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1 Curriculum Vitae HUNG-EN SUNG Department of Criminal Justice John Jay College of Criminal Justice 899 Tenth Avenue New York, NY Tel: (212) / EMPLOYMENT HISTORY 2011 Present Professor Department of Criminal Justice, John Jay College of Criminal Justice - The City University of New York (CUNY) 2007 Present Faculty Member Ph.D. Program in Criminal Justice, The Graduate Center - CUNY Associate Professor Department of Criminal Justice ( ) and Department of Law and Police Science ( ), John Jay College of Criminal Justice - CUNY Research Associate Division of Policy Research and Analysis, The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse (CASA) at Columbia University Research Director Drug Treatment Alternative to Prison (DTAP) Program, Kings County District Attorney s Office - Brooklyn, NY Research and Teaching Assistant School of Criminal Justice, State University of New York at Albany EDUCATION 2000 Ph.D. in Criminal Justice University at Albany, State University of New York 1998 Certificate in International Studies New York University 1993 M.A. in Criminal Justice University at Albany, State University of New York 1991 Licentiate in Psychology Universidad de Belgrano (Buenos Aires, Argentina) Page 1 of 20

2 HONORS AND AWARDS W.E.B Du Bois Fellowship National Institute of Justice, U.S. Department of Justice 2007, Certificate of Recognition for Outstanding Scholarly Achievements The City University of New York , Certificate of Appreciation for Guidance and Encouragement Provided to Students 2012 Office of Graduate Studies, John Jay College of Criminal Justice Faculty Scholarly Excellence Award Provost s Office, John Jay College of Criminal Justice 1996 Scholarship for the Training Course The Civilian Personnel of Peace-Keeping /Humanitarian Operations and Election Monitoring Missions Scuola Superiore di Studi Universitari e di Perfezionamento S. Anna, Pisa, Italy Books ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS Gideon, L., & Sung, H.-E. (Eds.) (2011). Rethinking corrections: Rehabilitation, reintegration, and reentry. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Stamatel, J., & Sung, H.-E. (Eds.) (2010). Crime and punishment around the world Vol. 2: The Americas. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO. Sung, H.-E. (2002). The fragmentation of policing in American cities: Toward an ecological theory of policecitizen relations. Westport, CT: Praeger. Reviewed by Randy LaGrange (2003), Urban Affairs Review, 38, ; and R. L. Garner (2003), Criminal Justice Review, 28, Refereed journal articles ( ± student co-author) Sung, H.-E., Chu, D., & Hsiao, G. Y. ± (In press). The varieties of religious experience and the retention of clients in faith-based residential drug abuse treatment. Substance Use & Misuse. Celinska, K., & Sung, H.-E. (In press). Gender differences in the determinants of prison rule violations. The Prison Journal. Chu, D., & Sung, H.-E. (In press). Causation of drug abuse and treatment strategy: A comparison of counselors perceptions between faith-based and secular drug treatment programs. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. Page 2 of 20

3 Sung, H.-E., Chu, D., Hsiao, G. Y. ± (In press). A Cox regression analysis of gender differences in treatment performance among clients in a faith-based residential drug treatment program in Taiwan. International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice. Sung, H.-E. (2012). Women in government, public corruption and liberal democracy in cross-national perspective. Crime, Law and Social Change, 58(3), Sung, H.-E., & Mellow, J. (2012). Health and justice in the 21 st century: Criminalization of disease, medicalization of justice, and beyond. Corrections Compendium, 36(3), Chu, D., & Sung, H.-E., & Hsiao, G. Y. ± (2012). Religious conversion and treatment outcomes: An examination of clients in a faith-based residential substance treatment program. Journal of Drug Issues, 42(2), Sung, H.-E. (2012). Pregnancy and drinking among women offenders under community supervision in the United States: Journal of Urban Health, 89(3), Sung, H.-E., & Chu, D. (2011). The impact of substance abuse treatment on legitimate employment and income among probationers and parolees. Substance Use & Misuse, 46(12), Sung, H.-E. (2011). From diversion to reentry: Recidivism risks among graduates of an alternative to incarceration program. Criminal Justice Policy Review, 22(2), Sun, I. Y., Chu, D., & Sung, H.-E. (2011). The mediating effects of economic deprivation on crime: A crossnational analysis. The Asian Journal of Criminology, 6(1), Sung, H.-E., Mahoney, A., & Mellow, J. (2011). Substance abuse treatment gap among parolees: Prevalence, correlates, and barriers. Criminal Justice Review, 36(1), Sung, H.-E. (2010). Nonfatal violence-related and accident-related injuries among jail inmates. The Prison Journal, 90(3), Sung, H.-E. (2010). Prevalence and risk factors of violence-related and accident-related injuries among state prisoners. Journal of Correctional Health Care, 16(3), Sung, H.-E., Mellow, J., & Mahoney, A. (2010). Co-occurring mental health and substance use problems among local jail inmates: Correlates and service needs. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 49(2), Chu, D., & Sung, H.-E. (2009). Racial differences in desistance from drug abuse: The impact of religiosity on recovery. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 53(6), Strobl, S., & Sung, H.-E. (2009). Attitudes about gender integration among Bahraini policewomen. Policing & Society, 19(4), Sung, H.-E., Chu, D., Richter, L., & Shlosberg, A. ± (2009). Treatment philosophy and service delivery in faith-based residential treatment. Families in Society. 90(4), Sung, H.-E. (2009). Transnational corruption in weapon procurement in East Asia: A case analysis. Sociological Focus, 42(3), Page 3 of 20

