©2019 Gabe H. Miller

CURRICULUM VITAE

GABE H. MILLER

Department of Sociology                                                    E-mail: gabriel.miller@tamu.edu

Texas A&M University                                                          Web:  www.gabehmiller.com 
4351 TAMU

College Station, TX 77843

 

EDUCATION

 

2020 [Anticipated]   Texas A&M University, College Station, TX

Sociology, Ph.D., Graduate Certificate in Africana Studies

Committee: Verna M. Keith (Chair), Wm. Alex McIntosh (Co-Chair),                    Mary E. Campbell, Kenneth J. Meier, Wendy Leo Moore

The Politics and Policy of HIV/AIDS Incidence, Prevalence, and Mortality

2016                          Texas A&M University, College Station, TX

Sociology
Thesis: White Myths on “White Discrimination”: “We are the New Victims of
Racism”

2013                         Texas A&M University, College Station, TX

B.A. Political Science, Minor in Africana Studies

 

 

RESEARCH AND TEACHING INTERESTS

 

Race, Class, and Gender; Medical Sociology and Health Disparities;

Critical Race Theory and Racism; Racial and Ethnic Relations; Organizational, Political, and Economic Sociology

 

 

ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT

 

2018-Present   Department of Sociology, Texas A&M University

May 2018-Present

Graduate Student Instructor

2015-2018       Race & Ethnic Studies Institute (RESI), Texas A&M University

June 2015-May 2018

Graduate Research Assistant

2014-2015       Texas A&M University System, Alliance for Graduate Education and the
                        Professorate (AGEP) Social Science Project

September 2014-October 2015

Graduate Student Worker

2013-2014       Center for Student-Athlete Services, Texas A&M University

September 2013 – September 2014
Learning Assistant

 

PUBLICATIONS

 

2016                 Carter-Sowell, Adrienne R., Danielle D. Dickens, Gabe H. Miller, and Carla A.

Zimmerman. “Present but Not Accounted for: Examining How Intersectional Identities Create a Double Bind for and Affect Leadership of Women of Color in Educational Settings.” In J. Ballenger, B. Polnick, & B. Irby (Eds.), Women of Color in STEM: Navigating the Workforce. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

 

Forthcoming

 

2019                  Miller, Gabe H. “Future Trends in Marriage and Family.” In N. Farris and E. Threatt

(Eds.), International Handbook on the Demography of Marriage and Family. New York, NY: Springer Publishers.

 

Manuscripts Under Review

 

Miller, Gabe H., Guadalupe Marquez-Velarde, Apryl A. Williams, and Verna M. Keith. “Discrimination and Black Social Media Use: Sites of Oppression and Expression”

 

Marquez-Velarde, Guadalupe, Gabe H. Miller, Erika-Danielle Lindstrom, and Verna M. Keith. “There Goes the Neighborhood: The Effects of Neighborhood Cohesion and Race on the Mental Health of Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Americans”

 

Manuscripts in Preparation

 

“HIV/AIDS and the President’s Party” – Article length manuscript in preparation for submission.

 

“Political Agency as a Threat to Social Order: Connecting Voter Turnout among People of Color to Race-Based Hate Crime” – Article length manuscript in preparation for submission. With Adrienne R. Carter-Sowell and Benjamin Price.

 

“Racial Stratification, Delusional Denial Tendencies, and Extreme Racial Paranoia among White Americans: ‘We’re the new Victims of Racism’” – Article length manuscript in preparation for submission.

 

“Family Cohesion, Family Conflict, and Acculturation Stress Effects on Mood and Anxiety Disorders among Foreign-Born Latinos.” – Article length manuscript in preparation for submission. With Guadalupe Marquez-Velarde and Verna M. Keith.

 

“Educational Outcomes, Race and Skin Color” – Article length manuscript in preparation for submission. With Guadalupe Marquez-Velarde and Mario Suarez.

 

RESEARCH SUPPORT

 

2017-present   Research Staff to Adrienne R. Carter-Sowell (Co-PI)

Collaborative research: The Texas A&M System AGEP Alliance: A Model to Advance Historically Underrepresented Minorities in the STEM Professoriate. Funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) Grant #1723255, 1723165, 1723253, and 1723260.

2014-2018       Research Staff to Adrienne R. Carter-Sowell (Co-PI)

Collaborative Research: Advancing interdisciplinary STEM graduate education for underrepresented minorities in energy and sustainability disciplines. Funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) Grant #1308144, 1308163, 1308149, 1308080, and 1308200.

2016-2018       Research Staff to Adrienne R. Carter-Sowell (Co-PI)

The Power of Social Climate Change: Studies of Chronic Ostracism Experiences in the TAMU Academic Community. Funded by Office for Diversity, Texas A&M University.

2015-2018       Research Staff to Adrienne R. Carter-Sowell (PI)

From Clicks to Consequences. Exploring the Visibility of Faculty of Color as Viable Members of the TAMU Academic Community. Funded by Office for Diversity, Texas A&M University.

2014-2015       Research Staff to Adrienne R. Carter-Sowell (PI)

Workplace Exclusion: The link between out-of-the-loop experiences and the retention of women and racial/ethnic minority faculty in the professorate. Funded by Melbern G. Glasscock Center for Humanities Research Faculty Fellowship, Texas A&M University.

