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					                          CURRICULUM VITA

                      DAVID W. TUSHAUS, J.D.

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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

Missouri Western State University:

Chairperson         - Department of Criminal Justice/Legal Studies, 2005 – present

Professor – Criminal Justice/Legal Studies, 2010 – Present
Graduate Faculty – Criminal Justice/Legal Studies, 2007 - Present
Associate Professor – Criminal Justice/Legal Studies, 2004 - 2010
Assistant Professor – Criminal Justice/Legal Studies, 1999 – 2004
                      Missouri Western State College

Coordinator – Legal Studies Program, 2002 – 2005
              Missouri Western State College

Adjunct Graduate Faculty – University of Missouri – Columbia, 2001

Adjunct Faculty – Missouri Western State College

Managing Attorney – Legal Aid of Western Missouri, 1985 – 1999


PUBLICATIONS:

      Lee, H., Jang, H. (., Yun, I., Lim, H., Tushaus, D. W. (2010). An examination of
       contextual and police training influencing police use of force: A multilevel model.
       Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management.
       info.emeraldinsight.com/products/journals/journals.htm?id=pijpsm

      Kissock, S., Tushaus, D. W. (2010). Promoting Civic Engagement in a Learning
       Community. Journal of Learning Communities Research, 5(1), 65-76.

      Tushaus, D. W. (2009). Teaching Election Law to Promote Civic Engagement,
       Academic Exchange Quarterly, 13(1).

      Katz, J. & Tushaus, D. W. (2008). Terrorism and Human Rights: The South
       African and Northern Ireland Experience, The Journal of the Institute of Justice &
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      International Studies, (8).

     Tushaus, D. W. (2007). Election Protection Through Service Learning, National
      Society for Experiential Education Quarterly Journal, 32(3). Retrieved January
      19, 2008 from http://www.nsee.org/enews/2007/Vol32_No3_SUMMER/1-
      tushaus.php.

     American Bar Association Interim Report for continuation of the Legal Studies
      program’s ABA approval and supplemental report (2005).

     Tushaus, D. W. (2003). The Use of Pro Bono Work in Paralegal Education.
      Journal of Paralegal Education and Practice, 19, 69-105.

     Missouri House Bill 1384 – The Parental Child Support Responsibility Program
      written testimony (2002).

     Missouri House Bill 1384 – The Parental Child Support Responsibility Program
      legislation drafted for Representative Tim Harlan to file in the 2002 state
      legislative session (2001).

     Food Stamp Program written testimony before the U.S. Department of
      Agriculture on continuation and modification of the Food Stamp program (2000).

     Trial Practice for Paralegals: A Case Study Approach textbook review (2000).

     Tushaus, D. W. (1999-2000). Legally Speaking. Advocacy News. A series of
      articles for the UCP Advocacy Newsletter.

Monographs

     Katz, J., Tushaus, D. W. (2010). From the Classroom to the Polling Site: College
      Student Poll Worker Service Learning Project Manual.

PRESENTATIONS:

     Tushaus, D. W., Katz, J., “"Approaches to Civic Engagement in Elections and
      Student Responses to their Experiences: From Volunteers to Service Learning."
      American Democracy Project National Meeting on Diversity and Civic
      Engagement, Orlando, Florida, June 2011.

     Tushaus, D. W. (Presenter & Author), "Creating an Online Curriculum in a
      Criminal Justice Department," American Criminal Justice Sciences, Toronto,
      Canada. (March 5, 2011).




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   Tushaus, D. W., Katz, J., " Service Learning and Citizenship: The Student Poll
    Worker Project," Applied Learning in Higher Education, St. Joseph, MO.
    (February 2011).

   Katz, J., Tushaus, D. W. (Other), UN Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal
    Justice, "Suffrage, Service Learning and the Rule of Law," United Nations,
    Salvador, Brazil. (April 2010).

   Tushaus, D. W. (Presenter & Author), Katz, J. (Presenter & Author), Annual
    Meeting, "Suffrage, Service Learning, and the Rule of Law," American Criminal
    Justice Sciences, San Diego, California. (February 27, 2010).

   Tushaus, D. W. (Presenter & Author), Wilson, K. (Presenter & Author), Annual
    Meeting, "Establshing and Using an Outdoor Forensic Scene Research Facility for
    Criminal Justice Education," American Criminal Justice Sciences, San Diego,
    CA. (February 26, 2010).

   Jang, H. (. (Presenter & Author), Lee, J. (Presenter & Author), Lee, H. (Author
    Only), Tushaus, D. W. (Author Only), Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences
    47th Annual Meeting, "Does a Crackdown on Prostitution Increase the Rape
    Rate? A Korean Experience.," ACJS, San Diego, CA. (February 25, 2010).

