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EMPLOYMENT 20172017- 2012-2017 20092009 (summer) 2001-2009 2005-2006 2000 1996-2001 1996 1994-1996 Chair, Department of Sociology, University of California, Davis. Adjunct Fellow, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco and Sacramento. Research Fellow, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco and Sacramento. Professor of Sociology, University of California, Davis. Visiting Professor. Underwood International College, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea. Associate Professor of Sociology, University of California, Davis. Assistant Secretary (A), Office of Research, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. Faculty Fellow, University of California Washington Center. Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of California, Davis. Appointed Faculty, Women’s and Gender Studies Center, Louisiana State University. Assistant Professor of Sociology, Louisiana State University. AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION Law Deviance Organizations Methods Criminology Public Policy AWARDS • Chair-elect, Chair, and Past-Chair. 2012-15. American Sociological Association, Sociology of Law Section. • Social Sciences Dean’s Innovation Award. 2012. College of Letters and Sciences, Division of Social Sciences. University of California, Davis. Ryken Grattet--2 • Distinguished Scholarly Public Service Award. 2010. University of California, Davis. • Distinguished Article Award. 2007. American Sociological Association, Sociology of Law Section. • Distinguished Practice Award. 2006. Pacific Sociological Association. • Award for Outstanding Scholarship. 2002. Society for the Study of Social Problems, Crime and Delinquency Section. • Finalist, Aaron Wildavsky Book Award for Best Policy Book. 2002. Policy Studies Organization. • Article Prize. 2001. Law and Society Association. • Honorable Mention, Article Prize. 2001. American Sociological Association, Sociology of Law Section. • Donald Cressey Memorial Dissertation Prize. 1997. Department of Sociology, University of California, Santa Barbara. GRANTS & CONTRACTS • Bird, Mia and Ryken Grattet. 2014-2017. “Evaluating the Effects of Realignment Practices on Recidivism Outcomes.” National Institute of Justice. $495,000. • Lofstrom, Magnus, Ryken Grattet, and Steve Raphael. 2012-2014. “Lessons From California’s Public Safety Realignment.” Smith Richardson Foundation, $400,000 • Grattet, Ryken, Debbie Niemeier, Thomas Beamish. 2012-13. “Climate Change Governance: Law, Risk Management, and Decision Making.” National Science Foundation, Law and Social Science Program. $50,000. • Grattet, Ryken. 2010-2011. Interagency Contract. “Expert Panel on the CDCR Inmate Classification System.” California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. $10,000. • Williams, Monica and Ryken Grattet. 2011-13. Doctoral Dissertation Grant . “No Good Place: Community Responses to Violent Sex Offenders.” National Science Foundation, Law and Social Sciences Program. $10,250. • Grattet, Ryken and Valerie Jenness. 2009. Contract. “CDCR Inmates with Serious Mental Health Conditions: Behavior, Treatment, and Management.” Receiver, California Prison Health Care Services. $51,000. • Grattet, Ryken and Joan Petersilia, 2005. “The Causes and Consequences of Parole Violations in California: A Multi-level and Policy-Focused Analysis.” National Institute of Justice. $284,000. • Grattet, Ryken. 2005. Subcontract. “Responding to the Prison Rape Elimination Act: A Study of Violence in California Correctional Facilities.” California Department of Corrections. $16,000. 2 Ryken Grattet--3 • Grattet, Ryken. 2005. Interagency Contract. Agreement between the University of California, Davis and the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation for my services as acting Assistant Secretary, Office of Research. $148,000. • Jenness, Valerie and Ryken Grattet. 2001. “From Policy Innovation to Application: Hate Crime Policing in California.” California Policy Research Center. $35,000. • Grattet, Ryken. 2000. Undergraduate Instructional Improvement Program, “Teaching Applied Social Research Using the Web.” Teaching Resources Center, University of California, Davis. • Grattet, Ryken. 2000. Junior Faculty Research Grant, “From Policy Innovation to Application: Hate Crime Policing in California.” Institute of Governmental Affairs, University of California, Davis. • Grattet, Ryken. 1997. Undergraduate Instructional Improvement Program, “Deviance and Difference: Rethinking Deviance.” Teaching Resources Center, University of California, Davis. PUBLICATIONS Book: • Jenness, Valerie and Ryken Grattet. 2001. Making Hate a Crime: From Social Movement to Law Enforcement. The American Sociological Association’s Rose Series. Russell Sage Foundation Press. - Paperback edition with a new foreward published in 2004. - Award for Outstanding Scholarship. 2002. Society for the Study of Social Problems, Crime and Delinquency Section. - Finalist. 2002. Aaron Wildavsky Book Award for Best Policy Book in 2000-2001, Policy Studies Organization. Professional Articles: • Beamish, Thomas, Ryken Grattet, and Debbie Niemeier. forthcoming. “Climate Change and Legitimate Governance: Land Use and Transportation Law and Policy in California.” Brooklyn Law Review. • Bird, Mia and Ryken Grattet. 2016. “Recidivism and Realignment.” The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 664 (March): 176-195 [DOI: 10.1177/0002716215603319] • Bird, Mia and Ryken Grattet. 2015. “Policy Change and Recidivism: The Effects of California’s Realignment and Local Implementation Strategies on Rearrest and Reconviction.” Criminal Justice Policy Review [DOI: 10.1177/0887403415604900] 3 Ryken Grattet--4 • Niemeier, Debbie, Ryken Grattet, and Thomas Beamish. 2015. ““Blueprinting” and Climate Change: Regional Governance and Civic Participation in Land Use and Transportation Planning.” Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 33: 1600-17. • Grattet, Ryken and Jeffrey Lin. 2014. ““Supervision Intensity and Parole Outcomes: A Competing Risks Approach to Criminal and Technical Parole Violations” Justice Quarterly [DOI: 10.1080/07418825.2014.932001] • Jenness, Valerie and Ryken Grattet. 2012. “Hate Crime Law, Policy, and Law Enforcement in California: The Presence, Consequence, and Influence of the Law-in-Between” special issue of Poinikii Dikaiosini (Penal Justice) devoted to Eglimatologia (Criminology). Athens, Greece: Nomiki vivliothiki (Legal Library) 20: 68-79. - Greek Translation. Summarizes, excerpts, and reframes work previously published in Law & Society Review (2005), Social Problems (2005), and Social Forces (2008) • Lin, Jeffrey, Ryken Grattet, and Joan Petersilia. 2012. “Justice By Other Means: Venue Sorting in Parole Revocation.” Law & Policy 34(4): 349-372. • Grattet, Ryken. 2011. “Societal Reactions to Deviance.” Annual Review of Sociology 37: 185204. • Grattet, Ryken, Jeffrey Lin, and Joan Petersilia. 2011. “Supervision Regimes, Risk, and Official Reactions to Parolee Deviance.” Criminology 49 (2): 371-399. • Lin, Jeffrey, Ryken Grattet, and Joan Petersilia. 2010. “‘Back-end Sentencing’ and Reimprisonment: Individual, Organizational, and Community Predictors of Parole Sanctioning Decisions” Criminology 48(3): 759-795. - Summarized in 2011. “Parole revocations make a major contribution to prison populations but the decision to send a parolee back to prison is determined by factors above and beyond the nature of their parole violations.” Criminological Highlights 11(5): 6. • Grattet, Ryken, Joan Petersilia, Jeff Lin, and Marlene Beckman. 2009. “Studying Parole Violations, Revocations, and Prison Returns in California.” Federal Probation 73(1): 2-11. • Grattet, Ryken. 2009. “The Urban Ecology of Bias Crime: A Study of Disorganized and Defended Neighborhoods.” Social Problems 56 (1): 132-150. - Reprinted in Philip Bean. 2016. Hate Crime: Critical Concepts in Criminology. Routledge. - Reprinted in Tammy L. Anderson. 2014. Understanding Deviance: Connecting Classical and Contemporary Perspectives. Taylor & Francis. • Grattet, Ryken and Valerie Jenness. 2008. “Transforming Symbolic Law into Organizational Action: Hate Crime Policy and Law Enforcement Practice.” Social Forces 87(1): 1-28. - Reprinted in Philip Bean. 2016. Hate Crime: Critical Concepts in Criminology. Routledge. 4 Ryken Grattet--5 • Grattet, Ryken and Valerie Jenness. 2005. “The Reconstitution of Law in Local Settings: Agency Discretion, Ambiguity, and a Surplus of Law in the Policing of Hate Crime.” Law & Society Review 39 (4): 893-941. - Article Prize, 2007, American Sociological Association, Sociology of Law Section. - Reprinted in Erik Larson and Patrick Schmidt. 2014. The Law & Society Reader II. New York University Press. • Jenness, Valerie and Ryken Grattet. 2005. “The Law in Between: The Effects of Organizational Perviousness on the Policing of Hate Crime,” Social Problems 52 (3): 337359. • Grattet, Ryken and Valerie Jenness. 2001. “Examining the Boundaries of Hate Crime Law: Disabilities and the Dilemma of Difference.” The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 91 (3): 11-50. - Reprinted in Crimes of Hate: Selected Readings, 2003, edited by Phyllis Gerstenfeld and Diana Grant. New York: Sage Publications. - Reprinted in Hate and Bias Crime: A Reader, 2003, edited by Barbara Perry. New York: Routledge. • Grattet, Ryken and Valerie Jenness. 2001. “The Birth and Maturation of Hate Crime Policy in the U.S..” American Behavioral Scientist 45 (4): 668-696. - Reprinted in Ethnozentrismus-Rechtsextremismus-Jugendgewalt: Internationale Soziologische und Psychologische Perspektiven (Ethnocentrism, Rightwing Extremism, and Youth Violence: International Sociological and Psychological Perspectives), 2002, edited by Klaus Boehnke, Daniel Fuss, and John Hagan. Weinheim: Juventa. - Reprinted in Crimes of Hate: Selected Readings, 2003, edited by Phyllis Gerstenfeld and Diana Grant. New York: Sage Publications. - Reprinted in Hate and Bias Crime: A Reader, 2003, edited by Barbara Perry. New York: Routledge. - Reprinted in Crímenes de Odio: Violencias Silenciadas, 2006, edited by Carmen Millan. Bogotá: Cuadernos PENSAR- Editorial PUJ. • Phillips, Scott and Ryken Grattet. 2000. “Judicial Rhetoric, Meaning Making, and the Institutionalization of Hate Crime.” Law & Society Review 34: 567-606. - Awarded Article Prize, 2001, Law and Society Association. - Awarded Honorable Mention for Article Prize, 2001, American Sociological Association, Sociology of Law Section. • Grattet, Ryken, Valerie Jenness, and Theodore Curry. 1998. “The Homogenization and Differentiation of ‘Hate Crime’ Law in the U.S., 1978-1995: An Analysis of Innovation and Diffusion in the Criminalization of Bigotry.” American Sociological Review 63: 286-307. 5 Ryken Grattet--6 • Grattet, Ryken. 1997. “Sociological Perspectives on Legal Change: The Role of the Legal Field in the Transformation of the Common Law of Industrial Accidents.” Social Science History 21: 359-397. • Jenness, Valerie and Ryken Grattet. 1996. "The Criminalization of Hate: A Comparison of Structural and Polity Influences on the Passage of Bias Crime Legislation in the United States." Sociological Perspectives 39:129-154. • Inverarity, James M. and Ryken Grattet. 1989. "Institutional Responses to Unemployment: A Comparative Analysis of U.S. Trends, 1948-1985." Contemporary Crisis 13: 351-370. Book Chapters and Reviews: • Grattet, Ryken. 2016. Challenging Criminological Theory: The Legacy of Ruth Rosner Kornhauser, edited by Francis T. Cullen, Pamela Wilcox, Robert J. Sampson, and Brendan D. Dooley. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers. 2015. Advances in Criminological Theory, Volume 19. A book review in Contemporary Sociology 45(5): 591-2. • Grattet, Ryken. 2013. “Playing Politics with California’s Prison System.” Journal of California Politics and Policy 5(2): 313-315.. A book review of The Toughest Beat: Politics, Punishment, and the Prison Officers Union in California by Joshua Page. • Niemeier, Debbie A., Thomas Beamish, Alyssa Kendall, Ryken Grattet, Jonathan London, Carolyn de la Pena, and Julie Sze. 2012. “A Roadmap for Research: Characterizing the impacts of uncertainty in the policy process: Climate science, policy construction, and local governance decisions.” In Harry Geerlings, Yoram Shiftan, and Dominic Stead (editors) Transition towards Sustainable Mobility: The Role of Instruments, Individuals, and Institutions. Ashgate: Rotterdam. • Grattet, Ryken. 