Faculty Profile for Dr. Nathan W Pino
Selected Scholarly/Creative Work
- Blaustein, J., Pino, N. W., Fitz-Gibbon, K., & White, R. (2018). Criminology and the Sustainable Development Goals: The Need for Support and Critique. British Journal of Criminology, 58(4), 767–786.
- Watson, D., Pino, N. W., Boateng, F., & Morgan, P. (2018). The Interface Between Exercise of State Power and Personal Powerlessness: A Study of Police Perceptions of Factors Impacting Professional Practices. Police Practice and Research, 19(5), 458–471.
- De Soto, W., Tajalli, H., Pino, N., & Smith, C. L. (2018). The Effect of College Students’ Religious Involvement on Their Academic Ethic. Religion and Education, 45(2), 190–207.
- Pino, N. W., Tajalli, H., Smith, C. L., & DeSoto, W. H. (2017). Non-Medical Use of Prescription Drugs by College Students for Recreational and Instrumental Purposes: Assessing the Differences. Journal of Drug Issues, 47(4), 606–621.
- Shanafelt, R., & Pino, N. W. (2015). Rethinking Serial Killing, Spree Murder and Atrocities: Beyond the Usual Distinctions. New York: Routledge Publishers.
- Award / Honor Recipient: Honorary Professor of International Studies, Texas State University. August 1, 2015 - Present
- Award / Honor Recipient: Golden Apple Award for Scholarly/Creative Activity, College of Liberal Arts, Texas State University. August 2016 - 2016
- Award / Honor Recipient: Presidential Award of Distinction for Scholarly/Creative Activity, Office of the President, Texas State University. August 2016 - 2016
- Award / Honor Nominee: American Society of Criminology Hindelang Book Award, American Society of Criminology. January 1, 2015 - December 1, 2015
- Award / Honor Recipient: Traditional Fulbright Scholar Program. January 1, 2008 - January 1, 2009
- Pino, Nathan (Principal). Professional Travel Grant for an academic paper presentation at an International Conference in South Korea, Georgia Southern University, Institutional (Higher Ed), $1170. (Submitted: January 1, 2005). Grant.
- Pino, Nathan (Principal). Summer Faculty Teaching Award for course development, Georgia Southern University, Institutional (Higher Ed), $3000. (Submitted: 2004). Grant.
Selected Service Activities
Editorial Review Board Member
The International Journal for Crime, Justice, and Social Democracy
2019-2020 Common Experience Committee
Research Review Session Committee
Liberal Arts Promotion and Tenure Review Committee