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Phillip wARD schnarrs, PhD

Curriculum Vitae



Contact Information

Home Address: 1515 North Main Ave #2468, San Antonio, TX 78212

Office Address: One UTSA Circle, Main Building 3.442, San Antonio, TX 78249

Office Phone: 210/458 – 8023

Cell Phone: 724/ 422 – 8460

Email: phillip.schnarrs@utsa.edu



A. EDUCATION AND RELEVANT WORK EXPERIENCE

Education

August 2012 Doctor of Philosophy. Major: Health Behavior (emphasis in Sexual Health and Health Disparities). Minor: Community-Based Research Methods Indiana University School of Public Health at Bloomington, IN.

2010 – 2012 Doctoral Fellowship. Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Health Program, Center for Research in LGBT Population Health, Fenway Institute, Boston, MA

August 2009 Master of Arts. Major: Medical Sociology (emphasis is Social Psychology). Indiana University of Pennsylvania

August 2007 Bachelor of Science. Major: General Studies (emphasis in biobehavioral and community health) Minor: Sociology. Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA

Current Positions

2014 – Co-Director, South Texas Consortium for HIV/STI Research

San Antonio, TX.

2012 – Assistant Professor. Department of Kinesiology, Health & Nutrition, College of Education and Human Development, The University of Texas at San Antonio

San Antonio, TX.

Community-Based Research & Consulting Positions

2015 - The Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine.

2015 Texas Department of State Health Services

2015 – Center for Health Care Services

2014 – Austin PrEP Access Project

2014 – 2016 San Antonio AIDS Foundation

2014 – 2015 HIV Connections, Austin, TX.

Past Relevant Experience

2009 – 2012 Associate Instructor. Department of Applied Health Science, School of Public

Health at Bloomington. Indian University.

2009 – 2012 Project Coordinator. Center for Sexual Health Promotion. Department of Applied Health Science, School of Public Health at Bloomington, Indiana University

2008 – 2009 Consultant. Pennsylvania HIV Prevention Project. Center for Research on Sexual Orientation and Health. The University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA.

2008 – 2009 Consultant. Pitt Men’s Study. Center for Research on Sexual Orientation and Health. University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh PA.

2007 – 2009 Graduate Assistant. Department of Sociology, Indiana University

of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA.



B. RESEARCH AWARDS & FUNDING

2015 – Co-Investigator and PI on subcontract awarded to The University of Texas at San Antonio. (Grant #: 1H79SP021252-01; FAIN:SP021252) Capacity Building Initiative for Substance Abuse and HIV Prevention Services for At-Risk Racial/Ethnic Minority Youth and Young Adults. In Collaboration with the Center for Health Care Services. Funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Subcontract Award: $100,000 (5 years of funding).

2015 – Consultant. (Grant # W81XWH-11-2-0174). HIV/Blood Bourne Pathogen Treatment Reduction Program. In collaboration with The Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine, Inc. Funded by the United States Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity. Subcontract: $24,500.

2014 - 2015 Primary Investigator. Development and Psychometric Assessment of the Intention to use PrEP (i-PrEP) Scale for HIV Prevention among MSM. In collaboration with AIDS Services of Austin and San Antonio AIDS Foundation. Funded by the College of Education and Human Development Faculty Research Awards: $4,295.

2010 – 2012 Co-Investigator. Indianapolis Men’s Health Study. In collaboration with The Damien Center. Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development: $250,000

Research Awards & Honors

2011 Excellence in Abstract Submission Among Student APHA Members (Honorable Mention)

2011 Excellence in Abstract Submission among all Presenters, HIV/AIDS Section, APHA

2011 David Weis Best Student Paper Award, Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality



Referred Publications (past 5 years)

* = student co-author; ** = community member co-author

24) Schnarrs P.W., Harris, K*., Braun-Harvey, D. Coutois, F**., Benton, A**; Sada, S.** Gordon, D.* and Martin-Venezuela, R.* (under review) Attitudes, beliefs and knowledge about pre-exposure prophylaxis among young men who have sex with men in South Texas.

23) Schnarrs, P.W., Gordon, D.*, Delgado, A. J.*, Parsons, J. T., Sunil, T., & Glidden, D (under review). Assessing normative beliefs about oral PrEP use: Differences between white, black and Latino sexually minority men in Texas.

