1 Dr. James R. Carter Assistant Professor of Social Work & Gerontology Wright State University, College of Liberal Arts, Department of Social Work 272 Millett Hall 3640 Colonel Glenn Highway Dayton, OH Phone: Degrees 2015 Ph.D., 2011 M.P.H., The Ohio State University, College of Public Health 2003 B.S.B.A., Franklin University 2001 A.A., Columbus State Community College Awards and Honors 2015 Selma & Alexander Erlen Award Recipient 2015 Meriss Cornell Distinguished Researcher 2014 Outstanding PhD Student Lecturer 2013 Albert Schweitzer Fellow for Life (for successful project completion) Columbus-Athens Schweitzer Fellowship Program 2013 Selma & Alexander Erlen Award Honorable Mention 2012 Albert Schweitzer Fellow Columbus-Athens Schweitzer Fellowship Program 2011 Distinguished Teaching Award, Nominee Columbus State Community College 2010 Advanced Adjunct Institute, Selected Competitive Applicant Columbus State Community College Employment Experience
2 The Ohio State University, Columbus Ohio College of Social Work, Graduate Student Lecturer August 2012 June 2015 Bachelors of Social Work Program, Columbus Campus Classroom based course instruction Autumn 2012 SocWork 3597 Adolescent Parenthood and Sexuality Spring 2013 SocWork 1120 Introduction to Social Welfare Autumn 2013 SocWork 1120 Introduction to Social Welfare SocWork 3301 Lifespan Development Spring 2014 SocWork 3597 Adolescent Parenthood and Sexuality SocWork 1140 Minority Perspectives Autumn 2014 SocWork 3401 Discovering Evidence Spring 2015 SocWork 3201 Social and Economic Justice SocWork 3597 Adolescent Parenthood Distance Learning Course Instruction Summer 2014 SocWork 1170 Introduction to Social Work Autumn 2014 SocWork 3301 Lifespan Development Columbus State Community College, Columbus Ohio Multi-Competency Health, Adjunct Instructor January 2010 August 2015 Multi-Competency Health Program, MULT1170 Classroom and Online based instruction Responsible for all aspects of developing, teaching, and evaluating Current Issues: HIV Infection class to primarily nursing, EMT, and massage/sports therapy program enrolled students. Assisting in transition of program from academic quarters to semesters. General Education Program, COLS1100 Classroom-based instruction Responsible for all aspects of teaching class aimed at engaging newlyenrolled students at the College and familiarizing them with college resources and strategies to be a successful student. The Ohio State University, Columbus Ohio
3 Office of Student Life, Buck-i-Serve Alternative Break, Advisor May 2014 College of Social Work, Graduate Research Assistant Academic Years College of Human Ecology, Graduate Teaching Assistant Academic Year Columbus AIDS Task Force, Columbus, Ohio Prevention and Education Department, Outreach Assistant July 2008 July 2011 Provide community outreach support for the State s first, and longest operating HIV/AIDS service organizations in various settings. Provide educational sessions conduction in various settings and with all ageranges of participants. State of Ohio, Ohio Department of Health, Columbus Ohio Bureau of Child and Family Health, College Intern August 2008 August 2009 Provide support to develop, implement, conduct, and disseminate survey findings of services provided using State-provided funds. Reproductive Health & Wellness Program, External Grant Reviewer Bureau of Child and Family Health, External Grant Reviewer 2011 current Provide external review services for competitive grant funding applications to conduct health and wellness services in the State of Ohio. Funded Projects Doctoral Social Work Student Debt: Career Development Implications. Funding provided to Principal Investigator, Dr. Audrey Begun, from the Group for the Advancement of Doctoral Education in Social Work (GADE), Role on Project: Collaborating on initial study development, implementation of study plan, and dissemination of results. Funded amount: $2,500. April-October 2013 Addressing education and risk of Human Papillomavirus in the Central-Ohio gay and lesbian population. Funding from the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship. Funded Amount: $3,000. May 2012 April 2013 Graduate Research Experience, Office of Supported Programs, Columbus, Ohio
4 Coordination of research-related College and University activities through data collection, analysis, and presentation for students and faculty. Assistance with preparation of grant funding applications. Management and analysis of College-level program evaluation data. Coordination of the College s O Leary Lecture., Medical Tourism project, Gujarat & Maharashtra, India International work focusing on medical tourism in India. Arranged and conducted qualitative interviews with women who served as gestational surrogates for International couples in Anand, Ahemdebad, and Mumbai. Also conducted interviews with the staff and owners of clinics specializing in assisted reproductive technology services., Reproductive Egg project, Columbus, Ohio Collection analysis and preparation for publication results from exploratory qualitative analysis of reproductive domestic egg donor websites to begin process of providing guidance to service providers, and to inform advocacy for women considering reproductive egg donation. The Ohio State University, Department of Human Development and Family Science, New York City Youth Violence Study, Columbus, Ohio Coordination of the Youth Violence Advisory Board and qualitative data analysis. Publications in Peer Reviewed Journals Anderson, K.A., Dabelko-Schoeny, H. I., Fields, N.L., & Carter, J.R. (In Press, March 2015). "Beyond Respite: The Role of Adult Day Services in Supporting Dementia Caregivers", Home Health Care Services Quarterly. Begun, A.L., Carter, J.R. (In Press, March 2015), Career Development Implications of Doctoral Social Work Student Debt Load, Journal of Social Work Education. Gezinski, L.B., Karandikar, S., Carter, J., & White, M. (In press, March 2015). Just another form of giving back : Exploring motivations, awareness of side effects, and attitudes among potential egg donors at time of orientation. Health & Social Work. Karandikar, S., Gezinski, L. B., Carter, J. R., & Kaloga, M. (April 08, 2014). Economic Necessity or Noble Cause? A Qualitative Study Exploring Motivations for Gestational Surrogacy in Gujarat, India. Affilia, 29, 2, Carter, J. R., Gezinski, L. B., & Karandikar-Chheda, S. (January 01, 2012). A Comprehensive Review of Reproductive Egg Donation Web Sites. Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet, 16, 1,
