CURRICULUM VITAE jimi adams
UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO DENVER Department of Health & Behavioral Sciences Campus Box 188, PO Box 173364 Denver, CO 80217-3364
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ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS 2014-
UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO DENVER; Associate Professor - Department of Health & Behavioral Sciences
2012-14 AMERICAN UNIVERSITY (Washington, DC); Assistant Professor – Department of Sociology 2009-12 ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY (Tempe, AZ); Assistant Professor – School of Social & Family Dynamics 2007-09 COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY (New York, NY); Health & Society Scholar – Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
PHD, OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY, Sociology: “Religion Networks & HIV/AIDS in Rural Malawi”
MA, OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY, Sociology: “Organizational Connectivity & Congregational Growth”
BA, VIRGINIA TECH, Interdisciplinary Studies (Chemistry, Human Resources & Psychology)
PUBLICATIONS (* denotes peer reviewed) JOURNAL ISSUE *2012 jimi adams, Katherine Faust & Gina S. Lovasi (eds.) “Integrating Spatial and Social Network Analyses.” Special Issue of SOCIAL NETWORKS 34(1). ARTICLES, CHAPTERS & LETTERS forth Alexander A. Weinreb, jimi adams & Jenny Trinitapoli. “Social Networks and AIDS.” In Robert A. Scott and Stephen M. Kosslyn (eds.) EMERGING TRENDS IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES. WileyBlackwell. *2013
David R. Schaefer, jimi adams & Steven A. Haas. “Social Networks and Smoking: Exploring the Effects of Influence and Smoker Popularity through Simulations.” HEALTH EDUCATION & BEHAVIOR 40(S1): 24-32.
jimi adams, James Moody & Martina Morris. “Sex, Drugs and Race: How Behaviors Differentially Contribute to STI-Risk Network Structure.” AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH 103(2): 322-329.
jimi adams, Katherine Faust & Gina S. Lovasi. “Capturing Context: Integrating Spatial and Social Network Analyses.” SOCIAL NETWORKS 34(1): 1-5.
jimi adams, James Moody, Stephen Q. Muth & Martina Morris. “Quantifying the Benefits of Link-Tracing Designs for Partnership Network Studies.” FIELD METHODS 24(2): 175-193.
jimi adams & Daniel Tope. “When you Can’t Add it Up: Measuring Democracy with QCA.” ASK: RESEARCH & METHODS 21(1): 31-54.
Dubrow, Joshua Kerjulf & jimi adams. “Hoop Inequalities: Race, Class and Family Structure Background and the Odds of Playing in the National Basketball Association.” INTERNATIONAL REVIEW FOR THE SOCIOLOGY OF SPORT 47(1) 43-59.
jimi adams. “Network Analysis.” Pp. 323-332 in Michael Stausberg and Steven Engler (eds.) HANDBOOK OF RESEARCH METHODS IN RELIGIOUS STUDIES. Routledge.
jimi adams. “Distant Friends, Close Strangers? Inferring Friendships from Behavior.” (Letter) PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES 107(9): e29-30.
Lovasi, Gina, jimi adams & Peter S. Bearman. “Social Support, Sex and Food: Chapter on Social Networks and Health” Chapter 5 in Chloe E. Bird, Peter Conrad, Allen M. Fremont & Stefan Timmermans (eds.). HANDBOOK OF MEDICAL SOCIOLOGY, 6 EDITION. Vanderbilt University Press. th
jimi adams & Jenny Trinitapoli. “The Malawi Religion Project: Data collection and Selected Analyses.” DEMOGRAPHIC RESEARCH 21(10): 255-288.
jimi adams CV – UPDATED AUG 2014
PUBLICATIONS (CONT’D) *2009
Anglewicz, Philip, jimi adams, Francis Obare, Susan C. Watkins, & Hans-Peter Kohler. “The Malawi Diffusion and Ideational Change Project 2004-06: Data collection, data quality and analyses of attrition.” DEMOGRAPHIC RESEARCH 20(21): 503-540.
jimi adams & Jenny Trinitapoli. “Network Data from Religious Organizations: Congregations and HIV/AIDS in Rural Malawi.” Pp. 251-267 in Uwe Serdült & Volker Täube (eds). APPLICATIONS OF SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS. Verlag Berlin.