4 Johnson, P. B., & Sung, H.-E. (2009). Substance abuse among aging baby boomers: Health and treatment implications. Journal of Addictions Nursing, 20(3), Sung, H.-E., & Richter, L. (2007). Rational choice and environmental deterrence in the retention of mandated drug abuse treatment clients. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 51(6), Sun, I. Y., Sung, H.-E., & Chu, D. (2007). Collateral gains from the military? A cross-national analysis of the armed forces-crime relationship. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 51(5), Sung, H.-E., & Richter, L. (2006). Contextual barriers to successful re-entry of recovering felony offenders. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 31(4), Sung, H.-E. (2006). From victims to saviors? Women, power, and corruption. Current History: A Journal of Contemporary World Affairs, 105(689), Sung, H.-E., & Belenko, S. (2006). From diversion experiment to policy movement: A case study of prosecutorial innovation in the United States. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 22(3), Sung, H.-E. (2006). Police effectiveness and democracy: Shape and direction of the relationship. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, 29(2), Sung, H.-E. (2006). Democracy and criminal justice in comparative perspective: From crime control to due process. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 605(1), Horowitz, H., Sung, H.-E., & Foster, S. E. (2006). Substance abuse and the juvenile justice systems and populations in the United States. Corrections Compendium, 31(1), Reprinted in H. Wilson (ed.) (2009), Annual editions: Drugs, society, and behavior (23 rd ed.) (pp ), New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. Sung, H.-E. (2006). Structural determinants of police effectiveness in market democracies. Police Quarterly, 9(1), Sung, H.-E. (2005). Between demand and supply: Bribery in international trade. Crime, Law and Social Change, 44(1), Belenko, S., Lin, J., O Connor, L., Sung, H.-E., & Lynch, K. G. (2005). Sexual and physical victimization as predictors of HIV risk among felony drug offenders. AIDS and Behavior, 9(3), Sung, H.-E. & Belenko, S. (2005). Failure after success: Correlates of recidivism among subjects who successfully completed coerced drug abuse treatment. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 42(1), Sung, H.-E., Richter, L., Vaughn, R., Johnson, P., & Thom, B. ± (2005). Nonmedical use of prescription opioids among teenagers in the United States: Trends and correlates. Journal of Adolescent Health, 37(1), Page 4 of 20

5 Belenko, S., Foltz, C., Lang, M., & Sung, H.-E. (2004). Recidivism among high-risk drug felons: A longitudinal analysis following residential treatment. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 40(1/2), Sung, H.-E. (2004). Democracy and organized crime: Evidence from fifty-nine countries. Security Journal, 17(4), Sung, H.-E. (2004). State failure, economic failure, and predatory organized crime. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 41(2), Reprinted in A. Walsh & C. Hemmens (eds.) (2011), Introduction to criminology: A text/reader (Second edition) (pp ). Thousand Oaks: Sage; and in A. Walsh & C. Hemmens (eds.) (2008), Introduction to criminology: A text/reader (pp ). Thousand Oaks: Sage. Sung, H.-E. (2004). Democracy and political corruption: A cross-national comparison. Crime, Law and Social Change, 41(2), Sung, H.-E., Belenko, S., Feng, L., & Tabachnick, C. (2004). Predicting treatment noncompliance among criminal justice-mandated clients: A theoretical and empirical exploration. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 26(1), Sung, H.-E. & Chu, D. (2003). Does participation in the world economy reduce political corruption? An empirical inquiry. International Journal of Comparative Criminology, 3(2), Reprinted in J. Winterdyck, P. Reichel, & H. R. Dammer (eds.) (2008), A guided reader to research in comparative criminology and criminal justice (pp ). Bochum, Germany: Universitätsverlag Brockmeyer. Sung, H.-E. (2003) Fairer sex or fairer system? Gender and corruption revisited. Social Forces, 82(2), Selected and reviewed as one of the Discoveries: New and Noteworthy Social Science by the American Sociological Association. Contexts (2005), 4, 6. Sung, H.-E. (2003) Differential impact of deterrence vs. rehabilitation as drug interventions on recidivism after 36 months. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 37(3/4), Reprinted in N. J. Pallone (ed.) (2003), Treating substance abusers in correctional contexts: New understandings, new modalities (pp ). Binghamton, NY: The Haworth Press. Sung, H.-E. (2002) A convergence approach to the analysis of political corruption: A cross-national study. Crime, Law, and Social Change, 38(2), Sung, H.-E. (2001). Rehabilitating felony drug offenders through job development: A look into a prosecutor-led diversion program. Prison Journal, 81(2), Reviewed in Federal Probation, 65, 64-66, by Sam Torres (2001). Page 5 of 20

