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  1. 1. Last Updated: 9/2/2021 Corbin J. Standley, Curriculum Vitae Page 1 of 15 CORBIN J. STANDLEY Ph.D. Candidate, Ecological-Community Psychology (801) 675-7796 Department of Psychology, Michigan State University CorbinStandley@gmail.com 316 Physics Road, Room 262 ● East Lansing, MI 48825 www.CorbinJStandley.com EDUCATION 2017 – 2022 Ph.D. Ecological-Community Psychology In Progress Michigan State University – East Lansing, MI Cognate: Public Health Policy and Analysis 2017 – 2019 M.A. Ecological-Community Psychology Michigan State University – East Lansing, MI Master’s Thesis: Social support as a protective factor for youth suicide: An intersectional and socioecological approach 2011 – 2015 B.S. Psychology (Summa Cum Laude) Weber State University – Ogden, UT Minor: Music (Vocal Performance Emphasis) Honors Thesis: Religiosity, personality, and attitudes toward homosexuality. Distinctions: University Honors; General Honors Departmental Honors, Psychology Excellence in Community Engagement RESEARCH STATEMENT My community-based scholarship aims to turn data and research into action to create change. My work focuses on public health and community-level approaches to suicide prevention through capacity building, equitable systems change, and policy change. RESEARCH EXPERIENCE 2020 – Present Commissioner, Data Subcommittee Member, & Policy Subcommittee Member Suicide Prevention Commission, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Appointed by Governor Gretchen Whitmer Collect, analyze, and report data related to suicide in the state of Michigan. Consult on policy priorities and offer guidance to subcommittees. Provide policy and prevention recommendations in annual report to State Legislature. 2017 – 2020 Graduate Research Assistant System exChange Lab, Department of Psychology, Michigan State University Supervisor: Pennie Foster-Fishman, Ph.D. Co-Principal Investigator for Building an Equitable Early Childhood System project. Data Coordinator for BC Pulse Survey project & Research Assistant for equity projects. Evaluation Team member for State Innovation Model (SIM) health care initiative. 2015 – 2017 Research Assistant/Analyst Huntsman Cancer Institute, University of Utah Supervisors: Debra S. Ma, B.S.; Howard Colman, M.D., Ph.D.; Adam L. Cohen, M.D.; Randy L. Jensen, M.D., Ph.D. Collect, analyze, and maintain quantitative and qualitative databases and studies related to Neuro-Oncology and Genitourinary Multi-Disciplinary Disease Groups. Assist in the preparation and dissemination of research.
  2. 2. Last Updated: 9/2/2021 Corbin J. Standley, Curriculum Vitae Page 2 of 15 RESEARCH EXPERIENCE (CONTINUED) 2015 – 2017 Research Assistant Roadmap Research Global, LLC (Intermittent Position) Supervisor: Mary VanLeeuwen Johnstun, M.A. Collect, enter, and analyze quantitative and qualitative data related to studies and surveys conducted on behalf of clientele. Assist in the formatting and dissemination of research findings for clientele. 2014 – 2015 Community Research Coordinator Center for Community Engaged Learning, Weber State University Supervisors: Azenett A. Garza, Ph.D. & Brenda Marsteller Kowalewski, Ph.D. Train and supervise student Research Assistant employees and volunteers. Collect, enter, analyze, manage, and report findings for data related to University and community research projects, as well as for local and Federal grants. 2013 – 2014 Student Research Assistant Center for Community Engaged Learning, Weber State University Supervisor: Azenett A. Garza, Ph.D. Collect, enter, analyze, manage, and report findings for data related to University and community research projects. Design and develop content for organization’s website and social media platforms. TEACHING EXPERIENCE Summer 2021 Assistant Instructor, Instructor of Record PSY 444: Adolescent Development, Michigan State University Student Evaluation Mean Scores (1-5, 1=Superior) Instructor Involvement: 2.15 Student-Instructor Interaction: 2.16 Course Demands: 2.25 Course Organization: 2.18 April 2021 Guest Lecturer (with Amelia Noor-Oshiro, MPH) AS 280.240: Research Methods in Public Health, Johns Hopkins University Systematic reviews: State of the field and applying theory Professors: Zoé Hendrickson, Ph.D. & Jennifer Glick, Ph.D., MPH Spring 2021 Graduate Teaching Assistant PSY 280: Abnormal Psychology, Michigan State University Professor: NiCole T. Buchanan, Ph.D. Guest Lecturer: Suicide: Prevalence and Risk and Protective Factors Fall 2020 Graduate Teaching Assistant PSY 280: Abnormal Psychology, Michigan State University Professor: Jae Puckett, Ph.D. Guest Lecturer: Suicide: Prevalence and Risk and Protective Factors Summer 2020 Graduate Teaching Assistant, Instructor of Record PSY 280: Abnormal Psychology, Michigan State University Student Evaluation Mean Scores (1-5, 1=Superior) Instructor Involvement: 1.5 Student-Instructor Interaction: 1.56 Course Demands: 1.66 Course Organization: 1.56