jimi adams & James Moody. “To Tell the Truth? Measuring Concordance in Multiply-Reported Social Network Data.” SOCIAL NETWORKS 29(1): 44-58.
jimi adams. “Stained Glass Makes the Ceiling Visible: Organizational Opposition to Women's Congregational Leadership.” GENDER & SOCIETY 21(1): 80-105.
jimi adams, Jenny Trinitapoli & Michelle Poulin. “Regarding ‘Male and Female Circumcision Associated with Prevalent HIV Infection in Virgins and Adolescents in Kenya, Lesotho, and Tanzania’.” (Letter) ANNALS OF EPIDEMIOLOGY 17(11): 923-925.
REVIEWS & ENCYCLOPEDIA ENTRY 2014 jimi adams. "Review of Live Long and Prosper: How Black Megachurches Address HIV/AIDS and Poverty in the Age of Prosperity Theology," by Sandra L. Barnes. CONTEMPORARY SOCIOLOGY 43(4): 495-497. 2010
jimi adams. “Exploring Links to Improve Health.” (Review) SCIENCE 330: 1628-1629.
jimi adams. “Social Networks.” Pp, 429-432 in Deborah Carr, Robert Crosnoe, Mary Elizabeth (M.E.) Hughes & Amy Pienta (eds.). ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE LIFE COURSE & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT, VOLUME 2 (Adulthood). MacMillan Reference.
jimi adams. “Review of Facing the Stained Glass Ceiling: Gender in a Protestant Seminary,” By Barbara Finlay. REVIEW OF RELIGIOUS RESEARCH, 46: 428-429.
PAPERS UNDER REVIEW OR IN PROGRESS UNDER REVIEW jimi adams & Ryan Light. “A Field Divided: The Network Structure of HIV/AIDS Research.” jimi adams & David R. Schaefer. “Contextual Moderators of Peer Influence on Teen Smoking.” Ryan Light & jimi adams. “The Spread of HIV/AIDS Research: Topic Structures in AIDS & JAIDS, 19882008.” James Moody, Martina Morris & jimi adams. “Epidemic Potential in Low Degree Networks.” IN PROGRESS jimi adams. “Scientific Consensus on Same-Sex Parenting.” jimi adams. “HIV Risk and Religious Affiliation-Based Sexual Partnership Mixing.” jimi adams, David R. Schaefer & Andrea E. Vest. “Separating Influence from Selection: Adolescent Religious Homophily.” Ryan Light & jimi adams. “The Dynamics of Interdisciplinary Research Processes.” In preparation for inclusion in Scott Frickel, Mathieu Albert & Barbara Prainsack (eds.) UTOPIAN KNOWLEDGE? CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES ON INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH. Rutgers University Press.
MISCELLANEOUS OTHER PAPERS 2009
Dubrow, Joshua Kerjulf & jimi adams. “Can't Get There From Here: Investigating The Intersection of Race, Class, Sport, and Social Mobility with Newspaper Data.” (Working Paper #09-114, Center for Population Dynamics, ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY)
Susan Cotts Watkins, jimi adams, Philip Anglewicz, Stephane Helleringer, Christopher Manyamba, James Mwera, Georges Reniers, Susan Watkins & Alexander Weinreb. “A Rose by Any Other Name: Identifying Elusive and Eager Would-be Respondents in Longitudinal Data Collection.” (Working Paper, Population Studies Center, UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA).
jimi adams & James Moody. “Code Book for Colorado Springs Sexual and Drug User Networks.” (39 pp.) (Technical Manuscript, Department of Sociology, OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY).