6 Reprinted in Roberts, A. R. (ed.) (2003). Critical issues in crime and justice (2 nd Ed.) (pp ). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Sung, H.-E., Belenko, S., & Feng, L. (2001) Treatment compliance and problem incidents among criminal justice clients. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 20(2), Dynia, P. & Sung, H.-E. (2000) The safety and effectiveness of diverting felony drug offenders into residential treatment as measured by recidivism. Criminal Justice Policy Review, 11(4), Sung, H.-E., Tabachnick, C., & Feng, L. (2000). Heroin injection among felons: Testing extant theories. Deviant Behavior, 21(5), Sung, H.-E. & Reed, J. (1995) Migration and crime in Europe. Social Pathology, 3(3), * Reprinted in Newman, G. R., & Freilich, J. (eds.) (2006), Crime and immigration (The International Library of Criminology, Criminal Justice and Penology) (pp ). Hampshire, UK: Ashgate. Journal Manuscripts in Progress ( ± student co-author) Chu., D, & Sung, H.-E. (In press). Professional confidence and job satisfaction: An examination of counselors perceptions in faith-based and non-faith-based residential drug treatment programs. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology (R&R). Kramer, R., Rajah, V., & Sung, H.-E. (In press). Adolescent detainees and "their" culture. Social Problems. (R&R) Sung, H.-E., Rajah, V., Kramer, R., Yu, V. S., Tomberg, K. ±, & Bellatto, R. ± How does role modeling contribute to the resilience of at-risk delinquent youths? An exploration of the mediating effects of social trust and self-efficacy. Journal of Adolescent Health. (First review) Sung, H.-E. & Chu, D. The change before the change: Prevalence and correlates of conversion to Christianity in a faith-based drug abuse treatment in Taiwan. (In progress) Delgado, S. ±, Sung, H.-E., & Peña, D. E. ± Stress and binge drinking among undocumented migrant workers. (In progress) Peña, D. E. ±, Sung, H.-E., & Delgado, S ±. Prevalence and correlates of post-traumatic stress syndrome (PTSD) in a sample of undocumented migrant workers. (In progress) Yu, S. V., Sung, H.-E., Mellow, J., & Shlosberg, A. ± Suicide attempts among parolees: Prevalence and risk factors. (In progress) Yu, S. V., Sung, H.-E., & Mellow, J. Self-perceived health improvements among prison inmates. (In progress) Book reviews Sung, H.-E. (2006). The Self, the Soul and the Psychology of Good and Evil by I. Dilman Reviews in Religion and Theology, 13(4), Page 6 of 20

7 Sung, H.-E. (2006). Judeo-Christian Perspectives on Psychology: Human Nature, Motivation, and Change by W. R. Miller and H. D. Delaney (eds) Reviews in Religion and Theology, 13(1), Sung, H.-E. (2004). Alcoholism, Drug Addiction, and the Road to Recovery: Life on the Edge by B. Stimmel Criminal Justice Review, 29(1), Sung, H.-E. (2004). Substance Abuse Treatment and the Stages of Change by G. J. Connors et. al. and Substance Abuse Treatment for Criminal Offenders by D. W. Springer et. al. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 20(1), Book chapters ( ± student co-author) Sung, H.-E., Delgado, S. ±, Peña, D. E. ±, & Paladino, A. ± (In press). Tyrannizing strangers for profit: Wage theft, cross-border migrant workers, and the politics of exclusion in an era of global economic integration. In D. Brotherton, D. Stageman, & S. Leiro (eds), Outside Justice: The Criminalization of Immigrants in Policy and Practice. New York: Springer. Sung, H.-E., Richter, L., Vaughan, R., & Foster, S. E. (2012). Substance use and addiction and American prison and jail inmates. In L. Gideon (ed.), Special needs offenders in correctional institutions (pp ). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Henninger, A. ±, & Sung, H.-E. (2012). Design and implementation of mail surveys: From reliability to response rate. In L. Gideon (ed.), The handbook of survey methodology in social sciences (pp ). New York, Springer. Sung, H.-E., & Gideon, L. (2011). Major rehabilitative approaches. In L. Gideon & H.-E. Sung (Eds.), Rethinking corrections: Rehabilitation, reintegration, and reentry (pp ). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Gideon, L., & Sung, H.-E. (2011). Conclusion: Integrative triple R theory: Rehabilitation, reentry, and reintegration. In L. Gideon & H.-E. Sung (Eds.), Rethinking corrections: Rehabilitation, reintegration, and reentry (pp ). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Stamatel, J., & Sung, H.-E. (2010). Introduction. In J. Stamatel & H.-E. Sung (eds.), Crime and punishment around the world: Vol. 2 The Americas (pp. xxix-xxxiii. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO. Belenko, S., Sung, H.-E., Swern, A., & Donhouser, C. (2008). Deferred sentencing in the war on drugs: The Drug Treatment Alternative-to-Prison program. In J. L. Worrall and M. E. Nugent (eds.), The changing role of the American prosecutor (pp ). Albany, NY: SUNY Press. Sung, H.-E. (2005). Gender and corruption: In search of better evidence. In J. Kotalik (ed.), Transparency International Global Corruption Report 2005 (pp ). London: Pluto Press. Technical reports, magazine articles, encyclopedia entries, and letters ( ± student co-author) Sung, H.-E., & Shlosberg, A. ± (In press). Diversion. Miller, J. M., Gover, A. R., Jennings, W. G., & Schreck, C. J. (Eds). The encyclopedia of theoretical criminology. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell. Page 7 of 20

8 Henninger, A. ±, & Sung, H.-E., & (In press). History of substance abuse treatment. In G. Bruinsma & D. Weisburd (Eds), Encyclopedia of criminology and criminal justice. New York: Springer. Sung, H.-E., & Shlosberg, A. ± (2011, September). Racial disparities in the sentencing of driving while intoxicated (DWI) offenders in Brooklyn, A technical report submitted to the New York Task Force, Racial Justice Improvement Project. New York: John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Sung, H.-E. (2011). Control variables. In G. Ritzer (ed.), The Concise Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology (pp ). Malden, MA: Blackwell. Sung, H.-E. (2011). Epidemiology. In G. Ritzer (ed.), The Concise Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology (p. 677). Malden, MA: Blackwell. Sung, H.-E. (2010). El Salvador. In J. Stamatel & H.-E. Sung (eds.), Crime and punishment around the world: Vol. 2 The Americas ( ). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO. Sung, H.-E. (2010). Honduras. In J. Stamatel & H.-E. Sung (eds.), Crime and punishment around the world: Vol. 2 The Americas (pp ). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO. Sung, H.-E. (2010). Chile. In J. Stamatel & H.-E. Sung (eds.), Crime and punishment around the world: Vol. 2 The Americas (pp ). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO. Dias, C. ±, & Sung, H.-E. (2010). Argentina. In J. Stamatel & H.-E. Sung (eds.), Crime and punishment around the world: Vol. 2 The Americas (pp. 9-18). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO. Castelen, M., & Sung, H.-E. (2010). Suriname. In J. Stamatel & H.-E. Sung (eds.), Crime and punishment around the world: Vol. 2 The Americas ( ). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO. Emeka, T., & Sung, H.-E. (2010). Panama. In J. Stamatel & H.-E. Sung (eds.), Crime and punishment around the world: Vol. 2 The Americas (pp ). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO. Herbert, A. ±, & Sung, H.-E. (2010). Uruguay. In J. Stamatel & H.-E. Sung (eds.), Crime and punishment around the world: Vol. 2 The Americas ( ). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO. Sung, H.-E. (2008, November 11). Taiwan s sovereignty suffers a trashing. The Financial Times, p. 10. Sung, H.-E. (2008). Gender and corruption. In A.-M. Goertz (ed.), Progress of the world s women in 2008: Who answers to women? (p. 27). New York: United Nations Development Fund for Women. Sung, H.-E. (2008, January 7). Ultimately, HK will have to choose. The Financial Times, p. 8. Sung, H.-E., & Chu, D. (2007). Assemblies of God and substance abuse: The Teen Challenge program. Staff report submitted to the Louisville Institute. New York: The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University. Sung, H.-E. (2006). Alcohol and crime. In G. Ritzer (ed.), The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology (pp ). Malden, MA: Blackwell. Page 8 of 20

