Vita

VITA

Christopher T. Kilmartin, Ph.D.

900 Wolfe St.

Fredericksburg, VA 22401

(540) 846-1900

ckilmart@umw.edu

ckilmart@gmail.com

chriskilmartin.com

Va. Licensed Clinical Psychologist

# 0107002084

 

EDUCATION

 

1988                             Virginia Commonwealth University.

Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology (APA approved).  Doctoral Exams completed with Honors Distinction, Fall, 1986.  Dissertation title:  Interpersonal Influence Strategies:  Gender Differences in Response to Nurturant Behaviors.  Completed June, 1988.

1986                             M.S. in Counseling Psychology.

Frostburg State College.

1979                             M.S. in Counseling Psychology.

1976                             B.S. in Psychology.

 

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

 

Present            Independent Consultant, Professor Emeritus of Psychology

2001-2016        Professor of Psychology.

1995-2001        Associate Professor of Psychology.

1989-95            Assistant Professor of Psychology.

University of Mary Washington.

(1)        Taught undergraduate psychology courses.

(2)        Independent research and internship advisement.

(3)        Joint appointment with College Psychological Services Center.

(4)        Elected to Committee on Tenure and Promotion, 1995 and 2002 (3 year terms), Elected Chair, 1996 and 2003.

(5)        Served on task force to rewrite Sexual Harassment Policy and Procedures, 1995-96. Trainer for sexual harassment prevention and policy enforcement, annually, 1996-2016.

(6)        Chair, Prevention subcommittee on President’s Task Force on sexual assault.

 

2013     Distinguished Visiting Professor, U.S. Air Force Academy, Dept. of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership Studies.  Taught academic courses and in-house consultant on sexual assault prevention.  Graduate course on Diversity and Inclusion for officers.

 

2007     Fulbright Distinguished Chair in Gender Studies, University of Klagenfurt, Austria.  Taught three courses and delivered guest lectures at five universities in Germany and Austria.

 

1988-89            Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology, Albright College.

1987-88            Psychology Intern, Counseling and Psychological Services, Penn State University.

1984-85            Education Coordinator, The Virginia League for Planned Parenthood, Richmond, VA.

1980-83            Unit Coordinator, The Regional Institute for Children and Adolescents, Rockville, MD.

1979                 Instructor, Potomac State College of West Virginia University.

 

 

RECENT TEACHING EXPERIENCE

 

Psychology of Men                   Ethics in Psychology                Gender-based Violence

General Psychology                  Inclusion and Diversity              Theoretical Approaches to Gender

 

PUBLICATIONS AND RESEARCH

 

Books and Chapters

 

Kilmartin, C. T. (2017).  Male allies to women.  In J. Schwarz (Ed.), Counseling women across the lifespan: Empowerment, advocacy, and intervention.  New York: Springer.

 

Kilmartin, C. T. & McDermott, R. (2016).  Violence and masculinities.  In Y. J. Wong & S. Wester (Eds.), APA handbook of men and masculinities.  Charlottesville, VA: Cenveo.

 

Kilmartin, C. T. (in press, 2016).  Intersectionality in teaching the psychology of men.  In K. Quina & J. Mena (Eds.), Teaching gender and multicultural awareness (3rd. ed.).  Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

 

Kilmartin, C. T. & Smiler, A. P. (2015).  The masculine self (5th ed.).  Cornwall-on-Hudson, NY: Sloan.

 

Kilmartin, C. T. (2014).  Using humor and story telling in men’s work.  In A. Rochlen & F. Rabinowitz (Eds.), Breaking barriers in working with men: Insights and innovations.  New York: Routledge.

 

Kilmartin, C. T. (2014).  Working with men to prevent sexual violence.  In M. Englar-Carlson, M. Evans, & T. Duffey (Eds.), A counselor’s guide to working with men.  Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association.

 

Kilmartin, C. T. (2015).  Men’s violence against women: An overview.  In A. J. Johnson (Ed.), Religion and men’s violence against women.  New York: Springer.

 

Lynch, J., & Kilmartin, C. T. (2nd ed., 2013).  Overcoming masculine depression: The pain behind the mask.  New York: Routledge/Taylor & Francis.  1st edition, 1999: Haworth, Hebrew translation, 2004, Korean translation 2010.

 

Kilmartin, C. T. (2010).  The masculine self (4th ed.).  Cornwall-on-Hudson, NY: Sloan (1st ed.: New York: Macmillan, 1994; 2nd: Boston: McGraw-Hill, 2000; 3rd 2007.).  (Korean translation of 3rd ed., 2010).

 

Kilmartin, C. (2010).  Incremental terrorism: Cultural masculinity, conflict, and violence against women (Incremental terrorism: Kulturelle Maskulinitat,Konflikt und Gefalt gegen Frauen).  In W. Berger, B. Hipfl, K. Mertlitsch, & V. Ratkovic (Eds.): Kulturelle Dimensionen von Konflikten (Cultural dimensions of conflicts). Baden Baden, Germany: Nomos, 91-105.