  3. 3. Last Updated: 9/2/2021 Corbin J. Standley, Curriculum Vitae Page 3 of 15 TEACHING EXPERIENCE (CONTINUED) April 2020 Guest Lecturer PSY 992: Prevention and Health Promotion for Youth, Michigan State University Policy change: Transforming research into action Professor: Ignacio D. Acevedo- Polakovich, Ph.D. October 2019 Guest Lecturer PSY 956: Child and Adolescent Assessment and Treatment, Michigan State University Youth Suicide: Prevalence and risk and protective factors Professor: Amy Drahota, Ph.D. INSTRUCTOR & TRAINER EXPERIENCE “It’s Real”: College Students and Mental Health Invited facilitator for presentation about college student mental health at colleges and universities September 2019 – Present; 3 presentations conducted More Than Sad Invited trainer for presentation on suicide risk in youth for teachers, school staff, and parents. August 2019 – Present; 10 trainings conducted Talk Saves Lives Invited trainer for presentation providing an overview on suicide statistics and intervention September 2018 – Present; 29 trainings conducted GRANT EXPERIENCE 2021 – 2026 Data and Evaluation Consultant, Eaton Regional Education Service Agency. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ($625,000). Drug Free Communities Grant. Eaton Rapids Health Alliance, Charlotte, MI; Under Review. With Kim Thalison (Project Coordinator), Laurie Marshall, Holly Makimaa, and Jaynaya James. 2022 – 2026 Evaluator and Data Consultant, Eaton Regional Education Service Agency. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration ($625,000). Mental Health Awareness Training Grant. Tri-County LifeSavers Suicide Prevention Coalition, Lansing, MI; Under Review. With Kim Thalison (Project Director), Mary Ann Schmedlen, and Becki Potter. 2021 – 2023 Evaluator and Data Consultant, Eaton Regional Education Service Agency. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ($358,697). COVID-19 Local Education Agency Supplemental Grant. CDC DASH Grant for Michigan Capital Area, Charlotte, MI; Funded. With Christina Holmes (Grant Coordinator), Melea Belton (Project Lead), Kim Thalison, and staff. 2020 – 2021 Data and Research Consultant, Eaton Regional Education Service Agency. Mid-State Health Network ($60,000). SAMHSA SPF-PFS Grant. Eaton County Substance Abuse Advisory Group, Charlotte, MI; Funded. With Kim Thalison (Project Coordinator). 2019 – 2020 Co-Principal Investigator, BC Pulse. W.K. Kellogg Foundation ($700,000). Building an equitable early childhood system. Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI; Funded With Pennie Foster-Fishman, Ph.D. (PI) and Abby Wattenberg, MSSA (Co-PI) 2019 – 2020 Data Consultant, LifeSavers Suicide Prevention Coalition. Mid-State Health Network ($33,000). PA2 Grant. CEI Community Mental Health, Lansing, MI; Funded With Jody Nelson (Chair), Jennifer Cronkite, Kim Thalison, and Jody Hoepfner
  4. 4. Last Updated: 9/2/2021 Corbin J. Standley, Curriculum Vitae Page 4 of 15 GRANT EXPERIENCE (UNFUNDED) 2015 – 2017 Postbaccalaureate Research Consultant, First in the World Grant, U.S. Department of Education. Developing a Student Growth Assessment Toolkit to Improve Retention and Graduation Rates of High-Needs Students Participating in a High-Impact Practice. Weber State University, Ogden, UT; Unfunded. With Brenda Marsteller Kowalewski, Ph.D. (PI), Leah Murray, Ph.D. (Co-I), and Katharine French-Fuller, Ph.D. (Co-I). PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS Standley, C. J. & Foster-Fishman, P. (2021). Intersectionality, social support, and youth suicidality: A socioecological approach to prevention. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, 51(2), 203-211. https://doi.org/10.1111/sltb.12695 Standley, C. J. (2021). Using community psychology values to foster state-level change. The Community Psychologist, 54(1), 32-34. [Peer-reviewed article in professional society newsletter]. Standley, C. J. (2020). Intersectionality, social support, and youth suicide prevention [Peer reviewed research summary]. AGEP Bulletin, 8(1), 28-30. Standley, C. J. (2020). Expanding our paradigms: Intersectional and socioecological approaches to suicide prevention. Death Studies, online first. https://doi.org/10.1080/07481187.2020.1725934 Standley, C. J. (2015) Religiosity, personality, and attitudes toward homosexuality [Abstract]. ERGO Undergraduate Research Journal, 9, 170. Garcia, C. E., Standley, C. J., Staker, K., Drysdale, L., & McGillivray, S. (2015). Internet usage, personality, narcissism, and motivations for Facebook usage [Abstract]. ERGO Undergraduate Research Journal, 9, 169. MANUSCRIPTS IN PROGRESS ( + indicates shared first authorship) Bauder, C. R. & Standley, C. J. (under revision). Starting from the top: The development of an integrated ecological prevention model for suicide. Robertson, R. A., Gunn III, J. F., Standley, C. J., & Opara, I. (in prep). Structural indicators of suicide: An exploration of state-level risk factors among Black and White people in the United States, 2015-2019. Invited submission for Journal of Public Mental Health special issue. Standley, C. J. (in prep). Social justice and equity: A review of school-based suicide prevention programs. Noor-Oshiro, A.+ & Standley, C. J.+ (in prep). Comprehensively integrating intersectionality into quantitative study designs for health disparities research. Noor-Oshiro, A.+ , Ali-Faisal, S.+ , & Standley, C. J. (under review). Construing the psychological implications of state-sanctioned Islamophobia and intersectional structural violence. Submitted to Journal of Social Issues special issue. Standley, C. J., Meeks, R., Foster-Fishman, P., Watson, E. R., Aymor, L., & Greear, J. (in prep). Equity in community psychology: From talk to action. Foster-Fishman, P., Watson, E., Standley, C. J., Meeks, R. D., & Nottingham, J. (under revision). Equity dose as a heuristic for enhancing equity and reducing inequity.