jimi adams CV – UPDATED AUG 2014
GRANTS (*EXTERNAL, +ACTIVE) *+2013-14 “New York City Policies & Chronic Disease Prevention” THE NEW YORK COMMUNITY TRUST. (PIs Gina Lovasi & Ryan Demmer, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY). ROLE: CONSULTANT *2008-10 (initial), 2011-13 (renewal) “Health Disparities Loan Repayment Program.” NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH – NCMHD/NIMHD. ($15,291 + $12,516). ROLE: PI *2007-12 “Organizational Change Toward HIV Involvement in Immigrant Religious Organizations.” NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH. (R01 HD054303, PI John Chin, HUNTER COLLEGE – CUNY). ROLE: CONSULTANT *2009
“Using Social Networks to Evaluate Human Capital Programs at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.” OMG CENTER FOR COLLABORATIVE LEARNING. ROLE: CONSULTANT
2008-09 “The Organization of AIDS Research: A Systematic Review and Network Analysis of
Coauthoring, Citation and Semantic Patterns in AIDS & JAIDS”. Seed Grant – ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON FOUNDATION H&SS (COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY). ($11,100, Ryan Light, Co-PI). ROLE: PI 2007-09 “Social Network Analysis and Health.” Working Group – ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON FOUNDATION H&SS (COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY). ($25,000). (PI, Gina Lovasi, Co-PI, Peter Bearman). ROLE: CO-PI 2006
“National Denominational Leaders and HIV/AIDS in Rural Malawi” Summer Data Collection Fellowship – Department of Sociology (OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY). ($4,368). ROLE: PI
“Religious Organizational Networks and HIV/AIDS in Rural Malawi.” Jack Shand Research Award – SOCIETY FOR THE SCIENTIFIC STUDY OF RELIGION ($3,000). ROLE: PI
“Religion and HIV/AIDS in Rural Malawi.” Grad Student Research Travel – Office of International Affairs & Department of Sociology (OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY). ($1,000+$200). ROLE: PI
AWARDS & HONORS 2013 2010 2009 2007 2007 2006 2006 2005 2005 1997
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH – Reviewer of the Year Southwest Interdisciplinary Research Center – Early Career Faculty Research Fellowship, funded by NIH CENTER ON MINORITY HEALTH & HEALTH DISPARITIES ($3000) Institute on Systems Science & Health, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI – Travel Award, funded by NIH OFFICE OF BEHAVIORAL & SOCIAL SCIENCES RESEARCH ($1275) 5th Meetings of the Union for African Population Studies, Arusha, Tanzania – Travel Award funded by POPULATION ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA ($3,330) Department of Sociology, OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY – Outstanding Doctoral Student SOCIETY FOR THE SCIENTIFIC STUDY OF RELIGION – Student Travel Award ($350) NetSci, International Workshop on Network Science, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN – Student Travel Support, funded by NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION ($650) AMERICAN POLITICAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION – Student Travel Award ($200) Department of Sociology, OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY – Biannual Research Award ($800) PHI UPSILON OMICRON – National Honor Society for Family & Consumer Sciences
PRESENTATIONS AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS 2014
jimi adams, David R. Schaefer & Andrea E. Vest. “Person-Centered Religious Influence and Selection in Adolescent Friendships.” Sunbelt XXXIV – INSNA Annual meetings. St. Pete, FL. (FEB).
jimi adams, David R. Schaefer. “Contextual Conditioning of Adolescent Smoking Influence and Selection Processes.” Sunbelt XXXIV – INSNA Annual meetings. St. Pete, FL. (FEB).
jimi adams & Ryan Light. “The Segregation of HIV/AIDS Research.” NIH Summit on Eliminating Health Disparities. Washington, DC (DEC) • Revised version at NIH: Complex Systems, Disparities & Population Health. Wash, DC. (FEB 2014)
Ryan Light & jimi adams. “Disciplinarity as a Dynamic Process in the case of HIV/AIDS Research.” American Sociological Association. Denver, CO (AUG)
jimi adams & Georges Reniers. “Adapted Concurrency: Modeling Behavioral Adaptive Strategies’ Effects on HIV Epidemic Trajectories from Concurrency.” SIRC Conference, ASU. (APR) • Revised version at RWJF, Health & Society Scholars Program. Princeton, NJ. (APR 2012)
jimi adams. “Divided we Stand, United we Fall? Networks in Religious Research.” Society for the Scientific Study of Religion. Baltimore, MD (OCT)
jimi adams CV – UPDATED AUG 2014
PRESENTATIONS (CONT’D) 2010
Ryan Light & jimi adams. “The Spread of HIV/AIDS Research: Topic Structures in AIDS and JAIDS, 1988-2008”.” Sunbelt XXX – INSNA Annual meetings. Riva del Garda, Italy. (JUL) • Revised version at Duke Network Analysis Center, DUKE UNIVERSITY. (APR 2011) • Revised version at Lundquist College of Business, UNIVERSITY OF OREGON. (JUN 2011)
jimi adams. “When Researchers Reflect their Field: the Clustering of HIV/AIDS (Research) within (Academic) Populations.” Sunbelt XXIX – INSNA Annual meetings. San Diego, CA. (MAR). • Revised version at RWJF, Health & Society Scholars Program. San Diego, CA. (MAY 2009)
jimi adams & Jenny Trinitapoli. “Re-Conceptualizing Sociological Analyses of Religion in SubSaharan Africa.” Society for the Scientific Study of Religion. Louisville, KY. (OCT).
