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Curriculum Vita

  1. 1. Curriculum Vitae Ariane Prohaska Department of Criminal Justice The University of Alabama Tuscaloosa, AL 35487 Phone: (205) 348-7265 Farrah Hall 412 aprohaska@bama.ua.edu Education Ph.D., 2006, The University of Akron, Sociology. Dissertation: “The Gendered Division of Leave Taking”. M.A., 2001, The University of Akron, Sociology. Master’s Paper: “Shifts in Achieved Status Homogamy”. B.A., 1999, Baldwin-Wallace College, Sociology. Fields of Research/Teaching Interest: Sociology of Gender, Social Inequalities, Sociology of the Family, Masculinities, Research Methods Academic Employment Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Alabama, Department of Criminal Justice, Spring 2008-present Courses Taught: CJ 590 Social Inequality and Crime SOC 352 Social Inequality SOC 390 Gender and Society CJ 380/SOC 300 Research Methods CJ 381/SOC 301 Statistics SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology SOC 490 Applied Sociological Research (Independent Study) CJ 499 Independent Study Full-Time Instructor of Sociology, University of Alabama, Department of Criminal Justice, Fall 2006-Spring 2008. Course Taught: SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology- managed 600+ students enrolled in hybrid WebCT course containing online assignments such as essays, data analysis exercises, discussions, web quizzes, and exams. Students meet once a week in discussion sessions. Instructor had major role in troubleshooting, answering emails, and developing new content for the course.
  2. 2. Other Academic Experience: Developed hybrid course for Introduction to Sociology class using the E-Learning system. Tasks include finding multi-media and other materials for the course and working with technology specialists familiar with the E-Learning system. Instructor of Sociology, Stark State College, Summer 2006 Courses Taught: Introduction to Sociology Associate Instructor of Sociology, University of Akron, Department of Sociology, Fall 2005- Spring 2006. Courses Taught: Introduction to Sociology, Social Inequality Assistant Instructor of Sociology, University of Akron, Department of Sociology, Fall 2004- Summer 2005. Courses Taught: Introduction to Sociology, Social Inequality Research Assistant, Adolescent Substance Abuse Prevention Study (ASAPS), Summer 2005. Project studying the effectiveness of a school- based substance abuse program, delivered by D.A.R.E officers. Prepared data from Wave 6 surveys for analysis, assisted in descriptive analysis of data, and reviewed literature relevant to the program. Research Assistant for C.A.A.R.E. Project under Dr. Rebecca Erickson (Principal Investigator), May-December 2004. Assisted with data analysis of surveys of nurses, in charge of transcription and analysis of daily diaries of nurses, as well as other various duties. Research supported by grant from Health Resources and Services Administration. Journal Articles Prohaska, Ariane and Jeannine A. Gailey. “Achieving Masculinity Through Sexual Predation: The Case of Hogging.” Journal of Gender Studies. Forthcoming March 2010. Lo, Celia and Ariane Prohaska. “Environment Conducive to Active and Collaborative Learning: Redesigning Introduction to Sociology at a Large Research University.” Journal of Excellence in College Teaching . Forthcoming, accepted December 2009. Gailey, Jeannine A. and Ariane Prohaska. 2006. “ ‘Knocking Off a Fat Girl.’ An Exploration of Hogging, Male Sexuality, and Neutralizations.” Deviant Behavior. Zipp, John F., Ariane Prohaska, and Michelle Bemiller. “Wives, Husbands, and Hidden Power in Marriage.” 2004. Journal of Family Issues 25: 933-958.
  3. 3. Book Chapters Prohaska, Ariane and Jeannine A. Gailey. 2009. “Fat Women as ‘Easy Targets’: Achieving Masculinity through Hogging”. The Fat Studies Reader. Gailey, Jeannine and Ariane Prohaska. 2007. “Bad Boys and Bars: Hogging and Humiliation.” Youth Violence and Delinquency Interventions: Monsters and Myths, Vol. 3. Manuscripts under Review Prohaska, Ariane and John F. Zipp. “Gender Inequality and the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993.” Journal of Family Issues. Revise and Resubmit September 2009, Originally submitted February 2009. Gailey, Jeannine A. and Ariane Prohaska. “ ‘You’re Lucky You’re Both in Good Shape or Men Wouldn’t Be Talking to You About These Things.’ Gendered Negotiations Conducting In-Depth Interviews with Men.” Qualitative Sociology. Submitted December 2009. Manuscripts in Progress Prohaska, Ariane. “Feederism: Descriptions of Erotic Weight Gain on the Web”. IRB Approval received June 2009. Prohaska, Ariane. “Women Feeders and Gainers: A Life Course Perspective.” IRB approval received September 2009. Prohaska, Ariane and L. Gabrielle Trimm. “The Indie-Guitar Rock Subculture in a Southeastern College Town”. IRB approval received November 2008. Encyclopedia Article Prohaska, Ariane. 2008. “The Family and Medical Leave Act.” Battleground: the Family. Santa Barbara, CA: Greenwood Publishing. Presentations at Professional Meetings February 2010 “Feederism: Descriptions of Erotic Weight Gain on the Web”. Paper Presented at the Sociologists for Women in Soicety Semi-Annual Meeting, February 2010. August 2009 “Gender Inequality and the Family and Medical Leave Act”. Paper