22) Schnarrs, P.W., Gordon, D.*, Delgado, A. J.*, Parsons, J. T., Sunil, T., & Glidden, D (under review). Assessing difference in beliefs among sexual minority men regarding oral and injectable form of pre-exposure prophylaxis in South Texas.

21) Abel, J. W.*, Allen, O. Bullock, D. Finley, E. Walter, A.W. Schnarrs, P.W., & Taylor, B.S. (Under Review). “I don’t want to look sick skinny”: Perceptions of body image and weight loss in Hispanics living with HIV.

20) Delgado, A.J.*, Gordon, D.* & Schnarrs, P.W. (2016) Understanding the impact of sexual minority status on risk behavior among current and former members of the U.S. military. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Mental Health, 20(3), 258 – 279.

19) Schnarrs, P.W., Rosenberger, J. G., Schick, V., Delgado, A. J.*, Dodge, B. & Reece, M. (2016). Men belonging to the ‘Bear Community’: Bear identity concordance, condom use and sexual behaviors during the last sexual event. Journal of Homosexuality. doi: 10.1080/00918369.2016.1174024

18) Schnarrs, P.W., Rosenberger, J. G., Novak, D. S. (2016). An exploratory study of differences in sexual health, sexual behaviors and evaluation of the most recent male partnered sexual event between bisexual men aged 50 years and older compared to younger bisexual men. Journal of Bisexuality, 16 (1), 41 – 57.

17) Baldwin, A., Dodge, B., Schick, V., Hubach, R. D., Bowling, J., Malebranche, D., Goncalves, G., Schnarrs, P. W., Reece, M. & Fortenberry, J.D. (2015). Sexual self-identification among behaviorally bisexual men in the Midwestern United States. Archives of Sexual Behaviors, 18(11), 2207 – 2218.

16) Mustanski, B., Andrews, R., Herrick, A, Stall, R. & Schnarrs, P. W. (2014). Sexual Orientation Disparities in STI Risk Behaviors and Risk Determinants among Sexually Active Adolescent Males: Results From a School-Based Sample. American Journal of Public Health. 104 (2), 287 – 294.

15) Everett, B., Schnarrs, P. W., Russel, S., Rosarios, M., Garofalo, R., Mustanski, B. (2014). Sexual health behaviors among adolescent sexual minorities: A national probability study. American Journal of Public Health, 104(6), 1107 – 1112.

14) Hubach, R. D., Dodge, B., Goncalves, G., Malebranche, D., Reece, M., Van Der Pol, B., Martinez, O., Schnarrs, P.W., Nix, R., & Fortenberry, J. D. (2014). Gender matters:  Condom use and nonuse among behaviorally bisexual men. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 43(4), 707 – 17.