9 Sung, H.-E. (2006). Control variables. In G. Ritzer (ed.), The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology (pp ). Malden, MA: Blackwell. Sung, H.-E. (2006). Epidemiology. In G. Ritzer (ed.), The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology (pp ). Malden, MA: Blackwell. Sung, H.-E. (2005). Political corruption. In P. Gerstenfeld (ed.), Criminal justice (a 3-volume reference set) (pp ). Hackensack, NJ: Salem Press. Sung, H.-E. (2005, June). Barriers and facilitators to successful rehabilitation of criminal offenders: Toward a multilevel understanding. Report submitted to the American Sociological Association, Washington, DC. Sung, H.-E. (2005, March 30). Economic growth alone is not enough. The Financial Times, p. 12. Sung, H.-E. (2004, August 24). Opium output will grow while fear and violence reign. The Financial Times, p. 12. Sung, H.-E. (2004, May 13). Degrading acts cannot be accepted as the way to fight terror. The Financial Times, p.14. Belenko, S., Sung, H.-E., Young, D., Porter, R., Zarkin, G., & Swern, A. (2003, September). Impact evaluation of the DTAP diversion program: Final report (NIDA Grant R01-DA-09075). New York: The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University. Sung, H.-E. (2000) Employment and recidivism reduction: A Brooklyn tale. Alternatives to Incarceration, 6, Swern, A., H.-E. Sung, C. Tabachnick, & L. Feng. (1999) Drug Treatment Alternative-to-Prison: Ninth annual report. Brooklyn, NY: KCDA. Swern, A., H.-E. Sung, C. Tabachnick. (1998) Drug Treatment Alternative-to-Prison: Eighth annual report. Brooklyn, NY: KCDA. Was the lead data analyst for or author of the following CASA Policy White Papers or books: CASA. (2010). Behind bars II: Substance abuse and prison inmates and parolees in America. NY: CASA. CASA. (2006). Women under the influence. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press. CASA. (2005). Under the counter: Diversion and abuse of prescription drugs in the U.S. NY: CASA. CASA. (2004). Criminal neglect: Substance abuse and America s juvenile justice population. NY: CASA. CASA. (2003). Crossing the bridge: An evaluation of the Drug Treatment Alternative to Prison program. NY: CASA. Invited talks and presentations ( ± student co-author) Sung, H.-E. (2013). Advances in research on empathy and self-control and their implications for delinquency prevention. Invited talk at the Graduate School of Criminology at the National Taipei University, January 5, Taipei, Taiwan. Sung, H.-E., Delgado, S. ±, & Pena, D. ± (2012). Crime and justice among outlaws : Victimizing and policing undocumented migrant workers. Invited paper presented at the W.E.B. Du Bois Fellows and the Page 9 of 20

10 American Immigrant panel of the 2012 National Institute of Justice Conference, June 18-20, Washington, DC. Sung, H.-E. (2012). Why college? Pursuing dreams from reality. Invited talk to senior and junior high school students at Newtown High School, January 5, Queens, NY. Sung, H.-E. (2011). The marriage equality movement and the Christians community in the United States. Invited paper presented at the symposium Legislating Gender Equality and the Christian Religion: A Cross-national Perspective organized by Tung-Hai University, December 5, Taichung, Taiwan. Sung, H.-E. (2011). Video-recording of police interrogations in the United States. Invited paper presented at the symposium on innovations in American policing organized by the People s University of Public Security, November 28-30, Beijing, People s Republic of China. Sung, H.-E. (2011). Crime and justice among out-laws : Crime victimization and police mistreatment of undocumented migrant workers. Invited paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, November 17, Washington, DC. Sung, H.-E. (2010). The challenge of intimate partner violence facing Chinese American churches: Issues and options. Invited presentation delivered at the Conference on Christian Concern for Abused Women and Children sponsored by Garden of Hope, May 22, New York City. Sung, H.-E. (2009). What works and what does not work in the rehabilitation of drug-abusing offenders: A summary of empirical evidence from the United States. Invited presentation at the Sino-US Symposium on Drug Control Policies organized by Davis Wright Tremaine, LLP, April 27, New York, NY. Sung, H.-E. (2008). Identity between two cultures. Invited presentation at the 2008 annual consultation of the Council for Pacific and Asian American Ministries, Reformed Church in America, May 2, Flushing, NY. Sung, H.-E. (2005). The illicit distribution of controlled prescription drugs on the Internet: Extent of the problem and its challenges to law enforcement. Invited paper presented at the International Forensic Science Symposium, Ministry of Justice, November 8, 2005, Taipei-Taiwan. Sung, H.-E. (2005). Invited participation in the symposium Abuse-resistant opioid formulations at Tufts University School of Medicine, October 27-28, Boston. Sung, H.-E. (2005). Lessons from national drug policy research for global drug control. Invited presentation delivered at the United Nations panel discussion 'Implications for global drug prevention and treatment: Assessments, training and capacity building,' September 26, New York, UN Headquarters. Conference presentations ( ± student co-author) Frazier, B. D., Sung, H.-E., Gideon, L., & Alfaro, K. ± (2012). The impact of prison deinstitutionalization on community treatment services. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Society of Criminology, November 15, Chicago, IL. Page 10 of 20