 

Kilmartin, C. (2008).  Editorial: Men’s violence against women.  In K. Burns (Ed.). Current controversies: Violence against women.  San Diego, CA: Greenhaven.

 

Kilmartin, C. T. & Allison, J. A. (2007).  Men’s violence against women: Theory, research, and activism.  Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

 

Kilmartin, C. T. & Berkowitz, A. D. (2005).  Sexual assault in context: Teaching college men about gender. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

 

Kilmartin, C. T. (2005).  Sexual harassment prevention training manual.  University of Mary Washington. (In-house publication).

Kilmartin, C. T. (2004).  Men, anger, and rage.  In J. Lynch, Anger avoiders: The hidden face of anger.   Oakland, CA: New Harbinger, 146-170.

 

Kilmartin, C. T. (2004).  No man is an island: Men in relationships with others.  In P. R. Gilbert & K. K. Eby (Eds.), Violence and gender: An interdisciplinary reader.   Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson/Prentice Hall.

 

Kilmartin, C. T. (2001, 1995).  Student resource manual to accompany Psychology in perspective (3rd ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.  (1st ed.: New York: HarperCollins).

 

Refereed Journal Articles

 

Kilmartin, C. T. (2017).  Men’s health and mental health on campus.  About Campus.

 

Elder, W. B., Domino, J. L., Mata-Galan, E. L. & Kilmartin, C. (in press, 2017).  Masculinity as an avoidance symptom of posttraumatic stress.  Psychology of Men and Masculinity.

 

McDermott, R., Kilmartin, C. T., McKelvey, D. K. & Kridel, M. M. (2015).  College male sexual assault of women and the psychology of men: Past, present, and future directions for research.  Psychology of Men and Masculinity, 16, 355-366.

 

McDermott, R., Kilmartin, C. T., McKelvey, D. K. & Kridel, M. M. (2015).  Rejoinder: Toward advancing research on college male sexual assault of women and the psychology of men.  Psychology of Men and Masculinity, 16, 379-381.

 

Kilmartin, C. T., Semelsberger, R., Dye, S. Boggs, E., & Kolar, D. W. (2015).  A behavior intervention to reduce sexism in college men.  Gender Issues, 32, 97-110.

 

Stewart, K., & Kilmartin, C. (2014).  Connecting the dots: The decline in meaningful learning.  Journal of Faculty Development, 28, 53-62.

 

Kilmartin, C., Addis, M., Mahalik, J.R. & O’Neil, J. M. (2013).  Four experienced professors describe their courses.  Psychology of Men and Masculinity, 14, 240-247.

 

Mahalik, J.R. Addis, M., Kilmartin, C., & O’Neil, J. M. (2013).  Complexity and challenges when teaching the psychology of men: Four experienced professors describe their pedagogical processes.  Psychology of Men and Masculinity14, 248-255.

 

Kilmartin, C., Smith, T., Green, A., Kuchler, M., Heinzen, H., & Kolar, D.  (2008). A real time social norms intervention to reduce male sexism.  Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 59, 264-273.

 

Kilmartin, C. (2005).  Depression in men: Communication, diagnosis, and therapy.  The Journal of Men’s Health and Gender, 2 (1), 95-99.

 

Polce-Lynch, M., Myers, B. J., Kliewer, W., & Kilmartin, C. T. (2001).  Adolescent self-esteem and gender: Exploring relations to sexual harassment, body image, media influence, and emotional expression.  Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 30 (2), 225-244.

 

Polce-Lynch, M., Myers, B. J., Kilmartin, C.T., & Forssmann-Falk, R. (1998).  Gender and age patterns  in emotional expression, body image, and self-esteem: A qualitative analysis.  Sex Roles, 38, 1025-1048.

 

Kilmartin, C. T., & Dervin, D. (1997).  Inaccurate representation of the Electra complex in psychology textbooks.  Teaching of Psychology, 24, 269-270.

 

Kilmartin, C. T. (1996).  The White Ribbon Campaign: Men working to end men’s violence against women. Journal of College Student Development, 37 (3), 347-348.

 

Ring, T. & Kilmartin, C. T. (1992).  Man to man about rape: A rape prevention program for men.  Journal of College Student Development, 33 (1), 82-84.

 

Quintana, S. M.; Kilmartin, C. T.; Yesenosky, J.; & Macias, D. (1991).  Factors affecting referral decisions in a university counseling center.  Professional Psychology:  Research and Practice, 22, 90-97.

 

Strong, S. R., Hills, H. I., Kilmartin, C. T., Devries, H., Lanier, K., Moore, M., Nelson, B., Strickland, D., & Meyer III, C. (1988).  The dynamic relations among interpersonal behaviors.  A test of complementarity and anticomplementarity.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 54, 798-810.

