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ERIC ANTHONY GROLLMAN, PhD
Department of Sociology and Anthropology
302E Weinstein Hall
28 Westhampton Way
University of Richmond, VA 23173

Email: egrollma at richmond.edu
Department Phone: (804) 287-6816
Department Fax: (804) 287-1278

PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS HELD

Assistant Professor of Sociology, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of Richmond.  2013-present

EDUCATION

Doctor of Philosophy, Sociology. Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. 2013.
Dissertation: “The Continuing Significance of Discrimination: Multiple Forms of Discrimination and Health”

Masters of Arts, Sociology. Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. 2009.

Bachelors of Arts, Sociology and Psychology. University of Maryland Baltimore County, Baltimore, MD. 2007.
Certificate: Gender and Women’s Studies

RESEARCH AND TEACHING INTERESTS

Sexualities; Race, Gender, Class, & Sexualities; Medical Sociology; Mental Health; Social Psychology; Race and Ethnicity; Sex and Gender

PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

Meyer, Doug, and Eric Anthony Grollman.  2014.  “Sexual Orientation and Fear at Night: Gender Differences among Sexual Minorities and Heterosexuals.”  Journal of Homosexuality 61: 453-470.

Grollman, Eric Anthony.  2014.  “Multiple Disadvantaged Statuses and Health: The Role of Multiple Dimensions of Discrimination.”  Journal of Health and Social Behavior 55: 3-19.  [Online supplement]

Grollman, Eric Anthony.  2012.  “Multiple Forms of Perceived Discrimination and Health among Adolescents and Young Adults.”  Journal of Health and Social Behavior 53: 199-214.  [Online supplement]

Lottes, Ilsa L., and Eric Anthony Grollman. 2010. “Conceptualization and Assessment of Homonegativity.” International Journal of Sexual Health 22: 219-33.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

Grollman, Eric Anthony.  2013.  “Blogging for (A) Change.”  Remarks, Newsletter for the Section on Racial and Ethnic Minorities, American Sociological Association.

Grollman, Eric Anthony. 2008. “Old-Fashioned and Modern Homonegativity within an American College Student Sample.” UMBC Review: Journal of Undergraduate Research and Creative Works 9: 76-101.

MANUSCRIPTS UNDER REVIEW AND IN PROGRESS

Grollman, Eric Anthony.  “Sexual Health and Discrimination Among Heterosexual Adolescents and Young Adults.”  Revised and resubmitted.

Miller, Lisa R., and Eric Anthony Grollman.  “The Social Costs of Gender Non-Conformity for Transgender Adults: Implications for Discrimination and Health.”  Revised and resubmitted.

Grollman, Eric Anthony.  “Measuring Discrimination: ‘Discrimination’ versus ‘Unfair Treatment’ Question Wording and Health.”  In progress.

Grollman, Eric Anthony.  “Self-Reported Discrimination and Health Disparities: A Review.”  In progress.

Grollman, Eric Anthony, and Brian Powell. “Does Sexuality Matter? A Comparison of Heterosexuals’ and Sexual Minorities’ Sociopolitical Attitudes.”  In progress.

REPORTS

Grollman, Eric Anthony.  2014.  “How Discrimination Hurts Health and Personal Wellbeing.” SSN Key Findings, Scholars Strategy Network.  [Also on The Society Pages]

Culatta, Elizabeth, Daniel B. Shank, Eric Anthony Grollman, and Alec Watts. 2012.  “Social Psychology Graduate Student Advisory Report on a Survey of Student Members.”  Graduate Student Advisory Committee, Section on Social Psychology, American Sociology Association.

Grollman, Eric Anthony.  2010.  Bystander Intervention Curriculum.  A report on sexual violence prevention curricula for Middle Way House, Bloomington, IN.

FELLOWSHIPS AND SCHOLARSHIPS

SAGE Teaching Innovations & Professional Development Award: stipend to attend American Sociological Association Teaching and Learning Preconference.  2013.