2011. “Review Essay: Prison State: The Challenge of Mass Incarceration by Bert Useem and Anne Morrison Piehl; The Politics of Imprisonment: How the Democractic Process Shapes the Way America Punishes by Vannessa Barker; and Sunbelt Justice: Arizona and the Transformation of American Punishment by Mona Lynch.” Law & Society Review 45 (3): 783-789. • Grattet, Ryken. 2011. “Labeling Theory.” The Routledge Handbook of Deviant Behavior. New York: Routledge. • Grattet, Ryken. 2005. “The Policy Nexus: Professional Networks and the Formulation and Adoption of Worker’s Compensation Reforms.” Pp. 177-206 in David Meyer, Valerie Jenness, and Helen Ingram (eds.) in Routing the Opposition: Social Movements, Public Policy, and Democracy. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. • Grattet, Ryken. 2004. “Policing Hatred: Law Enforcement, Civil Rights, and Hate Crime by Jeanine Bell,” a book review in Punishment and Society. • Felstiner, William L.F. and Ryken Grattet. 2003. "Sociolegal Studies" in A. Kuper (ed.) Social Science Encyclopedia. Routledge: London. (Revised and updated). • Grattet, Ryken. 2000. “The Atlanta Youth Murders and the Politics of Race by Bernard Headley.” a book review in Contemporary Sociology 29: 548-9. 6 Ryken Grattet--7 • Grattet, Ryken. 1998. “Substantiating a Worker’s Right to Compensation.” Pp. 287-312 in Connie L. McNeely (ed.) Public Rights, Public Rules: Constituting Citizens in the World Polity and National Policy. New York: Garland Publishing. • Grattet, Ryken. 1993. "Structural Contradictions and Institutional Production: The Case of Industrial Accident Law Revisited." Pp. 404-420 in William J. Chambliss and Marjorie Zatz (eds.) Making Law: The State and Structural Contradictions. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. Public and Policy Scholarship: • Tafoya, Sonya, Mia Bird, Viet Nguyen, and Ryken Grattet. Forthcoming. “Pretrial Release in California.” PPIC Report. Public Policy Institute of California. • Nguyen, Viet and Ryken Grattet. 2016. “Women in Jail” Viewpoints: The PPIC Blog (http://www.ppic.org/main/blog_index.asp). • Grattet, Ryken, Sonya Tafoya, Mia Bird, and Viet Nguyen. 2016. “California’s County Jails in the Era of Reform.” PPIC Report. Public Policy Institute of California. • Bird, Mia, Sonya Tafoya, Ryken Grattet, and Viet Nguyen. 2016. “How has Prop 47 affected California’s Jail Populuation.” PPIC Report. Public Policy Institute of California. • Martin, Brandon and Ryken Grattet. 2015. “Probation in California.” Just the Facts. Public Policy Institute of California. • Grattet, Ryken and Mia Bird. 2015. “Offenders have better outcomes when released to counties prioritizing reentry services rather than enforcement.” USAPP—American Politics and Policy blog (http://bit.ly/1HSoVyE) London School of Economics, USA Centre. • Martin, Brandon and Ryken Grattet. 2015. “Alternatives to Incarceration in California.” PPIC Report. Public Policy Institute of California. • Grattet, Ryken and Joseph Hayes. 2015. “California’s Changing Prison Population.” Just the Facts. Public Policy Institute of California. • Bird, Mia and Ryken Grattet. 2014. “Do Local Realignment Policies Affect Recidivism in California?” PPIC Report. Public Policy Institute of California. • Lofstrom, Magnus, Steven Raphael, and Ryken Grattet. 2014. “Is Public Safety Realignment Reducing Recidivism in California?” PPIC Report. Public Policy Institute of California. • Tafoya, Sonya, Ryken Grattet, and Mia Bird. 2014. “Corrections Realignment and Data Collection in California.” PPIC Report. Public Policy Institute of California. • Bohn, Sara, Marisol Cuellar Mejia, Caroline Danielson, Ellen Hanak, Ryken Grattet, Joseph Hayes, Laura Hill, Hans Johnson, Shannon McConville, Eric McGhee, Paul Warren, and Margaret Weston. 2014. California's Future. Public Policy Institute of California. • Grattet, Ryken. 2013. “Realignment in California: The Story So Far.” Special Report. The Crime Report (www.thecrimereport.org/news/inside-criminal-justice/2013-07-realignment-incalifornia-the-story-so-far) 7 Ryken Grattet--8 • Grattet, Ryken and Joseph Hayes. 2013. “California’s Changing Parole Population.” Just the Facts. Public Policy Institute of California. • Grattet, Ryken and Joseph Hayes. 2013. “California’s Changing Prison Population.” Just the Facts. Public Policy Institute of California. • Grattet, Ryken. 2013. “The Need for Better Public Safety Data Collection.” Viewpoints. Public Policy Institute of California. • Grattet, Ryken. 2013. “Corrections in California: Planning for a Better Future.” Featured Video. Public Policy Institute of California. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DzMjtC2jxS8&list=PL79EE48CBF0B345A8) • Grattet, Ryken and Joseph Hayes. 2013. “California Corrections.” Planning for a Better Future. Public Policy Institute of California. • Farabee, David, Ryken Grattet, Richard McCleary, Steven Raphael, and Susan Turner. 2011. “Expert Panel Report on the Inmate Classification Score System.” California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. • Grattet, Ryken, Joan Petersilia, Jeffrey Lin, and Ariel Whitworth. 2009. “Assessing Parole Violations and Revocations in California: Finding Strategies for the Future.” Perspectives: The Journal of the American Probation and Parole Association 33(3): 42-47. • Jenness, Valerie and Ryken Grattet. 2009. “CDCR Inmates with Serious Mental Health Conditions: Behavior, Treatment, and Management.” Report to Plata v. Schwarzenegger, Receiver, California Prison Health Care Services. • Grattet, Ryken, Joan Petersilia, and Jeffrey Lin. 2008. Parole Violations and Revocations in California. National Institute of Justice. Final Grant Report. • Grattet, Ryken, Jesse Jannetta, and Jeffrey Lin. 2006. Evidence-based Practices in Corrections: A Training Manual for the California Program Assessment Procedure. University of California, Irvine, Center for Evidence-based Corrections and the Office of Research, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. • Grattet, Ryken, Lori Asuncion, Brian Paciotti, and Betty Viscuso. 2006. “Characteristics of Female Offenders: Past and Present.” Research Report. The Office of Research, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. • Jenness, Valerie and Ryken Grattet. 2004. “Hate Crime Policy: Context and Content.” Campus Law Enforcement Journal 34(5): 22-32. (The trade magazine of the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators). • Jenness, Valerie and Ryken Grattet. 2004. “Policing Hate Crime in California,” A CPRC Policy Report. California Policy Research Center. - Excerpted as a CPRC Policy Brief, Vol. 16 (6), October 2004. • Grattet, Ryken. 2004.“Making the Most of General Orders” Police Chief LXX (2, February): 63-66. (The trade magazine of the International Association of Chiefs of Police). 8 Ryken Grattet--9 • Grattet, Ryken, Carlos A. Bravo, Fernando A. Murrain, Angela B. Quach, and Robert Vercoe. 2004. "Bias Crime in Sacramento, 1995-2002" eScholarship Repository California Digital Library. http://repositories.cdlib.org/ucdsoc/sacbias. • Jenness, Valerie and Ryken Grattet. 2003. “Law Enforcement,” a section of Hate Crimes and Incidents in Orange County in the Year 2002, published by the Orange County Human Relations Commission. • Grattet, Ryken and Valerie Jenness. 2001. “Policy Responses to the Victimization of Persons with Disabilities: An Assessment of the Viability of Using Hate Crime Law to Enhance the Status and Welfare of Persons with Disabilities.” Incorporated into Crime Victims with Developmental Disabilities, edited by Joan Petersilia, Joseph Foote, and Nancy A. Crowell. Washington, D.C.: The National Research Council/The National Academy of Sciences. • Ferber, Abby, Ryken Grattet, Valerie Jenness, and James F. Short. 2000. “Hate in America: What do We Know?” Issue Series in Social Research and Social Policy. American Sociological Association. • Grattet, Ryken. 2000. “Hate Crime: Better Data or Increasing Frequency?” Population Today 28: 1-4. Work in Progress Grattet, Ryken, Mia Bird, Viet Nguyen, and Sonya Tafoya. Under review. “California Jails Under Realignment and Proposition 47” Nguyen, Viet, Ryken Grattet, Mia Bird, and Sonya Tafoya. In progress. “California Probation in the Era of Reform.” PPIC Report. Public Policy Institute of California. Franco, Konrad, Zachary Psick, and Ryken Grattet. In Progress. “The Effect of Strain, Personal Affect, and Personal/Social Resources on Substance Abuse Among Incarcerated and Non-Incarcerated Youth: A Comparative Analysis.” Mascarenhas, Michael and Ryken Grattet. In progress. “Rethinking Environmental Racism: A Longitudinal Analysis of Toxic Waste and Race in the United States.” PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS Invited Presentations: • Grattet, Ryken, Mia Bird, Sonya Tafoya, and Viet Nguyen. 2016. “California County Jail and Probation Populations Under Realignment and Proposition 47.” California Corrections: Reform, Recidivism, and Crime Conference. Presley Center for Crime and Justice. University of California, Riverside. May 20th. • Grattet, Ryken. 2016. “Behind the Scenes: Translating Research into Policy and Practice.” A symposium with Ryken Grattet, Professor of Sociology, UC Davis, and Tom Kecskemethy, Executive Director of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. Department of Criminology, Law, and Society. University of California, Irvine. May 26th. • Grattet, Ryken and Mia Bird. 2014.”Realignment and Recidivism.” Realigning California Corrections: Legacies of the Past, the Great Experiment, and Trajectories for the Future. A 9 Ryken Grattet--10 National Science Foundation Workshop held at the University of California, Irvine, October 17-18, 2014. • Beamish, Thomas, Chris Benner, and Ryken Grattet. 2012. “Managing Climate Change and Ensuring Democracy—A Public Conversation with UC Davis Faculty.” An event in a series on “California: The Great Exception? Conversations on Environment, Health & Risk.” California Cultures Initiative, UC Davis Humanities Institute. • Beamish, Thomas, Ryken Grattet, and Deb Niemeier. 2011. ““Blueprinting Efficiencies? Planning Against Sprawl, Traffic Congestion, and Climate Change in California’s Central Valley.” Energy, Organizations, and Society Workshop. UC Davis. Davis, CA. • Grattet, Ryken. 2011. “Multilevel Governance, Crescive Troubles, and the Prospects for Managing Growth and Climate Change: Sacramento’s Experiments with Blueprinting.” International Institute for the Sociology of Law, Onati, Spain. • Grattet, Ryken. 2010. “Parole Violations, Revocations, and the California Prison Crisis: Research Findings and Policy Implications of the California Parole Study.” UC Sacramento Center. • Grattet, Ryken. 2010. “Parole Violations, Revocations, and the California Prison Crisis: Research Findings and Policy Implications of the California Parole Study.” UC Davis Law School. • Grattet, Ryken. 2010. “A Panel Discussion of Hate Crime/Hate Speech.” Lambda Law Students Association. UC Davis School of Law. • Grattet, Ryken. 2010. “A Public Sociology of Hate Crime.” Center for Diversity, Law, & Justice, Fairhaven College, Western Washington University. Bellingham, WA. • Grattet, Ryken. 2009. “Research Findings and Policy Implications of the California Parole Study.” Association of Criminal Justice Researchers, California. Sacramento, CA • Grattet, Ryken. 2008. “The Causes and Consequences of Parole Violations in California: A Multi-level and Policy-Focused Analysis. Findings of Violations and Revocations Analyses.” Community Corrections Research Network, The National Institute of Justice, Washington, D.C. • Grattet, Ryken, Joan Petersilia, and Jeff Lin. 2006. “Empirical Analysis of Parole Violations: California.” Conference on Back-end Sentencing and Technical Parole Violations. School of Law, Stanford University. • Grattet, Ryken, Joan Petersilia, and Jeff Lin. 2006. “The Causes and Consequences of Parole Violations in California: A Multi-level and Policy-Focused Analysis. Preliminary Findings.” Community Corrections Research Network, The National Institute of Justice, Washington, D.C. 10 Ryken Grattet--11 • Grattet, Ryken and Valerie Jenness. 2006. “Beyond Symbolic v. Instrumental Law: Hate Crime Policy and Law Enforcement Practice,” Center for Organizational Research Faculty Workshop. University of California, Irvine. • Grattet, Ryken. 