11 Delgado, S. A. ±, Sung, H.-E., Peña, D. E. ±, & Paladino, A. ± (2012). Encounters between police officers and undocumented migrant workers: A descriptive analysis. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Society of Criminology, November 15, Chicago, IL. Sung, H.-E. (2012). When immigration control becomes a criminal justice and public health risk: victimization and mental health among undocumented migrant workers. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, November 14, Chicago, IL. Rajah, V., Kramer, R., & Sung, H.-E. (2012). Economic prospects, cultural scripts, and reentry among violent juvenile offenders. Paper presented John Jay College's Tenth Biennial International Conference: Global Perspectives on Justice, Security and Human Rights, June 6-9, New York. Delgado, S. A. ±, Sung, H.-E., & Peña, D. ± (2012). Prevalence and Correlates of binge drinking among undocumented migrant workers. Poster presented at the XULA-COP Fifth Health Disparities Conference at the Xavier University of Louisiana, March 6-8, New Orleans, LA. Pena, D. ±, Sung, H.-E., & Delgado, S. ± (2012). The pressures and correlates of PTSD in undocumented Latino migrant workers. Poster to be presented at the XULA-COP Fifth Health Disparities Conference at the Xavier University of Louisiana, March 6-8, New Orleans, LA. Sung, H.-E. (2012). The public safety consequences of outlawing migrant workers in urban and suburban communities. Paper presented at the conference Issues of Immigration in Criminal Justice at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, March 22, New York. Sung, H.-E. (2011). Wage theft against undocumented migrant workers: Prevalence and correlates. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, November 18, Washington, DC. Sung, H.-E. (2011). The Forsaken Out-laws : Crime and Justice among Undocumented Migrant Workers in Palisades Park, New Jersey. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, November 17, Washington, DC. Celinska, K., & Sung, H.-E. (2011). Drug markets and users, legal and illegal. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, November 16, Washington, DC. Chu, D., & Sung, H.-E. (2011). A comparison of counselors perceptions on substance abuse and its treatment between religion-based and secular treatment programs. Paper to be presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, March 1-5, Toronto, Canada. Sung, H.-E. (2010). Violence, fear, and undocumented migrant workers in an American town. Paper to be presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, November 17-20, San Francisco. Sung, H.-E. (2010). A study on crime victimization and police mistreatment of undocumented migrant workers in the United States. Paper to be presented at John Jay s Biennial International Conference: Societies in Transition: Balancing Security, Social Justice and Tradition, June 2-5, Marrakesh, Morocco. Sung, H.-E., Strobl, S., & Kang, J.-H. ± (2009). Explaining Women in Police Forces: A Cross-National Comparison. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, November 7, Philadelphia, PA. Page 11 of 20

12 Sung, H.-E., & Kang, J.-H. ± (2009). Predicting judicial independence: A cross-national exploration. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, November 5, Philadelphia, PA. Chu, D., Sung, H.-E., & Hsiao, G. Y. ± (2009). Effectiveness of treatment outcome: A comparison of religionbased and prison-based treatment programs in Taiwan. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, November 4, Philadelphia, PA. Sung, H.-E., Strobl, S., & Kang, J.-H. ± (2009). Prevalence and correlates of national levels of perceived police effectiveness. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, March 11, Boston, MA. Celinska, K., & Sung, H.-E. (2009). Gender differences in the determinants of prison rule violations. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, March 14, Boston, MA. Sung, H.-E., Chu, D., & Hsiao, G. ± (2009). Religious conversion and treatment retention in a faith-based residential recovery program in Taiwan. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, March 13, Boston, MA. Sung, H.-E., & Mahoney, A. (2008). Community-based treatment of criminal offenders with co-occurring mental illness and substance abuse: A preliminary impact study. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, November 13, St. Louis, MO. Sung, H.-E. (2008). Whom does power corrupt? A further inquiry into gender and political corruption. Paper presented at John Jay 8 th International Conference: Justice and Policing in Diverse Societies, June 11, San Juan, Puerto Rico. Chu, D., H.-E. Sung, & H. Wenglinsky. (2008). Academicians and practitioners on the subject of religion and substance abuse treatment: A dialogue. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, March 11, Cincinnati, OH. Strobl, S., & H.-E. Sung. (2008). Attitudes about gender integration among Bahraini policewomen in gender-segregated units. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, March 13, Cincinnati, OH. Sung, H.-E. (2007). Theory and practice of the measurement of court performance in the United States. Invited paper presented at the Latin American Symposium on the Measurement of Criminal Justice Performance, April 25, Bogotá, Colombia. Sung, H.-E., & D. Chu. (2007). Religious faith and the delivery of drug abuse treatment services. Paper presented at the annual meeting at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, March 14, Seattle, WA. Sung, H.-E., & D. Chu. (2006). The impact of substance abuse treatment on legal employment and income among probationers and parolees. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, November 2, Los Angeles, CA. Chu, D., & H.-E. Sung. (2006). Racial differences in desistance from drug abuse: The impact of religiosity on recovery. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, November 1, Los Angeles, CA. Page 12 of 20