  5. 5. Last Updated: 9/2/2021 Corbin J. Standley, Curriculum Vitae Page 5 of 15 OTHER PUBLICATIONS Standley, C. J. (2021). Losing a loved one to suicide is devastating, investing in prevention could save lives. Op-Ed. Lansing State Journal. [Published at https://tinyurl.com/CorbinLSJOpEd] Standley, C. J. (2021). Putting the unity in community: The perseverance of AFSP’s volunteers. [Blog post]. American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Real Stories Blog. [Published at https://afsp.org/story/putting-the-unity-in-community-the-perseverance-of-afsp-s-volunteers] Williams, J. & Standley, C. J. (2020). Prison suicide is an untold story of our failure to provide compassionate rehabilitation. Op-Ed. Lansing State Journal. [Published at: https://tinyurl.com/LSJSolitary] Standley, C. J. (2020). Policy Change to Prevent Suicide: Turning Research into Action. netECR Early Career Researchers Blog. [Published at: https://tinyurl.com/netECRPolicy] Standley, C. J. (2020). COVID-19 and Suicide: Prioritizing Our Well-Being. [Blog post]. Michigan State University Science Communications Voices Blog. [Published at: https://www.msuscicomm.org/post/covid-19-and-suicide-prioritizing-our-well-being] Standley, C. J. (2020). Holistic public policy can save young lives. Op-Ed. Lansing State Journal. [Published at: https://tinyurl.com/CorbinOpEd] Standley, C. J. (2019). Out of the darkness: Prevention and advocacy as healing. In L. Heilmann, Still with us: Voices of sibling suicide loss survivors. Atlanta, GA: DBI Publishers. Standley, C. J. (2018, November). Loss, identity, and advocacy. [Blog post]. American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Lifesavers Blog. TECHNICAL REPORTS (* denotes undergraduate student collaborator) State Suicide Prevention Commission (2021). Michigan Suicide Prevention Commission initial report. State of Michigan, State Legislature. Commissioner, Researcher, & Data consultant. State Suicide Prevention Commission (2020). Michigan Suicide Prevention Commission preliminary report. State of Michigan, State Legislature. Commissioner, Researcher, & Data consultant. Standley, C. J. & Depowski, R. (2020). Diversity, equity, and inclusion toolkit: Maximizing Chapter impact by recruiting for diversity. American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Project leader & Author. Foster-Fishman, P., Wattenberg, A., Szymecko, L., Virden, T., Adaji, R., Standley, C. J., Meeks, R., Maleitzke, J.*, Mueller, N., Greear, J.*, Taufiq, M., & Raphelson, M.* (2020). State Innovation Model Project collective impact evaluation findings. Lansing, MI: DHHS. Statistician & Evaluator. Standley, C. J., Maleitzke, J.*, Wattenberg, A., & Foster-Fishman, P. (2020). Pulse Survey 2019: FES findings. Battle Creek, MI: BC Pulse. Statistician & Author. Standley, C. J., Maleitzke, J.*, Wattenberg, A., & Foster-Fishman, P. (2020). Pulse Survey 2019: Health findings. Battle Creek, MI: BC Pulse. Statistician & Author. Standley, C. J., Maleitzke, J.*, Wattenberg, A., & Foster-Fishman, P. (2020). Pulse Survey 2019: Education findings. Battle Creek, MI: BC Pulse. Statistician & Author. Standley, C. J. (2019). Social support & youth suicide: An intersectional and socioecological approach. Lansing, MI: LifeSavers Suicide Prevention Coalition. Author, Design, & Statistician
  6. 6. Last Updated: 9/2/2021 Corbin J. Standley, Curriculum Vitae Page 6 of 15 TECHNICAL REPORTS (CONTINUED) Standley, C. J. & Windom, S. (2019). AFSP Michigan Chapter FY2019 Impact Report. American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Data & Design. Bustos, T. E. & Standley, C. J. (2019). BC Pulse Culture of Equity Survey dashboard and results. Battle Creek, MI: BC Pulse. Author & Design Szymecko, L., Standley, C. J., & Foster-Fishman, P. (2019). Community Health Innovation Regions Update: Collective Impact Initial Findings. Lansing, MI: Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. Author & Design Standley, C. J., Szymecko, L., Aymor, L., & Greear, J*, Wattenberg, A., & Foster-Fishman, P. (2018). Livingston- Washtenaw Community Health Innovation Region: Innovative Approaches to Reinvent Health. Ann Arbor, MI: Center for Healthcare Research and Transformation. Author & Design Standley, C. J., Szymecko, L., Aymor, L., & Wattenberg, A., & Foster-Fishman, P. (2018). Northern Michigan Community Health Innovation Region: Innovative Approaches to Reinvent Health. Charlevoix, MI: Northern Michigan Public Health Alliance. Author & Design Standley, C. J., Szymecko, L., Aymor, L., & Meeks, R. D., Wattenberg, A., & Foster-Fishman, P. (2018). Jackson Community Health Innovation Region: Innovative Approaches to Transform Health. Jackson, MI: Henry Ford Allegiance Prevention and Community Health. Author & Design Standley, C. J., Szymecko, L., Aymor, L., & Wattenberg, A., & Foster-Fishman, P. (2018). Muskegon Community Health Innovation Region: Innovative Approaches to Transform Health. Muskegon, MI: Muskegon Community Health Project. Author & Design Standley, C. J., Szymecko, L., Aymor, L., & Wattenberg, A., & Foster-Fishman, P. (2018). Genesee Community Health Innovation Region: Innovative Approaches to Transform Health. Flint, MI: Greater Flint Health Coalition. Author & Design Standley, C. J. & Gibson, N. (2018). Recommendations for Establishing a State Suicide Prevention Commission. Lansing, MI: State Representative Jim Runestad’s office. Author Standley, C. J. (2018). Tri-county youth suicide: Preliminary data report. Lansing, MI: LifeSavers Suicide Prevention Coalition. Author, Design, & Statistician Wattenberg, A., Virden, T., Standley, C. J., & Foster-Fishman, P. (2018). CHIR prioritization survey summary report. Five individualized reports generated: Author and data visualization. Northern Michigan Public Health Alliance; Muskegon Community Health Project; U of M Center for Healthcare Research and Transformation; Henry Ford Allegiance Prevention and Community Health; Flint, MI: Greater Flint Health Coalition Standley, C. J. & Ogunneye, Y. (2017). Neuro-Oncology Cancer Clinical Research database. Salt Lake City, UT: Neuro-Oncology Team: Huntsman Cancer Institute, University of Utah. Author Standley, C. J. (2016). Tobacco usage, cessation, and genitourinary malignancies. Salt Lake City, UT: Genitourinary Malignancies Disease-Oriented Team: Huntsman Cancer Institute, University of Utah. Author Standley, C. J. (2015). Minority college student retention: Summary report. Ogden, UT: Center for Community Engaged Learned and Center for Diversity & Unity, Weber State University. Author Standley, C. J. (2014). Community partner survey: Summary report. Ogden, UT: Center for Community Engaged Learning, Weber State University. Author
