Curriculum Vitae

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Education

2015Ph.D. in Sociology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
2007M.A. in Sociology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
2003B.A. in Psychology, University of Texas at Arlington

Works in Progress

“Changes in Market Risks and Market Protections: An Institutional Theory of Job Insecurity”

“The Worried Worker: Welfare State Policy and Affective Insecurity”

“Policy and Preferences: The Effect of Labor Market Rigidity and Decommodification on Workers’ Stated Preference for Temporary Work over Unemployment”

Grants and Fellowships

2015Junior Scholar Grant to attend the European Sociological Association Annual Meeting in Prague, Czech Republic. $150

2009Future Faculty Fellowship from The Graduate School, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. $500

2007Transportation Grant from The Graduate School, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. $1000

Conference Activity

2015“The Worried Worker: How Job and Employment Insecurity Mediate between Policy and Anxiety.” Presented at the 12th Conference of the European Sociological Association, Prague, Czech Republic.

2010“International Differences in Perceptions of Temporary Work: The Role of Relativity.” Presented at the annual meeting of the International Labor Process Conference, March 15-17, New Brunswick, NJ.

2008“Cognitive and Affective Job Insecurity in the Context of Production Regimes.” Presented at the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology Small Group Meeting on “Job Insecurity in Europe: State of the Art and New Directions,” September 17-19, Leuven, Belgium.

2007“An International Comparison of Mediators between Perceived Job Insecurity and Overall Job Satisfaction,” Presented at the biennial Work, Employment, and Society Conference, September 12-14, Aberdeen, Scotland.

2007“Are Front-line Service Occupations Transitional or Dead-End? The Case of Servers,” Roundtable presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, August 11-14, New York.

2005Marshall, Victor, Jennifer Craft-Morgan, and Lindsey M. King. “Workforce Aging in the New Economy” Presented at the North Carolina Conference on Aging, New Bern, NC.

Teaching Experience

Instructor of Record
The Labor Force
(Fall 2006 – Summer 2008; Summer 2009; Spring 2010; Spring 2011; Spring 2012)
Social Relations in the Workplace
(Summer 2006; Fall 2008; Spring 2009; Fall 2009)
Social Interaction
(Fall 2013)

Online Instructor, Friday Center for Continuing Education
Formal Organizations and Bureaucracy
(Summer 2015; Fall 2015)
Social Theory
(Fall 2011 – Spring 2015)
Sociology of Health and Mental Illness (Fall 2010)

Teaching Assistant (Fall 2003-Spring 2006)
Sociological Perspectives (Introduction to Sociology)
Measurement and Data Collection
Sociological Theory

Research Experience

Research Assistant, Workforce Aging in the New Economy project (Victor Marshall, Principal Investigator), Institute on Aging, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2005-2006

Service to Profession

Peer reviewer, European Sociological Review, Work and Occupations, American Journal of Sociology, Acta Sociologica

Honors and Awards

2011Outstanding Reviewer Award, Gender and Diversity in Organizations Division
Academy of Management Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas

2010Outstanding Reviewer Award, Organizational Behavior Division
Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Montreal, Quebec

2010Outstanding Reviewer Award, Gender and Diversity in Organizations Division
Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Montreal, Quebec

Departmental Service

Graduate Student Association co-president, Department of Sociology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2007

Professional Memberships

American Sociological Association, 2003 – 2015

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