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Breanna Lynne Boppre

bxb078@shsu.edu
Sam Houston State University
Department of Victim Studies
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ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS
2021 - Present Assistant Professor, Department of Victim Studies, Sam Houston State
University
2018 - 2021 Assistant Professor, School of Criminal Justice, Wichita State University
2017 - 2019 Instructor, Department of Criminal Justice, University of Nevada, Las
Vegas

EDUCATION
Ph.D. Criminology and Criminal Justice, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, 2018
M.S. Criminal Justice, Portland State University, 2014
B.A.(hons) Criminal Justice, University of Nevada, Reno, 2010

PUBLICATIONS
Peer Reviewed Journal Articles (16 total)
Accepted Boppre, B., & Boyer, C. “They Aim for Me” Versus “Under the Radar:”
Understanding Women’s Experiences in the Oregon Criminal Legal System
through an Intersectional Lens. Victims & Offenders.
Accepted Boppre, B., DeHart, D., & Shapiro, C. “The Prison System Doesn’t Make It
Comfortable to Visit:” Prison Visitation from the Perspectives of People
Incarcerated and Family Members. Criminal Justice and Behavior.
Accepted Browne, G. E., Melander, L., Boppre, B. & Edwards, M. E. The Gendered
Effects of a Graduated Sanctions Model on Probation Outcomes in Kansas.
Criminal Justice Policy Review.
In press Sundt, J., & Boppre, B. Did Oregon’s Tough Mandatory Sentencing Law
“Measure 11” Improve Public Safety? New Evidence About an Old Debate
from a Multiple-Design, Experimental Strategy. Justice Quarterly.
2021 Boppre, B., Miethe, T. D., Troshynski, E. I., & Salisbury, E. J. Cross-
National Differences in Women’s Imprisonment Rates: Exploring the
Conditional Effects of Gender Inequality and Other Macro-Level Factors.
International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, 45, 139-157.
2021 Boppre, B., & Boyer, C. “The Traps Started during my Childhood”: The
Role of Substance Abuse in Women’s Responses to Adverse Childhood
Experiences (ACEs). Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma, 30, 429-449
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2021 Boppre, B. & Reed, S. “I’m Not a Number, I’m a Human Being:”
A Phenomenological Study of Women’s Responses to Labeling. Feminist
Criminology, 16, 191-215
2020 Belisle, L., Boppre, B., Keen, J., & Salisbury, E. J. Bringing Course Material
to Life Through Experiential Learning: Impacts on Students’ Learning and
Perceptions in a Corrections Course. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 2,
161-186.
2019 West, M. P., Boppre, B., Miller, M. K., & Barchard, K. The Effects of
Impact Statements on Jurors’ Decisions and Perceptions of the Victim and
Defendant. Applied Psychology in Criminal Justice, 15, 185-200.
2019 Boppre, B. Improving Correctional Strategies for Women at the Margins:
Recommendations for an Intersectionally-Responsive Approach.* Corrections:
Policy, Practice, and Research, 4, 195-221.
*Winner, 2016 Graduate Student Paper Award, American Society of
Criminology, Division on Women and Crime
2019 Salisbury, E. J., Sundt, J., & Boppre, B. Mapping the Implementation
Landscape: Assessing the Systematic Capacity of Statewide Community
Corrections Agencies to Deliver Evidence-Based Practices. Corrections: Policy,
Practice, and Research, 4, 19-38.
2018 Boppre, B., Sundt, J., & Salisbury, E. J. The Limitations and Strengths of the
Evidence-Based Practice Attitude Scale (EBPAS) as a Measure of
Correctional Employees’ Attitudes: A Psychometric Evaluation. International
Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 62, 3947-3964.
2018 Salisbury, E. J., Kalantry, S., Boppre, B., Brundige, E., & Martínez, S.
Expanding the Feminist Pathways Perspective Beyond the United States: A
Profile of Federal Women Prisoners in Argentina. Women & Criminal Justice,
28, 125-151.
2017 Boppre, B., & Harmon, M. G. The Unintended Consequences of Sentencing
Reforms: Using Social Chain Theory to Examine Racial Disparities in
Female Imprisonment. The Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice, 15, 394-423.
2016 Harmon, M. G., & Boppre, B. Women of Color and the War on Crime: An
Explanation for the Rise in Female Black Imprisonment. The Journal of
Ethnicity in Criminal Justice, 16, 1-24.
2014 Boppre, B., & Miller, M. K. How Victim and Execution Impact Statements
Affect Mock Jurors’ Perceptions, Emotions, and Verdicts. Victims & Offenders,
9, 413-435.
Chapters and Encyclopedia Entries (12 total)
Accepted Boppre, B. Using Experiential Learning to Humanize Course Content and
Connect with Students. In J. Neuhaus (Ed.), Picture a Professor: Intersectional
Teaching Strategies for Interrupting Bias about Faculty and Increasing Student
Learning. West Virginia University Press.
Accepted Murphy, E., & Boppre, B. COVID-19 Related Community Sentiment
Studies: Best Practices and Methodological Considerations. In M.K. Miller
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(Ed.), The Social Science of the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Call to Action for
Researchers. Oxford University Press.
2021 Boppre, B. Gendered Crime Pathways. In B. Heubner (Ed.), Oxford
Bibliographies in Criminology. New York: Oxford University Press
2021 Reed, S., & Boppre, B. “Could you Introduce me as Joker?:” An Application
of Labeling Theory to Explain the Creation of the Clown Prince of Crime. In
S. Daly (Ed.), Theories of Crime through Popular Culture. London: Palgrave
Macmillan.
2020 Boppre, B. Intersectionality in Correctional Contexts: Implications for
Women under Supervision. In C. M. Coates & M. Walker-Pickett, (Eds.),
Women and Minorities in Criminal Justice: An Intersectionality Approach.
Dubuque, IA: Kedall Hunt.
2020 Reed, S., & Boppre, B. Considering Boys and Men in the Feminist Pathways
Perspective. In L. Carter, C. Blankenship, and C. Marcum (Eds.), Punishing
Gender Past and Present: Examining the Criminal Justice System Across Gendered
Experiences. San Diego, CA: Cognella.
2019 Kelly, B., & Boppre, B. Criminal Risk Assessment, Gender-Responsive. In R.
Morgan (Ed.), The Sage Encyclopedia of Criminal Psychology. Thousand Oaks,
CA: Sage Publications.
2019 Boppre, B. Risk and Need Dimensions of Female Crime. In F.P. Bernat, K.
Frailing, L. Gelsthorpe, & S. Kethineni (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Women and
Crime. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.
2018 Boppre, B., Salisbury, E. J., & Parker, J. Pathways to Crime. In H. Pontell
and K. Holtfreter (Eds.), Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Criminology and
Criminal Justice. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
2018 Boyer, C., & Boppre, B. Correctional Officers with Military Experience. In
V.B. Worley and R.M. Worley (Eds.), Lockdown Nation: An Encyclopedia of
Controversies and Trends in American Prisons (p. 141-143). Santa Barbara, CA:
ABC-CLIO.
2018 Rorie, M., Simpson, S., & Boppre, B. Factorial Survey Research in the Study
of Environmental Regulatory Processes. In D. Van Boom, P. Desmet, and P.
Mascini (Eds.), Empirical Legal Research in Action Reflections on Methods and their
Applications (p. 137-173). UK: Edward Elgar.
2016 Salisbury, E. J., Boppre, B., & Kelly, B. Gender-Responsive Risk and Need
Assessment: Implications for the Treatment of Justice-Involved Women. In F.
Taxman (Ed.), Division on Corrections and Sentencing, Volume 1, Handbook on
Risk and Need Assessment: Theory and Practice (p. 220-243). London: Taylor and
Francis/Routledge.
Commentary (11 total)
2021 Boppre, B. “Teaching Note: Using Discord to Build Instructor and Social
Presence.” In ASC Division of Victimology Newsletter.