2006. “The Reconstitution of Law in Local Settings: Agency Discretion, Ambiguity, and a Surplus of Law in the Policing of Hate Crime,” Workshop on Institutional Change and the Law, Department of Political Science, Northwestern University. • Grattet, Ryken and Joan Petersilia. 2005. “The Causes and Consequences of Parole Violations in California: A Multi-level and Policy-Focused Analysis.” Community Corrections Research Network, The National Institute of Justice, Washington, D.C. • Grattet, Ryken. 2002. “The Reception and Reinterpretation of Law in Local Settings: Responses to Hate Crime and Hate Crime Law among California Law Enforcement Agencies,” Center for Law and Society, Boalt Law School, University of California, Berkeley. • Grattet, Ryken. 2002. “The Policy Nexus: Professional Networks and the Formulation and Adoption of Worker’s Compensation Reforms,” Miniconference on Social Movements, Public Policy, and Democracy, University of California, Irvine. • Grattet, Ryken. 2000. “Criticism of and Critical Perspectives on Hate Crime Law in America.” Hate Crime: Critical Reflections, Birkbeck College, School of Law, University of London. London, England. • Grattet, Ryken and Valerie Jenness. 1999. “Policy Responses to the Victimization of Persons with Disabilities: An Assessment of the Viability of Using Hate Crime Law to Enhance the Status and Welfare of Persons with Disabilities.” Workshop on Crime Victims with Developmental Disabilities, the National Research Council/National Academy of Sciences. • Grattet, Ryken. 1999. “Bias Crime Politics and Public Policy: Building a Legal Response to Hate-motivated Violence.” Symposium on Hate Crime: A Multidisciplinary Discussion, Department of Political Science, University of California, Davis. • Jenness, Valerie and Ryken Grattet. 1998. “The Frontiers of Hate Crime Law: Sexual Orientation, Gender, and Others” International Conference on Hate Crimes, Brudnick Center for the Study of Conflict and Violence, Northeastern University. • Grattet, Ryken. 1998. “Legislative and Judicial Responses to Hate Crime: Institutionalization and the Creation of Law.” Department of Sociology, Temple University. • Grattet, Ryken. 1998. “Legislative and Judicial Responses to Hate Crime: Institutionalization and the Creation of Law.” Department of Sociology, University of Pennsylvania. • Grattet, Ryken. 1997. “The Diffusion of Hate Crime Legislation.” Institute of Governmental Affairs, Quantitative Social Science Symposium, University of California, Davis. • Grattet, Ryken. 1997. “Judicial Meaning-making and the Institutionalization of Hate Crime Law in the U.S..” Donald R. Cressey Memorial Lecture, Department of Sociology, University of California, Santa Barbara. 11 Ryken Grattet--12 • Grattet, Ryken. 1997. “Criminalization as Organizational Change: Homogenization and Differentiation in the Diffusion of Hate Crime Laws, 1978-1994.” Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University. • Grattet, Ryken. 1995. “At Play in the Field of the Law: Progressive Reformers and the Transformation of Industrial Accident Law.” The American Bar Foundation. Conference Presentations: • Bird, Mia and Ryken Grattet. 2016. “Realignment and Recidivism.” American Society of Criminology Meetings. New Orleans, LA. • Grattet, Ryken, Sonya Tafoya, and Mia Bird. 2015. “The BSCC-PPIC Multi-County Study.” Inaugural UC Consortium for Social Science and the Law. UC Irvine. October 17. • Grattet, Ryken, Mia Bird, and Sonya Tafoya. 2015. “Realignment and Recidivism.” American Society of Criminology Meetings. San Francisco, CA. • Grattet, Ryken. 2014. “BSCC-PPIC Multicounty Study Update.” Association of Criminal Justice Researchers, California, March 20th, Sacramento, CA. • Grattet, Ryken. 2011. Reader. Author Meets Reader Panel, Kitty Calavita’s An Invitation to Law& Society. Law and Society Association Meetings. San Francisco, CA. • Grattet, Ryken. 2011. Panelist. “The Future of Law and Social Science Workshop.” National Science Foundation. Chicago-Kent College of Law, Chicago, IL. • Grattet, Ryken. 2010. Presenter. 100th Anniversary Panel for Roscoe Pound’s Article “Law in Books and Law in Action.” Law and Society Association Meetings. Chicago, IL. • Grattet, Ryken. 2009. Organizer, Panelist. “Punishment in the Era of Budget Crises.” Retreat of the West Coast Law & Society Scholars. Stanford University. School of Law. • Grattet, Ryken. 2009. Presenter. “Supervision Regimes and Parole Violations.” Law and Society Association meetings. Denver, Colorado. • Grattet, Ryken. 2008. Discussant. “Law and Social Movements.” Law and Society Association meetings. Montreal, Canada. • Grattet, Ryken. 2007. Presider, Author Meets Readers Panel, Jeff Manza and Christopher Uggen’s Locked Out: Felon Disenfranchisement and American Democracy, American Sociological Association Meetings, New York, NY. • Grattet, Ryken, Joan Petersilia, and Jeff Lin. 2006.“The Causes and Consequences of Parole Violations in California: A Multi-level and Policy-Focused Analysis. Preliminary Findings.” American Society of Criminology meetings, Los Angeles, California. • Grattet, Ryken. 2006. “Research Support for Correctional/ Criminal Justice Agencies-Expansion and New Models.” American Society of Criminology meetings, Los Angeles, California. 12 Ryken Grattet--13 • Grattet, Ryken. 2004. Presider and Discussant, Regular Session on Law and Social Movements, American Sociological Association meetings, San Francisco, California. • Jenness, Valerie and Ryken Grattet. 2004. “Conceptualizing the Law-in-Between: The Effects of Organizational Permeability and Community Factors on the Policing of Hate Crime.” American Sociological Association meetings, San Francisco, California. • Grattet, Ryken and Valerie Jenness. 2004. “The Reconstitution of Law in Local Settings: Agency Discretion, Ambiguity, and a Surplus of Law in the Policing of Hate Crime.” Pacific Sociological Association meetings, San Francisco, California. • Jenness, Valerie and Ryken Grattet. 2003. Making Hate a Crime. Author Meets Critics Panel, American Society of Criminology meetings, Denver, Colorado. • Grattet, Ryken. 2003. Reader, Policing Hatred by Jeannine Bell. Author Meets Readers Panel, Law and Society Association meetings, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. • Jenness, Valerie and Ryken Grattet. 2003. Making Hate a Crime, Author Meets Reader Panel, Law and Society Association meetings, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Public and Policy Presentations: • Invited Presenter. 2017. “Challenges of collecting baseline mental health data for jail populations” California Summit for “Stepping Up.” Council of State Government. January 18th. • Invited Presenter. 2016. “BSCC-PPIC Multicounty Study Update.” California State Association of Counties and County Administrative Officers Association of California. October 21st. • Invited Presenter. 2016. “PPIC-BSCC Multicounty Study: Project overview and potential for mental health data” Commission on Mentally Ill Offenders (COMIO). California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. Sacramento, CA. September 15th. • Webinar Presentation. “Realignment and Recidivism.” Reforming State Policy on Sentencing and Collateral Consequences. The Sentencing Project and the American Academy of Political and Social Science Research. March 29th, 2016. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yw5k4psQBVA) • Panelist. “The Evolving Legal and Policy Context of Incarceration.” Panel on The Great Divide: Crime, Incarceration and their Consequences. UC Davis Campus Book Project. January 27th, 2016. • Webinar Presentation. 2016. “The Great Experiment: Realigning Criminal Justice in California and Beyond .” A webinar hosted by The Sentencing Project in collaboration with the American Academy of Political and Social Science. February 29th. 13 Ryken Grattet--14 • Invited Presenter. 2016. “BSCC-PPIC Multicounty Study Update.” Commission on Mentally Ill Offenders (COMIO). California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. Sacramento, CA. January 20th. • Presenter. 2015. “BSCC-PPIC Multicounty Study Update.” Orange County Community Corrections Partnership. September 17th • Presenter. 2014. “Alternatives to Incarceration in California?” James Irvine Foundation Briefing Series. Public Policy Institute of California. May 7th. Sacramento, CA. • Keynote Address. 2015. “California Corrections Realignment: Opportunities and Challenges in the Public Policy Institute of California's Multi-county Study” the Fourth Annual Institutional Corrections Research Network /National Corrections Reporting Program Data Providers Meeting. The National Institute of Corrections, the Bureau of Justice Statistics, and the Crime and Justice Institute. Aurora, CO. March 31st. • Invited Presenter. 2015. “BSCC-PPIC Multicounty Study Update.” California State Association of Counties and County Administrative Officers Association of California. January 29th. • Presenter. 2014. “Do Local Realignment Policies Affect Recidivism in California?” James Irvine Foundation Briefing Series. Public Policy Institute of California. August 24th. Sacramento, CA. • Invited Presenter. 2014. “BSCC-PPIC Multicounty Study Update.” Board of State and Community Corrections Data Committee, May 7th, Sacramento, CA. • Invited Presenter. 2014. “BSCC-PPIC Multicounty Study Update.” California State Association of Counties and County Administrative Officers Association of California, February 5th, Long Beach, CA. • Invited Presenter. 2013. “BSCC-PPIC Multicounty Study (MCS).” Third Annual Conference on Public Safety Realignment, Innovations in Public Safety and Justice in California, Sponsored by California State Association of Counties, California State Sheriffs Association, and the Chief Probation Officers of California. October 24th. Sacramento, CA. • Presenter. 2013. “Corrections and Realignment.” Statewide Leadership Council meeting. Public Policy Institute of California. October 18th. San Francisco, CA. • Invited Presenter. 2013. “BSCC-PPIC Multicounty Study (MCS)”. Board of State and Community Corrections. Presentation of the MCS for the BSCC Field Representatives. September 28th. Sacramento, CA. • Invited Presenter. 2013. “Public Policy Institute of California 11 County Research Project”. California Criminal Justice Analysts Forum. California State Association of Counties. September 20th. Sacramento, CA. • Invited Presenter. 2013. “Best Practices: Overview of Reentry and Realignment Research and Successful Strategies for Reducing Recidivism.” Reentry & Reintegration: New Hope. A 14 Ryken Grattet--15 Public Forum Organized by State Senator Loni Hancock and Assemblymember Bill Quirk. October 3rd. Oakland, CA. • Presenter. 2013. “Public Policy Institute of California Research Pilot Project to Identify Best Practices Among County Corrections Agencies and Measure Offender Behavior and System Performance.” County of Sacramento. Community Corrections Partnership. July 18th, Sacramento. • Legislative Testimony. 2013. “The Need for Better Public Safety Data Collection.” Testimony to the California Senate Budget and Fiscal Review Subcommittee No. 5 on Corrections, Public Safety, and The Judiciary. March 20th, Sacramento. • Invited Presenter. 2013. “The Three Most Important Questions About Realignment.” California Chiefs of Police. February 24th, Palm Springs. • Invited Presenter. 2013. “Researching California’s Public Safety Realignment.” California State Association of Counties and County Administrative Officers Association of California. January 20th. • Presenter. 2012. “Measuring Performance and Outcomes of Public Safety Realignment.” California Sheriff’s Association. December 7th, Oakland. • Presenter. 2012. “Incapacitation and Crime.” Symposium for Law Enforcement Executives, Californian’s for Safety and Justice. November 8th, Los Angeles. • Presenter. 2012. “Measuring Performance and Outcomes of Public Safety Realignment.” California Board of State and Community Corrections. November 7th, Sacramento. • Presenter. 2012. Press Conference on Research Report on the CDCR Inmate Classification System. New York Times and Associated Press. • Invited Presenter. 2012. “Research on the CDCR Inmate Classification System.” California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. Briefing provided the lawyers involved in the Coleman and Plata cases, Attorney General’s Office, and the Department of Finance. • Invited Presenter. 2012. “Research on the CDCR Inmate Classification System.” California Senate Office of Research. Briefing provided to staff from the Senative Office of Research, the Legislative Analysts Office, Department of Finance, and California Senate and Legislators. • Invited Presenter. 