  7. 7. Last Updated: 9/2/2021 Corbin J. Standley, Curriculum Vitae Page 7 of 15 TECHNICAL REPORTS (CONTINUED) Brignone, E. & Standley, C. J. (2013). OUPN community needs assessment report. Ogden, UT: United Way of Northern Utah. Author CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS (* denotes undergraduate student collaborator) Bauder, R. & Standley, C. J. (2021, October). Starting from the top: The development of an integrated ecological prevention model for suicide. Oral presentation submitted to the International Summit on Suicide Research – Barcelona, Spain Standley, C. J. (2021, October). Social justice and equity: A review of school-based suicide prevention programs. Poster presentation submitted to the International Summit on Suicide Research – Barcelona, Spain McLean, C., Reyes, A., & Standley, C. J. (2021, August). Social media and virtual networking as a trainee. Panel session at the American Psychological Association 129th Annual Convention – Virtual Standley, C. J. (2021, August). Collaborative issue identification and decision making in community- academic partnerships. In T.E. Bustos (Chair), Noticing, Navigating and Negotiating Power Dynamics in Community Engaged Research. Symposium presented at the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues annual conference – Virtual Standley, C. J. & Meeks, R. D. (2021, June). Equity in community psychology: From talk to action. Town hall meeting presentation presented at the Society for Community Research and Action biennial conference – Virtual Standley, C. J. (2021, June). Social justice and equity: A review of school-based suicide prevention programs. Oral presentation presented at the Youth Suicide Research Consortium National Conference – Virtual Standley, C. J. (2021, June). Intersectionality, social support, and youth suicidality: A socioecological approach to prevention. Oral presentation presented at the Youth Suicide Research Consortium National Conference – Virtual Ebin, J., Gibson, N., & Standley, C. J. (2021, April). Tools to build a strong state foundation: Infrastructure development. Workshop presented at the American Association of Suicidology annual conference – Orlando, FL Standley, C. J. (2021, March). Intersectionality, social support, and youth suicidality: A socioecological approach to prevention. Paper presented at the Science of Suicide Prevention Summit – University of Michigan Injury Prevention Center. Standley, C. J. (2020, November). Dying in the margins: Intersectionality and suicide prevention. Oral presentation presented at the International Conference on Community Psychology – Melbourne, Australia. (Virtual due to COVID-19 pandemic) Standley, C. J. (2020, November). Intersectionality, social support, and youth suicidality: A socioecological approach to prevention. Oral presentation presented at the International Network of Early Career Researchers in Suicide and Self-Harm (netECR) conference – Online Noor-Oshiro, A. & Standley, C. J. (2020, October). Integrating structural violence and intersectionality in quantitative study design: Multidimensional conceptual framing and approaches for health inequities research. Oral presentation presented at the American Public Health Association Conference – San Francisco, CA (*Presentation canceled due to COVID-19 pandemic) Standley, C. J. (2020, April). Quantitative methods and intersectionality: Tensions and future directions. Paper presentation presented at the American Association of Suicidology annual conference – Portland, OR. (*Virtual due to COVID-19 pandemic) Standley, C. J., Virden, T., & Foster-Fishman, P. (2019, November). “Power to”: Restructuring power to create community change. In P. Foster-Fishman (Chair), Redefining the Meaning of Place, Power, and Sustainability in Community Change Initiatives. Panel presentation presented at the American Evaluation Association Annual Conference – Minneapolis, MN
  8. 8. Last Updated: 9/2/2021 Corbin J. Standley, Curriculum Vitae Page 8 of 15 CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS (CONTINUED) (* denotes undergraduate student collaborator) Standley, C. J. (2019, October). Social support as a protective factor for youth suicide: An intersectional and socioecological approach. Poster presented at the International Summit on Suicide Research – Miami, FL Foster-Fishman, P., Morrison, S., Meeks, R., & Standley, C. J. (2019, September). Equity in implementation. Interactive workshop session presented at the Global Implementation Conference – Glasgow, Scotland Standley, C. J. (2019, September). Protective factors for youth suicide: An intersectional and socioecological approach. Poster presented at the 30th World Congress of the International Association for Suicide Prevention – Derry-Londonderry, Northern Ireland Standley, C. J. (2019, August). Quantitative methods and intersectionality: Are they compatible? In Q. Lei (Chair), Intersectionality in Community Psychology. Featured symposium presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Conference – Chicago, IL Standley, C. J., Meeks, R., & Foster-Fishman, P. (2019, June). Equity in community psychology: A call to action. In C. J. Standley & P. Foster-Fishman (Chairs), Equity in Action: Research and Practice for Community Change. Symposium presented at the Society for Community Research and Action Biennial Conference – Chicago, IL Aymor, L., Standley, C. J., & Virden, T. (2018, October). Revealing hidden power and priorities in systems change. In P. Foster-Fishman (Chair), Negotiating Power and Equity in Systems