jimi adams. “The Changing Landscape and Networks of California Physicians, 1992-2004.” RWJF, Health & Society Scholars Program. San Antonio, TX. (MAY)
jimi adams. “Where's (not What's) the Message? Religious Organizational Networks and HIV Prevention in Rural Malawi.” Sunbelt XXVIII – INSNA Annual meetings, St. Petersburg, FL. (JAN)
jimi adams & Georges Reniers. “For Better or Worse: Estimating the Marriage-Only Contribution to HIV Epidemics in SSA.” 5th Conference of Union for African Population Studies. Arusha, Tanzania. (DEC) • Revised version at Population Association of America. New Orleans, LA. (APR 2008)
jimi adams. “Sinking the Boat to Save the Social: Networks as Paradigm, Not (Just) Variable, Method or Theory.” American Sociological Association. New York, NY. (AUG)
jimi adams. “Damned if You Do, Damned if You Don’t: Religion & HIV-Risk Network Structure.” Population Association of America. New York, NY. (MAR)
jimi adams. “Religious Networks & HIV Messages.” Society for the Scientific Study of Religion. Portland, OR. (OCT)
Moody, James & jimi adams. “The Relative Contribution of Sex and Drug Ties to STI-Relevant Network Connectivity.” Sunbelt XXVI – INSNA Annual Meetings. Vancouver, BC. (APR)
jimi adams. “Allowing Emergent Definitions in Network Data Collection Instruments.” Sunbelt XXVI – INSNA Annual Meetings. Vancouver, BC. (APR)
jimi adams. “And Innovation Makes Four: Expanding Weber’s Forms of Legitimate Domination: Religious Organizational Leadership.” Society for the Scientific Study of Religion. Rochester, NY. (NOV)
jimi adams. “Religious Organizations and HIV/AIDS in Rural Malawi.” Applications of Social Network Analysis Conference. Zurich, Switzerland. (OCT) • Revised version at NetSci: International Conference on Network Science. Bloomington, IN. (MAY 2006)
jimi adams. “Connected Development: The Influence of Organizational Connectivity on Congregational Recruitment Success.” American Sociological Association. Philadelphia, PA. (AUG)
jimi adams & James Moody. “‘To Tell the Truth’: Measuring Concordance in Multiply Reported Network Data.” Sunbelt XXV – INSNA Annual Meetings. Redondo Beach, CA. (FEB)
jimi adams. “Revisiting the Stained Glass Ceiling: Women in Positions of Church Leadership.” Society for the Scientific Study of Religion. Kansas City, MO. (OCT)
Dubrow, Joshua & jimi adams. “Media Portrayals of Social Class & Family Background of Modern Professional Basketball Players.” North Central Sociological Association. Cleveland, OH. (APR)
jimi adams. “Does It Really All Add Up?: Proposing a QCA measure of Democracy.” American Sociological Association. Atlanta, GA. (AUG) • Revised version (w/ Daniel Tope) at American Political Science Assoc. Washington, DC. (SEP 2005)
INVITED TALKS (EXTERNAL ONLY) 2014 2014 2014 2014 2013 2013 2013 2013
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY – Epidemiology & Population Health Summer Institute (Workshop, JUN) UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS, MEDICAL BRANCH – Preventive Medicine & Community Health (Workshop, MAY) UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME – Center for the Study of Religion & Society (2 Papers, MAR) BROWN UNIVERSITY – Population Studies & Training Center (Paper, FEB) UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO, DENVER – Department of Health & Behavioral Sciences (Paper, DEC) PRINCETON UNIVERSITY – RAPIDD Program, Dept. of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology (Panel, OCT) AMERICAN SOCIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION – Policy & Research Workshop (Panel, AUG) COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY – Epidemiology & Population Health Summer Institute (Workshop, JUN)
jimi adams CV – UPDATED AUG 2014
INVITED TALKS (CONT’D) 2013 2012 2012 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2010 2010 2009 2009 2008 2007 2007