   Election Law as a Service Learning Experience, co-presenting with Joanne Katz
    at the American Association for Paralegal Education, Portland, Oregon, presented
    October 30, 2009.

   Utilizing Service Learning to Provide Access to Justice and as a Catalyst for
    Student Engagement, a panel discussion at the American Association for
    Paralegal Education, Portland, Oregon, presented October 28, 2009.

   Election 2008: Faculty and Student Perspectives, co-presented with Missouri
    Western State University students Kayla Kelder and Theresa Grieshaber at
    American Democracy Project National Meeting on Diversity and Civic
    Engagement, Baltimore, MD, June 13, 2009.

   Applied learning through Innocence Projects American Criminal Justice Science's
    annual conference on March 12, 2009.

   A Dream Deferred: Has Dr. King's dream been realized or is it dead? panel
    presentation, Missouri Western State University, invited, January 19, 2009.

   The Fight for Democracy: Lessons from Northern Ireland and South Africa
    presented at the American Democracy Project’s National Conference in June,
    2008.



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   From Theory to Practice: The NSEE Experiential Education Academy poster
    presented at Missouri Western State University’s Conference on Applied
    Learning in Higher Education in February 23, 2007.

   Domestic Violence and Protective Orders: What Missouri Courts Provide
    presentation to the Buchanan County Domestic Task Force in 2007.

   Election Protection through Service Learning presented at the National Society
    for Experiential Education national conference in Nashville, Tennessee, October,
    2006.

   Domestic Violence and Protective Orders: What Missouri Courts Provide student
    presentation at the Summer Research Institute’s poster presentation day in July,
    2006.

   Protecting Democracy: The Right to Vote paper presented at the International
    Consortium on Experiential Learning, Lancaster, England, July, 2006.

   Interdisciplinary Collaboration: Applied Learning with State Government, June
    27, 2006.

   Students Protecting Democracy paper presented at the American Democracy
    Project’s National Conference in June, 2006.

   The First Amendment and Hate Speech presented to prospective students at the
    Western Challenge, March, 2006.

   Democracy as an Applied Learning Opportunity, Missouri Western State
    University’s Conference on Applied Learning in Higher Education, February 11,
    2006.

   Current Legal Issues: Washington D.C. as a Study Away Applied Learning
    Opportunity poster presented at Missouri Western State University’s Conference
    on Applied Learning in Higher Education, February 10, 2006.

   Combining Applied Learning with Community Service symposium, Missouri
    Western State University’s Conference on Applied Learning in Higher Education,
    February 10, 2006.

   Election Law and Poll Monitoring: When scholarship meets civic engagement,
    Missouri Campus Compact statewide conference, September 2005.

   Using Powerpoint, American Association for Paralegal Educators’ National
    Conference, October, 2005.



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   Election Protection involved developing curriculum and training volunteers from
    labor unions, college campuses, and the legal profession in election law and
    personal advocacy skills to monitor polling places and answer a regional
    telephone hotline. October and November 2004.

   Child Support Insurance, Summer Research Institute’s poster presentation day in
    July, 2004.

   Using Pro Bono Work in Paralegal Education, American Association for
    Paralegal Educators’ National Conference, October, 2003.

   Panel on Student Evaluations “Fear and Dread at the Mailbox: Coping with
    Student Comments”, Missouri Western State College, January, 2003.

   Missouri House Bill 1384 – The Parental Child Support Responsibility Program
    oral testimony (2002).

   First Day Ideas, Missouri Western State College Center for Excellence on
    Teaching orientation (2002).

   Food Stamp Program oral testimony before the U.S. Department of Agriculture
    on continuation and modification of the Food Stamp program (August 3, 2000).

   Missouri Association of Social Welfare Annual Conference on Welfare Reform
    on why Missouri should not implement full-family sanctions when recipients do
    not meet the two-year work requirement. Presented in 1996.

   Teaching Poverty Law, American Association for Paralegal Educators’ National
    Conference in Kansas City, October 1998.

   St. Joseph Bar Association presentation on the legal issues of survivors of the
    1993 flood disaster.

   Missouri Bar Association Continuing Legal Education Farm Law program.
    Served as moderator for program designed to train and recruit volunteer attorneys
    for the statewide farm project.

   Missouri Bar Association Continuing Legal Education Farm Law program.
    Presented on the loan servicing programs available to farmers from the Farmers
    Home Administration.