Change. Paper presented at the American Evaluation Association Annual Conference – Cleveland, OH Standley, C. J., Meeks, R. D., & Foster-Fishman, P., (2018, October). Equity in community psychology. In C. J. Standley (chair) Equity in Community Psychology: From Talk to Action. Thematic table presented at the International Conference on Community Psychology – Santiago, Chile Meeks, R. D., Standley, C. J., & Foster-Fishman, P., (2018, October). From talk to action: Tools for equity. In C. J. Standley (chair) Equity in Community Psychology: From Talk to Action. Thematic table presented at the International Conference on Community Psychology – Santiago, Chile Foster-Fishman, P., Meeks, R. D., & Standley, C. J. (2018, October). The power of a systems science approach. In C. J. Standley (chair) Equity in Community Psychology: From Talk to Action. Thematic table presented at the International Conference on Community Psychology – Santiago, Chile Foster-Fishman, P., Watson, E. R., Standley, C. J., & Meeks, R. D. (2018, June). Transforming systems of inequities: A systems science approach to equity. Interactive discussion presented at the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues Annual Conference – Pittsburgh, PA Standley, C. J. (2018, April). Social support as a protective factor for youth suicide. Poster presented at the American Association of Suicidology Conference – Washington, D.C. Standley, C. J., Meeks, R. D., Sheikhaden, A.*, Weir, S., Murillo, Y., & Foster-Fishman, P. (2017, October). Equity in community interventions: From talk to foreseeable change. Roundtable discussion presented at the Midwest Eco Psychology Conference – East Lansing, MI Christensen, G.*, Maxwell, A., Webster, T.*, Standley, C. J., Colman, H., & Cohen, A. L. (2017, April). Retrospective analysis of treatment regimens on oligodendroglioma patient outcomes. Poster presented at the University of Utah Undergraduate Research Symposium – Salt Lake City, UT Garcia, C. E.*, Standley, C. J., & Staker, K. (2016, April). Effects of country of origin, crime type, similarity, social dominance, and symbolic threat on the conviction and sentencing of undocumented immigrants. Poster presented at RMPA Conference – Denver, CO Maxwell, A. & Standley, C. J. (2015, December). Tumors of the brain, spine, and skull base: Status of the Clinical Cancer Registry database. Presentation at the Neuro-Oncology Treatment Planning Conference – Salt Lake City, UT
  9. 9. Last Updated: 9/2/2021 Corbin J. Standley, Curriculum Vitae Page 9 of 15 CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS (CONTINUED) Garcia, C. E., Standley, C. J., Staker, K., Drysdale, L., & McGillivray, S. (2015). Internet usage, personality, narcissism, and motivations for Facebook usage. Faculty Mentor: Shannon McGillivray, Ph.D. Poster presented at: Rocky Mountain Psychological Association – April, 2015; Boise, ID WSU Undergraduate Research Symposium – March, 2015; Ogden, UT Utah Conference on Undergraduate Research – February, 2015; St. George Aletheia Spring Celebration – February, 2015; Ogden, UT Standley, C. J., Garcia, C. E., Torres, L., Quintana, Y., & Garza, A. A. (2015, April). Chronic absenteeism: Implications for academic performance. Faculty Mentor: Azenett A. Garza, Ph.D. Poster presented at the WSU CCEL Community Engagement Symposium – Ogden, UT Garcia, C. E., Standley, C. J., Torres, L., Quintana, Y., & Garza, A. A. (2015, April). English Language Learners: Implications for academic performance. Faculty Mentor: Azenett A. Garza, Ph.D. Poster presented at the WSU CCEL Community Engagement Symposium – Ogden, UT Torres, L., Standley, C. J., Garcia, C. E., Quintana, Y., & Garza, A. A. (2015, April). CRT and SAGE Scores: Implications for Ogden United Promise Neighborhood. Faculty Mentor: Azenett A. Garza, Ph.D. Poster presented at the WSU CCEL Community Engagement Symposium – Ogden, UT Standley, C. J. (2015). Religiosity, personality, and attitudes toward homosexuality (Senior Honors Thesis). Faculty Mentor: Theresa Kay, Ph.D. Poster presented at: National Conference on Undergrad. Research – April, 2015; Cheney, WA Rocky Mountain Psychological Association – April 2015; Boise, ID WSU Undergraduate Research Symposium – March, 2015; Ogden, UT Utah Conference on Undergraduate Research – February, 2015; St. George Standley, C. J., Spjut, N., & Tobar, P. (2014). Ogden United Promise Neighborhood community needs assessment: Economics and housing. Faculty Mentor: Azenett A. Garza, Ph.D. Poster presented at: CCEL Community Engagement Symposium – April 2014; Ogden, UT WSU Day at the Capitol – March, 2014; Salt Lake City, UT Standley, C. J., Spjut, N., & Tobar, P. (2014). Ogden United Promise Neighborhood community needs assessment: Education. Faculty Mentor: Azenett A. Garza, Ph.D. Poster presented at: CCEL Community Engagement Symposium – April 2014; Ogden, UT WSU Day at the Capitol – March, 2014; Salt Lake City, UT Spjut, N., Tobar, P., & Standley, C. J. (2014). Ogden United Promise Neighborhood community needs assessment: Health care. Faculty Mentor: Azenett A. Garza, Ph.D. Poster presented at: CCEL Community Engagement Symposium – April, 2014; Ogden, UT WSU Day at the Capitol – March, 2014; Salt Lake City, UT INVITED TALKS Standley, C. J. (2021, September). Check on your strong friends: Supporting loved ones and enhancing wellness. Invited presentation for the Institute of Real Estate Management – Chicago, IL Buyle, N. & Standley, C. J. (2021, August). Michigan Suicide Prevention Commission overview. Invited keynote address at Michigan Suicide Prevention Community Technical Assistance Meeting – Virtual Buyle, N., Jozlin, L., & Standley, C. J. (2021, August). Michigan Suicide Prevention Commission priorities deep dive. Invited breakout session presented at Michigan Suicide Prevention Community Technical Assistance Meeting – Virtual Standley, C. J. (2021, July). Dying in the margins: The role of equity in suicide prevention. Invited presentation for the Michigan Higher Education Network conference – Lansing, MI Standley, C. J. (2021, June). Science with an Impact: Working with Policy Makers. Invited presentation for the MSU Master’s Degree in Program Evaluation Occasional Speaker Series – East Lansing, MI Standley, C. J. (2021, May). Systems centered language: Talking about demographic disparities in data analysis and reporting. Invited presentation for the Eaton Regional Education Service Agency – Charlotte, MI