2011. “Crime, Violence, and Punishment in California.” University Retirement Community. March 16th. • Panelist. 2011. Symposium on the play “Come Hell and High Water” by Dominque Serrand. Main Theater. UC Davis. March 11th. 15 Ryken Grattet--16 • Guest. 2009. “Prison Crisis: Parole, Rehabilitation, Reentry.” These Days (with Maureen Cavanaugh). KPBS. National Public Radio. October 8th. (http://www.kpbs.org/news/2009/oct/08/prison-crisis-parole-rehabilitation-reentry/) • Grattet, Ryken. 2009. Guest, “Will Latest Calif. Prison Legislation Fix Major Problems?” These Days (with Maureen Cavanaugh). KPBS. National Public Radio. September 16th. (http://www.kpbs.org/news/2009/sep/16/will-latest-calif-prison-legislation-fix-major-pro/). • Webinar Presentation. 2009. “Parole Violations and Revocations: Evidence-Based Responses to California in Crisis” On-line Conference. Ash Institute for Democratic Governance and Innovation. Kennedy School of Government. Harvard University. July 8th. (http://www.innovations.harvard.edu/xchat-transcript.html?chid=335). • Guest. 2009. “Parole Reform.” Forum (with Michael Krasny). KQED. Northern California Public Radio. March 26th. (http://www.kqed.org/epArchive/R903260900). • Guest. 2009. “Does the California Parole System Need to Be Rebuilt?” Which Way LA? KCRW, National Public Radio. March 24th. (http://www.kcrw.com/news/programs/ww/ww090324does_californias_par). • Panelist. 2008. “The Causes and Consequences of Parole Violations in California: A Multilevel and Policy-Focused Analysis. Findings of Violations and Revocations Analyses.” Winter Training Institute, American Probation and Parole Association meetings, Phoenix, Arizona. • Invited Presenter. 2007. “What Research is For.” Division of Adult Parole Operations, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation and Contra Costa County Department of Education. Tahoe City, California. • Trainer. 2007. “California Program Assessment Procedures (CPAP).” Expert Panel’s ad-hoc CPAP Rating Team. California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Office of Research, and the Center for Evidence-based Corrections, University of California, Irvine. Sacramento, California. • Press Conference (with Secretary Jeanne S. Woodford). 2006. Press Conference. “Recidivism Rates.” California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. • Trainer. 2006. “California Program Assessment Procedures (CPAP).” California Department of Corrections, Community Collaborative Forum. Galt, California. • Trainer. 2006. “Evidence-based Practices in Corrections.” California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Female Institutions Staff. Sacramento, California. • Legislative Testimony. 2004. Omnibus Hate Crime Bill. California State Senate, Committee on Public Safety. Sacramento, California. • Panelist. 2004. Panelist. “After Laramie: A Dialogue on Legal Rights and Social Change.” Panel Discussion following a performance of the Moises Kaufman play The Laramie Project. River Stage Theater, Visual and Performing Arts Center, Cosumnes River College. Sacramento, California. 16 Ryken Grattet--17 • Guest. 2001. Guest, Proletarian Revolution, Radio Talk Show, KDVS, Davis, California. • Legislative Briefing. 1999. “Hate Crime in America,” U.S. Congressional Briefing and Seminar, American Sociological Association Briefing Series, Washington, D.C.. • Press Conference. 1999. “Hate in America: What do we know?” American Sociological Association Meetings, Chicago, Illinois. • Presenter. 1997. Workshop on Hate Crimes. Multicultural Immersion Program. University of California, Davis. • Legislative Testimony. 1995. Hate Crime Legislation, State of Louisiana House of Representatives, Committee on The Administration of Criminal Justice. Baton Rouge, Louisiana. • Invited Presenter 1994. “Legal Responses to Hate Motivated Violence and Intimidation.” The Working Group on Jewish-African American Relations. Baton Rouge, Louisiana TEACHING Courses: • Law and Society • The Civil Justice System • Crime Policy Analysis • Social Conflict • Sociology of Deviance • Hate Crimes • Research Methods in Law and Social Science • Graduate Seminar in Law and Society • Graduate Seminar in the Logic of Social Inquiry Mentoring: • Honors Thesis Advisor in Sociology. 1997-2017. • Faculty Mentor, Ronald E. McNair Post- Baccalaureate Achievement Program. University of California, Davis. 1997, 1998, 2002, & 2003. • Faculty Mentor, MURALS Program. Mentorships for Undergraduate Researchers in Agriculture, Letters, and Science Program. University of California, Davis. 1997 & 2002. • Faculty Mentor, Institute for Governmental Affairs Undergraduate Research Fellows Program. 1997. • Student Research Director for the Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Acheivement Program. Louisiana State University. 1995-1996. PROFESSIONAL AND COMMUNITY SERVICE Professional Service (Previous 5 Years): 17 Ryken Grattet--18 • Chair-elect, Chair, and Past-Chair. 2012-15. American Sociological Association, Sociology of Law Section. • Chair, 2012. Graduate Student Paper Award Committee. American Sociological Association. Sociology of Law Section. • Advisory Editor. 2011-2012. Social Problems. Journal of the Society For the Study of Social Problems. • Panelist. 2010-12. National Science Foundation. Law and Social Sciences Program. • Committeemember. 2011. Graduate Student Paper Award Committee. American Sociological Association. Sociology of Law Section. • Planning Committee. 2008-9. Subcommittee on Panels. West Coast Law and Society Retreat. Planning for Stanford Meetings in October 2009. • Committeemember. 2008. Distinquished Book Prize Committee. American Sociological Association, Sociology of Law Section. Reviewing: • Social Forces • American Journal of Sociology • American Sociological Review • Social Problems • Law and Society Review • Criminology • Punishment and Society • Crime, Law, & Social Change • Social Psychology Quarterly • National Science Foundation • Journal of Urban Affairs • National Institute of Justice 1996-2008 2006-2008 1996-2004 2000-2010 1997-2011 2002-2015 2007 2009 2004 2000-2010 2010-2012 2009 Memberships: • American Sociological Association • Pacific Sociological Association • Law and Society Association • American Society of Criminology • Society for the Study of Social Problems Public Service: • Committeemember. 2014-2016. Executive Steering Committee: Research and Data Committee. Board of State and Community Corrections. • Interviewee. 2013 (July 22nd). “California board teams with non-partisan research group to measure realignments’ effects.” Represent! Politics, government, and public life for Southern California. 89.3 KPCC: Southern California Public Radio. (www.scpr.org) 18 Ryken Grattet--19 • Interviewee. 2013 (July 5th). “Probation in the Dark on Some Arriving Inmates.” Associated Press. • Interviewee. 2013 (March 19th). “Gov. Jerry Brown Takes Notice of Realignment Complaints.” Sacramento Bee. • Interviewee. 2013 (March 20th). “California Realignment: LA Shootings May Be Linked to Inmates Released On the Streets.” Huffington Post. • Interviewee. 2011. (November 30th ) “Hate Expectations: Police and Prosecutors Are Quick to Claim the Presence of Racism—but Juries Are Not So Sure.” SF Weekly. • Reviewer. 2012. (August) Steven Raphael’s “The Effects of California’s Criminal Justice Realignment on the State’s Crime Rate and Prison and Jail Populations through December 2011.” California Office of the Attorney General. • Panelist. 2010-2011. Expert Panel on the CDCR Inmate Classification Score System. California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. • Interviewee. 2011 (March 16th), Mother Jones “What Makes a Hate Crime a Hate Crime?”. • Interviewee. 2010. San Diego Union Tribune. (April 7th). “More Gardener Parole Issues: Sex Offender Lived Near School Longer Than Previously Known.” • Interviewee. 2010. Dateline UC Davis (March 12th). News for Campus Faculty and Staff. Davis, California. “Dealing with Prejudice: Enforcement, Education Keys to Fighting Bigotry.” • Interviewee. 2010. KCRA Reports (January 27th). KCRA Television Evening News Program. Sacramento, CA. Segment on Parole Reform. • Guest. 2009. (October 8th). KPBS. Radio Public Affairs Show. These Days (with Maureen Cavanaugh. San Diego. “Prison Crisis: Parole, Rehabilitation, and Reentry.” • Guest. 2009. (September 16th). KPBS. Radio News Show: These Days (with Maureen Cavanaugh. San Diego. “Will Latest Calif. Prison Legislation Fix Major Problems?”. • Research Discussed. 2009 (August 26th). New York Times. Editorial on “California is Failing the Prison Test.” • Interviewee. 2009 (May 12th). KTVU. Television News. Oakland. • Interviewee. 2009 (April 10th). KAWL San Francisco. Radio News Show: Crosscurrents. • Interviewee. 2009 (April 9th). KCBS San Francisco. CBS Radio News Show: Sovern Nation (with Doug Sovern). • Interviewee. 2009. (March 30th). KPCC News. Southern California Public Radio. “Reforming the California Parole System.” • Guest. 2009. (March 26th). KQED. Forum (with Michael Krasny). KQED. “Parole Reform.”. 19 Ryken Grattet--20 • Guest. 2009. (March 24th) KCRW. Which Way LA? “Does the California Parole System Need to Be Rebuilt?”. • Interviewee. 2009 (March 23rd). “In Oakland, Tracing the Bloody Chain of Events.” Los Angeles Times A1 • Interviewee. 2009 (March 24th). “Flawed System Strains to Monitor Ex-Prisoners” San Francisco Chronical A11. • Research Discussed. 2008 (October 25th). New York Times. Editorial on “The California Prison Disaster.” • Contributing Author and Ad-hoc Coordinating Committeemember for the Budget Act of 2006. “The Recidivism Reduction Budget Change Proposal.” California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. Sacramento, California. • Interviewee. 2006. Associated Press. On recidivism statistics. • Participant. 2005. “Performance Measurement of the Strategic Plan for the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation,” Little Hoover Commission. State of California. Sacramento, California. • Panelist. 2004. “Stop Hate Against Our Community,” Orange County Hate Crime Network Meeting, Orange County Human Relations Commission. Costa Mesa, California. • Expert. 2004. California State Senate, Committee on Public Safety. (Contributed to formulation and Testified on behalf of SB 1234, The Omnibus Hate Crime Bill). • Expert/Consultant. 2003. Certified Academy Course Curriculum on Anti-Abortion Violence, California Police Officer’s Standards and Training. Sacramento, California. • Interviewee. 2001. Palo Alto Weekly, KCRA Sacramento TV. On hate crime cases. • Peer Reviewer and Consultant. 2000. Youth Hate Crime Prevention Grant Program. Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice. • Legislative advising. Hate Crime Bills. 2000. California State Senate. Sacramento, California. (At the request of Senators Hayden and Ortiz). • Advisor. 2000. National Crime Victimization Survey. Bureau of Justice Statistics, U.S. Department of Justice. Washington, DC. • Interviewee. 1999. USA Today, Chicago Tribune, LA Times, Criminal Justice Quarterly Newsletter, Yomiuri Shimbun (Tokyo Newspaper). On hate crime. University Service: • Committeemember. Division of Social Sciences, Dean’s Advisory Committee. 2015-2016. • Committeemember. Planning Committee for Center for Sustainable Community Justice. 2012. King School of Law. University of California, Davis. 20 Ryken Grattet--21 • Committeemember. Faculty Personnel Committee. 2011-2012. King School of Law. University of California, Davis. • Panelist. Production Symposium. 2011. Come Hell and High Water. Written and Directed by Dominique Serrand. Department of Theater and Dance. University of California, Davis. • UC Task Force on Corrections. 2010. Convened by Dean Christopher Edley, Boalt Law School, UC Berkeley at the request of UC President Mark Yudof. • Graduate Advisor and Admissions Chair. 2003-2007. Department of Sociology, University of California, Davis. • Organizer. Edwin Lemert Memorial Lecture. 2003.University of California, Davis. • Davis Division Representative (alternate). 2003. University-wide Academic Senate, University of California. • Committee chair. 2002. 5-Year Program Evaluation for the University of California, Davis Washington Center. • Departmental Representative. 1996-2000. 