Professor Shawn Bushway


Shawn D. Bushway, Ph.D. 
Professor (CV)
School of Criminal Justice, Public Administration and Policy, University at Albany

Professor Bushway teaches courses on economics and crime and research design. He has a Ph.D.in Public Policy Analysis and Political Economy from Carnegie Mellon University. He has authored papers on the process of desistance, the impact of a criminal history on a variety of life outcomes, and the distribution of discretion in the criminal courts. Current projects include a test of bargaining in the shadow of the trial and a test of the true impact of voluntary guidelines on judicial decision making. 

 Christopher Kelly


Christopher Kelly, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor (CV)
Sociology and Criminal Justice, Saint Joseph's University

Professor Kelly received his PhD in Criminal Justice at Temple University. He completed a postdoctoral fellowship in the MoDiLS Laboratory from 2010 to 2013. His research interests include interrogation and investigative interviewing, juror decision-making, death penalty, corrections and correctional interventions, substance abuse treatment, and group effects/multilevel modeling. He is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice at Saint Joseph's University.