5 Gezinski, L. B., Karandikar, S., & Carter, J. R. (October 01, 2012). The Use of Emotional Imagery and Language in Egg Donation Web Sites. Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet, 16, 4, Invited Presentations Reflections on data collection in India with women acting as gestational surrogates. International Congress on Qualitative Inquiry, 9 th Annual Social Work Day. May, Working with MSM and cultural norms. Ohio Department of Health, statewide STD prevention symposium. Invited. October, 2012 Presenter seeks participants: Online sex-seeking and HIV Prevention in Central Ohio, Ohio Public Health Association, 2012 Ohio Public Health Combined Conference. May, 2012 Motivations for becoming an egg donor: A content analysis of egg donor profiles. Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences. May, 2012 Peer-Reviewed Presentations Anderson, K.A., Dabelko-Schoeny, H. I., Fields, N.L., & Carter, J.R. (2014, November). "Beyond Respite: The Role of Adult Day Services in Supporting Dementia Caregivers". Paper presentation at the Gerontological Society of America. Washington, D.C. Gezinski, L.B., Karandikar, S., & Carter, J. (2014, November). Just Another Form of Giving Back : Motivations, Awareness, and Attitudes of Potential Oocyte Donors at Orientation. Paper Presentation at the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association. New Orleans, LA. Karandikar, S., Gezinski, L.B., Carter, J., & Kaloga, M. (2014, November). Examination of the Motivations, Supports, and Stigma Experienced by Gestational Surrogates in Gujarat, India. Paper Presentation at the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association. New Orleans, LA. Karandikar, S., Gezinski, L.B., Carter, J., & Kaloga, M. (2014, July). "Not a prostitute, just a surrogate mother": Motivations and experiences of surrogate mothers in India. Paper presentation at the 2014 Joint World Conference on Social Work, Education and Social Development. Melbourne, Australia. Carter, J.R., Love, R., & Francis, S.A. (2013, April). Presenter seeks participants: Online sex-seeking ad content analysis. Paper to be presented at the First Annual Ohio University Queer Studies Conference. Athens, Ohio.
6 Karandikar, S., Gezinski, L.B., & Carter, J.R. (2012, June)Motivations for Becoming an Egg Donor: A Content Analysis of Egg Donor Profiles. Paper Presentation at the 11th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences. Honolulu, Hawaii. Mattivi-Stango, Gina M., & Carter, James, R. (2012, August). Diversity in the Digital Age: A Comprehensive Review of Social Work Education Program Websites. Society for the Study of Social Problems. Denver, Colorado. Mattivi-Stango, Gina M., & Carter, James, R. (2012, May). Diversity in the Digital Age: A Comprehensive Review of Social Work Education Program Websites. College of Social Work 24 th National Symposium on Doctoral Research in Social Work, Poster Session. Columbus, Ohio. Carter, James, R., Gezinski, L.B., & Karandikar, S. (2011, October). Angels Like You : A Content Analysis of Reproductive Egg Donation Websites, Council on Social Work Education, Annual Program Meeting. Atlanta, Georgia. Carter, James, R. (2008, April). Camp Sunrise: Past, Present, and Future, Ohio AIDS Coalition, Leadership Columbus, Ohio. Carter, James, R. (2008, April). Trust Levels in a young HIV-impacted sample, Hayes Research Forum. Columbus, Ohio. Service Westminster Thurber Retirement Community. Advisory Board Member Current, PhD Studies Curriculum Committee. Student Member current. Buckeye Region Anti-Violence Organization of Ohio (BRAVO), Columbus, Ohio. Volunteer current. Columbus-Athens Schweitzer Fellowship, Application Mentor, The Ohio State University. Provided mentorship and proposal development assistance to two students interested in the program. One of which was selected as a funded project for the school year. Application Year College of Public Health Alumni Association, The Ohio State University, Board Member, At-Large representative, th National Symposium on Doctoral Research in Social Work, The College of Social Work, Symposium Moderator, March Doctoral Student Organization, College of Social Work Secretary, Academic Year
7 Social Welfare Action Alliance, College of Social Work Secretary, Academic Year th National Symposium on Doctoral Research in Social Work, The College of Social Work, Symposium Moderator, May Supplemental Instruction Program, Classroom Leader, Columbus State Community College, Academic Year Advanced Adjunct Institute, Graduate, Columbus State Community College, Summer 2010 Council on Graduate Studies, Human Development and Family Science Department Representative, Academic Year GradQueers, Co-Chair, Academic Year Columbus State Community College, curriculum planning committee member Assisted in complete redesign of quarter-term course content for semester conversion. Academic Year Camp Sunrise Columbus, Ohio Board member, and Vice-President, Volunteer Camp Counselor Fund-raising Committee Chair Professional Memberships Gerontological Society of America Member, 2014 current