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Sociology, University of California, Santa Barbara, 1994. Sociology, University of California, Santa Barbara, 1989. Sociology, Western Washington University, 1986. EMPLOYMENT 20172017- 2012-2017 20092009 (summer) 2001-2009 2005-2006 2000 1996-2001 1996 1994-1996 Chair, Department of Sociology, University of California, Davis. Adjunct Fellow, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco and Sacramento. Research Fellow, Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco and Sacramento. Professor of Sociology, University of California, Davis. Visiting Professor. Underwood International College, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea. Associate Professor of Sociology, University of California, Davis. Assistant Secretary (A), Office of Research, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. Faculty Fellow, University of California Washington Center. Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of California, Davis. Appointed Faculty, Women’s and Gender Studies Center, Louisiana State University. Assistant Professor of Sociology, Louisiana State University. AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION Law Deviance Organizations Methods Criminology Public Policy AWARDS • Chair-elect, Chair, and Past-Chair. 2012-15. American Sociological Association, Sociology of Law Section. • Social Sciences Dean’s Innovation Award. 2012. College of Letters and Sciences, Division of Social Sciences. University of California, Davis. Ryken Grattet--2 • Distinguished Scholarly Public Service Award. 2010. University of California, Davis. • Distinguished Article Award. 2007. American Sociological Association, Sociology of Law Section. • Distinguished Practice Award. 2006. Pacific Sociological Association. • Award for Outstanding Scholarship. 2002. Society for the Study of Social Problems, Crime and Delinquency Section. • Finalist, Aaron Wildavsky Book Award for Best Policy Book. 2002. Policy Studies Organization. • Article Prize. 2001. Law and Society Association. • Honorable Mention, Article Prize. 2001. American Sociological Association, Sociology of Law Section. • Donald Cressey Memorial Dissertation Prize. 1997. Department of Sociology, University of California, Santa Barbara. GRANTS & CONTRACTS • Bird, Mia and Ryken Grattet. 2014-2017. “Evaluating the Effects of Realignment Practices on Recidivism Outcomes.” National Institute of Justice. $495,000. • Lofstrom, Magnus, Ryken Grattet, and Steve Raphael. 2012-2014. “Lessons From California’s Public Safety Realignment.” Smith Richardson Foundation, $400,000 • Grattet, Ryken, Debbie Niemeier, Thomas Beamish. 2012-13. “Climate Change Governance: Law, Risk Management, and Decision Making.” National Science Foundation, Law and Social Science Program. $50,000. • Grattet, Ryken. 2010-2011. Interagency Contract. “Expert Panel on the CDCR Inmate Classification System.” California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. $10,000. • Williams, Monica and Ryken Grattet. 2011-13. Doctoral Dissertation Grant . “No Good Place: Community Responses to Violent Sex Offenders.” National Science Foundation, Law and Social Sciences Program. $10,250. • Grattet, Ryken and Valerie Jenness. 2009. Contract. “CDCR Inmates with Serious Mental Health Conditions: Behavior, Treatment, and Management.” Receiver, California Prison Health Care Services. $51,000. • Grattet, Ryken and Joan Petersilia, 2005. “The Causes and Consequences of Parole Violations in California: A Multi-level and Policy-Focused Analysis.” National Institute of Justice. $284,000. • Grattet, Ryken. 2005. Subcontract. “Responding to the Prison Rape Elimination Act: A Study of Violence in California Correctional Facilities.” California Department of Corrections. $16,000. 2 Ryken Grattet--3 • Grattet, Ryken. 2005. Interagency Contract. Agreement between the University of California, Davis and the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation for my services as acting Assistant Secretary, Office of Research. $148,000. • Jenness, Valerie and Ryken Grattet. 2001. “From Policy Innovation to Application: Hate Crime Policing in California.” California Policy Research Center. $35,000. • Grattet, Ryken. 2000. Undergraduate Instructional Improvement Program, “Teaching Applied Social Research Using the Web.” Teaching Resources Center, University of California, Davis. • Grattet, Ryken. 2000. Junior Faculty Research Grant, “From Policy Innovation to Application: Hate Crime Policing in California.” Institute of Governmental Affairs, University of California, Davis. • Grattet, Ryken. 1997. Undergraduate Instructional Improvement Program, “Deviance and Difference: Rethinking Deviance.” Teaching Resources Center, University of California, Davis. PUBLICATIONS Book: • Jenness, Valerie and Ryken Grattet. 2001. Making Hate a Crime: From Social Movement to Law Enforcement. The American Sociological Association’s Rose Series. Russell Sage Foundation Press. - Paperback edition with a new foreward published in 2004. - Award for Outstanding Scholarship. 2002. Society for the Study of Social Problems, Crime and Delinquency Section. - Finalist. 2002. Aaron Wildavsky Book Award for Best Policy Book in 2000-2001, Policy Studies Organization. Professional Articles: • Beamish, Thomas, Ryken Grattet, and Debbie Niemeier. forthcoming. “Climate Change and Legitimate Governance: Land Use and Transportation Law and Policy in California.” Brooklyn Law Review. • Bird, Mia and Ryken Grattet. 2016. “Recidivism and Realignment.” The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 664 (March): 176-195 [DOI: 10.1177/0002716215603319] • Bird, Mia and Ryken Grattet. 2015. “Policy Change and Recidivism: The Effects of California’s Realignment and Local Implementation Strategies on Rearrest and Reconviction.” Criminal Justice Policy Review [DOI: 10.1177/0887403415604900] 3 Ryken Grattet--4 • Niemeier, Debbie, Ryken Grattet, and Thomas Beamish. 2015. ““Blueprinting” and Climate Change: Regional Governance and Civic Participation in Land Use and Transportation Planning.” Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 33: 1600-17. • Grattet, Ryken and Jeffrey Lin. 2014. ““Supervision Intensity and Parole Outcomes: A Competing Risks Approach to Criminal and Technical Parole Violations” Justice Quarterly [DOI: 10.1080/07418825.2014.932001] • Jenness, Valerie and Ryken Grattet. 2012. “Hate Crime Law, Policy, and Law Enforcement in California: The Presence, Consequence, and Influence of the Law-in-Between” special issue of Poinikii Dikaiosini (Penal Justice) devoted to Eglimatologia (Criminology). Athens, Greece: Nomiki vivliothiki (Legal Library) 20: 68-79. - Greek Translation. Summarizes, excerpts, and reframes work previously published in Law & Society Review (2005), Social Problems (2005), and Social Forces (2008) • Lin, Jeffrey, Ryken Grattet, and Joan Petersilia. 2012. “Justice By Other Means: Venue Sorting in Parole Revocation.” Law & Policy 34(4): 349-372. • Grattet, Ryken. 2011. “Societal Reactions to Deviance.” Annual Review of Sociology 37: 185204. • Grattet, Ryken, Jeffrey Lin, and Joan Petersilia. 2011. “Supervision Regimes, Risk, and Official Reactions to Parolee Deviance.” Criminology 49 (2): 371-399. • Lin, Jeffrey, Ryken Grattet, and Joan Petersilia. 2010. “‘Back-end Sentencing’ and Reimprisonment: Individual, Organizational, and Community Predictors of Parole Sanctioning Decisions” Criminology 48(3): 759-795. - Summarized in 2011. “Parole revocations make a major contribution to prison populations but the decision to send a parolee back to prison is determined by factors above and beyond the nature of their parole violations.” Criminological Highlights 11(5): 6. • Grattet, Ryken, Joan Petersilia, Jeff Lin, and Marlene Beckman. 2009. “Studying Parole Violations, Revocations, and Prison Returns in California.” Federal Probation 73(1): 2-11. • Grattet, Ryken. 2009. “The Urban Ecology of Bias Crime: A Study of Disorganized and Defended Neighborhoods.” Social Problems 56 (1): 132-150. - Reprinted in Philip Bean. 2016. Hate Crime: Critical Concepts in Criminology. Routledge. - Reprinted in Tammy L. Anderson. 2014. Understanding Deviance: Connecting Classical and Contemporary Perspectives. Taylor & Francis. • Grattet, Ryken and Valerie Jenness. 2008. “Transforming Symbolic Law into Organizational Action: Hate Crime Policy and Law Enforcement Practice.” Social Forces 87(1): 1-28. - Reprinted in Philip Bean. 2016. Hate Crime: Critical Concepts in Criminology. Routledge. 4 Ryken Grattet--5 • Grattet, Ryken and Valerie Jenness. 2005. “The Reconstitution of Law in Local Settings: Agency Discretion, Ambiguity, and a Surplus of Law in the Policing of Hate Crime.” Law & Society Review 39 (4): 893-941. - Article Prize, 2007, American Sociological Association, Sociology of Law Section. - Reprinted in Erik Larson and Patrick Schmidt. 2014. The Law & Society Reader II. New York University Press. • Jenness, Valerie and Ryken Grattet. 2005. “The Law in Between: The Effects of Organizational Perviousness on the Policing of Hate Crime,” Social Problems 52 (3): 337359. • Grattet, Ryken and Valerie Jenness. 2001. “Examining the Boundaries of Hate Crime Law: Disabilities and the Dilemma of Difference.” The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 91 (3): 11-50. - Reprinted in Crimes of Hate: Selected Readings, 2003, edited by Phyllis Gerstenfeld and Diana Grant. New York: Sage Publications. - Reprinted in Hate and Bias Crime: A Reader, 2003, edited by Barbara Perry. New York: Routledge. • Grattet, Ryken and Valerie Jenness. 2001. “The Birth and Maturation of Hate Crime Policy in the U.S..” American Behavioral Scientist 45 (4): 668-696. - Reprinted in Ethnozentrismus-Rechtsextremismus-Jugendgewalt: Internationale Soziologische und Psychologische Perspektiven (Ethnocentrism, Rightwing Extremism, and Youth Violence: International Sociological and Psychological Perspectives), 2002, edited by Klaus Boehnke, Daniel Fuss, and John Hagan. Weinheim: Juventa. - Reprinted in Crimes of Hate: Selected Readings, 2003, edited by Phyllis Gerstenfeld and Diana Grant. New York: Sage Publications. - Reprinted in Hate and Bias Crime: A Reader, 2003, edited by Barbara Perry. New York: Routledge. - Reprinted in Crímenes de Odio: Violencias Silenciadas, 2006, edited by Carmen Millan. Bogotá: Cuadernos PENSAR- Editorial PUJ. • Phillips, Scott and Ryken Grattet. 2000. “Judicial Rhetoric, Meaning Making, and the Institutionalization of Hate Crime.” Law & Society Review 34: 567-606. - Awarded Article Prize, 2001, Law and Society Association. - Awarded Honorable Mention for Article Prize, 2001, American Sociological Association, Sociology of Law Section. • Grattet, Ryken, Valerie Jenness, and Theodore Curry. 1998. “The Homogenization and Differentiation of ‘Hate Crime’ Law in the U.S., 1978-1995: An Analysis of Innovation and Diffusion in the Criminalization of Bigotry.” American Sociological Review 63: 286-307. 5 Ryken Grattet--6 • Grattet, Ryken. 1997. “Sociological Perspectives on Legal Change: The Role of the Legal Field in the Transformation of the Common Law of Industrial Accidents.” Social Science History 21: 359-397. • Jenness, Valerie and Ryken Grattet. 1996. "The Criminalization of Hate: A Comparison of Structural and Polity Influences on the Passage of Bias Crime Legislation in the United States." Sociological Perspectives 39:129-154. • Inverarity, James M. and Ryken Grattet. 1989. "Institutional Responses to Unemployment: A Comparative Analysis of U.S. Trends, 1948-1985." Contemporary Crisis 13: 351-370. Book Chapters and Reviews: • Grattet, Ryken. 2016. Challenging Criminological Theory: The Legacy of Ruth Rosner Kornhauser, edited by Francis T. Cullen, Pamela Wilcox, Robert J. Sampson, and Brendan D. Dooley. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers. 2015. Advances in Criminological Theory, Volume 19. A book review in Contemporary Sociology 45(5): 591-2. • Grattet, Ryken. 2013. “Playing Politics with California’s Prison System.” Journal of California Politics and Policy 5(2): 313-315.. A book review of The Toughest Beat: Politics, Punishment, and the Prison Officers Union in California by Joshua Page. • Niemeier, Debbie A., Thomas Beamish, Alyssa Kendall, Ryken Grattet, Jonathan London, Carolyn de la Pena, and Julie Sze. 2012. “A Roadmap for Research: Characterizing the impacts of uncertainty in the policy process: Climate science, policy construction, and local governance decisions.” In Harry Geerlings, Yoram Shiftan, and Dominic Stead (editors) Transition towards Sustainable Mobility: The Role of Instruments, Individuals, and Institutions. Ashgate: Rotterdam. • Grattet, Ryken. 