 

Kilmartin, C. T. & Robbins, S. B. (1987).  Individual multimodal therapy for weight loss:  A case example. Journal of Counseling and Development, 65, 313-314.

 

Other

 

Kilmartin, C. (2016, Spring).  How men benefit from rape.  VoiceMail.

 

Kilmartin, C. (2015).  Book Review: Building a better man: A blueprint for decreasing violence and increasing prosocial behavior in menContemporary Psychology (on-line publication).

 

Kilmartin, C. (2015).  Book Review: The narcissist next doorContemporary Psychology (on-line publication).

 

Kilmartin, C. (2014, December 7).  Solving the problem requires work: Preventing sexual assault requires busting its myths.  Fredericksburg (VA) Free-Lance Star.

 

O’toole, M. E., Kilmartin, C., & Peterson, J. (2014).  Sexual assault in the military: A discussion of current status and future directions.  Violence and Gender, 1, 3-8.

 

Kilmartin, C. (2011).  Book Review: Criminality in context: Crime, culture, and violence: Understanding how masculinity shapes offendingContemporary Psychology (on-line publication).

 

Murphy, C. & Kilmartin, C. (2010).  Amateur Night.  U.S. Army training film for sexual harassment prevention (scriptwriter and subject matter expert).

 

Kilmartin, C. (2010).  Book review: Packaging boyhood: Saving our sons from superheroes, slackers, and other media stereotypesPsychology of Women Quarterly, 34, 561-562.

 

Kilmartin, C. (2010, November 12).  Let’s not wink at ‘rape lite’—or blame the victim.  Fredericksburg (VA) Free-Lance Star, A7.

 

Kilmartin, C. & Smiler, A. (2009).  Are we “man enough” to have this discussion?  Editorial published in the Fredericksburg (VA) Free-Lance Star.

 

Kilmartin, C. (2008).  A game of poker regretted.  Newsletter of the Bolton Refuge House, Eau Claire, WI.

 

Kilmartin, C. (2008).  No man left behind: Goodbye, old roles.  Editorial published in the Fredericksburg (VA) Free-Lance Star.

 

 

 

Kilmartin, C. (2007).  Polizei und Sexuelle Übergriffe: Wie Sie helfen können (Police and sexual assault: How you can help).  Invited article, Polizei Kärnten. Das Info-Magazin des Landespolizeikommandos. Heft 2/2007 (Austria).  Translated by Bettina Pirker.

 

Kilmartin, C. (2006).  Book review: Why men won’t ask for directions: The seductions of sociobiology.  Archives of Sexual Behavior, 35 (5).

Kilmartin, C. (2005).  Discussion questions for Sexual Assault in Context.  In J. D. Foubert, The men’s program: A peer education guide to rape prevention (3rd ed.).  New York: Routledge, 132-134.

Kilmartin, C. T. (2004).  Exposing the default options by teaching men’s studies.  SPSSM Bulletin, 10, 29-35.

Kilmartin, C. T. (2004).  Book review: Sexual violence and American manhoodJournal of Men’s Studies, 12 (2), 164-165.

 

Kilmartin, C. T. (2004).  Five entries (Date rape, Death of a Salesman, Freud, Midlife crisis, Sociobiology). In M. S. Kimmel & A. Aronson (Eds.), Men and masculinities: A social, cultural, and historical encyclopedia. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-Clio press.

 

Kilmartin, C. T. (2003).  A visit to the archive: Applications of classic social psychology to social norms interventions.  Invited article, The Report on Social Norms, 1-7.

 

Kilmartin, C. T. (2002).  Book review: Boy Talk: How you can help your son express his emotionsThe Virginia Psychologist, Fall, 4.

 

Kilmartin, C. T. (2001).  Working with men to prevent sexual assault.  Invited article, Newsletter of the Colorado Coalition against Sexual Assault, Spring, 2001, 7.

 

Kilmartin, C. T. (2001).  My experience with the National Fatherhood Initiative.  Brother: The Journal of The National Organization for Men Against Sexism, Summer, 2001, 20 (2).

 

Kilmartin, C. T. (1998).  Showing is better than telling: Using theatre to teach.  Invited article, The Virginia Psychologist, 7-8.

 

Kilmartin, C. T. (1998).  Sexual assault prevention: Integrating the gender context.  Invited article, Connections: WCASA’s Quarterly Educational Journal, 12 (1), 8-10.

 

Kilmartin, C. T. (1997).  Book review: Men in groups: Insights, interventions, and psychoeducational work. Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice, 1, 267-271.

 

Kilmartin, C. T. (1994). Men, Violence, and Empathy.  Editorial published in various newspapers and wire services, including the Los Angeles Times and the Baltimore Sun.

