Faculty Profile for Dr. Scott W Bowman

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Dr. Scott W Bowman
Associate Professor — School of Criminal Justice
HILL 108
phone: (512) 245-3584

Selected Scholarly/Creative Work

  • Morley, R. H., Bowman, S. W., Fulton, C. L., Trujillo, L. T., Roche, S. P., & Jantz, P. B. (2019). Mindfulness, Self-Control, Implicit Bias, Race, Threat Perception Failure, and the Accidental Use of Deadly Force Against Off-Duty Police Officers. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology.
  • Bowman, S. W. (n.d.). The Kids are Alright - Making a Case for Abolition of the Juvenile Justice System. Critical Criminology, 26(3), 393–405.
  • Bowman, S. W. (n.d.). Intentional Inclusion – Thoughts on Galvanizing a Diverse and Inclusive University. In Cuentos & Testimonies: Diversity & Inclusion at Texas State University. Texas State University.
  • Bowman, S. W., & Peel, M. E. (2018). What Was Old Is New Again: An Examination of Contemporary Theoretical Approaches Used in Race, Ethnicity, Crime, and Justice Research. In The Handbook of Race, Ethnicity, Crime and Justice (pp. 227–254).
  • Travis, R., & Bowman, S. W. (2017). Hip Hop Culture and Popular Music: Balancing Our Options. In Understanding Society Through Popular Music (pp. 139–154). New York, NY, United States: Routledge - Taylor and Francis.

Selected Grants

  • Morley, Richard H (Principal), Smith, Kenneth Scott (Co-Principal), Metsis, Vangelis (Co-Principal), Trujillo, Logan Thomas (Co-Principal), Fulton, Cheryl Lisa (Co-Principal), Jantz, Paul B (Co-Principal), Bowman, Scott W (Co-Principal), Roche, Sean Patrick (Co-Principal). Exploring the intersection of mindfulness, stress, large-scale brain networks, bias, threat perception failure, and the decision to use deadly force using virtual reality, Texas State University, $16000. (Submitted: October 30, 2019, Funded: November 9, 2019 - Present). Grant.
  • Bowman, Scott W. Bexar County Probation: Analysis of Revocation, $50000. (Funded: 2012). Grant.
  • Bowman, Scott W. Research Enhancement Program (REP) Grant--“Implicit Associations Testing.”, $3295. (Funded: 2011). Grant.
  • Bowman, Scott W, Travis, R.. Research Enhancement Program (REP) Grant--“Hip Hop and Positive Youth Development.”, $8000. (Funded: 2008). Grant.

Selected Service Activities

Faculty Development Advisory Council
September 2018-Present
Council on Exclusive Excellence
August 2018-Present
Special Assistant to the Provost for Inclusion and Diversity
July 1, 2018-Present
Civil Discourse Brown Bag Series
February 2018-Present
Learning Management Systems (LMS) Committee
December 2017-Present