Lee Student Support Fund, Society for the Study of Social Problems, 2011.

Ford Diversity Predoctoral Fellowship, 2010-2013.

Summer Research Fellowship, Department of Sociology, Indiana University, 2010.

Diversity Fellows Program, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, 2010.
Received stipend, university housing, and travel allowance to teach Sociology of Sexuality

Lee Student Support Fund, Society for the Study of Social Problems, 2009.

Schuessler Scholarship for Study at ICPSR Summer Program in Quantitative Methods, Indiana University, 2009.

Summer Research Fellowship, Department of Sociology, Indiana University, 2009.

Graduate Fellowship, Department of Sociology, Indiana University, 2007-2012.

GRANTS

Course Transformation Grant to develop new course, “Medical Sociology,” Program for Enhancing Teaching Effectiveness, University of Richmond. $3,000.  2014.

National Sexuality Resource Center grant to start a Campus Coalition for Sexual Literacy chapter at Indiana University. $2,000. 2008.

HONORS AND AWARDS

Best Dissertation Award, Section on Mental Health, American Sociological Association, 2014; for, “The Continuing Significance of Discrimination: Multiple Forms of Discrimination and Health.”

Karl F. Schuessler Award for Graduate Research, Department of Sociology, Indiana University, 2012; for “Multiple Forms of Perceived Discrimination and Health among Adolescents and Young Adults.”

1st Place Graduate Student Paper Competition Award, Midwest Sociological Society, 2012; for “Multiple Forms of Perceived Discrimination and Health among Adolescents and Young Adults.”

Outstanding Graduate Student Mentor Award, Department of Sociology, Indiana University, 2011.

3rd Place Graduate Student Paper Competition Award, North Central Sociological Association, 2011; for “Multiple Forms of Perceived Discrimination and Health among Adolescents and Young Adults.”

Phi Beta Kappa Society, 2007.

Omicron Delta Kappa, National Leadership Honor Society, 2007.

Alpha Kappa Delta, National Collegiate Honor Society for Sociology, 2006.

Psi Chi National Honor Society in Psychology, 2006.

The Golden Key International Honour Society, 2005.

Peace & Justice Award, Washington Peace Center, Washington, D.C., 2005.

PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS

“Sexual Health and Interpersonal Discrimination among Heterosexual Youth.”  American Sociological Association.  San Francisco, CA.  2014.

“Multiple Disadvantaged Statuses and Health: The Role of Multiple Dimensions of Discrimination.”  American Sociological Association.  New York, NY.  2013.

“The Social Costs of Gender Non-Conformity for Transpeople: Implications for Discrimination and Health-Harming Behaviors.”  American Sociological Association. Denver, CO. 2012 (with Lisa R. Miller).

“Does Sexuality Matter? A Comparison of Heterosexuals and Sexual Minorities Sociopolitical Attitudes.”  American Sociological Association. Denver, CO. 2012.

“Multiple Forms of Perceived Discrimination and Health Among Adolescents and Youth.”  American Sociological Association. Las Vegas, NV.  2011.

“Anti-LGBTQ Bullying and Harassment: Renewed Attention to an Old Problem,” introduction for the special session.  Society for the Study of Social Problems.  Las Vegas, NV.  2011.

“Does Sexuality Matter? A Comparison of Heterosexuals and Sexual Minorities Race and Gender Attitudes.”  Society for the Study of Social Problems. San Francisco, CA. 2009.

“Traditional and Modern Homonegativity Among Undergraduate Students.”  The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality.  Indianapolis, IN.  2007.

INVITED PRESENTATIONS

“Does Sexuality Matter? A Comparison of Heterosexuals and Sexual Minorities Sociopolitical Attitudes”. University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI. 2010.

INVITED TALKS

“Open Scholarship as Intellectual Activism.” Panel on Open Scholarship, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA. 2014.

SPECIALIZED RESEARCH TRAINING

Summer Institute in LGBT Population Health, The Fenway Institute & Boston University School of Public Health, Boston, MA. 2011.