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2021 Boppre, B. “Teaching Note: Humanizing Courses with Web-Based Syllabi
and Sites.” In ASC Division on Women and Crime Newsletter (p. 38-40).
2021 Antunes, J. L., & Boppre, B., “A Test of Leadership: Insight from Two
Women of the Founding CrimCon Board.” Journal of Qualitative Criminal
Justice & Criminology.
2021 Boppre, B. (edited by Rivera, E.), “From Robotic Academic Lectures to
Lectures that Light Students Up- a Case Study from Dr. Breanna Boppre.”
Blog Post. Creative Research Commons.
2021 Reed, S. M., Boppre, B., O’Neal, E. N., & Antunes, J. L. “Challenging False
Standards of ‘Professionalism’ through the Humanization of our Discipline:
A Call to Action.” In ASC Division of Victimology Newsletter (p. 5-8).
2020 Antunes, J. L., Boppre, B., Wilczak, A., Payne, T. C., & McCafferty, J.
“Come One, Come All: Welcome to the Criminology Consortium.” In B.
Huebner (Ed.), The Criminologist, American Society of Criminology
Newsletter (p. 1-6).
2020 Boppre, B. “Teaching Note: Creating an Interactive and Engaging Syllabus:
The Liquid Syllabus Format.” In C. Scott-Hayward (Ed.), ASC Division on
Corrections and Sentencing Spring Newsletter (p. 6-7).
2020 Pinchevsky, G., & Boppre, B. “Engaging Students through Infographics: A
Creative Alternative to Traditional Research Assignments.” In ASC Division
of Victimology Newsletter (p. 6-8).
2020 Boppre, B. “Teaching Note: Infographics as Alternatives to Traditional
Research Assignments.” In C. Scott-Hayward (Ed.), ASC Division on
Corrections and Sentencing Spring Newsletter (p. 10-11).
2019 Boppre, B., & Hart-Johnson, A. Using Person-Centered Language to Humanize
Those Impacted by the Legal System. Dallas, TX: Prisoner’s Family Conference
Advocacy in Action Coalition.
2019 Salisbury, E. J., Sundt, J., & Boppre, B. Guest Editors’ Comments: Risk
Assessment and Judicial Decision Making. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 46,
181-184.
Policy Briefs and Op-Eds (5 total)
2020 Boppre, B., & Novisky, M. “Pandemic and Prison Policies Combine to Stress
Families of Nevada’s Incarcerated.” Nevada Current. July 12.
2020 Boppre, B., & Novisky, M. “COVID-19 doesn't have to turn prison time into
a death sentence.” The Hill. July 9.
2020 Novisky, M., & Boppre, B. “The Public Health Threat in Ohio’s Prisons is
Not Over.” Cleveland Scene. July 8.
2020 Boppre, B. “Locked Up with COVID-19: Steps to Support Incarcerated
People and Their Families during the Pandemic.” Scholars Strategy Network.
July 2.