   Community legal education seminars to various groups, including: employment
    law for directors of child care centers, January 20, 2004; poverty law issues for
    Lutheran Children Services social workers, summer 2003; estate planning for the
    disabled at the “No More Stares Conference”, fall 2002 and 2003; consumer law,


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      government benefits law, housing law and family law issues to Head Start parents
      on several occasions.


GRANTS:

     Missouri Western State University Strategic Planning Implementation Funds
      grant, Department of Criminal Justice and Legal Studies, Principal Investigator
      for grant for faculty to develop on-line courses for the 2010 to 2012 academic
      year. Approximately $74,100.

     Federal Election Assistance Commission Help America Vote College Program,
      Principal Investigator for grant for $74,807 for the 2009 – 2010 year.

     Missouri Western State University Strategic Planning Implementation Funds,
      Principal Investigator for grant for Department of Criminal Justice and Legal
      Studies faculty to develop on-line courses for the 2009 to 2010 academic year.
      Approximately $36,900 plus training.

     Stop Violence Against Women Act, Principal Investigator for initial grant to fund
      an attorney in each of Legal Aid of Western Missouri’s three rural offices to
      represent women in obtaining orders of protection against abusers. First awarded
      in the 1990’s, this grant has continued to be renewed through 2009.

     Various grants for travel to regional, national, and international conferences and
      to develop study away programs, including Ireland, England, Europe, and South
      Africa.


PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AND AWARDS:

     Governor of Missouri Award for Excellence in Education, 2011.

     Emerald Literati Network Award for Excellence in 2011 for the “Highly
      Commended” article: An examination of contextual and police training
      influencing police use of force: A multilevel model. Policing: An International
      Journal of Police Strategies and Management.
      info.emeraldinsight.com/products/journals/journals.htm?id=pijpsm

     Patriot Award for supporting participation in America’s National Guard and
      Reserve Force.

     Distinguished Service Award, First Christian Church. (November 14, 2010).




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   Drum Major for Justice Award, Center for Multicultural Education. (January
    21, 2010).

   Missouri Western State University Board of Governors Distinguished
    Professor Award, 2009.

   Missouri Western State University Graduate Faculty member, 2007 to present.

   Faculty Senate Scholarship Committee, Chair 2008 to present.

   Faculty Senate Scholarship Committee, member 2007-08

   ADA committee, 2000 to present.

   Persepolis common reading for Griffon Edge, 2009.

   Registration and Orientation faculty panel on faculty expectations, 2008 and
    2009.

   Critical Thinking Committee, February 2006 to 2008.

   Performance Based Salary and Faculty Evaluations, September 2008 to 2009.

   Registrar search committee, fall 2007.

   Dean search committees, February – May, 2006, and September to December,
    2006.

   Faculty Senate 2004 – 2006.

   Faculty Senate Liaison to the Curriculum Committee 2004 – 2006.

   General Studies Committee, 2002.

   Maintain license to practice law in Missouri, which includes a minimum of 15
    hours of continuing legal education annually, 1985 to present.

   Grass Roots Organizing Leadership Award, 2004.

   Professional with a Heart Award for dedicated service to persons with
    disabilities for legal representation provided to disabled individuals, their
    families, and organizations supporting disabled persons, 2003.




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     Missouri Association for Social Welfare Award for Health Law Advocacy for
      work toward consumer protections in Missouri medical assistance program, 1994.

     Missouri Bar Agricultural Law Committee member 1986-1992, vice president
      1989-90, president 1990-91.

     Judge, High School debate tournaments, 2007 to present.

PROFESSIONAL AND COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES:

     Present Governing Board Member, Legal Aid of Western Missouri St. Joseph Bar
      Association Appointee and Vice-President, Legal Aid of Western Missouri, St.
      Joseph Advisory Board.

     President of Governing Board, Community Action Partnership.

     Secretary and past Moderator, First Christian Church, St. Joseph, Missouri.

     Present Advisory Board member, Salvation Army, St. Joseph.

     Present Advisory Board member, Community Housing Ministries Board for low-
      income senior apartment housing complex.

     Past Secretary, Vice President, and President of UCP of Northwest Missouri.

     Past Secretary, Agency for Holistic Evangelism and Development (AHEAD).

     Past Board Member, St. Joseph Youth Alliance.

     Past Commissioner, St. Joseph Human Rights Commission.

EDUCATION:

     University of Iowa – Iowa City
             Juris Doctor – 1985
             Research Assistant for the Legal Clinic – 1984-1985

     University of Iowa – Iowa City
             Master’s Urban and Regional Planning
             Research Assistant – 1982-1983
             Assisted professors in their research and teaching

     University of Missouri – Columbia,
             Bachelor of Arts, Sociology
             Minor in Journalism
             General Honors
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