Meghan Aileen Novisky
 Title: Assistant Professor
 Dept: Criminology Anthropology & Sociology
 Office: RT 1740
 Phone: 216-687-4554
 Address: 2121 Euclid Ave. RT 1740, Cleveland, OH 44115

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Research Keywords:
Corrections, incarceration, health, health disparities, victimization, interpersonal violence, intimate partner violence, program evaluation, evidence based practices, criminal justice
Ph.D., Sociology, Kent State University, 2016
Brief Bio:
Meghan received her Ph.D. in Sociology from Kent State University in 2016. Her research focuses primarily on the collateral health consequences of incarceration, victimization, and policy development. To date, her publications have appeared in outlets such as Justice Quarterly, the Journal of Interpersonal Violence, and Violence Against Women. In addition to her research experience, Meghan has an extensive background in applied criminal justice. She has worked with the University of Cincinnati's Corrections Institute (UCCI) since 2009 as an evidence based programming consultant and trainer and she managed a rape crisis center for several years prior to joining UCCI.
Research Interests:
Collateral Consequences of Incarceration
Criminal Justice Policy
Evidence Based Corrections
Mixed Methods
Professional Affiliations:
American Society of Criminology
The Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences
American Sociological Association
University Service:
Co-Faculty Advisor for the Sociology and Criminology Undergraduate Student Club
Research Grants:
Cleveland State University Faculty Scholarship Initiative, Examining the Impact of Unmet Health Related Needs and Exposure to Trauma during Incarceration on Ease of Reentry. Principal Investigator - $5,822.93.

Kent State University Graduate Student Senate, Older Male Inmates and the Factors that Influence Preferences for Advance Care Directives. Principal Investigator - $3,000.00.