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2016 Boppre, B., & Salisbury, E. J. The Women’s Risk Needs Assessment
(WRNA): Putting Gender at the Forefront of Actuarial Risk Assessment.
Blog. Penal Reform International.
Agency/Community Reports (6 total)
2021 Boppre, B., & Shamrova, D. Silent Voices: Preventing Youth from Breaking the
Law. Virtual Exhibit. Wichita, KS: Wichita State University.
2020 Boppre, B. Campus Safety, Victimization, and Knowledge of Resources Criminal
Justice Student Survey Responses. Wichita, KS: Wichita State University.
2019 Boppre, B., & Salisbury, E. J. Advancing Gender-Responsive Strategies in
Multnomah County: Needs and Recommendations from System-Impacted Women.
Prepared for Multnomah County Department of Community Justice.
2019 Boppre, B., Shamrova, D., & Kalb, A. Alternative Path: You Never Know How
Bright Your Future Could Be. An Exhibit Guide. Wichita, KS: Wichita State
University.
2015 Sundt, J., Salisbury, E. J., Leymon, A., & Boppre, B. Building Organizational
Capacity for Smart Probation. Results for Linn, Marion, Umatilla, and
Washington Counties (Four Reports). Prepared for Oregon Department of
Corrections and Oregon Community Corrections Directors.
2012 Keisling, P., Ingle, M., Sundt, J., Grzybowski, S., Galhouse, M., Moore, S.,
Schlingheyde (Boppre), B., Crane, D., & Lazzari, S. Phase II Assessment
Report: Detailed Analysis of OCE’s Current Operating Model with Alternative
Operating Model Scenarios for the Medium Term Future. Portland, OR: Portland
State University Center for Public Service.
RESEARCH FUNDING
External Grant Activity: $160,652 secured
2020 - 2021 Co-Principal Investigator, “Community Activation Project,” Sedgwick
County Department of Corrections, Facilitated through Wichita State
University, Schools of Psychology, Criminal Justice, and Social Work:
$86,120
2019 - 2020 Co-Investigator, “Adult and Juvenile Programs Evaluation,” Sedgwick
County Department of Corrections, Facilitated through Wichita State
University, School of Criminal Justice: $38,175
2018 - 2019 Co-Investigator, “Adult and Juvenile Programs Evaluation,” Sedgwick
County Department of Corrections, Facilitated through Wichita State
University, School of Criminal Justice: $36,357
Unfunded
2021 Principal-Investigator, “Empowering Children of Incarcerated Parents: A
National Photovoice Study,” U.S. Department of Justice Office of Juvenile
Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Requested Amount: $50,000
2020 Principal-Investigator, “COVID-19 and Families of Incarcerated People,”
Fast Grants, Requested Amount: $15,000

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2019 Co-Investigator, “Rural Jails Research and Policy Network,” Vera Institute of
Justice, Wichita State University Public Policy and Management Center,
Requested Amount: $199,924
Awards/Fellowships: $48,050 secured
2020 Principal Investigator, “The Impacts of COVID-19 on Families of
Incarcerated People: A Mixed Methods Study,” University
Research/Creative Projects Award, Wichita State University: $4,500
2020 Principal Investigator, “COVID-19 and Families of Incarcerated Persons,”
Faculty Professional Development Award, Fairmount College of Liberal Arts
and Sciences, Wichita State University: $1,500
2019 Principal Investigator, “Giving At-Risk Youth a Voice through Participatory
Action Research,” Multidisciplinary Research Project Award, Wichita State
University: $7,500
2018 President's Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, University of Nevada,
Las Vegas: $25,000
2018 Summer Doctoral Research Fellowship, University of Nevada, Las Vegas:
$7,000
2018 Research Funding Sponsorship, University of Nevada, Las Vegas: $600
2015 Grants-in-Aid Funding Award, American Psychology-Law Society: $750
2010 General Undergraduate Research Award, University of Nevada, Reno:
$1,200