13 Sung, H.-E., & D. Chu. (2006). A comparison of treatment philosophies between faith-based and secular drug abuse treatment programs. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Science, March 1, Baltimore, MD. Chu, D., I. Sun, H.-E. Sung. (2005). A Comparison of job-related attitudes of Chinese and American female police officers. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, November 16, Toronto, Canada. Sung, H.-E., S. Belenko, L. O Connors. (2005). Delivering HIV services to high-risk offenders: Perspectives of criminal justice and health services staff. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, November 18, Toronto, Canada. Belenko, S., Shedlin, M., & H.-E. Sung. (2005). Reentry planning for inmates at risk for HIV: Organizational and policy barriers. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, November 18, Toronto, Canada. Sung, H.-E., & D. Chu. (2005) Charismatic Evangelicals war on drugs: A case study of the Assemblies of God. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, November 18, Toronto, Canada. Sung, H.-E. (2005). Democratization and the changing orientation of the criminal justice system: Always a progression from crime control to due process? Paper presented at the 14 th World Congress of Criminology, August 8, 2005, Philadelphia, PA. Belenko, S., H.-E. Sung, & A Swern. (2005). Conducting experimental research in prosecutorial settings: Lessons from the DTAP evaluation. Paper presented at the 14 th World Congress of Criminology, August 11, 2005, Philadelphia, PA. Belenko, S., H.-E. Sung, & L. Feng. (2005). Employment stability and income after graduation from long term residential treatment: Effects on relapse and recidivism. Paper to be presented at the Employment and Drug Abuse Conference, The Center on Drug and Alcohol Research, University of Kentucky, April 27-28, Louisville, KY. Sung, H.-E., I. Y. Sun, & D. Chu. (2004) A comparison of job-related attitudes of Chinese female and male police officers. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, November 20, Nashville, TN. Sung, H.-E., & D. Chu. (2003). Collateral gains from the military? A cross-national analysis of the armed forces-crime relationship. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, November 19, Denver, CO. Chu, D., & H.-E. Sung. (2003). Unemployment, income inequality, and crime: A cross national analysis. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, November 20, Denver, CO. Sung, H.-E., & P. Johnson. (2003). The rise of a new drug abuse epidemic? Trends in medical use and abuse of opioid analgesics revisited. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association, November 18, San Francisco. Page 13 of 20

14 Belenko, S., J. Lin, L. O Connor, & H.-E. Sung. (2003). Sexual and physical victimization as predictors of HIV risk behaviors among felony drug offenders. Presented at the annual meeting of the College on Problems of Drug Dependence, June 16, Bal Harbor, FL. Sung, H.-E., S. Belenko, & L. Feng. (2002). Assessing two modes of legal pressure in coerced treatment: Deferred-prosecution vs. deferred-sentencing. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, November 16, Chicago. Sung, H.-E.. & S. Belenko. (2002). Failure after success: Why do some mandated clients recidivate after treatment completion? Presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, November 13, Chicago. Belenko, S., J. Lin, & H.-E. Sung. (2002). The impact of residential treatment on long-term recidivism of felony drug offenders. Presented at the annual meeting of the College on Problems of Drug Dependence, June 10, Quebec City, Canada. H.-E. Sung & S. Belenko. (2001). Predicting treatment noncompliance among criminal justice clients: A theoretical and empirical exploration. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, November 8, Atlanta, GA. Dynia, P. & H.-E. Sung. (2001). Coerced treatment: The DTAP model and its impact. Presented at the Third Annual Conference on Substance Abuse Treatment and the Justice System, co-sponsored by New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services and the Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, June 19, Albany, NY. RESEARCH GRANT ACTIVITIES Summary of funded research (as PI or Co-PI) External $2,296,656 Internal $120,753 Total $2,450,409 External Principal Investigator, New York City Criminal Justice Coordinator s Office / Kings County District Attorney s Office. Best Practices in the Prosecution of Offenders with Special Needs ($20,384) Principal Investigator, W.E.B. Du Bois Fellowship Program, National Institute of Justice. Crime and Justice among Undocumented Immigrant Women in Palisades Park, New Jersey 2010-IJ-CX-0005 supplemental funding ($12,060) 2011 Research Analyst (PI: Linda R. Wancel, Esq.), American Bar Association, Racial Justice Improvement Project - Racial Disparities in the Processing of DWI Cases in Brooklyn, 2009 ($11,500, apportioned to the research team led by Sung) Page 14 of 20