2011. “Review Essay: Prison State: The Challenge of Mass Incarceration by Bert Useem and Anne Morrison Piehl; The Politics of Imprisonment: How the Democractic Process Shapes the Way America Punishes by Vannessa Barker; and Sunbelt Justice: Arizona and the Transformation of American Punishment by Mona Lynch.” Law & Society Review 45 (3): 783-789. • Grattet, Ryken. 2011. “Labeling Theory.” The Routledge Handbook of Deviant Behavior. New York: Routledge. • Grattet, Ryken. 2005. “The Policy Nexus: Professional Networks and the Formulation and Adoption of Worker’s Compensation Reforms.” Pp. 177-206 in David Meyer, Valerie Jenness, and Helen Ingram (eds.) in Routing the Opposition: Social Movements, Public Policy, and Democracy. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. • Grattet, Ryken. 2004. “Policing Hatred: Law Enforcement, Civil Rights, and Hate Crime by Jeanine Bell,” a book review in Punishment and Society. • Felstiner, William L.F. and Ryken Grattet. 2003. "Sociolegal Studies" in A. Kuper (ed.) Social Science Encyclopedia. Routledge: London. (Revised and updated). • Grattet, Ryken. 2000. “The Atlanta Youth Murders and the Politics of Race by Bernard Headley.” a book review in Contemporary Sociology 29: 548-9. 6 Ryken Grattet--7 • Grattet, Ryken. 1998. “Substantiating a Worker’s Right to Compensation.” Pp. 287-312 in Connie L. McNeely (ed.) Public Rights, Public Rules: Constituting Citizens in the World Polity and National Policy. New York: Garland Publishing. • Grattet, Ryken. 1993. "Structural Contradictions and Institutional Production: The Case of Industrial Accident Law Revisited." Pp. 404-420 in William J. Chambliss and Marjorie Zatz (eds.) Making Law: The State and Structural Contradictions. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. Public and Policy Scholarship: • Tafoya, Sonya, Mia Bird, Viet Nguyen, and Ryken Grattet. Forthcoming. “Pretrial Release in California.” PPIC Report. Public Policy Institute of California. • Nguyen, Viet and Ryken Grattet. 2016. “Women in Jail” Viewpoints: The PPIC Blog (http://www.ppic.org/main/blog_index.asp). • Grattet, Ryken, Sonya Tafoya, Mia Bird, and Viet Nguyen. 2016. “California’s County Jails in the Era of Reform.” PPIC Report. Public Policy Institute of California. • Bird, Mia, Sonya Tafoya, Ryken Grattet, and Viet Nguyen. 2016. “How has Prop 47 affected California’s Jail Populuation.” PPIC Report. Public Policy Institute of California. • Martin, Brandon and Ryken Grattet. 2015. “Probation in California.” Just the Facts. Public Policy Institute of California. • Grattet, Ryken and Mia Bird. 2015. “Offenders have better outcomes when released to counties prioritizing reentry services rather than enforcement.” USAPP—American Politics and Policy blog (http://bit.ly/1HSoVyE) London School of Economics, USA Centre. • Martin, Brandon and Ryken Grattet. 2015. “Alternatives to Incarceration in California.” PPIC Report. Public Policy Institute of California. • Grattet, Ryken and Joseph Hayes. 2015. “California’s Changing Prison Population.” Just the Facts. Public Policy Institute of California. • Bird, Mia and Ryken Grattet. 2014. “Do Local Realignment Policies Affect Recidivism in California?” PPIC Report. Public Policy Institute of California. • Lofstrom, Magnus, Steven Raphael, and Ryken Grattet. 2014. “Is Public Safety Realignment Reducing Recidivism in California?” PPIC Report. Public Policy Institute of California. • Tafoya, Sonya, Ryken Grattet, and Mia Bird. 2014. “Corrections Realignment and Data Collection in California.” PPIC Report. Public Policy Institute of California. • Bohn, Sara, Marisol Cuellar Mejia, Caroline Danielson, Ellen Hanak, Ryken Grattet, Joseph Hayes, Laura Hill, Hans Johnson, Shannon McConville, Eric McGhee, Paul Warren, and Margaret Weston. 2014. California's Future. Public Policy Institute of California. • Grattet, Ryken. 2013. “Realignment in California: The Story So Far.” Special Report. The Crime Report (www.thecrimereport.org/news/inside-criminal-justice/2013-07-realignment-incalifornia-the-story-so-far) 7 Ryken Grattet--8 • Grattet, Ryken and Joseph Hayes. 2013. “California’s Changing Parole Population.” Just the Facts. Public Policy Institute of California. • Grattet, Ryken and Joseph Hayes. 2013. “California’s Changing Prison Population.” Just the Facts. Public Policy Institute of California. • Grattet, Ryken. 2013. “The Need for Better Public Safety Data Collection.” Viewpoints. Public Policy Institute of California. • Grattet, Ryken. 2013. “Corrections in California: Planning for a Better Future.” Featured Video. Public Policy Institute of California. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DzMjtC2jxS8&list=PL79EE48CBF0B345A8) • Grattet, Ryken and Joseph Hayes. 2013. “California Corrections.” Planning for a Better Future. Public Policy Institute of California. • Farabee, David, Ryken Grattet, Richard McCleary, Steven Raphael, and Susan Turner. 2011. “Expert Panel Report on the Inmate Classification Score System.” California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. • Grattet, Ryken, Joan Petersilia, Jeffrey Lin, and Ariel Whitworth. 2009. “Assessing Parole Violations and Revocations in California: Finding Strategies for the Future.” Perspectives: The Journal of the American Probation and Parole Association 33(3): 42-47. • Jenness, Valerie and Ryken Grattet. 2009. “CDCR Inmates with Serious Mental Health Conditions: Behavior, Treatment, and Management.” Report to Plata v. Schwarzenegger, Receiver, California Prison Health Care Services. • Grattet, Ryken, Joan Petersilia, and Jeffrey Lin. 2008. Parole Violations and Revocations in California. National Institute of Justice. Final Grant Report. • Grattet, Ryken, Jesse Jannetta, and Jeffrey Lin. 2006. Evidence-based Practices in Corrections: A Training Manual for the California Program Assessment Procedure. University of California, Irvine, Center for Evidence-based Corrections and the Office of Research, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. • Grattet, Ryken, Lori Asuncion, Brian Paciotti, and Betty Viscuso. 2006. “Characteristics of Female Offenders: Past and Present.” Research Report. The Office of Research, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. • Jenness, Valerie and Ryken Grattet. 2004. “Hate Crime Policy: Context and Content.” Campus Law Enforcement Journal 34(5): 22-32. (The trade magazine of the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators). • Jenness, Valerie and Ryken Grattet. 2004. “Policing Hate Crime in California,” A CPRC Policy Report. California Policy Research Center. - Excerpted as a CPRC Policy Brief, Vol. 16 (6), October 2004. • Grattet, Ryken. 2004.“Making the Most of General Orders” Police Chief LXX (2, February): 63-66. (The trade magazine of the International Association of Chiefs of Police). 8 Ryken Grattet--9 • Grattet, Ryken, Carlos A. Bravo, Fernando A. Murrain, Angela B. Quach, and Robert Vercoe. 2004. "Bias Crime in Sacramento, 1995-2002" eScholarship Repository California Digital Library. http://repositories.cdlib.org/ucdsoc/sacbias. • Jenness, Valerie and Ryken Grattet. 2003. “Law Enforcement,” a section of Hate Crimes and Incidents in Orange County in the Year 2002, published by the Orange County Human Relations Commission. • Grattet, Ryken and Valerie Jenness. 2001. “Policy Responses to the Victimization of Persons with Disabilities: An Assessment of the Viability of Using Hate Crime Law to Enhance the Status and Welfare of Persons with Disabilities.” Incorporated into Crime Victims with Developmental Disabilities, edited by Joan Petersilia, Joseph Foote, and Nancy A. Crowell. Washington, D.C.: The National Research Council/The National Academy of Sciences. • Ferber, Abby, Ryken Grattet, Valerie Jenness, and James F. Short. 2000. “Hate in America: What do We Know?” Issue Series in Social Research and Social Policy. American Sociological Association. • Grattet, Ryken. 2000. “Hate Crime: Better Data or Increasing Frequency?” Population Today 28: 1-4. Work in Progress Grattet, Ryken, Mia Bird, Viet Nguyen, and Sonya Tafoya. Under review. “California Jails Under Realignment and Proposition 47” Nguyen, Viet, Ryken Grattet, Mia Bird, and Sonya Tafoya. In progress. “California Probation in the Era of Reform.” PPIC Report. Public Policy Institute of California. Franco, Konrad, Zachary Psick, and Ryken Grattet. In Progress. “The Effect of Strain, Personal Affect, and Personal/Social Resources on Substance Abuse Among Incarcerated and Non-Incarcerated Youth: A Comparative Analysis.” Mascarenhas, Michael and Ryken Grattet. In progress. “Rethinking Environmental Racism: A Longitudinal Analysis of Toxic Waste and Race in the United States.” PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS Invited Presentations: • Grattet, Ryken, Mia Bird, Sonya Tafoya, and Viet Nguyen. 2016. “California County Jail and Probation Populations Under Realignment and Proposition 47.” California Corrections: Reform, Recidivism, and Crime Conference. Presley Center for Crime and Justice. University of California, Riverside. May 20th. • Grattet, Ryken. 2016. “Behind the Scenes: Translating Research into Policy and Practice.” A symposium with Ryken Grattet, Professor of Sociology, UC Davis, and Tom Kecskemethy, Executive Director of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. Department of Criminology, Law, and Society. University of California, Irvine. May 26th. • Grattet, Ryken and Mia Bird. 2014.”Realignment and Recidivism.” Realigning California Corrections: Legacies of the Past, the Great Experiment, and Trajectories for the Future. A 9 Ryken Grattet--10 National Science Foundation Workshop held at the University of California, Irvine, October 17-18, 2014. • Beamish, Thomas, Chris Benner, and Ryken Grattet. 2012. “Managing Climate Change and Ensuring Democracy—A Public Conversation with UC Davis Faculty.” An event in a series on “California: The Great Exception? Conversations on Environment, Health & Risk.” California Cultures Initiative, UC Davis Humanities Institute. • Beamish, Thomas, Ryken Grattet, and Deb Niemeier. 2011. ““Blueprinting Efficiencies? Planning Against Sprawl, Traffic Congestion, and Climate Change in California’s Central Valley.” Energy, Organizations, and Society Workshop. UC Davis. Davis, CA. • Grattet, Ryken. 2011. “Multilevel Governance, Crescive Troubles, and the Prospects for Managing Growth and Climate Change: Sacramento’s Experiments with Blueprinting.” International Institute for the Sociology of Law, Onati, Spain. • Grattet, Ryken. 2010. “Parole Violations, Revocations, and the California Prison Crisis: Research Findings and Policy Implications of the California Parole Study.” UC Sacramento Center. • Grattet, Ryken. 2010. “Parole Violations, Revocations, and the California Prison Crisis: Research Findings and Policy Implications of the California Parole Study.” UC Davis Law School. • Grattet, Ryken. 2010. “A Panel Discussion of Hate Crime/Hate Speech.” Lambda Law Students Association. UC Davis School of Law. • Grattet, Ryken. 2010. “A Public Sociology of Hate Crime.” Center for Diversity, Law, & Justice, Fairhaven College, Western Washington University. Bellingham, WA. • Grattet, Ryken. 2009. “Research Findings and Policy Implications of the California Parole Study.” Association of Criminal Justice Researchers, California. Sacramento, CA • Grattet, Ryken. 2008. “The Causes and Consequences of Parole Violations in California: A Multi-level and Policy-Focused Analysis. Findings of Violations and Revocations Analyses.” Community Corrections Research Network, The National Institute of Justice, Washington, D.C. • Grattet, Ryken, Joan Petersilia, and Jeff Lin. 2006. “Empirical Analysis of Parole Violations: California.” Conference on Back-end Sentencing and Technical Parole Violations. School of Law, Stanford University. • Grattet, Ryken, Joan Petersilia, and Jeff Lin. 2006. “The Causes and Consequences of Parole Violations in California: A Multi-level and Policy-Focused Analysis. Preliminary Findings.” Community Corrections Research Network, The National Institute of Justice, Washington, D.C. 10 Ryken Grattet--11 • Grattet, Ryken and Valerie Jenness. 2006. “Beyond Symbolic v. Instrumental Law: Hate Crime Policy and Law Enforcement Practice,” Center for Organizational Research Faculty Workshop. University of California, Irvine. • Grattet, Ryken. 