PROFESSIONAL AWARDS & RECOGNITION


2019 Service-Learning Faculty Scholar, Wichita State University
2019 Tilford Diversity Fellowship, Wichita State University
2018 Outstanding Graduate, President Len Jessup, University of Nevada, Las
Vegas
2018 Outstanding Criminal Justice Graduate Student Award, Department of
Criminal Justice, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
2018 Graduate Student Merit Award, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
2017 Rebel Grad Slam Finalist, Three Minute Thesis, University of Nevada, Las
Vegas
2016 Graduate Student Paper Award, American Society of Criminology, Division
on Women and Crime
2016 1st Place Social Science Panel Presentation, Graduate & Professional Student
Association Research Forum, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
2014 1st Place Poster Symposium Presentation Award, Greenspun College of
Urban Affairs, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

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2014 Outstanding Graduate Academic Achievement Award, Division of
Criminology and Criminal Justice, Portland State University
2010 Dean’s Award for Excellence in Research, College of Liberal Arts, University
of Nevada, Reno

GRADUATE ASSISTANTSHIPS
2012 - 2018 Editorial Assistant: Criminal Justice and Behavior, University of Nevada, Las
Vegas and Portland State University, Editor: Dr. Emily Salisbury
2012 - 2014 Research Assistant: Bureau of Justice Assistance “Smart Probation” Grant,
Portland State University, PIs: Drs. Jody Sundt and Emily Salisbury
2011 - 2012 Research Assistant: Assessment of Oregon Correctional Enterprises, Portland
State University Center for Public Service, Lead Faculty: Dr. Jody Sundt

CONFERENCE ACTIVITY
Sessions Chaired (3 total)
Cancelled “Participatory Action Research in Criminological Contexts” Thematic Panel,
American Society of Criminology, Washington DC, November 18-21,
Cancelled due to COVID-19
Cancelled “Engaging Criminal Justice Students through Creative Active and Applied
Learning Techniques” Thematic Panel, American Society of Criminology,
Washington DC, November 18-21, Cancelled due to COVID-19
2019 “Consulting the True Subject Matter Experts: Program and Policy Reform
Research with Women Directly Impacted” Thematic Panel, American
Society of Criminology, San Francisco, CA, November 13-16
2019 “Implementing Experiential Learning Techniques into Corrections Courses”
Roundtable, American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, CA,
November 13-16
2018 “New Developments in the Feminist Pathways Perspective” Roundtable,
American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA, November 14-17
Papers (19 total)
Upcoming Boppre, B., & Novisky, M., “’I Feel Hopeless; There’s Literally Nothing I
Can Do to Help Him:’” Perspectives on the COVID-19 Pandemic from
Families with Incarcerated Loved Ones,” American Society of Criminology,
Chicago, IL, November 17-20
Upcoming Boppre, B., & Novisky, M., “You Never Truly Know if They’re Ok:’” The
Ongoing Impact of COVID-19” Prisoner’s Family Conference, Virtual,
October 20-23
2020 Boppre, B., & Novisky, M., “’I’m afraid he won’t make it out alive:’
Perspectives on the COVID-19 Pandemic from Families of Incarcerated
Persons,” CrimCon, Virtual, November 18-21

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2020 Boppre, B., Reed, S. & Belisle, L. “Hands-On Learning in the #MeToo Era:
A Student-Led Survey Research Project on Campus Safety and
Victimization,” CrimCon, Virtual, November 18-21
2020 Boppre, B., Shamrova, D., & Kalb, A. “Giving Youth a Voice through
Participatory Action Research: Results from a Photovoice Study with an
Alternative Education Program,” CrimCon, Virtual, November 18-21
2020 Boppre, B., & Novisky, M., “Incarceration during the COVID-19 Pandemic:
Perspectives from Families of Incarcerated Persons” Prisoner’s Family
Conference, Virtual, October 22-24
Cancelled Boppre, B., & Pinchevsky, G. “Infographics as Alternatives to Traditional
Criminal Justice Research Assignments,” American Society of Criminology,
Washington DC, November 18-21, Cancelled due to COVID-19
Cancelled Boppre, B., Shamrova, D., & Kalb, A. “Giving Youth a Voice through
Participatory Action Research: Results from a Photovoice Study with an
Alternative Education Program,” American Society of Criminology,
Washington DC, November 18-21, Cancelled due to COVID-19
Cancelled Boyer, C., & Boppre, B. “Surveilling Justice-Involved Women,” American
Society of Criminology, Washington DC, November 18-21, Cancelled due to
COVID-19
2019 Boppre, B. “Improving Gender-Responsive Correctional Programming and
Reentry Services: Recommendations Developed by Women on Community
Supervision,” American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, CA,
November 13-16
2019 Belisle, L., Boppre, B., & Parker, J. “From the Classroom to the ‘Big House:’
Bringing Course Material to Life Through Experiential Learning,” Academy
of Criminal Justice Sciences, Baltimore, MA, March 25-27
2018 Boppre, B., Salisbury, E. J., & Van Voorhis, P. “Examining Women’s Risk
Factors and Treatment Needs Across Race: A Comparative Analysis,”
American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA, November 14-17
2018 Boppre, B., Alvarez, S., Boyer, C., & Salisbury, E. J. “Moving Beyond
Traditional Sources of Trauma: A Qualitative Examination of Justice-
Involved Women’s Adverse Childhood Experiences,” Academy of Criminal
Justice Sciences, New Orleans, LA, February 13-15
2017 Boppre, B., Salisbury, E. J., & Van Voorhis, P. “The Applicability of the
Gendered Pathways Perspective to Understanding Black Women's
Experiences: A Path Analysis,” American Society of Criminology Annual
Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, November 15-18
2017 Sundt, J., Salisbury, E. J., & Boppre, B. “From Training to Transfer:
Instructional, Occupational, Individual Determinates of Implementation
Intentions,” American Society of Criminology, Philadelphia, PA, November
15-18
2017 Salisbury, E. J., Boppre, B., & Sundt, J. “Mapping the Implementation
Landscape to Assess the Systematic Capacity to Deliver Evidence-Based