15 Co-Principal Investigator (PI: Jeremy Travis; Co-PI: Jeff Mellow), National Center on Minority Health and Health Disparities, National Institutes of Health Institutional Development for Correctional Health and Healthcare Research 1 P20 MD ($1,208,517) Principal Investigator, W.E.B. Du Bois Fellowship Program, National Institute of Justice. The Forsaken Out-laws : Crime and Justice among Undocumented Migrant Workers in Palisades Park, New Jersey 2010-IJ-CX-0005 ($99,843) Co-Principal Investigator (Co-PI: V. Rajah), New York City Department of Corrections. Evaluation of the Institute for Inner Development at the Rikers Island ($682,464) Principal Investigator, Kings County District Attorney s Office. Evidence-Based Prosecutorial Initiatives in Brooklyn II /04 ($111,968) Principal Investigator, Kings County District Attorney s Office. Evidence-Based Prosecutorial Initiatives in Brooklyn I /02 ($143,050) Principal Investigator, The Louisville Institute. Charismatic Evangelicals War on Drugs: The Case of the Assemblies of God Grant No ($44,970) Principal Investigator, Fund for the Advancement of the Discipline, American Sociological Association/NSF. Barriers and Facilitators to Successful Rehabilitation of Criminal Offenders: Toward a Multi-Level Understanding ($6,400) Data Analyst (PI, Susan Foster), Purdue Pharma LP. Diversion and Abuse of Prescription Drugs ($1,000,000) Research Analyst (PI, Steven Belenko), National Institute on Drug Abuse. HIV Service Needs and Access in High Risk Criminal Justice Population R01-DA ($376,335) Co-Investigator (PI, Steven Belenko), National Institute on Drug Abuse. Impact and Cost- Effectiveness of Treatment Diversion for Serious Drug Offenders: An Evaluation of DTAP R01-DA (circa $1,300,000) Internal Principal Investigator, PSC-CUNY Research Award, Professional Staff Congress. Gendered Journey, Sexed Violence: Physical and Sexual Abuse of Undocumented Migrant Women ENHC ($11,816) Principal Investigator, Mid-Career Research Award, John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Veterans from the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars in Criminal Justice System ($7,000) Co-Principal Investigator (PI: Anru Lee, Ph.D.), Collaborative Research Award, John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Violence as Coercive Control in Transnational Labor Migration: A Pilot Study ($8,000) Page 15 of 20

16 Principal Investigator, John Jay College of Criminal Justice Office of Research Advancement. Scholarly Excellence Reward ($31,500) Principal Investigator, PSC-CUNY Research Award, Professional Staff Congress. A Study on the Extreme Legal Marginalization of Undocumented Immigrants PSCREG ($2,655) Principal Investigator, Research Assistance Award, John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Victimization Experiences of Undocumented Day Laborers in New Jersey CUNY RF ($2,000) Principal Investigator, Research Assistance Award, John Jay College of Criminal Justice. A Cross-National Panel Analysis of Judicial Independence and Their Structural Determinants, ($1,000) Principal Investigator, PSC-CUNY Research Award, Professional Staff Congress. Religious Conversion and Treatment Retention in a Faith-Based Substance Abuse Treatment Program in Taiwan PSCREG ($5,460) Principal Investigator, Special Research Support, John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Needs and Service Utilization among Battered Chinese Immigrant Women in New York City, ($2,000) Principal Investigator, Research Assistance Award, John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Social Control and Substance Abuse among Elderly Americans ($1,000) Principal Investigator, PSC-CUNY Research Award, Professional Staff Congress. Whom Does Power Corrupt? A Further Inquiry into Gender and Political Corruption PSCREG ($4,022) Principal Investigator, Collaborative Incentive Research Grant, CUNY. Community- Based Treatment of Criminal Offenders with Co-Occurring Mental Illness and Substance Abuse: A Preliminary Impact Study ($39,600) Principal Investigator, Research Assistance Award, John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Cultural Determinants of State Prison Spending ($1,000) Principal Investigator, PSC-CUNY Research Award, Professional Staff Congress. Two Models of Coerced Treatment: A Long-Term Evaluation of Intended and Unintended Effects PSCOOC ($3,700) PRO BONO INSTITUTIONAL GRANT WRITING Summary of successful pro bono grant writing Federal $75,000 State $30,000 Private $10,000 Total $115,000 Page 16 of 20

17 Garden of Hope, Inc. Queens, New York; Verizon Foundation (Project Director: Kristen Liu). Project Renewal: Support groups and educational workshops for domestic violence survivors among Chinese immigrant women in NYC ($5,000) Garden of Hope, Inc. Queens, New York; Asian American Federation of New York (PD: Kristen Liu). Evidence-Based 5-Year Strategic Planning ($5,000) Garden of Hope, Inc. Queens, New York; Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice (PD: Kristen Liu). Enhancing Domestic Violence Awareness and Outreach for Victims among Chinese immigrants in New York City 2009-VF-GX-K017 ($75,000) Garden of Hope, Inc. Queens, New York; Division of Community Services, NYS Department of State (PD: Kristen Liu). Childhood Development and At-Risk Youth: Services for Children of Immigrant DV Victims ($30,000) CONTINUING EDUCATION 2012 Coursework, Epidemiological Analysis Using SAS, Longitudinal Data Analysis, and Introduction to Multi-Level Modeling, Epidemiology and Population Health Summer Institute at Columbia University 2011 Certificate, Epidemiology & Biostatistics, Columbia University (10 graduate credits) 1990 Coursework, Koine Greek, Instituto Bíblico de Buenos Aires (4 semesters) CONSULTING OR OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES Research Consultant Drug Abuse, Prison Inmates, and Faith-Based Treatment. The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University 2006 Research Consultant Diversion and Community-Based Treatment of Felons. The Kings County District Attorney s Office, Brooklyn, NY Research Consultant Alternative-to-Incarceration Programs in New York City. Vera Institute of Justice, New York City. COURSES TAUGHT AND/OR CREATED John Jay College CJBA 410/411 Senior Thesis I and II CJBA 380 Seminar on Special Topics in Criminal Justice CJBA 365 Change and Innovation in Criminal Justice COR 415 Senior Colloquium on Major Works in Corrections CRJ 882 Applied Biostatistics in Criminological & Criminal Justice Research CRJ 848 Public Health Challenges in Criminal Justice CRJ 793 Comprehensive Review CRJ 730 / PAD 730 Policy Analysis in Criminal Justice CRJ 715 Research Design and Methods CRJ 716 Using Computers in Social Research CRJ 425 Senior Colloquium on Major Works in Criminal Justice ICJ 702 Comparative Criminal Justice Systems Page 17 of 20