13) Rosenberger, J.G., Schick, V., Schnarrs, P., Novak, D.S., & Reece, M.  (2013) Sexual behaviors, sexual health practices, and community engagement among gay and bisexually identified men living in rural areas of the United States.  Journal of Homosexuality, 61(8), 1192 – 207.
12) Merritt, P. S., Cook, G. I., Wang, M., Schnarrs, P. W., & Jack, S. (2013). Can a Gay Man Play It Straight? How Being “Out” Influences Perceptions of Masculinity and Performance Appraisal. Psychology of Popular Media Culture, 2(3), 150 – 160.
11) Dodge, B., Schnarrs, P. W., Reece, M., Martinez, O., Goncalves, G., Malebranche, D., Van Der Pol, B., Nix, R., & Fortenberry, J. D. (2013). Sexual behaviors and experiences among behaviorally bisexual men in the midwestern United States. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 42(2), 247-256. 
10) Schnarrs, P. W., Rosenberger, J. G., Schick, V. R., Novak, D. S., Herbenick, D., & Reece, M. (2012). Gay and bisexual Latino men’s sexual health and behaviour: A national online sample. International Journal of Men’s Health. 11(1), 22 – 35.
9) Dodge, B., Schnarrs, P. W., Reece, M., Goncalves, G., Martinez, O., Nix, R., Malebranche, D., Van Der Pol, B., Murray, M., & Fortenberry, J. D. (2012.) Community involvement among behaviourally bisexual men in the Midwestern USA: Experiences and perceptions across communities. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 14(9), 1095-1110. 
8) Dodge, B., Schnarrs, P. W., Goncalves, G., Reece, M., Martinez, O., Malebranche, D., Nix, R., Van Der Pol, B., & Fortenberry, J. D. (2012). The significance of privacy, trust, and comfort in providing health-related services to behaviorally bisexual men. AIDS Education & Prevention, 24(3), 242-256. 
7) Dodge, B., Schnarrs, P. W., Reece, M., Goncalves, G., Martinez, O., Malebranche, D., Van Der Pol, B., Nix, R., & Fortenberry, J. D. (2012). Individual and social factors related to mental health concerns among behaviorally bisexual men in the Midwestern United States. Journal of Bisexuality, 12(2), 223-245. 
6) Schnarrs, P. W., Dodge, B., Reece, M., Goncalves, G., Martinez, O., Van Der Pol, B., Malebranche, D., Nix, R., Murray, M., & Fortenberry, J. D. (2012). The subjective experiences of behaviorally bisexual men in the Midwestern United States: Sexual attraction, sexual behavior, and condom use. Journal of Bisexuality, 12(2), 246-282. 
5) Martinez, O., Dodge, B., Goncalves, G., Schnarrs, P. W., Muñoz-Laboy, M., Reece, M., Malebranche, D., Van Der Pol, B., Kelle, G., Nix, R., & Fortenberry, J. D. (2012). Sexual behaviors and experiences among behaviorally bisexual Latino men in the Midwestern United States: Implications for sexual health interventions. Journal of Bisexuality, 12(2), 283-310.
4) Dodge, B., Van Der Pol, B., Reece, M., Malebranche, D., Martinez, O., Goncalves, G., Schnarrs, P. W., Nix, R., & Fortenberry, J. D. (2012). Rectal self-sampling in non-clinical venues for the detection of rectal sexually transmitted infections (STI) among behaviorally bisexual men. Sexual Health, 9(2), 190-191. 
3) Martinez, O., Dodge, B., Reece, M., Schnarrs, P. W., Rhodes, S., Goncalves, G. Muñoz-Laboy, M., Malebranche, D., Van Der Pol, B., Nix, R., Kelle, G., Fortenberry J. D. (2011.) Sexual health and life experiences: Voices from behaviourally bisexual Latino men in the Midwestern USA. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 13(9), 1073-1089.  

2) Rosenberger, J. G., Schnarrs,P. W., Brinegar, E., Stowers, J., Dodge, B., Reece, M. (2010). Sexual practices and health knowledge among young MSM living in non-urban settings. Journal of Adolescent Health, 42, 2, S76.

1) Schnarrs, P. W., Rosenberger, J. G., Satinsky, S., Brinegar, E, Stowers, J, Reece, M & Dodge, B. (2010). Sexual compulsivity, the Internet, and sexual behaviors among men in a rural area of the US. AIDS Patient Care and STD, 24, 9, 563 – 569.

Edited Books

3) Schnarrs, P. W. & Maurino J. P. (Eds.). (2012). Men, Masculinity and The Common Good in an Era of Economic Uncertainty. Men Studies Press: Harriman, TN.

2) Harrison, M. E. & Schnarrs, P. W. (Eds.) (2011) Growing Our Field: Emerging Perspectives on Masculinities and Men’s Lives. Men Studies Press: Harriman, TN.

1) Harrison, M. E. & Schnarrs, P. W. (Eds.) (2010) Beyond Borders: Masculinities & Margins. Men Studies Press: Harriman, TN.



C. CONFERENCES, PRESENTATIONS, AND SPEAKING ENGAGMENTS

Recent Refereed Conferences (past 5 years)

* = student co-author

18) Schnarrs, P.W., Gordon, D.* (2016) Applying the theory of planned to behavior to the use of pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) among men who have sex with men in Central Texas.

17) Gordon, D.*, Schnarrs, P. (2016) Intention to use pre-exposure prophylaxis among men who have sex with men in Central Texas: A qualitative analysis of injectable PrEP Compared to Daily PrEP. The American Public Health Association: Denver, CO.

16) Schnarrs, P.W. Understanding intention to use PrEP among sexual minority men in Texas. The Gay Men’s Health Conference. Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico.