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Practices,” American Society of Criminology, Philadelphia, PA, November
15-18
2017 Harmon, M. G., & Boppre, B. “Cleaning the Dirty Pool: Methodological
Considerations in Assessing the Impacts of Policies on State Imprisonment
Over Time,” American Society of Criminology, Philadelphia, PA, November
15-18
2017 Harmon, M. G., & Boppre, B. “The New Imprisonment Race: Explaining
the Rise in Imprisonment of Women of Color from 1982 to 2015,” Pacific
Sociological Association, Portland, OR, April 6-9
2016 Simpson, S., Rorie, M., & Boppre, B. “How to Analyze and Prevent
Corporate Crime? Lessons Learned from Factorial Surveys,” Conference on
How to Analyze and Prevent Corporate Crime, Heidelberg, Germany,
December 8-10
2016 Boppre, B., Miethe, T., Salisbury, E. J., & Van Voorhis, P. “Re-
conceptualizing Women’s Risk for Recidivism: A Conjunctive Analysis of the
Women’s Risk Needs Assessment (WRNA) to Identify Risk Profiles,”
American Society of Criminology, New Orleans, LA, November 16-19
2016 Harmon, M. G., & Boppre, B. “Racial Disparities in the Context of the War
on Crime: The Disproportionate Effects of Sentencing Reforms on People of
Color,” American Society of Criminology, New Orleans, LA, November 16-
19
2016 Boppre, B., & Harmon, M. G. “The Effects of ‘Fixed’ Sentencing on Racial
Disparity Among Female Prisoners,” Western Society of Criminology,
Vancouver, BC, February 4-6
2015 Boppre, B., Miethe, T., & Salisbury, E. J. “Gender Differences in Cross-
National Imprisonment Rates: A Comparative Analysis Using the Method of
Conjunctive Analysis of Case Configurations,” American Society of
Criminology, Washington DC, November 18-21
2015 Sundt, J., Salisbury, E. J., & Boppre, B. “The Effects of Role Orientation on
Parole and Probation Officers’ Attitudes toward Evidence-Based Practices,”
Society of Criminology, Washington DC, November 18-21
Roundtables (5 total)
Cancelled O’Neal, E., Boppre, B., Merken, S. Piza, E., Plunkett, F., & Socia, K.
“Thinking outside of the Box: Using Social Media as a Pathway to Improving
Teaching” Thematic Panel, American Society of Criminology, Washington
DC, November 18-21, Cancelled due to COVID-19
2019 Birzer, M., Boppre, B., Browne, G. E., & Craig-Moreland, D. “Issues in
Criminal Justice Reform,” American Society of Criminology, San Francisco,
CA, November 13-16
2019 Birzer, M., Browne, G. E., Boppre, B., & Craig-Moreland, D. “Using
Qualitative Methods in Criminal Justice Research,” American Society of
Criminology, San Francisco, CA, November 13-16