Summer Program in Quantitative Methods, Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. 2009.

Summer Institute on Sexuality, Education, and Politics, National Sexuality Resource Center, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA. 2008.

Primer on Empirical Research on Sexual Orientation, The Williams Institute, University of California Los Angeles School of Law, Los Angeles, CA. 2008.

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Research Assistant, Social Support from Similar Others, 2011.
Funded by Indiana University, Principal Investigator: Peggy A. Thoits.
Assisted with the development and administration of an telephone and face-to-face interview study of Mended Hearts volunteers, including their volunteer experiences and support provided for current heart patients and family members. Also, served as a mentor for masters students working on their masters theses.

Research Assistant, Social Contact with Immigrants in the U.S., 2008.
Funded by Indiana University, Principal Investigator: Patricia McManus.
Assisted with the administration of a telephone survey of US citizens in 5 major US cities about their attitudes toward immigrants and immigration policies.

Principal Investigator, Old-Fashioned and Traditional Homonegativity Study, 2006-2007.
Designed survey instrument, recruited participants, administered survey, collected and entered data, conducted data analyses.

TEACHING AND PEDAGOGY TRAINING

Teaching and Learning Workshop, Associated Colleges of the South, Trinity University, San Antonio, TX. 2014.

Teaching and Learning Preconference, American Sociological Association.  New York, NY.  2013.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Assistant Professor, University of Richmond (2013-present)
Sociological Research Methods (2013-present)
Social Constructions of Gender and Sexuality (Fall 2013)
Social Inequalities (Spring 2014)
Medical Sociology (Fall 2014)

Diversity Fellow Lecturer, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee (2010)
Sociology of Sexuality (Summer 2010)

Associate Instructor, Indiana University (2009-2010)
Field Experience in Sociology (Spring 2010)
Sexual Diversity (Fall 2009 and Spring 2010)

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Indiana University (2007-2009)
Social Psychology (Spring 2009)
Gender Roles (Spring 2008, Fall 2008)
Introduction to Sociology (Fall 2007)

Undergraduate Teaching Assistant, University of Maryland Baltimore County (2007)
Sexuality, Health, and Human Rights (Spring 2007)

SERVICE

Professional

Reviewer (journals): American Journal of Sociology, Gender & Society, Journal of Health and Social Behavior, Society and Mental Health, Social Problems, Population Research and Policy Review, The Sociological Quarterly, Sociological Perspectives, Journal of Adolescence, Journal of Family Issues, and Journal of Homosexuality.

Reviewer (grants): Northern Illinois University Division of Research and Graduate Studies (2014).

Panelist, Professional Development Workshop, “Using Social Media as a Professional Development Tool,” American Sociological Association. San Francisco, CA.  2014.

Panelist, Professional Development Workshop, “Navigating Queer Identities in the Department and Classroom,” American Sociological Association. San Francisco, CA.  2014.

Council Member, Section on Sexualities, American Sociological Association.  2014-present.

Keynote Speaker, Sociology/Anthropology Student Ceremony, Randolph-Macon College, Ashland, VA.  2014.

Guest contributor, InsideHigherEd.com.  2014.

Roundtable Presider, Sexualities and Health, Section on Medical Sociology, American Sociological Association.  New York City, New York.  2013.

Roundtable Presider, Gender and Society, Honors Program, American Sociological Association.  New York City, New York.  2013.

Editor and Blogger, ConditionallyAccepted.com.  2013-present.

Session Organizer, Sociology of Prejudice and Discrimination, Midwest Sociological Society Annual Meeting.  Chicago, IL.  2013.

Session Organizer, LGBT Health, Midwest Sociological Society Annual Meeting.  Minneapolis, MN.  2012.

Member, Ad-Hoc Graduate Student Advisory Committee, Section on Social Psychology, American Sociological Association.  2011-2012.

Graduate Student Representative, Section on Sexualities, American Sociological Association. 2011-2012.