BAYLOR UNIVERSITY – Department of Sociology (Paper, FEB) AU – Center on Health, Risk & Society (MAY); Center for Teaching, Research & Learning (Paper, OCT) UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN – Department of Epidemiology (Paper, JAN) ASU – Complex Adaptive Systems, School of Human Evolution & Social Change (Paper, NOV) UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH – Public Health Dynamics Lab, School of Public Health (Paper, OCT) UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO, DENVER – Department of Health & Behavioral Sciences (Paper, JUL) UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO – Center for AIDS Prevention Studies (Paper, MAR) STANFORD UNIVERSITY – Methods of Analysis Program in the Social Sciences (Paper, MAR) VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY – Dept. of Epidemiology & Community Health (Paper, JAN) ASU – Health Disparities Brownbag Series, Southwest Interdisciplinary Research Center (Paper, JAN) ASU – Complex Adaptive Systems, School of Human Evolution & Social Change (Paper, NOV) POLISH ACADEMY OF SCIENCES – Institute of Philosophy & Sociology (Paper, JUN) ASU – Dynamical Discussions Series, Consortium for Biosocial Complex Systems (Panel, SEP) ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON FNDN – New Connections: Increasing Programming Diversity (Panel, JUN) COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY – Dept. of Biomedical Informatics, Mailman School of Public Health (Paper, SEP) UNIVERSITY OF WITWATERSRAND – School of Public Health – (Workshop, AUG) UNIVERSITY OF WITWATERSRAND – Demography & Population Studies (Paper, JUN)
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE UNIVERSITY 2013-14 General Education Committee – University, AU 2013-14 Merit & Undergraduate Committees – Sociology, AU 2012-14 Faculty Search Committee – Sociology, AU 2012-13 Graduate Committee – Sociology, AU 2011-12 Organizer, Colloquium Series – CePoD, ASU 2010-12 Organizer, Structural Dynamics Working Group – SSFD, ASU 2009-12 Sociology Graduate Committee – SSFD, ASU 2011 Scientific Committee – SIRC Annual Meeting on Health Disparities Research, ASU 2010-11 Senior Capstone Mentor – School of Computing, Informatics, & Decision Systems Engineering, ASU 2009-11 Executive Committee, Cluster for the Advancement of Social Network Analysis – CLAS, ASU 2007-08 Co-Organizer, Social Networks & Health Working Group – ISERP, COLUMBIA 2005-06 Institutional Memory Committee – SGSA, OSU 2003-06 Organizer, Social Structure Research Group – IPR, OSU DISCIPLINE 2013-16 Dissertation Improvement Grants Panel – Cultural Anthropology, National Science Foundation 2014 Discussant – Annual Meetings, Population Association of America 2013 Session Presider – Social & Behavioral Sciences Research Network, DC Centers for AIDS Research 2013 Discussant – Annual Meetings, American Sociological Association 2013 Workshop Organizer: Social Networks & Inequality – American Sociological Association 2013 Paper Award Committee – Mathematical Sociology Section, American Sociological Association 2012 Session Organizer, Author Meets Critics –Society for the Scientific Study of Religion 2010 Session Chair – Annual Meetings, Society for the Scientific Study of Religion 2010 Mentor, Abstract Mentors Program – XVIII International AIDS Conference 2010 Discussant – Annual Meetings, Population Association of America 2009 Co-Organizer – Capturing Context Conference: Bridging Spatial & Network Analyses 2009 Discussant – Annual Meetings, Population Association of America 2008 Discussant – Annual Meetings, Population Association of America 2006 Panel Organizer & Discussant – Annual Meetings, North Central Sociological Association REVIEWER (last 5 years) BOOK MANUSCRIPTS / PROPOSALS – SAGE SPRINGER FUNDING PROPOSALS – NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH
NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION