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2019 Cox, A., Lamphere, R. Adams, E., Boppre, B., & Li, C. “Being a Young
Woman in Academia,” American Society of Criminology, San Francisco,
CA, November 13-16
2018 Boppre, B., & Salisbury, E. J., “Disaggregating the Gendered Pathways
Perspective: A Mixed Methods Approach to Understanding Intersectional
Contexts of Women’s Justice-Involvement,” American Society of
Criminology, Atlanta, GA, November 14-17
2018 West, M. P., Boppre, B., Boyer, C., Huff, J., & Rorie, M. “Contemporary
Issues in Criminal Justice Research,” Western Society of Criminology, Long
Beach, CA, February 1-3
Posters (5 total)
2017 Boppre, B. “Turning Theory into Practice: Intersectional Criminology &
Correctional Strategies for Women,” Western Society of Criminology, Las
Vegas, NV, February 9-11
2016 Boppre, B., & Harmon, M. G. “Examining Racial Disparity Among Women
Offenders: The Effects of Sentencing Reforms on Black, Latina, and White
Female Imprisonment,” Western Association of Criminal Justice, Las Vegas,
NV, October 12-16
2014 Boppre, B., Sundt, J., & Salisbury, E. J. “Probation and Parole Officer
Attitudes toward Evidence-Based Practices: Application and Modification of
the Evidence-Based Practices Attitudes Scale (EBPAS),” American Society of
Criminology, San Francisco, CA, November 19-22
2014 Harmon, M. G., & Boppre, B. “Women of Color and the War on Drugs: The
Connection between Disparities in Female Imprisonment and Drug Arrests,”
American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, CA, November 19-22
2010 Boppre, B., & Miller, M. K. “The Effects of Victim and Execution Impact
Statements on Jurors’ Perceptions, Emotions, and Decisions,” American
Psychology-Law Society, Vancouver, BC, March 18-20
Workshops (6 total)
Upcoming “A Critical Analysis of How LGBTQ+ Clients Fit Within Gender-
Responsive Strategies,” with Avalos, S. Association for Justice-Involved
Females and Organizations Conference, Virtual, October 26-28

2020 “Engaging Students with Infographic Assignments,” with Pinchevsky, G.


Teach In Session, American Society of Criminology, Division on Women
and Crime, September 4
Cancelled “Building the Evidence-Base: Developing Realistic Evaluation Strategies and
Research Partnerships to Support Programs for Families Impacted by
Incarceration,” with Longoria-Navarro, L. Children of Incarcerated Parents
Conference, Litchfield Park, AZ, April 20-22, Cancelled due to COVID-19

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2019 “Accounting for Diversity and Promoting Inclusivity in Correctional
Strategies for Women,” Association for Justice-Involved Females and
Organizations Conference, Atlanta, GA, December 8-11
2019 “Person-Centered Language to Humanize People Affected by Criminal
Justice,” with Hart-Johnson, A. International Prisoner’s Family Conference
Keynote, Dallas, TX, October 13-16
2018 “Gender-Responsive Correctional Strategies,” International Prisoner’s Family
Conference, Dallas, TX, October 10-12
2018 “Accounting for Diversity in Gender-Responsive Correctional Strategies,”
FreeHer National Conference, Tulsa, OK, September 28-30
2017 “Accounting for Women’s Diversity: Adopting an Intersectional Approach
within Gender-Responsive Correctional Strategies,” with Salisbury, E. J., &
Roller, K. Association for Justice-Involved Females and Organizations, Santa
Clara, CA, December 11-13
Talks/Presentations (13 total)
2021 Invited Panelist, “Moving Forward This Fall,” Online Learning Toolkit,
Virtual, August 26
2021 Invited Speaker, “Engagement and Transformation through Action-
Orientated Scholarship,” John Jay College, CUNY, Virtual, April 21
2021 Invited Speaker, “The Impacts of COVID-19 on Relationships among
Families of Incarcerated Persons,” Center for Family & Demographic
Research (CFDR) at Bowling Green State University Symposium, Virtual,
April 15
2021 Speaker, “Victimization in Girls and Women's Pathways to System-
Involvement: The Need for Gender and Trauma Responsive Care in U.S.
Carceral Systems UN Commission on the Status of Women, Virtual, March
16
2021 Invited Speaker, “Innovative Ways to Teach in the Virtual Classroom,”
Rutgers University, Virtual, February 1
2020 Invited Panelist, “Social Inequality and COVID-19: Researching During the
Pandemic,” Wichita State University Libraries, Virtual, November 12
2020 Invited Speaker, “The Impacts of COVID-19 on Incarcerated People and
their Families,” Perspectives on the Pandemic Series, Fairmount College of
Liberal Arts and Sciences, Wichita State University, September 9
2020 “The Need for Gender-Responsive Strategies in Kansas,” Gender & Sexuality
Conference, Wichita State University, March 13
2019 “McAdams Academy Photovoice Exhibit,” with Shamrova, D., & Kalb, A.
Rhatigan Student Center, Wichita State University, May 22
2019 “Considering Intersectionality in Correctional Contexts: The Experiences of
Women at the Margins under Correctional Supervision,” Gender & Sexuality
Conference, Wichita State University, March 29