Discussant, Social Reactions to Mental Illness: The Continued Relevance of Stigma and Social Control, Society for the Study of Social Problems Annual Meeting. Las Vegas, NV. 2011.

Session Organizer, Anti-LGBTQ Bullying and Violence, Society for the Study of Social Problems Annual Meeting. Las Vegas, NV. 2011.

Newsletter Editor, Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities Division, Society for the Study of Social Problems. 2010-2011.

Session Organizer, Sexualities, Race, and Ethnicity, Midwest Sociological Society and North Central Sociological Association Joint Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. 2010.

Kinsey Confidential Blogger, The Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction, Indiana University. 2009-2013.

University

Advisory Group Member, Terms of Racial Justice, University of Richmond.  2013-present.

Resource Compilation Subgroup Co-Chair, Mental Health Working Group, Indiana University. 2011.

Member, Mental Health Working Group, Indiana University. 2010-2011.

Panelist, Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Speakers Bureau, Indiana University. 2009-2011.

Member, Campus Coalition for Sexual Literacy, Indiana University. 2009-2010.

Organizer, Transcending Boundaries in Sexuality Research Conference, Indiana University. 2009.

Founder and Chair, Campus Coalition for Sexual Literacy, Indiana University. 2008-2009.

Facilitator, Crossroads (LGBT graduate student organization), Indiana University. 2007-2009.

Department

Member, Department Search Committee, University of Richmond.  2014.

Member, Election Committee, Graduate Student Association, Indiana University.  2012.

Coordinator, Mentor-for-an-Hour Program, Graduate Student Association, Indiana University.  2011-2012.

Executive Committee Representative, Graduate Student Association, Indiana University. 2011-2012.

Graduate Student Mentor, Graduate Student Association, Indiana University. 2010-2012.

President, Graduate Student Association, Indiana University. 2010-2011.

Member, Outstanding Faculty and Graduate Mentor Awards Committee. 2009-2010.

Member, Race and Ethnic Relations Committee, Indiana University. 2007-2013.

Graduate Affairs Committee, Graduate Student Association, Indiana University. 2009-2010.

Member, Public Sociology Forum, Indiana University. 2008-2011.

Graduate Student Mentor, Graduate Student Association, Indiana University. 2008-2009.

Race and Ethnic Relations Committee Representative, Indiana University. 2008-2009.

Co-Chair, Race and Ethnic Relations Committee, Indiana University. 2008-2009.

Member, Graduate Student Association, Indiana University.  2007-2013.

Mentorship

Honors Thesis Committee Member (Dana McLachlin, University of Richmond).  2013-2014.

Honors Thesis Committee Member (Katherine McKinney, Sociology, Indiana University).  2011-2012.

Community

Panelist, Transgender People in Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Settings: Recent Research, Virginia Anti-Violence Project, University of Richmond Downtown, Richmond, VA.  2014.  (See my comments from the panel online.)

Safety Escort, Planned Parenthood, Bloomington, IN. 2011.

Boyfriend Lessons, Illumenate and Middle Way House.  2011-2012.
Developed and facilitated eight session workshop series on healthy sexual and romantic relationships for gay, bisexual, and transgender men ages 18-28.

Building Healthy Relationships, Middle Way House, Bloomington, IN. 2009-2011.
Assisted with development for sexual violence prevention curriculum for local middle and high schools. Produced a report on bystander intervention research and programming.

Resource Center Volunteer, Shalom Community Center, Bloomington, IN. 2009.
Provided administrative support in the Center’s office, distributing mail and toiletries to people experiencing homelessness and extreme poverty.

OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

National Student Intern, National Sexuality Resource Center, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA.  2008-2009.

National Office Intern, National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association, Washington, DC.  2005-2006.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

American Sociological Association
Association of Black Sociologists
National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity
Scholars Strategy Network
Society for the Study of Social Problems
Sociologists for Women in Society
Southern Sociological Society

REFERENCES

Available upon request.

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Last updated on 10-10-2014.