  10. 10. Last Updated: 9/2/2021 Corbin J. Standley, Curriculum Vitae Page 10 of 15 INVITED TALKS (CONTINUED) Standley, C. J. (2021, March). Science with an Impact: Working with Policy Makers. Invited presentation for the MSU Ecological-Community Psychology Conversation Series – East Lansing, MI Meacham, M., Eisenberg, K., & Standley, C. J. (2021, January). Chapter Leaders Panel – Keeping AFSP’s work going through the pandemic. Invited panel for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Chapter Leadership Conference – Virtual Standley, C. J. (2020, July). Dying in the margins: The role of anti-racism in suicide prevention. Invited presentation for the Whole Child tri-county coalition meeting – Charlotte, MI Standley, C. J. & Adams, J. M. P. (2020, March). Advocacy 101: Public policy to prevent suicide. Public policy workshop developed for AFSP Michigan State Capitol Day – Lansing, MI Standley, C. J. (2020, February). Diversity, equity, and inclusion: Maximizing Chapter impact by recruiting for diversity. Invited presentation: AFSP Michigan Board of Directors Annual Retreat – Brighton, MI Standley, C. J. (2020, February). Understanding and using evidence. Invited presentation: Tri-County LifeSavers Suicide Prevention Coalition – Lansing, MI Dumond, C., Standley, C. J., & Elmer, C. (2020, January). Enhancing your State Capitol Day event to change the message around suicide. Invited panel at the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Chapter Leadership Conference – Denver, CO Standley, C. J. & Adams, J. M. P. (2020, January). Advocacy to #StopSuicide. Invited presentation at the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Michigan Walk Chair Conference – Lansing, MI Standley, C. J. Social support & youth suicide: An intersectional and socioecological approach. Invited presentation: Michigan Association for Suicide Prevention – Corunna, MI (2020, March) Shiawassee Prevention Network – Corunna, MI (2020, February) Intermediate School Districts Curriculum Directors – Mason, MI (2019, September) Tri-County LifeSavers Suicide Prevention Coalition – Lansing, MI (2019, August) Standley, C. J. (2019, September). Seize the Awkward: Youth and mental health. Invited presentation at the Women of AT&T Michigan’s Girls in Future Technologies/STEM Event – Detroit, MI Standley, C. J. (2019, April). Policy for suicide prevention and mental health promotion. Policy Workshop facilitated for AFSP State Capitol Advocacy Day – Lansing, MI Standley, C. J. Tri-county youth suicide: Preliminary data report. Invited presentation to: Eaton County Department of Health and Human Services – Charlotte, MI (2019, February) Michigan DHHS State Epidemiology Outcomes Workgroup – St. Johns, MI (2018, August) Tri-County LifeSavers Suicide Prevention Coalition – Lansing, MI (2018, May) Standley, C. J. (2019, March). Building a culture to combat youth suicide. Invited speech at: Surviving the Social Jungle conference – Bloomfield Hills, MI Windom, S., Standley, C. J., & Singer, E. (2018, May). Advocacy for suicide prevention legislation. Policy Workshop facilitated for AFSP State Capitol Advocacy Day – Lansing, MI Standley, C. J. (2017, November). Moving through grief. Invited keynote speaker for the Lansing International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day – Lansing, MI Standley, C. J. (2017, April). Out of the darkness. Invited keynote speaker for the annual AFSP Out of the Darkness Campus Walk – Weber State University: Ogden, UT Standley, C. J. (2016, November). Moving through grief. Invited keynote speaker for the Ogden International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day – Ogden, UT Standley, C. J. (2016, February). Graduation & beyond. Invited keynote speaker for the Honors Program Food for Thought series – Weber State University: Ogden, UT Standley, C. J. (2016, January). Conserving lives. Invited keynote speaker for the Center for Community Engaged Learning Suicide Prevention Training – Weber State University: Ogden, UT
  11. 11. Last Updated: 9/2/2021 Corbin J. Standley, Curriculum Vitae Page 11 of 15 LEGISLATIVE TESTIMONY 2019, September. Senate Bill 0228 (Runestad): Establishing a state suicide prevention commission. House Committee on Ways and Means; Brandt Iden, Chair 2019, June. Senate Bill 0228 (Runestad): Establishing a state suicide prevention commission. House Committee on Health Policy; Hank Vaupel, Chair 2019, April. Senate Bill 0228 (Runestad): Establishing a state suicide prevention commission. Senate Committee on Health Policy and Human Services; Curtis S. VanderWall, Chair OTHER PUBLIC SPEAKING 2020, November. Invited moderator for AFSP Michigan International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day Survivor Panel. – Statewide, MI 2019, March. Invited panelist for University of Michigan Depression Center Bright Nights: Understanding Depression community forum – Ann Arbor, MI 2019, March. Invited panelist for No Filters, An Honest Approach to Addressing Challenges in a Teen Boy’s World. Teens Empowered: A Teen’s World Conference – Bloomfield Hills, MI 2018, September. Invited panelist for World Suicide Prevention Day Documentary Screening. Michigan State University Council of Graduate Students – East Lansing, MI 2017, March. Invited panelist for LGBTQ+ Youth Suicide in Utah. American Democracy Project Deliberative Democracy Day – Weber State University: Ogden, UT 2016, April. Invited panelist for Mental Health Panel Discussion. Associated Students of the University of Utah Mental Health Awareness Week – Salt Lake City, UT LEADERSHIP & COMMITTEES National Public Policy Council, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Council Member: May, 2021 – Present State Suicide Prevention Commission Commission Member (Appointed by Governor Gretchen Whitmer): April, 2020 – Present Policy