18 Columbia University SUNY Albany Study Abroad Program, Beijing Normal University, People s Republic of China Field Education Policy Practice (School of Social Work) RCRJ 212 Nature of Crime and Its Control (School of Criminal Justice) Underway Underway SUPERVISION OF PH.D. DISSERTATIONS AND M.A. THESES LaNina N. Cooke, M.A. Current Position: Deputy Executive Director, Community and Law Enforcement Resources Together (ComALERT), Kings County District Attorney s Office. Ph.D. Dissertation: Using Liquor Stores, Public Housing, and Religious Establishments to Predict Juvenile Justice System Behavior (prospectus defended) Cassandra Ramdath, M.A. Current Position: Full-time student. Ph.D. Dissertation: Psychiatric Risks Associated with a History of Homelessness among State Prison Inmates (prospectus in progress) 2012 Katie Spoerer, M.A. Current Position: Congressional Staffer (Sen. Kristen R. Gillibrand), US Senate. M.A. Thesis: Moral Panic and the Perception of Criminal Responsibility among College Students (completed) UNIVERSITY / DEPARTMENT SERVICES 2012 Present Deputy Chair: Dept. of Criminal Justice, John Jay College of Criminal Justice 2012 Present Major Coordinator of the Criminal Justice BA Program, JJCCJ Task Force on Immigration and Deportation, JJCCJ Search Committee: High-level searches and hires, Office of the Provost, JJCCJ Personnel and Budget Committee: Department of Criminal Justice, JJCCJ Membership Committee: Ph.D. Program in Criminal Justice, CUNY Curriculum Committee: Department of Criminal Justice, JJCCJ Undergraduate Curriculum and Academic Standards Committee: Office of Undergraduate Studies, JJCCJ Conference Planning Committee: The John Jay International Conference on Crime and Justice, June 2-5, Marrakesh, Morocco, JJCCJ , 2012 Search Committee: Department of Criminal Justice, JJCCJ Curriculum Committee: Department of Law and Police Science, JJCCJ Curriculum Committee: Ph.D. Program in Criminal Justice, GC, CUNY Library Committee: Department of Law and Police Science, JJCCJ Grade Appeals Committee: Department of Law and Police Science, JJCCJ Institutional Review Board: The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University. PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS 1994 Present American Society of Criminology 1994 Present Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences American Public Health Association American Sociological Association The Academy of Political Science American Academy of Political and Social Science International Society of Criminology Page 18 of 20

19 Ad Hoc Ad Hoc PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Journal Manuscript Reviewer: American Sociological Review, Asian Journal of Criminology, Crime and Criminal Justice International (Taiwan), Crime and Delinquency, Crime, Law and Social Change, Criminal Justice and Behavior, Criminal Justice Review, Criminology & Criminal Justice, Harm Reduction Journal, Journal of Adolescent Health, Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, Journal of Urban Health, Justice Quarterly, International Journal of Prisoners Health, Psychology of Violence, Social Forces Grant Application Reviewer: National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Justice, National Science Foundation, The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 2012 Present Member of the Editorial Board: Health & Justice (SpringerOpen) Expert Evaluator (two consecutive years): Academic Reputation Survey (Area: Criminology & Penology) World Reputation Survey, Thompson Reuters IRB Reviewer: Institutional Review Board, The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse (CASA) at Columbia University 2010 Sub-Committee Chair: Sub-committee on Drugs, Substance Abuse, and Crime, Planning Committee, annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Science, February 23-27, Philadelphia, PA Sub-Committee Chair: Sub-committee on Evaluation Research, Planning Committee, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, November 4-7, Philadelphia, PA Session Chair: Culture and Drugs, Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Mar 14, Seattle, WA Session Moderator: Forensic Science and Human Rights Protection, 2005 International Forensic Science Symposium, November 8, Taipei, Taiwan Panel Chair: Treating Drug Offenders in Prisons: International Perspectives. Fourteenth World Congress of Criminology, August 11, Philadelphia, PA Session Chair: Drug Treatment: Successes and Failures, Annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, November 13, Chicago, IL. COMMUNITY SERVICES 2001 Present Adult Sunday School Teacher: The Reformed Dutch Church of Newtown, NY Advisor: Advisory Committee, Garden of Hope, Queens, NY Director: Board of Directors, Grace Spring Music Ministries, Queens, NY Deacon: Consistory, The Reformed Dutch Church of Newtown, Queens, NY 2001 Council Member: Immigrant Community Council, Kings County DA s Office, NY Deacon: Deacon Board, Chinese Christian Church of Greater Albany, Albany, NY Youth Counselor: Junior Teens Fellowship, Chinese Christian Church of Buenos Aires, Argentina NON-ENGLISH LANGUAGE SKILLS Mandarin Chinese Fluent Page 19 of 20

20 Spanish Fluent MEDIA INTERVIEWS 2012 The World Journal (newspaper, New York). By Jeff Han. 性犯罪登記讓社區安心?(Can Sex Offender Registry Bring Peace to the Community?) May Reuters Health (news agency, New York). By Genevra Pittman. Blacks survive longer in prison than out: Study. July The World Journal (newspaper, New York). By Jeff Han. 華裔女生 : 為何留學變流血? (Chinese Female Students: Why Did Their Overseas Learning Become a Murderous Trap?) June O Globo (newspaper, Brazil). By Marília Martins. Pesquisador Fala sobre o Treinamento da Polícia de Nova York (Researcher Speaks about Police Training in New York). July The World Journal (newspaper, New York). By Jeff Han. 美國夢并非都美 : 生理社會等因素致華人吸毒增多. (Not All American Dreams Are Beautiful: Drug Abuse among Chinese Americans). October AARP Spanish service (TV broadcasting, USA). Abuso de Medicamentos Recetados entre Ancianos. (Abuse of Prescription Drugs among Senior Citizens). March 6. Page 20 of 20