  4. 4. Paper Presented at the American Sociological Association Annual Meetings, San Francisco, CA. August 2009 “Environment Conducive to Active and Collaborative Learning: Redesigning Introduction to Sociology at a Large Research University”. Paper Presented at the American Sociological Association Annual Meetings, San Francisco, CA (co-presenter). April 2009 “The Indie-Guitar Rock Subculture in a Southeastern College Town”. Paper presented at the Southern Sociological Society Annual Meetings, New Orleans, LA. March 2008 “Gender as a Theme in Legislative Discussions on the Family and Medical Leave Act.” Paper presented at the North Central Sociological Association’s Annual Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio February 2008 “ ‘You’re Lucky You’re Both in Good Shape or Men Wouldn’t Be Talking to You About These Things.’ Gendered Negotiations Conducting In-Depth Interviews with Men.” Paper presented at the Sociologists for Women in Society’s Annual Winter Meetings, New Orleans, LA (co-presenter). February 2007 “Fat Women as ‘Easy Targets’: Achieving Masculinity through Hogging.” Paper presented at the Sociologists for Women in Society’s Annual Winter Meetings, New Orleans, LA (co-presenter). October 2005 “Achieving Masculinity through Hogging.” Paper presented at the Mid- South Sociological Association’s Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA. April 2005 “Gender and the Formation of the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993.” Paper presented at the North Central Sociological Association’s Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, PA. April 2004 “Achieving Masculinity through Hogging.” Paper presented at the North Central Sociological Association’s Annual Conference, Cleveland, OH. April 2003 “Parental Leave: Where We’ve Been, Where We Are, and Where We’ve Yet to Go.” Paper presented at the North Central Sociological Association’s Annual Conference, Cincinnati, OH. April 2002 “Shifts in Achieved Status Homogamy.” Paper presented at the North Central Sociological Association’s Annual Conference, Windsor, Ontario Internal Grants Received
  5. 5. May 2009 Lichtenstein, Bronwen and Ariane Prohaska. Proposal for a Project to Develop a New Course: SOC 302 Sociological Theory. College of Arts and Sciences Teaching Grants Committee ($1500). February 2009 Active and Collaborative Learning Grant ($750), University of Alabama. Internal Grants Submitted January 2009 Prohaska, Ariane. An Online Survey of Gender Differences in Faculty Experiences of Undergraduate Teaching. Submitted to University of Alabama Research Grants Committee. Not funded. January 2010. Prohaska, Ariane. The Impact of BAPCPA on Bankruptcy: The Filing Experience. Submitted to University of Alabama Research Grants Committee. Under Review. Other Academic Experience January 2007 “We Have a Dream: Race Relations at The University of Alabama.” Invited Panelist for Forum on Race Relations. Fall 2008- Mentoring undergraduate student, L. Gabrielle Trimm. Student working Spring 2009 as research assistant on project “The Indie-Guitar Rock Subculture in a Southeastern College Town”. Student will present paper on preliminary findings at College of Arts & Sciences Undergraduate Research Competition. Thesis/Policy and Practice Committee Membership Thesis Committee Member, Kate Lorenz (MFA, creative Writing). “So Much Unfinished Business”. Successfully defended March 2010. Thesis Committee Chair, Melanie Holland. “Gender Disparities in Sentencing”. Defense expected in Spring 2010. Dissertation Committee Member, Jolene Tupling. “Does Nodding Cause Contagious Agreement? The Influence of Juror Nodding on Perceptions of Expert Witness Testimony”. Successfully defended August 2009. Thesis Committee Member, Thomas Allen. “Religiosity, Spirituality, and Adult Substance Abuse”. Successfully defended March 2009. . Thesis Committee Member, Katie Devlin. “A Gender Analysis of At-Risk Adolescents: Parental Incarceration, Emotional health, and Problem Behaviors.” Successfully defended May 2008.
  6. 6. Policy and Practice Committee Member, Victoria Tomczak. “The Effect of Community Violence Exposure on Substance Abuse”. Successfully defended May 2008. Departmental Committee Work Spring 2008- Undergraduate Committee, Department of Criminal Justice Present College-Level Committee Work Fall 2008- Appointed to Arts & Sciences Technology Advisory Board Present Service to Discipline Dec 2002- Graduate Student Board Member, Ohio Council on Family Relations Dec 2004 (OCFR). OCFR is an affiliate council of the National Council on Family Relations. Duties have included attending in-person and phone meetings, creating lists of Ohio universities in order to recruit new OCFRmembers, and creating a brochure to advertise and recruit for OCFR. Other Professional Experience Spring 2009 Active and Collaborative Learning Workshop: Rubrics, University of Alabama Fall 2008 Learner Centered Workshop, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Alabama Summers Editorial Assistant, Sociological Focus. Duties included finding 2001, 2002 reviewers for and sending out manuscripts, setting up reviewer database, and general office duties. Awards 2008 Nominated by undergraduate student (Skylar Sawyer) for Inspire Integrity Award, a teaching award sponsored by the National Society of Collegiate Scholars (Quarterfinalist). 2006 Outstanding Paper Award- CROW Conference, University of Akron 2005 Outstanding Graduate Student Teaching Award, Department of Sociology, University of Akron. 2004 Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Award, Department of Sociology, University of Akron.
  7. 7. 2003 Outstanding Graduate Student Service Award, Department of Sociology, University of Akron. Professional and Service Organization Memberships American Sociological Association National Council on Family Relations North Central Sociological Association Southern Sociological Society Alpha Kappa Delta International Sociology Honor Society, (Mu chapter President, 2002-2003) References John Zipp, Ph.D. Celia Lo, Ph.D. Department of Sociology Department of Criminal Justice Olin Hall 247b Box 870320 Akron, Ohio 44325-1905 Tuscaloosa, AL 35487 (330) 972-7480 (205) 348-3162 jzipp@uakron.edu clo@ua.edu Bronwen Lichtenstein, Ph.D. Department of Criminal Justice Box 870320 Tuscaloosa, AL 35487 (205) 348-7782 blichten@bama.ua.edu

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