2006. “The Reconstitution of Law in Local Settings: Agency Discretion, Ambiguity, and a Surplus of Law in the Policing of Hate Crime,” Workshop on Institutional Change and the Law, Department of Political Science, Northwestern University. • Grattet, Ryken and Joan Petersilia. 2005. “The Causes and Consequences of Parole Violations in California: A Multi-level and Policy-Focused Analysis.” Community Corrections Research Network, The National Institute of Justice, Washington, D.C. • Grattet, Ryken. 2002. “The Reception and Reinterpretation of Law in Local Settings: Responses to Hate Crime and Hate Crime Law among California Law Enforcement Agencies,” Center for Law and Society, Boalt Law School, University of California, Berkeley. • Grattet, Ryken. 2002. “The Policy Nexus: Professional Networks and the Formulation and Adoption of Worker’s Compensation Reforms,” Miniconference on Social Movements, Public Policy, and Democracy, University of California, Irvine. • Grattet, Ryken. 2000. “Criticism of and Critical Perspectives on Hate Crime Law in America.” Hate Crime: Critical Reflections, Birkbeck College, School of Law, University of London. London, England. • Grattet, Ryken and Valerie Jenness. 1999. “Policy Responses to the Victimization of Persons with Disabilities: An Assessment of the Viability of Using Hate Crime Law to Enhance the Status and Welfare of Persons with Disabilities.” Workshop on Crime Victims with Developmental Disabilities, the National Research Council/National Academy of Sciences. • Grattet, Ryken. 1999. “Bias Crime Politics and Public Policy: Building a Legal Response to Hate-motivated Violence.” Symposium on Hate Crime: A Multidisciplinary Discussion, Department of Political Science, University of California, Davis. • Jenness, Valerie and Ryken Grattet. 1998. “The Frontiers of Hate Crime Law: Sexual Orientation, Gender, and Others” International Conference on Hate Crimes, Brudnick Center for the Study of Conflict and Violence, Northeastern University. • Grattet, Ryken. 1998. “Legislative and Judicial Responses to Hate Crime: Institutionalization and the Creation of Law.” Department of Sociology, Temple University. • Grattet, Ryken. 1998. “Legislative and Judicial Responses to Hate Crime: Institutionalization and the Creation of Law.” Department of Sociology, University of Pennsylvania. • Grattet, Ryken. 1997. “The Diffusion of Hate Crime Legislation.” Institute of Governmental Affairs, Quantitative Social Science Symposium, University of California, Davis. • Grattet, Ryken. 1997. “Judicial Meaning-making and the Institutionalization of Hate Crime Law in the U.S..” Donald R. Cressey Memorial Lecture, Department of Sociology, University of California, Santa Barbara. 11 Ryken Grattet--12 • Grattet, Ryken. 1997. “Criminalization as Organizational Change: Homogenization and Differentiation in the Diffusion of Hate Crime Laws, 1978-1994.” Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University. • Grattet, Ryken. 1995. “At Play in the Field of the Law: Progressive Reformers and the Transformation of Industrial Accident Law.” The American Bar Foundation. Conference Presentations: • Bird, Mia and Ryken Grattet. 2016. “Realignment and Recidivism.” American Society of Criminology Meetings. New Orleans, LA. • Grattet, Ryken, Sonya Tafoya, and Mia Bird. 2015. “The BSCC-PPIC Multi-County Study.” Inaugural UC Consortium for Social Science and the Law. UC Irvine. October 17. • Grattet, Ryken, Mia Bird, and Sonya Tafoya. 2015. “Realignment and Recidivism.” American Society of Criminology Meetings. San Francisco, CA. • Grattet, Ryken. 2014. “BSCC-PPIC Multicounty Study Update.” Association of Criminal Justice Researchers, California, March 20th, Sacramento, CA. • Grattet, Ryken. 2011. Reader. Author Meets Reader Panel, Kitty Calavita’s An Invitation to Law& Society. Law and Society Association Meetings. San Francisco, CA. • Grattet, Ryken. 2011. Panelist. “The Future of Law and Social Science Workshop.” National Science Foundation. Chicago-Kent College of Law, Chicago, IL. • Grattet, Ryken. 2010. Presenter. 100th Anniversary Panel for Roscoe Pound’s Article “Law in Books and Law in Action.” Law and Society Association Meetings. Chicago, IL. • Grattet, Ryken. 2009. Organizer, Panelist. “Punishment in the Era of Budget Crises.” Retreat of the West Coast Law & Society Scholars. Stanford University. School of Law. • Grattet, Ryken. 2009. Presenter. “Supervision Regimes and Parole Violations.” Law and Society Association meetings. Denver, Colorado. • Grattet, Ryken. 2008. Discussant. “Law and Social Movements.” Law and Society Association meetings. Montreal, Canada. • Grattet, Ryken. 2007. Presider, Author Meets Readers Panel, Jeff Manza and Christopher Uggen’s Locked Out: Felon Disenfranchisement and American Democracy, American Sociological Association Meetings, New York, NY. • Grattet, Ryken, Joan Petersilia, and Jeff Lin. 2006.“The Causes and Consequences of Parole Violations in California: A Multi-level and Policy-Focused Analysis. Preliminary Findings.” American Society of Criminology meetings, Los Angeles, California. • Grattet, Ryken. 2006. “Research Support for Correctional/ Criminal Justice Agencies-Expansion and New Models.” American Society of Criminology meetings, Los Angeles, California. 12 Ryken Grattet--13 • Grattet, Ryken. 2004. Presider and Discussant, Regular Session on Law and Social Movements, American Sociological Association meetings, San Francisco, California. • Jenness, Valerie and Ryken Grattet. 2004. “Conceptualizing the Law-in-Between: The Effects of Organizational Permeability and Community Factors on the Policing of Hate Crime.” American Sociological Association meetings, San Francisco, California. • Grattet, Ryken and Valerie Jenness. 2004. “The Reconstitution of Law in Local Settings: Agency Discretion, Ambiguity, and a Surplus of Law in the Policing of Hate Crime.” Pacific Sociological Association meetings, San Francisco, California. • Jenness, Valerie and Ryken Grattet. 2003. Making Hate a Crime. Author Meets Critics Panel, American Society of Criminology meetings, Denver, Colorado. • Grattet, Ryken. 2003. Reader, Policing Hatred by Jeannine Bell. Author Meets Readers Panel, Law and Society Association meetings, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. • Jenness, Valerie and Ryken Grattet. 2003. Making Hate a Crime, Author Meets Reader Panel, Law and Society Association meetings, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Public and Policy Presentations: • Invited Presenter. 2017. “Challenges of collecting baseline mental health data for jail populations” California Summit for “Stepping Up.” Council of State Government. January 18th. • Invited Presenter. 2016. “BSCC-PPIC Multicounty Study Update.” California State Association of Counties and County Administrative Officers Association of California. October 21st. • Invited Presenter. 2016. “PPIC-BSCC Multicounty Study: Project overview and potential for mental health data” Commission on Mentally Ill Offenders (COMIO). California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. Sacramento, CA. September 15th. • Webinar Presentation. “Realignment and Recidivism.” Reforming State Policy on Sentencing and Collateral Consequences. The Sentencing Project and the American Academy of Political and Social Science Research. March 29th, 2016. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yw5k4psQBVA) • Panelist. “The Evolving Legal and Policy Context of Incarceration.” Panel on The Great Divide: Crime, Incarceration and their Consequences. UC Davis Campus Book Project. January 27th, 2016. • Webinar Presentation. 2016. “The Great Experiment: Realigning Criminal Justice in California and Beyond .” A webinar hosted by The Sentencing Project in collaboration with the American Academy of Political and Social Science. February 29th. 13 Ryken Grattet--14 • Invited Presenter. 2016. “BSCC-PPIC Multicounty Study Update.” Commission on Mentally Ill Offenders (COMIO). California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. Sacramento, CA. January 20th. • Presenter. 2015. “BSCC-PPIC Multicounty Study Update.” Orange County Community Corrections Partnership. September 17th • Presenter. 2014. “Alternatives to Incarceration in California?” James Irvine Foundation Briefing Series. Public Policy Institute of California. May 7th. Sacramento, CA. • Keynote Address. 2015. “California Corrections Realignment: Opportunities and Challenges in the Public Policy Institute of California's Multi-county Study” the Fourth Annual Institutional Corrections Research Network /National Corrections Reporting Program Data Providers Meeting. The National Institute of Corrections, the Bureau of Justice Statistics, and the Crime and Justice Institute. Aurora, CO. March 31st. • Invited Presenter. 2015. “BSCC-PPIC Multicounty Study Update.” California State Association of Counties and County Administrative Officers Association of California. January 29th. • Presenter. 2014. “Do Local Realignment Policies Affect Recidivism in California?” James Irvine Foundation Briefing Series. Public Policy Institute of California. August 24th. Sacramento, CA. • Invited Presenter. 2014. “BSCC-PPIC Multicounty Study Update.” Board of State and Community Corrections Data Committee, May 7th, Sacramento, CA. • Invited Presenter. 2014. “BSCC-PPIC Multicounty Study Update.” California State Association of Counties and County Administrative Officers Association of California, February 5th, Long Beach, CA. • Invited Presenter. 2013. “BSCC-PPIC Multicounty Study (MCS).” Third Annual Conference on Public Safety Realignment, Innovations in Public Safety and Justice in California, Sponsored by California State Association of Counties, California State Sheriffs Association, and the Chief Probation Officers of California. October 24th. Sacramento, CA. • Presenter. 2013. “Corrections and Realignment.” Statewide Leadership Council meeting. Public Policy Institute of California. October 18th. San Francisco, CA. • Invited Presenter. 2013. “BSCC-PPIC Multicounty Study (MCS)”. Board of State and Community Corrections. Presentation of the MCS for the BSCC Field Representatives. September 28th. Sacramento, CA. • Invited Presenter. 2013. “Public Policy Institute of California 11 County Research Project”. California Criminal Justice Analysts Forum. California State Association of Counties. September 20th. Sacramento, CA. • Invited Presenter. 2013. “Best Practices: Overview of Reentry and Realignment Research and Successful Strategies for Reducing Recidivism.” Reentry & Reintegration: New Hope. A 14 Ryken Grattet--15 Public Forum Organized by State Senator Loni Hancock and Assemblymember Bill Quirk. October 3rd. Oakland, CA. • Presenter. 2013. “Public Policy Institute of California Research Pilot Project to Identify Best Practices Among County Corrections Agencies and Measure Offender Behavior and System Performance.” County of Sacramento. Community Corrections Partnership. July 18th, Sacramento. • Legislative Testimony. 2013. “The Need for Better Public Safety Data Collection.” Testimony to the California Senate Budget and Fiscal Review Subcommittee No. 5 on Corrections, Public Safety, and The Judiciary. March 20th, Sacramento. • Invited Presenter. 2013. “The Three Most Important Questions About Realignment.” California Chiefs of Police. February 24th, Palm Springs. • Invited Presenter. 2013. “Researching California’s Public Safety Realignment.” California State Association of Counties and County Administrative Officers Association of California. January 20th. • Presenter. 2012. “Measuring Performance and Outcomes of Public Safety Realignment.” California Sheriff’s Association. December 7th, Oakland. • Presenter. 2012. “Incapacitation and Crime.” Symposium for Law Enforcement Executives, Californian’s for Safety and Justice. November 8th, Los Angeles. • Presenter. 2012. “Measuring Performance and Outcomes of Public Safety Realignment.” California Board of State and Community Corrections. November 7th, Sacramento. • Presenter. 2012. Press Conference on Research Report on the CDCR Inmate Classification System. New York Times and Associated Press. • Invited Presenter. 2012. “Research on the CDCR Inmate Classification System.” California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. Briefing provided the lawyers involved in the Coleman and Plata cases, Attorney General’s Office, and the Department of Finance. • Invited Presenter. 