Kevin Alltucker's believes that students are the heart and soul of the University of Oregon. His mission is to serve students' needs by providing high quality teaching, advising, and academic support. Dr. Alltucker is also deeply committed to giving back to the community by volunteering his time with nonprofit agencies and local governments, including the Relief Nursery, City of Eugene, and Lane County. Dr. Alltucker works with students interested in community-based program evaluation, and has completed many pro bono evaluation projects, including the City of Eugene Teen Court Program, the Lane County Youth Services Phoenix Program, and the Lane County Gang Prevention Steering Committee. Dr. Alltucker studies the relationships between early childhood experiences, family functioning, and the development of juvenile delinquency, and subsequent adult criminal behavior. He is a certified instructor for the Inside-Out Prison Exchange program, and he is interested in prison reform policies to reduce mass incarceration in the United States. He teaches FHS 327 Organizational Issues in Human Services, and FHS 4/582 Prevention of Youth Violence. Dr. Alltucker was named one of six Faculty Fellows across campus, and he helps first year students navigate their transition to the University of Oregon. Dr. Alltucker also has an appointment with the Public Planning Policy and Management department, and he teaches classes on program evaluation, and philanthropy.
Alltucker, K., Bullis, M., Close, D., &.Yovanoff, P. (2006). Different pathways to juvenile delinquency: Characteristics of early and late starters in a sample of previously incarcerated youth, Journal of Child and Family Studies,15(4), 479-492.
Alltucker, K., & Close, D. W. (2003). Democracy by the dollar: Contemporary issues in educational reform. In D. W. Close, K. Alltucker, & J. Cearly (Eds.), Educational issues & problems: An ecological approach (pp. 185-202). Boston, MA: Pearson.
Alltucker, K., & Close, D. W. (2003). Rusty James’ legacy: Breaking the cycle of child abuse. In D. W. Close, K. Alltucker, & J. Cearly (Eds.), Educational issues & problems: An ecological approach (pp. 355-379). Boston, MA: Pearson.
Alltucker, K., et al. (2015). Program evaluation of City of Eugene Teen Courts.
Alltucker, K., et al. (2013). A summary of findings from the Lane County gang prevention symposium January 13, 2103.
Close, D., Alltucker, K., & Aubin, M. (2009). The federal district court of Oregon Reentry Court: A program evaluation.