15) Gordon, D.* & Schnarrs, P. (2015). Intention to use PrEP among men who have sex with men.  The University of Texas at San Antonio Undergraduate Research and Creative Inquiry Showcase, San Antonio, TX.

14) Gordon, D.* & Schnarrs, P. (2014) Intention to use pre-exposure prophylaxis among men who have sex with men: an elicitation study. The University of Texas at San Antonio Honors College Symposium, San Antonio, TX. 

13) Delgado, A. J.* & Schnarrs, P. W. (2014).  The effect of discrimination and stress on sexual & behavioral health among sexual minority servicemen:  A preliminary analysis.  University of Texas at San Antonio McNair Scholars Symposium: San Antonio, TX.

12) Schnarrs, P.W., Rosenberger, J.G. (2014) Psychometric testing of the beliefs about ejaculation and semen scale. Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality: Omaha, NE

11) Schnarrs, P.W. & Rosenberger, J. G. (2014) Sexual behaviors, sexual health practices, and community engagement among gay and bisexually identified men living in rural areas of the United States. American Public Health Association: New Orleans, LA

10) Delgado, A. J.* & Schnarrs, P.W. (2013) The bear community: Sexual health, behaviors and identity concordance. Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality: San Diego CA.

9) Schnarrs, P.W., Moskowitz, D. & Delgado, A.* (2013). Differences in condom use and sexual health testing latencies among MSM with and without military experience. Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality: San Diego, CA.

8) Schnarrs, P.W. & Moskowitz, D. (2013). A comparison of condom use, HIV and sexual health screenings between MSM with and without military service. American Public Health Association: Boston, MA.

7) Baldwin, A., Dodge, B. M, Hubach, R. D., Goncalves, G., Schnarrs, P., Martinez, O., Reece, M., Van Der Pol, B., Malebranche, D., & Fortenberry, J. D. (2013). Sexual identity among behaviorally bisexual men: Implications for HIV/STI and sexual health. Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Boston, MA.

6) Delgado, A. J.*, Lofton, M. B.*, Braddock, B.*, & Schnarrs, P. W. (2013). The Bear Community: A Descriptive Analysis of the Effects of Body Image on Condom Use. Paper presented at the 4th Annual College of Education and Human Development Student Research Colloquium, San Antonio, TX

5) Delgado, A. J.* & Schnarrs, P. W. (2013). The Bear Community: A Descriptive Analysis of the Effects of Body Image on Condom Use: Annual Association for Psychological Science Conference, Washington, DC.

4) Delgado, A. J.* & Schnarrs, P. W. (2013). Perceptions of Body Image: An Exploration of Psychosexual Behaviors among Latino Men: 8th Annual American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education Conference, San Antonio, TX.

3) Schnarrs, P.W., Rosenberger J.G., Schick V., Dodge B. & Reece, M. (2012). Belonging to the “Bear Community”: Implications for Men’s Sexual Health and Behaviors. American Public Health Association: San Francisco, CA.

2) Everett, B. & Schnarrs, P. W. (2012). The Intersection of Sexual Orientation and Other Identities: Disparities in Health-Risk Behaviors of American High School Students. American Public Health Association: San Francisco, CA.

1) Birkett, M., Mustanski, B., Bostwick, W., Rosario, M., Garofalo, R., Greene, G., & Schnarrs, P. (2012). Sexual identity versus sexual behavior in youth: Using the YRBSS to determine prevalence and intersection across demographics. American Public Health Association: San Francisco, CA.



Invited Speaking Engagements

6) Schnarrs, P.W. (2016). HIV Prevention in a Pill: What it is and why everyone isn’t taking it. The People’s Caucus, Bexar County HIV Planning Committee.

5) Schnarrs, P.W., Frimin, L., Juarez, E. and Alva, E. (2016). LGBTQ+ Pride Observance Panel Discussion: Workplace discrimination, coming out and how to be an ally. Navy Information Operations Command Texas. San Antonio, TX.

4) McAdams, J., Parker, S., Torres, J. Schnarrs, P. W. (2016). HIV Prevention in a Pill? A PrEP Panel Discussion and Q & A. Speak Out: Landa Branch Library.