jimi adams CV – UPDATED AUG 2014
REVIEWER (last 5 years) (CONT’D) JOURNAL ARTICLES – ADDICTION AFRICAN JOURNAL OF AIDS RESEARCH AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY AMERICAN SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW DEMOGRAPHIC RESEARCH DEMOGRAPHY GENDER & SOCIETY HEALTH EDUCATION & BEHAVIOR INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY JOURNAL OF ADOLESCENT HEALTH JOURNAL OF HEALTH & SOCIAL BEHAVIOR
JOURNAL OF INSTITUTIONAL ECONOMICS JOURNAL FOR THE SCIENTIFIC STUDY OF RELIGION KNOWLEDGE-BASED SYSTEMS PLOS ONE PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES OF SCIENCE OF THE USA QUALITATIVE SOCIOLOGY REVIEW OF RELIGIOUS RESEARCH SOCIAL FORCES SOCIAL NETWORKS SOCIAL PROBLEMS SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE SOCIOLOGICAL FORUM
COURSES TAUGHT UNDERGRADUATE Capstone in Public Health (UCD) Global Health Research (ASU) Intro Sociology (AU, ASU, OSU, DENISON) Research Methods (AU) Social Networks (AU, ASU)
GRADUATE Network Methods in Health Research (ASU) Social Determinants of Health (UCD) Social Network Analysis (AU) Sociological Theory (ASU)
STUDENT COMMITTEES (*= CHAIR) STUDENT James McCoy Willow Burns Marie Huntsinger Cody Benavidez Céline Niwemahoro Emeka Francis Okonji
DEGREE MA MA MA BS MA MA
PROGRAM Sociology Sociology Sociology Sociology (Honors Thesis) Demography & Population Demography & Population
UNIVERSITY COMPLETION YEAR AMERICAN UNIVERSITY IN PROGRESS AMERICAN UNIVERSITY 2013 ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY 2012 ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY 2010 UNIV OF WITWATERSRAND 2007 UNIV OF WITWATERSRAND 2007
PRIOR PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS 2012-14 2012-14 2009-14 2009-12 2007-09 2007
2006-07 2005-07 2005-06
2002-06 2004-05 2001
AMERICAN UNIVERSITY – Faculty Affiliate: Center on Health, Risk & Society DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA – Investigator Member: Developmental Center for AIDS Research ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY – Faculty Affiliate: Center for Population Dynamics ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY – Faculty Affiliate: Center for Social Dynamics & Complexity; Center for Global Health; Southwest Interdisciplinary Research Center COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY – Postdoctoral Affiliate: Institute for Social & Economic Research & Policy; Mailman School of Public Heath UNIVERSITY OF WITWATERSRAND & UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO, BOULDER – Visiting Researcher, “Agincourt Demographic Surveillance System,” School of Public Health & School of Social Sciences (UW) & Institute for Behavioral Science (CU). (summer) UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA – Visiting Scholar, Population Studies Center. OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY – Graduate Affiliate, Initiative in Population Research. UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA – Graduate Research Associate, “Malawi Religion Project” & “Malawi Diffusion & Ideational Change Project.” PIs – Susan Cotts Watkins & Hans-Peter Kohler. (summers) OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY – Graduate Research Associate, Department of Sociology. “Sexual Disease Diffusion through Network Modeling,” PI– James Moody. DENISON UNIVERSITY – Adjunct Faculty, Department of Sociology & Anthropology. OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY – Graduate Teaching Associate, Department of Sociology.
jimi adams CV – UPDATED AUG 2014
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS 20032003200420052006-12
American Sociological Association (sections - Mathematical, Medical, Religion & Theory) Society for the Scientific Study of Religion International Network for Social Network Analysis Population Association of America American Sexually Transmitted Diseases Association