Subcommittee Member: October, 2020 – Present Data Subcommittee Member: May, 2020 – Present Tri-County LifeSavers Suicide Prevention Coalition Member: October, 2017 – Present Steering Committee Member: August, 2018 – Present American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, Michigan Chapter Chairman, Board of Directors: July, 2019 – Present Lead Public Policy Field Ambassador – November, 2019 – Present Public Policy Committee Member: March, 2018 – Present Board Member, Board of Directors: December, 2017 – Present Executive Board Member & Secretary: March, 2018 – June, 2019 Ecological-Community Psychology Admissions Committee Student Representative: September, 2018 – 2019 Legacy Suicide Survivors Group Board Member, Board of Directors: July, 2016 – July, 2017 WSU Out of the Darkness Suicide Awareness Walk Planning Committee Founder and Chairman: December, 2014 – May, 2015 Consultant and Committee Member: December, 2015 – July, 2017 NUHOPE Suicide Prevention Task Force Member and Volunteer: December, 2014 – July, 2017
  12. 12. Last Updated: 9/2/2021 Corbin J. Standley, Curriculum Vitae Page 12 of 15 LEADERSHIP & COMMITTEES (CONTINUED) State Youth Treatment Planning Grant Committee Utah State Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health Committee Member: March, 2016 – March, 2017 Honors Program Student Advisory Board President: July, 2014 – May, 2015 Public Relations Coordinator: July, 2013 – May, 2014 The National Society of Collegiate Scholars Chapter President: December, 2012 – August, 2014 Executive Vice President: July, 2012 – November, 2012 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Suicide Research Methods Training Series International Academy of Suicide Research & American Foundation for Suicide Prevention October 15-29, 2020; Online ICPSR Summer Program in Quantitative Methods of Social Research Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research July 22–August 16, 2019; Ann Arbor, Michigan SCRA Pre-Conference Policy Workshop Society for Community Research and Action June 26, 2019; Chicago, IL FELLOWSHIPS, SCHOLARSHIPS, & FUNDING AWARDS SPSSI Diversity Graduate Student Conference Award Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues; August 2021 SCRA Biennial Scholarship Award Society for Community Research and Action; June 2021 University Distinguished Fellowship The Graduate School, Michigan State University ($140,000); Fall 2017 – Spring 2022 Disciplinary Leadership Award, Council of Graduate Students The Graduate School, Michigan State University ($2,000); Fall, 2021 The Graduate School Travel Fellowship Michigan State University ($350) Used to facilitate travel to International Association for Suicide Prevention; September, 2019 ICPSR Summer Program Diversity Scholarship Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR; $5,500); July-August, 2019 American Evaluation Association Student Travel Award American Evaluation Association ($1,000); October, 2018 International Studies and Programs Travel Fellowship International Studies and Programs, Michigan State University ($200) Used to facilitate travel to the International Conference on Community Psychology; October, 2018 College of Social Science Travel Fellowship College of Social Science, Michigan State University ($1,000) Used for various conference travel expenses; October, 2018-October, 2019 MSU Department of Psychology Travel Fellowships Department of Psychology, Michigan State University ($4,235) Used for various conference travel expenses; April, 2018-October, 2019 Department of Psychology Scholarship Recipient Weber State University: 2013, 2014, 2015
  13. 13. Last Updated: 9/2/2021 Corbin J. Standley, Curriculum Vitae Page 13 of 15 FELLOWSHIPS, SCHOLARSHIPS, & FUNDING AWARDS (CONTINUED) J.W. Marriott Scholarship Recipient Weber State University: 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 OUR Research Travel Grants Office of Undergraduate Research, Weber State University ($1,574.08) Used to facilitate Conference registration and travel; February-April, 2015 Dean’s Merit Award Scholarship Recipient College of Social & Behavioral Sciences, Weber State University: 2014-2015 Academic Year President’s Office Travel Grant Office of the President, Weber State University ($400) Used to facilitate travel to ScholarCon Leadership Conference; April, 2014 Student Affairs Travel Grant Division of Student Affairs, Weber State University ($500) Used to facilitate travel to ScholarCon Leadership Conference; April, 2014 Honors Program Travel Honorarium Honors Program, Weber State University ($1,000) Used to facilitate three-week service project in Chiclayo, Peru; April, 2014 Mower, Barry, & Kathy Scholarship Recipient Weber State University: 2012-2013 Academic Year High Honors Scholarship Recipient Weber State University: 2011-2012 Academic Year PROFESSIONAL AND COMMUNITY AWARDS Citizen Scientist Student Award American Association of Suicidology: April, 2020 National Sandy Martin Grassroots Field Advocate of the Year Award American Foundation for Suicide Prevention: June, 2019 Utah Campus Compact Presidential Award – Community Engaged Alumnus Weber State University: March, 2017 Nye Outstanding Senior Award Honors Program, Weber State University: April, 2015 Crystal Crest “Man of the Year” Finalist Weber State University: April, 2015 Crystal Crest “Volunteer Service Award” Finalist Weber State University: March, 2014 SELECTED PRESS & MEDIA “Out of the Darkness” Cover story about campus suicide prevention and suicide loss. Wildcat Magazine Interview with Katie England. February. 2021; Ogden, UT “Suicide Prevention Month, The Importance of Mental Health” In-studio interview about National Suicide Prevention Month. WLNS 6 News Interview with Kalie Marantette. September 20, 2020; Lansing, MI “September is Suicide Prevention Month” Live interview about National Suicide Prevention Month. Fox 2 Interview with Amy Andrews. September 2, 2020; Detroit, MI “Break Down the Walls No. 2 – Corbin J. Standley” Podcast interview about suicide, social justice, and COVID-19. Punk Rock Pariah Podcast Interview with Grendel & Greg. April 15, 2020.