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2018 Invited Panelist, “Closing the Empathy Gap,” International Prisoner’s Family
Conference, Dallas, TX, October 10-12
2018 Moderator, “Faces of Mass Incarceration,” Radical Consciousness
Conference, Las Vegas, NV, April 13
2017 “Understanding Racial Differences in Women’s Justice-Involvement,” Grad
Rebel Showcase, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, October 13
2017 “Why Gender and Race Matter in the Study of Crime,” Inspiration,
Innovation, Impact: A Celebration of Graduate Student Research, University
of Nevada, Las Vegas, April 7
Trainings/Presentations to Agencies (8 total)
2021 “Why Gender-Responsive Approaches?” Delivered to Sedgwick County
Department of Corrections, Virtual, May 18
2021 “Photovoice Project.” Delivered to the Team Justice Community Summit,
Virtual, January 23
2020 “The Need for Gender-Responsive Assessment,” Delivered to the Kansas
Sentencing Commission, September 17
2020 “Gender-Responsive Strategies,” Delivered to Sedgwick County Crime
Prevention Providers, Wichita, KS, March 12
2019 “The Impact of a Graduated Sanctions Model on Female Probationers,” with
Browne, G. E., Melander, L., & Edwards, M. E. Delivered to the Kansas
Sentencing Commission, Topeka, KS, September 18
2019 “Gender-Responsive Strategies,” Delivered for the Center for the Application
of Substance Abuse Technologies, Reno and Las Vegas, NV, August 5 and 7
2019 “Prioritizing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI): Recommendations for
an Intersectionally-Responsive Approach,” Delivered to Women in Recovery,
Tulsa, OK, March 28-29
2018 “Evidence-Based Practices: Improving Outcomes for Justice-Involved
Youth,” Training Delivered with Craig-Moreland, D. to Sedgwick County
Crime Prevention Providers, Wichita, KS, January 8

TEACHING AND STUDENT MENTORSHIP


Sam Houston State University
Online
VCST 4390: Violence Against Women (Fall 2021)

Wichita State University: Average Student Evaluation - 4.7/5


In-person
CJ 391: Corrections (Fall 2018/2019, Spring 2019/2020)
CJ 407: Intro to Research Methods (Fall 2018/2019, Spring 2019)
CJ 581A: Women, Crime, and Criminal Justice (Spring 2020)
Online
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CJ 391: Corrections (Summer 2020/2021, Spring 2021)
CJ 581A: Women, Crime, and Criminal Justice (Spring 2020, 2021)
Hybrid
CJ 391: Corrections (Fall 2020)
CJ 407: Intro to Research Methods (Fall 2020)
Directed Study
CJ 483: Individual Directed Study (Fall 2020, Spring 2019/2020/2021)
CJ 882: Individual Directed Study in Criminal Justice (Fall 2020)
Four undergraduates and one graduate student total

University of Nevada, Las Vegas


In-person
CJ 425: The Correctional Institution (Summer 2017, Spring 2018)
Online
CJ 106: Introduction to Corrections (Summer 2019)

Graduate Student Committees


Dissertation Committee Member: Kat Meeker, Sam Houston State University, 2021-2022
Thesis Committee Member: Kate Nance, Wichita State University, 2020-2021

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
To Sam Houston State University
Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, Department of Victim Studies, 2021-2022
To Wichita State University
Graduate Coordinator, School of Criminal Justice, 2019 - 2021
Social Media Manager, School of Criminal Justice, 2018 - 2021
Three-Minute Thesis (3MT) Judge, Graduate School, 2020
Faculty Judge, Graduate Research and Scholarly Projects Symposium, 2020
Administrative Assistant Hiring Committee Member, School of Criminal Justice, 2018
To University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Grad Rebel Ambassador, 2016 - 2018
Rebel Research and Mentorship Program Mentor, 2017 - 2018
Graduate Student & Professional Association Representative, 2015 - 2016
To Profession
Student Affairs and Mentoring Committee Co-Chair, American Society of Criminology,
Division on Women and Crime, 2020 - Present
Mentoring Committee Co-Chair, American Society of Criminology, Division on
Victimology, 2021

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Teaching and Pedagogy Committee Member, American Society of Criminology, Division
on Women and Crime, 2020 - Present
Diversity and Inclusion Committee Member, American Society of Criminology, Division
on Women and Crime, 2021 - Present
Teaching and Pedagogy Committee Member, American Society of Criminology, Division
on Victimology, 2021 - Present
Criminology Consortium (CrimCon) Board Member, 2020 - 2021
Student Affairs and Mentoring Committee Member, American Society of Criminology,
Division on Women and Crime, 2016 - 2019
Advocacy in Action Coalition Member, International Prisoner’s Family Conference,
2018 - 2019
Student Representative/Counselor-At-Large, Western Society of Criminology,
2016 - 2018