 

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

 

2019                 TAMU Student Research Week, Texas A&M University

Home Sweet Home? Neighborhood Cohesion Offers a Coping Mechanism for Gender Discrimination linked with Psychological Distress
Coauthor/Supervisor, with Chloe Harrison and Adrienne R. Carter-Sowell

College Station, Texas

2019                 Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America (PAA)

Distress among Black Immigrants by Region of Birth

Presenter, with Guadalupe Marquez-Velarde and Verna M. Keith

Austin, Texas

2018                 Annual Meeting of the Mid-South Sociological Association (MSSA) Serious

Psychological Distress among Black Immigrants to the United States by Region of Birth

Presenter, with Guadalupe Marquez-Velarde and Verna M. Keith

Birmingham, Alabama

2018                 Annual Meeting of the Mid-South Sociological Association (MSSA)

There Goes the Neighborhood: Neighborhood Cohesion and Mental Health among Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Adults

Presenter, with Guadalupe Marquez-Velarde, and Verna M. Keith

Birmingham, Alabama

2018                 Interdisciplinary Association for Population Health Science (IAPHS)

There Goes the Neighborhood: Neighborhood Cohesion and Mental Health among Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Americans

Presenter, with Guadalupe Marquez-Velarde and Verna M. Keith

Washington, D.C.

2018                 Annual Meeting of the Society for Experimental Social Psychology (SESP)

Examining Valuable and Viable Experiences that Enhance Minoritized Scholars’ Professional Visibility

Coauthor, with Adrienne R. Carter-Sowell and Carla A. Zimmerman

Seattle, Washington

2018                 Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association (ASA)

Political Agency as a Threat to Social Order: Connecting Latino American Voter Turnout to Hate Crime

Presenter

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

2018                 International Sociological Association World Congress of Sociology (ISA)

Marginalized Voices Online: Social Media, Power, and (Dis)Engagement

Presenter, with Guadalupe Marquez-Velarde, Apryl A. Williams, and Verna M. Keith

Toronto, Canada,

2018                 Annual Meeting of the Southern Sociological Society (SSS)

Black Social Media Use and Discrimination: Site of Oppression and Expression Presenter, with Guadalupe Marquez-Velarde, Apryl A. Williams, and Verna M. Keith

New Orleans, Louisiana

2017                 Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association (ASA)

White Myths on “White Discrimination”: “We Are the New Victims of Racism” Presenter, Section on Racial and Ethnic Minorities Roundtable
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

2016                 Annual Meeting of the Southwestern Social Science Association (SSSA)

White Students on White Discrimination and Oppression

Presenter

Las Vegas, Nevada

2015                 TAMU Student Research Week, Texas A&M University

The Journey of a Thousand Milestones begins with one step: Evidence-based strategies for sustaining diversity in STEM field academic careers

Coauthor/Supervisor, with Lori J. Schuetze and Adrienne R. Carter-Sowell

College Station, Texas

2015                 National Conference for Race & Ethnicity in American Higher Education (NCORE)

White Perceptions on White Discrimination and Oppression

Presenter

Washington, D.C.

INVITED PRESENTATIONS

 

2017                 Considering Matthew Shepard

Panelist, Conspirare

Texas A&M University, MSC Jordan Institute for International Awareness

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

 

2018-2019        Department of Sociology, Texas A&M University

Graduate Student Instructor (Instructor of Record with full responsibility)

Introduction to Race and Ethnicity (Fall 2019, 60 students)

Advanced Methods of Social Research (Summer 2019, 30 students)

Introduction to Race and Ethnicity (Spring 2019, 39 students)

Introduction to Race and Ethnicity (Fall 2018, 75 students)

Introduction to Race and Ethnicity (Summer I 2018, 14 students)

 

 

AWARDS & HONORS

 

2018                 Scholarly Activity Award, Sociologists’ AIDS Network

2016                 Honorable Mention Student Paper, Southwestern Sociological Association

2014-2015        Department of Sociology Academic Recognition Scholarship, TAMU

 

SERVICE

Service to the Department

 

Texas A&M University

2018-present   Coordinator, Race & Ethnicity Working Group

2016-present   Graduate Student Representative to Faculty Meetings
2015-2016        Mentor, Sociology Mentorship Program

 

Service to the University

 

2018-present   Advisor, Lambda Sigma Sophomore Honor Society

2019-present   Advisor, Gamma Beta Fraternity

 

Service to the Community

 

2018-present   Board Member, Botanical Brouhaha Garden Style

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP

 

American Sociological Association, member

Section on Racial and Ethnic Minorities
Section on Medical Sociology

Section on Sociology of Mental Health
Section on Political Sociology

Southern Sociological Society, member
Southwestern Social Science Association, member

Health Disparities, Education, Awareness, Research, and Training Consortium (HDEART-C),

Health Equity Scholar & Alumni member

Carter-Sowell Science for a Diverse Society (SDS) Research Group, Research Staff

 

REFERENCES

 

Verna M. Keith, Ph.D.

Chair and Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Alabama at Birmingham 460H Heritage Hall

1401 University Boulevard, Birmingham, AL 35294

Phone: 205.934.8677

Email: vmkeith@uab.edu

 

Kenneth J. Meier, Ph.D.

Distinguished Scholar in Residence, Department of Public Administration and Policy
School of Public Affairs, American University

347 Kerwin Hall, 4400 Massachusetts Ave. NW

Washington, DC 20016

Phone: 202.885.3930

Email: kmeier@american.edu

 

Mary E. Campbell, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Sociology

Department of Sociology, Texas A&M University

4351 TAMU, College Station, TX 77843

Phone: 979.845.6549

Email: m-campbell@tamu.edu

 

Wendy Leo Moore, Ph.D., J.D.

Associate Professor, Sociology

Department of Sociology, Texas A&M University

4351 TAMU, College Station, TX 77843

Phone: 979.845.5133

Email: wlmoore @tamu.edu

 

Adrienne Carter-Sowell, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Africana Studies & Psychology

Department of Psychology, Texas A&M University

270 Psychology Building, College Station, TX 77843

Phone: 979.845.0378

Email: acsowell@tamu.edu

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