2012. “Research on the CDCR Inmate Classification System.” California Senate Office of Research. Briefing provided to staff from the Senative Office of Research, the Legislative Analysts Office, Department of Finance, and California Senate and Legislators. • Invited Presenter. 2011. “Crime, Violence, and Punishment in California.” University Retirement Community. March 16th. • Panelist. 2011. Symposium on the play “Come Hell and High Water” by Dominque Serrand. Main Theater. UC Davis. March 11th. 15 Ryken Grattet--16 • Guest. 2009. “Prison Crisis: Parole, Rehabilitation, Reentry.” These Days (with Maureen Cavanaugh). KPBS. National Public Radio. October 8th. (http://www.kpbs.org/news/2009/oct/08/prison-crisis-parole-rehabilitation-reentry/) • Grattet, Ryken. 2009. Guest, “Will Latest Calif. Prison Legislation Fix Major Problems?” These Days (with Maureen Cavanaugh). KPBS. National Public Radio. September 16th. (http://www.kpbs.org/news/2009/sep/16/will-latest-calif-prison-legislation-fix-major-pro/). • Webinar Presentation. 2009. “Parole Violations and Revocations: Evidence-Based Responses to California in Crisis” On-line Conference. Ash Institute for Democratic Governance and Innovation. Kennedy School of Government. Harvard University. July 8th. (http://www.innovations.harvard.edu/xchat-transcript.html?chid=335). • Guest. 2009. “Parole Reform.” Forum (with Michael Krasny). KQED. Northern California Public Radio. March 26th. (http://www.kqed.org/epArchive/R903260900). • Guest. 2009. “Does the California Parole System Need to Be Rebuilt?” Which Way LA? KCRW, National Public Radio. March 24th. (http://www.kcrw.com/news/programs/ww/ww090324does_californias_par). • Panelist. 2008. “The Causes and Consequences of Parole Violations in California: A Multilevel and Policy-Focused Analysis. Findings of Violations and Revocations Analyses.” Winter Training Institute, American Probation and Parole Association meetings, Phoenix, Arizona. • Invited Presenter. 2007. “What Research is For.” Division of Adult Parole Operations, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation and Contra Costa County Department of Education. Tahoe City, California. • Trainer. 2007. “California Program Assessment Procedures (CPAP).” Expert Panel’s ad-hoc CPAP Rating Team. California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Office of Research, and the Center for Evidence-based Corrections, University of California, Irvine. Sacramento, California. • Press Conference (with Secretary Jeanne S. Woodford). 2006. Press Conference. “Recidivism Rates.” California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. • Trainer. 2006. “California Program Assessment Procedures (CPAP).” California Department of Corrections, Community Collaborative Forum. Galt, California. • Trainer. 2006. “Evidence-based Practices in Corrections.” California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Female Institutions Staff. Sacramento, California. • Legislative Testimony. 2004. Omnibus Hate Crime Bill. California State Senate, Committee on Public Safety. Sacramento, California. • Panelist. 2004. Panelist. “After Laramie: A Dialogue on Legal Rights and Social Change.” Panel Discussion following a performance of the Moises Kaufman play The Laramie Project. River Stage Theater, Visual and Performing Arts Center, Cosumnes River College. Sacramento, California. 16 Ryken Grattet--17 • Guest. 2001. Guest, Proletarian Revolution, Radio Talk Show, KDVS, Davis, California. • Legislative Briefing. 1999. “Hate Crime in America,” U.S. Congressional Briefing and Seminar, American Sociological Association Briefing Series, Washington, D.C.. • Press Conference. 1999. “Hate in America: What do we know?” American Sociological Association Meetings, Chicago, Illinois. • Presenter. 1997. Workshop on Hate Crimes. Multicultural Immersion Program. University of California, Davis. • Legislative Testimony. 1995. Hate Crime Legislation, State of Louisiana House of Representatives, Committee on The Administration of Criminal Justice. Baton Rouge, Louisiana. • Invited Presenter 1994. “Legal Responses to Hate Motivated Violence and Intimidation.” The Working Group on Jewish-African American Relations. Baton Rouge, Louisiana TEACHING Courses: • Law and Society • The Civil Justice System • Crime Policy Analysis • Social Conflict • Sociology of Deviance • Hate Crimes • Research Methods in Law and Social Science • Graduate Seminar in Law and Society • Graduate Seminar in the Logic of Social Inquiry Mentoring: • Honors Thesis Advisor in Sociology. 1997-2017. • Faculty Mentor, Ronald E. McNair Post- Baccalaureate Achievement Program. University of California, Davis. 1997, 1998, 2002, & 2003. • Faculty Mentor, MURALS Program. Mentorships for Undergraduate Researchers in Agriculture, Letters, and Science Program. University of California, Davis. 1997 & 2002. • Faculty Mentor, Institute for Governmental Affairs Undergraduate Research Fellows Program. 1997. • Student Research Director for the Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Acheivement Program. Louisiana State University. 1995-1996. PROFESSIONAL AND COMMUNITY SERVICE Professional Service (Previous 5 Years): 17 Ryken Grattet--18 • Chair-elect, Chair, and Past-Chair. 2012-15. American Sociological Association, Sociology of Law Section. • Chair, 2012. Graduate Student Paper Award Committee. American Sociological Association. Sociology of Law Section. • Advisory Editor. 2011-2012. Social Problems. Journal of the Society For the Study of Social Problems. • Panelist. 2010-12. National Science Foundation. Law and Social Sciences Program. • Committeemember. 2011. Graduate Student Paper Award Committee. American Sociological Association. Sociology of Law Section. • Planning Committee. 2008-9. Subcommittee on Panels. West Coast Law and Society Retreat. Planning for Stanford Meetings in October 2009. • Committeemember. 2008. Distinquished Book Prize Committee. American Sociological Association, Sociology of Law Section. Reviewing: • Social Forces • American Journal of Sociology • American Sociological Review • Social Problems • Law and Society Review • Criminology • Punishment and Society • Crime, Law, & Social Change • Social Psychology Quarterly • National Science Foundation • Journal of Urban Affairs • National Institute of Justice 1996-2008 2006-2008 1996-2004 2000-2010 1997-2011 2002-2015 2007 2009 2004 2000-2010 2010-2012 2009 Memberships: • American Sociological Association • Pacific Sociological Association • Law and Society Association • American Society of Criminology • Society for the Study of Social Problems Public Service: • Committeemember. 2014-2016. Executive Steering Committee: Research and Data Committee. Board of State and Community Corrections. • Interviewee. 2013 (July 22nd). “California board teams with non-partisan research group to measure realignments’ effects.” Represent! Politics, government, and public life for Southern California. 89.3 KPCC: Southern California Public Radio. (www.scpr.org) 18 Ryken Grattet--19 • Interviewee. 2013 (July 5th). “Probation in the Dark on Some Arriving Inmates.” Associated Press. • Interviewee. 2013 (March 19th). “Gov. Jerry Brown Takes Notice of Realignment Complaints.” Sacramento Bee. • Interviewee. 2013 (March 20th). “California Realignment: LA Shootings May Be Linked to Inmates Released On the Streets.” Huffington Post. • Interviewee. 2011. (November 30th ) “Hate Expectations: Police and Prosecutors Are Quick to Claim the Presence of Racism—but Juries Are Not So Sure.” SF Weekly. • Reviewer. 2012. (August) Steven Raphael’s “The Effects of California’s Criminal Justice Realignment on the State’s Crime Rate and Prison and Jail Populations through December 2011.” California Office of the Attorney General. • Panelist. 2010-2011. Expert Panel on the CDCR Inmate Classification Score System. California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. • Interviewee. 2011 (March 16th), Mother Jones “What Makes a Hate Crime a Hate Crime?”. • Interviewee. 2010. San Diego Union Tribune. (April 7th). “More Gardener Parole Issues: Sex Offender Lived Near School Longer Than Previously Known.” • Interviewee. 2010. Dateline UC Davis (March 12th). News for Campus Faculty and Staff. Davis, California. “Dealing with Prejudice: Enforcement, Education Keys to Fighting Bigotry.” • Interviewee. 2010. KCRA Reports (January 27th). KCRA Television Evening News Program. Sacramento, CA. Segment on Parole Reform. • Guest. 2009. (October 8th). KPBS. Radio Public Affairs Show. These Days (with Maureen Cavanaugh. San Diego. “Prison Crisis: Parole, Rehabilitation, and Reentry.” • Guest. 2009. (September 16th). KPBS. Radio News Show: These Days (with Maureen Cavanaugh. San Diego. “Will Latest Calif. Prison Legislation Fix Major Problems?”. • Research Discussed. 2009 (August 26th). New York Times. Editorial on “California is Failing the Prison Test.” • Interviewee. 2009 (May 12th). KTVU. Television News. Oakland. • Interviewee. 2009 (April 10th). KAWL San Francisco. Radio News Show: Crosscurrents. • Interviewee. 2009 (April 9th). KCBS San Francisco. CBS Radio News Show: Sovern Nation (with Doug Sovern). • Interviewee. 2009. (March 30th). KPCC News. Southern California Public Radio. “Reforming the California Parole System.” • Guest. 2009. (March 26th). KQED. Forum (with Michael Krasny). KQED. “Parole Reform.”. 19 Ryken Grattet--20 • Guest. 2009. (March 24th) KCRW. Which Way LA? “Does the California Parole System Need to Be Rebuilt?”. • Interviewee. 2009 (March 23rd). “In Oakland, Tracing the Bloody Chain of Events.” Los Angeles Times A1 • Interviewee. 2009 (March 24th). “Flawed System Strains to Monitor Ex-Prisoners” San Francisco Chronical A11. • Research Discussed. 2008 (October 25th). New York Times. Editorial on “The California Prison Disaster.” • Contributing Author and Ad-hoc Coordinating Committeemember for the Budget Act of 2006. “The Recidivism Reduction Budget Change Proposal.” California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. Sacramento, California. • Interviewee. 2006. Associated Press. On recidivism statistics. • Participant. 2005. “Performance Measurement of the Strategic Plan for the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation,” Little Hoover Commission. State of California. Sacramento, California. • Panelist. 2004. “Stop Hate Against Our Community,” Orange County Hate Crime Network Meeting, Orange County Human Relations Commission. Costa Mesa, California. • Expert. 2004. California State Senate, Committee on Public Safety. (Contributed to formulation and Testified on behalf of SB 1234, The Omnibus Hate Crime Bill). • Expert/Consultant. 2003. Certified Academy Course Curriculum on Anti-Abortion Violence, California Police Officer’s Standards and Training. Sacramento, California. • Interviewee. 2001. Palo Alto Weekly, KCRA Sacramento TV. On hate crime cases. • Peer Reviewer and Consultant. 2000. Youth Hate Crime Prevention Grant Program. Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice. • Legislative advising. Hate Crime Bills. 2000. California State Senate. Sacramento, California. (At the request of Senators Hayden and Ortiz). • Advisor. 2000. National Crime Victimization Survey. Bureau of Justice Statistics, U.S. Department of Justice. Washington, DC. • Interviewee. 1999. USA Today, Chicago Tribune, LA Times, Criminal Justice Quarterly Newsletter, Yomiuri Shimbun (Tokyo Newspaper). On hate crime. University Service: • Committeemember. Division of Social Sciences, Dean’s Advisory Committee. 2015-2016. • Committeemember. Planning Committee for Center for Sustainable Community Justice. 2012. King School of Law. University of California, Davis. 20 Ryken Grattet--21 • Committeemember. Faculty Personnel Committee. 2011-2012. King School of Law. University of California, Davis. • Panelist. Production Symposium. 2011. Come Hell and High Water. Written and Directed by Dominique Serrand. Department of Theater and Dance. University of California, Davis. • UC Task Force on Corrections. 2010. Convened by Dean Christopher Edley, Boalt Law School, UC Berkeley at the request of UC President Mark Yudof. • Graduate Advisor and Admissions Chair. 2003-2007. Department of Sociology, University of California, Davis. • Organizer. Edwin Lemert Memorial Lecture. 2003.University of California, Davis. • Davis Division Representative (alternate). 2003. University-wide Academic Senate, University of California. • Committee chair. 2002. 5-Year Program Evaluation for the University of California, Davis Washington Center. • Departmental Representative. 1996-2000. 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