- Dan Maier Katkin,  Czech Republic, Germany, Austria and Poland for six weeks, Florida State University, Summer 2008
 
Robert L. Clark Scholarship; Florida State University, Fall 2006
 
Areas of Teaching and Research Interests
• Juvenile Delinquency
•Theories of crime causation
• Family and parenting-related causes of adolescent crime
• Measurement and methods
 
 
Publications
Restivo, Emily and Mark Lanier. Forthcoming. “Measuring the Contextual Effects and Mitigating Factors of Labeling Theory.”  Justice Quarterly.
 
Meldrum, Ryan and Emily Restivo. 2014.  “The behavioral and health consequences of sleep deprivation among U.S. high school students: Relative deprivation matters.” Preventative Medicine 63:24-28.
 
Hay, Carter, Brian Stults and Emily Restivo. 2012. “Suppressing the Harmful Effects of Key Risk Factors: Results from the Children at Risk Experimental Intervention.” Criminal Justice and Behavior
 
Hay, Carter, Xia Wang, Emily Ciaravolo, and Ryan Meldrum. 2011. “Inside the Black Box: Identifying the Theoretical Variables that Mediate the Effects of a Comprehensive Intervention on Juvenile Delinquency.”  Crime and Delinquency.
 
Hay, Carter, Ryan C. Meldrum, Emily Ciaravolo, and Walter Forrest. 2010. “Stability and change in risk- seeking: Investigating the effects of an intervention program.” Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice 8: 91- 106.
 
 
Works In Progress
Restivo, Emily and Mark Lanier. “Considering Social Process Factors That May Moderate the Likelihood of Arrest Following Engagement in Crime.”
 
Restivo, Emily. “How do Familial Relationships Affect Delinquent Behavior?” Restivo, Emily. “Public Perceptions of the Police”
 
 
Professional Presentations
 2014 “The Role of Social Bonding in Shaping Behavioral Outcomes of Adolescents”. Paper presentation at annual 2014 American Society of Criminology meetings in San Francisco, CA.
 
2013 “Disconnect: Evaluating Communication between Police and the Media”. Paper presentation at annual 2013 American Society of Criminology meetings in Atlanta, GA.
 
2012 “What Variables Mediate the Effects of Formal Labeling on Future Delinquency”. Poster presentation at annual 2012 American Society of Criminology meetings in Chicago, IL.
 
2011 “Assessing the Possibility of a Moderating Relationship between Criminal Behavior and Formal Punishment”. Paper presentation at annual 2011 American Society of Criminology meetings in Washington D.C.
 
2010 “Considering Social Process Factors That May Moderate the Effects of Formal Labeling on Future Behavior.” Paper presentation at annual 2010 American Society of Criminology meetings in San Francisco, CA.
 
2010 “Suppressing the Harmful Effects of Key Risk Factors: Results from an Experimental Intervention.” Paper presentation at annual 2010 American Society of Criminology meetings in San Francisco, CA.
 
2009 “Considering Variables That May Mediate the Effects of Intervention Programs on Delinquency.” Paper presentation at annual 2009 American Society of Criminology meetings in Philadelphia, PA.
 
2008 “Stability and Change in Risk-Seeking: Investigating the effects of an intervention program.” Paper presentation at annual 2008 American Society of Criminology meetings in St. Louis.
 
2008 “Parental Attachment and Deviance: Seeking a More Precise Understanding of This Relationship.” Paper presentation at annual 2008 American Society of Criminology meetings in St. Louis.
 
 
Professional Organizations
 Member of the American Society of Criminology (ASC)
 
Member of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS)
 
 
Teaching Experience
Principles of Corrections (CRIM150); Sp2014: NYIT, Old Westbury
 
Field Placement (CRIM495); Fa2013: NYIT, Old Westbury
 
Crisis Intervention (CRIM415); Sp2013: NYIT, Old Westbury
 
Introduction to Criminal Justice (CRIM101); Summer 2012: Online for NYIT
 
Social Problems (SOCI201); Sp2012; Fa2013: NYIT, Old Westbury
 
Criminal Investigations (CRIM301); Sp201; Fa2013: NYIT, Old Westbury
 
Marriage and the Family (SOCI301); Sp2012: NYIT, Old Westbury
 
Introduction to Sociology(SOCI101); Fa2011; Sp2012; Sp2013; Sp2014: NYIT, Old Westbury
 
Organized Crime (CRIM354); Fa2011; NYIT, Old Westbury
 
American Urban Minorities (SOCI150); Fa2011; Sp2013; Sp2014: NYIT, Old Westbury
 
Introduction to the Study of Crime (CCJ301); Sp2011, University of West Florida, Online
 
Criminal and Delinquent Behavior (CCJ4610); Summer 2010, Florida State University
 
Service to the Behavioral Sciences Department
Criminal Justice Internship Program, New York Institute of Technology, Old Westbury, Fall 2013
 
Behavioral Sciences Facebook Administrator (https://www.facebook.com/NYITBehavioralSciences), New York Institute of Technology, Summer 2013
 
Reorganization of Criminal Justice Curriculum, New York Institute of Technology, Old Westbury, Spring 2012- current
 
Academic Advising, New York Institute of Technology, Old Westbury, Fall 2011- Current
 
 
Service to the College of Arts and Sciences
Interdisciplinary Conference titled From 911 to 411: Putting Forth Crucial Information in a Time of Crisis, Auditorium on Broadway, December 2013
 
New Student Welcome Day, New York Institute of Technology, Old Westbury, Fall 2013 Open House Representative, New York Institute of Technology, Old Westbury, Fall 2011 Service to the University
 
NYIT Office of Admissions Preview Day, April 6, 2014
 
Senator, Department of Behavioral Sciences, 2013-current
 
Curriculum Committee, New York Institute of Technology, 2013-current
 
Assessment Committee, New York Institute of Technology, 2013-current
 
 
Educational Technology Committee, New York Institute of Technology, 2013-current
 
Library Committee, New York Institute of Technology, 2013-current
 
Faculty Liaison for Relay for Life, New York Institute of Technology, Old Westbury, Spring 2013
 
New Graduate Student Orientation Coordinator; College of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Florida
State University, Spring 2007- current
 
Program of Instructional Excellence Criminology Associate; Florida State University, Fall 2008- current
 
Service Outside NYIT
Behavioral Science Judge at LISEF (February 10, 2014, February 12, 2013 and February 14, 2012)
 

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