3) Schnarrs P. W. (2015). Knowledge and beliefs about PrEP among Latino Men who have Sex with Men (MSM). Latino/Latina Health Summit: South Padre Island, TX.

2) Schnarrs, P.W. (2015). So we can get them PrEP, but how do we get them to take it? Annual Supervisors Meeting: HIV Connections. Austin Texas

1) Schnarrs, P.W., Moskowitz, D. & Delgado, A.J*. (2014). Differences in testing latencies and condom use among MSM with and without military experience. Sex, Science & Sandwiches. The University of Texas Health Science Center: Houston, TX.

Popular Media

6) Rigby W. (2016, Oct 27) Highly Effective HIV Prevention Pill Not Well Known or Prescribed [Radio Program]. The Texas Standard. Austin, TX: KUT: http://www.texasstandard.org/stories/highly-effective-hiv-prevention-pill-not-well-known-or-prescribed/

5) Rigby W. (2016, Oct 20) Highly Effective Prevention Pill Not Well Known or Prescribed [Radio Program].

In Produce (Producer). Here and Now. San Antonio, TX: KSTX San Antonio: http://tpr.org/post/highly-effective-hiv-prevention-pill-not-well-known-or-prescribed#stream/0

4) Jones, JA (2016, Feb 3). PrEP Access: Bringing HIV-prevention to San Antonio. Spectrum Magazine. https://issuu.com/utsanantonio/docs/2015_spectrum

3) Sanchez, S. (2015, Oct 22) PrEP clinic planned for downtown SA. Out In SA: San Antonio TX. http://outinsa.com/prep-clinic-planned-for-downtown-sa/

2) Jones, JA (2015, Oct 22) UTSA Professor working to bring HIV-prevention drug access program to San Antonio. UTSA Today: http://www.utsa.edu/today/2015/10/schnarrs.html

1) Gorman, A. (2015, Aug 5). HIV Prevention Pill Remains a Tough Sell Among Gay Latinos. Kaiser Health News and National Public Radio: http://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2015/08/05/428925801/hiv-prevention-pill-remains-a-tough-sell-among-gay-latinos

Story also run by:

MEDPAGE TODAY: http://www.medpagetoday.com/HIVAIDS/HIVAIDS/52881

PBS News Hour: http://www.pbs.org/newshour/rundown/why-the-anti-hiv-pill-is-a-hard-sell-to-the-latino-community/

Salud Today: http://www.saludtoday.com/blog/hiv-prevetion-drug-a-hard-sell-among-gay-latinos/

The Pride: https://issuu.com/thepridela/docs/pride2

The Daily Beast: http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2015/07/28/why-aren-t-latinos-taking-this-anti-hiv-pill.html



C. TEACHING & STUDENT MENTORSHIP

Course Development

KAH 5XXX: Health Inequality and The Social Determinants of Health (Graduate)

This course will expose students to the underlying factors associated with health disparities by providing the theoretical basis needed to understand how existing inequality promotes a greater burden of disease for some and allows for a greater quality of life for others. The course will focus on the social determinants of health and linking the unequal distribution of these determinants to health outcomes across diverse groups of people in Texas, the United States and the globe. Students will learn how to apply this knowledge to create cultural competent programs and policies. (Course to be taught spring 2018).



HTH 2623 Research and Data Management in Community and Public Heath (Undergraduate)

This course will focus on practical issues in database management. Students will learn how to perform basic query and reporting operations, migrate data between various file formats, share data using cloud data management systems such as Dropbox, prepare data for statistical analysis, conduct statistical analyses common in community and public health, perform data quality control and assurance procedures and develop formal documents for reporting outcomes.  Database management and statistical software such as SPSS, Microsoft Access and SQL will be used. (Co-created course)



WS 2023 Introduction to LGBTQ Studies (Undergraduate)

This interdisciplinary course introduces concepts and theories within LGBTQ Studies. Topics include issues related to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer communities. The central focus is to examine, challenge, and destabilize normative conceptualizations and representations of gender and sexuality. This class emphasizes different aspects of LGBTQ studies including history, queer theory, popular culture, media, and literature. Course work centers on complicating notions of queer identity through intersections of race, class, gender, and globalization. (Co-created course)



Courses Taught



Independent Studies Courses (Undergraduate)