  14. 14. Last Updated: 9/2/2021 Corbin J. Standley, Curriculum Vitae Page 14 of 15 SELECTED PRESS & MEDIA (CONTINUED) “New Commission to Tackle State’s High Suicide Rate” Article about gubernatorial appointment to Suicide Prevention Commission. Spartan Newsroom Profile with Kyle Davidson. April 10, 2020; East Lansing, MI “Tougher Anti-Bullying, Suicide Bills Continue to Languish” Article about bullying and suicide prevention legislation in Michigan. Lansing State Journal Interview with Rachel Greco. February 2, 2020; Lansing, MI “Youth Suicide Prevention” Podcast interview about master’s thesis research and suicide prevention. Impact89 FM Podcast on Sci-Files. November 17, 2019; East Lansing, MI “Suicides Among People 65 and Older, Under 25 Rise in Lansing Area” Article about rising suicide rates among seniors and young adults. Lansing State Journal Interview with Kara Berg. September 27, 2019; Lansing, MI “Corbin Standley, Chair of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Michigan Chapter” Live radio interview about warning signs for suicide and work in Michigan. Michigan’s Big Show Interview with Michael Patrick Shiels. September 10, 2019; Lansing, MI “Mental Health Equity Law Doesn't Cover Health Insurance for Michigan State Workers” Article about mental health parity in Michigan. Lansing State Journal Interview with Carol Thompson. August 5, 2019; Lansing, MI “Push for Suicide Prevention Commission Continues: It Could Save Lives” On-site interview about SB228 establishing a statewide suicide prevention commission. WWMT TV Interview with Mikenzie Frost. June 20, 2019; Lansing, MI “WSU Grant to Support Suicide Prevention” On-site interview about Garrett Lee Smith Grant for Weber State University. KSL 5 News Interview with Mike Anderson. December 20, 2018; Centerville, UT “Thousands Walk for Suicide Prevention” On-site interview about AFSP Michigan’s Out of the Darkness Walk. HOMTV Interview with Courtland Jenkins. October 1, 2018; Lansing, MI “A Conversation That Could Save a Life” In-studio interview about National Suicide Prevention Week. HOMTV Interview with Deja Green. September 11, 2018; Lansing, MI “Death by Suicide: One Man’s Story” On-site interview about suicide loss and prevention. WILX News 10. Interview with Cryss Walker. May 11, 2018; Lansing, MI “Shedding Light on Suicide Prevention & Awareness” Live in-studio panel about suicide prevention in mid-Michigan. HOMTV Open Line. Panel discussion with Mike Scott. May 3, 2018; Okemos, MI “LGBTQ suicide and prevention focus of local Conference” On-site interview about LGBTQ+ suicide Conference. ABC 4 News Utah. Interview with Glen Mills. April 18, 2017; Salt Lake City, UT “Narcissists don’t like to be unfriended” Article about research on social media usage and personality types. The Standard-Examiner. Article by Becky Wright. October 30, 2015; Ogden, UT MEMBERSHIPS Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, Graduate Student Member 2021 – Present International Association for Suicide Prevention, Student Member 2020 – Present Scholars Strategy Network, Member 2020 – Present netECR – Suicidology Early Career Researchers Network, Member 2019 – Present American Evaluation Association, Student Member 2018 – Present
  15. 15. Last Updated: 9/2/2021 Corbin J. Standley, Curriculum Vitae Page 15 of 15 MEMBERSHIPS (CONTINUED) APA Association of Graduate Students, Member 2017 – Present American Psychological Association, Graduate Student Affiliate Member 2017 – Present American Association of Suicidology, Associate Member 2017 – 2021 Society for Community Research and Action (APA Division 27), Student Member 2015 – Present The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, Member in Good Standing 2013 – Present Psi Chi International Honor Society, Member in Good Standing 2013 – Present The National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Member 2011 – Present PROGRAMS & SERVICE Journal Reviewer British Journal of Psychiatry Open Crisis Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research Journal of Homosexuality Social Work Research Translational Issues in Psychological Science Conference Abstract Reviewer Society for Community Research and Action Biennial Conference – May, 2021 Division 45, American Psychological Association Annual Convention – February, 2021 American Association of Suicidology Annual Conference – November, 2019; November, 2020 American Evaluation Association Annual Conference (Community Psychology TIG) – April, 2019 Chapter Leadership Conference – American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Virtual: January 21, 2021 – January 24, 2021 Denver, CO: January 23, 2020 – January 26, 2020 Dallas, TX: January 24, 2019 – January 27, 2019 Ecological-Community Psychology Mentoring Program Peer Mentor, August 2018 – May 2019 Michigan State University Federal Policy Advocacy Forum – American Foundation for Suicide Prevention June 9, 2019 – June 12, 2019 June 10, 2018 – June 14, 2018 Alternative Spring Break Program – Weber State University March 8, 2015 – March 14, 2014 Seattle, Washington - 36 Service Hours International Community Engaged Learning Program June 16, 2014 – July 3, 2014 – Weber State University Chiclayo and Olmos, Perú - 84 Service Hours Center for Community Engaged Learning, Weber State University August, 2011 – May, 2015 Numerous Campus and Community Partners – 450 Combined Service Hours CERTIFICATIONS & TRAINING Suicide Prevention and Mental Health Training Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) Trained and Certified – June, 2019 Talk Saves Lives Trained – November, 2016; March, 2017; March, 2018 Mental Health First Aid Trained and Certified – November, 2016 Youth Mental Health First Aid Trained and Certified – June, 2016 safeTALK Trained and Certified – November, 2015 QPR Trained – March, 2015; January, 2016

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