Reviews
Manuscript Reviewer
Criminal Justice and Behavior, 2015 - 2021
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 2021
Justice Quarterly, 2020
Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 2020
Feminist Criminology, 2016 - 2019
Victims & Offenders, 2015
Documentary Reviewer, Bullfrog Films: Tre Maison Dasan, 2020
Treatment Manual Reviewer, Oxford University Press, 2019
Guest Editor, Criminal Justice and Behavior, 2018
Textbook Reviewer, Routledge, 2017
To Community
Wichita State CARE Team, Service-Learning Coordinator, 2021
Sedgwick County Division of Corrections, Service-Learning Coordinator, 2018 - 2020
Wichita Family Crisis Center, Service-Learning Coordinator, 2019 - 2020
Sedgwick County Child Advocacy Center, Service-Learning Coordinator, 2020
Wichita Police Department, Service-Learning Coordinator, 2018
Friends and Family of Incarcerated Persons, Volunteer, 2017 - 2018
Coffee Creek Correctional Facility, Volunteer, 2017
Oregon Department of Corrections, Volunteer, 2016
Multnomah County Department of Community Justice, Thinking for a Change
Facilitator, 2013

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INTERVIEWS/COVERAGE
2020 “Episode #6: Dr. Breanna Boppre,” The Feminist Academic Podcast, Interview
2020 “Episode 51: Teaching and Scholarship in the Pandemic,” Untenured Tracks
Podcast, Group Interview
2020 “Criminal Justice Professor Fights for Prisoners' Families,” Wichita State
University News, Interview and Research Coverage
2020 “Episode 31: Parental Incarceration,” Untenured Tracks Podcast, Interview
2020 “Overcapacity Hits Lone Women's Prison,” Kansas News Service, Research
Coverage and Interview with Co-Author
2019 “Having Both Parents Incarcerated Led to a Career in Understanding and
Helping Others,” Prison: The Hidden Sentence Podcast, Interview
2018 “Newsmakers 2018: Student Success,” UNLV News Center, Research Coverage
2018 “Visits to See Dad in Jail Led to UNLV Criminal Justice Ph.D.,” Las Vegas
Review Journal, Interview and Research Coverage
2018 “May 2018 Outstanding UNLV Graduates,” UNLV News Center, Research
Coverage
2018 “UNLV Grad Says Father's Past Influenced Her Future,” KLAS-TV Channel 8
Las Vegas, Interview and Research Coverage
2018 “Breaking the Cycle: An Imprisoned Parent Inspired this Woman’s Work for
Reform,” A Beautiful Perspective, Interview and Research Coverage
2017 “Driven to Discover,” UNLV News Center, Interview and Research Coverage
2017 “Advocating for Rehabilitation in Prisons,” UNLV News Center, Interview and
Research Coverage

EXPERT TESTIMONY
2020 “COVID-19, Incarcerated People, and Their Families,” Delivered to the
National Commission on COVID-19 and Criminal Justice.

SELECTED PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT


Teaching and Pedagogy
Online Course Redesign and Faculty Certification Program, Sam Houston State
University, 2021
TSUS Faculty Development Day for Digital Education, 2021
Transforming Hot Moments, Sam Houston State University, 2021
Humanizing Online Teaching & Learning, California Community Colleges, 2021
Inside Out Instructor Training, 2021

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Teach In Sessions on Teaching about Gender and Race, American Society of Criminology
Division on Women and Crime, 2020
Camp Operation Online Learning, Online Learning Toolkit 6-Week Course, 2020
Inclusive Teaching in the Online Classroom Webinar, The Chronicle, 2020
Academic Resources Conference, Wichita State University, 2018 - 2020
Service-Learning Training, Wichita State University, 2019
Gamification Six-Week Course, Wharton University of Pennsylvania (Online), 2019
Integrating Cultural Competence into Instruction, Assignments, & Assessments,
University of Nevada, Las Vegas, 2017
Teaching Certificate, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, 2016 - 2017
Communication and Dissemination
Blast Off to Stellar Slides, Creative Research Communications, 2020
Stellar Slides from Your Office, 2021
Women’s Risk Needs Assessment Trainer Certification, 2019
Communication Certificate, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, 2017 - 2018
Research
Using Stata Effectively, Stata Corp., 2021
Visual Methods in Criminology Pre-Conference Workshop, American Society of
Criminology, 2019
Research Certificate, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, 2015 - 2016
Qualitative Research Using In-Depth Interviews Pre-Conference Workshop, American
Society of Criminology, 2016
Mentorship
Mentee, ASC Division on Corrections and Sentencing Mentoring Program, 2020-2021
Safe Zone Foundational LGBTQ Awareness and Ally Training, 2020
Mentorship Certificate, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, 2017 - 2018
Transformative/Feminist Mentorship Workshop, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, 2017

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS
American Society of Criminology
Divisions: Women and Crime; Corrections and Sentencing; People of Color and
Crime; Critical Criminology and Social Justice; Victimology; Convict Criminology;
Queer Criminology, Rural Criminology
Western Society of Criminology, Lifetime member
Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences

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Sections: Corrections; Minorities and Women; Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship;
Restorative and Community Justice; Juvenile Justice
Western Association of Criminal Justice, Lifetime member
American Psychology-Law Society
Scholars Strategy Network
Global Prisoners' Families Research Network
Online Learning Toolkit: Community of Practice

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