2016 Sexual Minority Adolescent Health

2014 Sexual Minority Health

2015 Data Management and Applied Research in Sexual Health

2013 Applied Research in Sexual Health Promotion

Independent Studies Courses (Graduate)

2016 Applied Research in Sexual Health Promotion

2015 Applied Research in Sexual Health Promotion

2014 Sexual Minority Adolescent Psychosocial Wellbeing

2014 Applied Research in Sexual Health Promotion

2013 Teaching Health Promotion and Education



Student Research Assistants

2016 – Aaron Shoemaker, BS, Public Health

2016 – Ryan Martin-Venezuela, MS, Community Health

2015 – Kacy Harris, BS, Community Health

2015 – 2016 Meghann Timm, MS, Community Health

2014 – 2015 Kelly Liar, BS, Community Health

2014 – 2015 Paola Martinez, BS, Community Health

2013 – 2014 Drew Rodriguez, BS, Community Health

2013 – 2014 Danielle Gordon, BS, Psychology/Honors

2012 – 2014 Adolph Delgado, MS, Community Health



Thesis Committee (Chair) – The University of Texas at San Antonio

* = undergraduate honors thesis

2017 Brenda Light (expected 2017) Engagement and Retention in HIV Care Among Young Latin Gay, Bisexual and Other Men Who have Sex with men.

2017 Ryan Martin-Venezuela, (expected 2017) The Feasibility and Acceptability of a Telehealth PrEP Programs in South Texas.

2016 Kacy Harris* (expected 2016). A CBPR study to Assess PrEP Knowledge, Awareness and Willingness to Use PrEP among Black and Latino, Young Sexual Minority Men in South Texas.

2015 Danielle Gordon* (2015) A Qualitative Exploration of Intention to Use Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis among Men who have Sex with Men Seeking HIV Testing in Central Texas.

2014 Adolph Delgado (2014) The Effects of Stress and Stigma on the Health of MSM in the Military: A Syndemic Perspective

D. UNIVERSITY and PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

Service Awards & Honors

2015 President’s Distinguished Achievement Award for Excellence in Community Service (nom.)

2010 Student Diversity Grant.

2009 LAMBDA Foundation Scholarship.

2009 The John S. Rock Exceptional Leadership & Service Award.

2009 IUP Presidential GLBT Commission Distinguished Service Award



Departmental Service

2015 – Faculty Award Committee

2015 – Strategic Planning Community (Chair)

2015 Health Faculty Search Committee (Chair)

2015 – Online Graduate Course Development Committee

2013 – PhD Development Committee

2013 – 2015 Academic Policy and Curriculum Committee

2013 – 2015 Southern Association of Colleges & Schools Committee



College Service

2016 – Undergraduate Scholarship Committee

2014 – Guest Columnist, COEHDnews

2013 – 2014 LGBTQ Studies Curriculum Development Committee

2013 – 2014 Undergraduate Scholarship Committee (Chair)

2012 – 2013 Undergraduate Scholarship Committee



University Service

2016 – Honors College Strategic Planning Committee

2016 – 2017 LGBTQ+ Undergraduate Scholarship Committee

2016 – 2017 Honors College Interview Committee

2015 – Campus Carry University Faculty Senate Committee

2015 – Advisor, Intersections at UTSA (LGBTQ+ Student Activism Group)

2013 – LGBTQ+ Faculty & Staff Association (Chair and Co-Founder)

Editorial Boards

2013 – Journal of Sexuality Research & Social Policy

2013 – Journal of Health Education Teaching Techniques

Ad Hoc Reviewer

American Journal of Public Health, LGBT Health, International Journal of Sexual Health, Archives of Sexual Behavior, Psychology and New Media, Journal of Social Aspects of HIV/AIDS Research Alliance, Journal of Homosexuality, International Journal of Men’s Health, Journal of Men & Masculinities, Qualitative Health Research.



Professional Memberships

American Public Health Association (APHA)

American Sociological Association (ASA)

American Men’s Studies Association (AMSA)

Gay and Lesbian Medical Association (GLMA)

International Association for Sex Research (IASR)

Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine (SAHM)

Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (SPSSI)

Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality (SSSS)

Academic Honorary Societies

Alpha Kappa Delta – Theta Chapter (Sociology)



Delta Epsilon Iota (General Academic Honor Society)
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