 

Kilmartin, C. T. (1988).  Interpersonal Influence Strategies: Gender Differences in Response to Nurturant Behaviors.  Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation, Virginia Commonwealth University.

 

Kilmartin, C. T. (1986).  Interpersonal Influence Strategies:  Effects of Nurturant and Distrustful Behaviors. Unpublished Master’s Thesis, Virginia Commonwealth University.

 

 

 

 

 

SELECTED PROFESSIONAL AND SCHOLARLY ACTIVITY

 

2017

Gendered fictions: The challenge to fostering cultural change.  Invited addresses: FT Sam Houston (TX), Joint Base Andrews (MD), FT Bragg (NC), U. S. Navy Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Officer (SAPRO) Training conference, Arlington, VA (2016).

 

Microaggressions: Be aware, learn to repair, and don’t just stand there.  Invited professional workshop, Germanna Community College (VA).

 

Guy Fi: The fictions that shape men’s lives.  Invited address: Virginia Dept. of Corrections.

 

Transgendered Individuals.  Invited address, Mary Washington ElderStudy.

 

Consultant: National Park Service, sexual harassment prevention and response.

 

2016

 

Diversity and inclusion.  Invited address: Fort Peterson Air Force Base, CO.

 

Consultant: Diversity and inclusion strategies for senior and mid-level military officers.  Fort Peterson Air Force Base, CO.

 

Consultant: Improving the climate for graduate women in STEM fields.  Princeton University.

 

How to be an effective male ally.  Invited address, Princeton University.

 

Masculinity ideology and its connection to sexual violence.  SAFE Annual Global Conference on Human Trafficking, Falls Church, VA.

 

The big picture of gender and counseling.  Invited training for graduate students, The College of New Jersey.

 

Leadership and sexual assault prevention.  Invited address, U. S. Merchant Marine Academy.

 

Meaningful coincidences: An early career retrospective.  Invited keynote address, Rocky Mountain Psychological Association Conference, Denver, CO.

 

Men and grief.  Invited address, Mary Washington Hospice, Fredericksburg, VA.

 

Consultant: Norfolk Naval Station, sexual assault prevention and response.

 

2015

Subject matter expert, Review workshop: Teaching gender to the military handbook.  Sponsored by the international groups Partnership for Peace and the Democratic Control of the Armed Forces.  Vienna, Austria.

 

Consultant, Strategic plan for promoting gender equity in the armed forces of Mozambique (FADM).  Promundo-U.S.

 

Alpine postcards: A Fulbright experience in Klagenfurt, Austria.  Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association in Conversation hour: Internationalizing the psychology of men through the Fulbright experience (J. O’Neil, Chair).  Toronto, Canada.

 

I’m no rapist, so why am I here?  (because you’re a man).  NASPA National Violence Prevention Conference, Washington, DC.

 

Sexual assault prevention: The role of leadership.  Invited address, Fort Meade Army Base (MD).

Title IX Investigator training.  Professional workshop, Princeton University.

 

Microaggressions.  Graduate Student workshop, Princeton University.

 

Sexual harassment prevention: The role of leadership.  Invited address, Great Lakes Naval Base (IL).

 

Webinar: Sexual harassment.  Professional training, Catharsis Productions (IL).

 

Working with men as psychotherapy clients.  Professional training: Rappahannock Area Community Services Board (VA).

 

Keeping sexual assault witnesses engaged.  Training for law enforcement, University of Mary Washington.

 

2014

Webinar: Ethical Issues in Working with Male Sexual Assault Offenders.  Invited presentation from Divisions 18, 51, and 55 of the American Psychological Association.

 

Chair, Grant Review Panel to distribute $1.5 million for men’s health promotion in Canada from the Movember Foundation.

 

Intersectionality in teaching the psychology of men.  Paper presented at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association in Symposium: Skill-building session: Bringing an intersectional lens into psychology—the classroom, research, and beyond (B. Moradi & R. Calogero, Chairs).

 

Men’s violence against women: Theory and prevention.  Paper presented at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association in Symposium: Global violence against girls and women—from infancy to older age (J. Sigal, Chair).

 

Using humor and story telling in men’s work.  Invited address, 3rd National Psychotherapy with Men Conference, Fullerton, CA.

 

A gender-aware approach to understanding men in the context of domestic violence work.  Invited professional workshop, Colorado Coalition on Domestic Violence.

 

Is chivalry dead?  Invited address, Colorado College.

 

Webinar: Sexual harassment: Strategies for trainers and performers.  Invited presentation, Catharsis Productions (IL).

 

Gender basics.  Invited presentation, United States Institute of Peace, Washington, DC.

 

Brainstorming for military sexual violence research.  Workshop participant, Army Research Institute.

 

Building diversity on campus.  Professional workshop, Germanna Community College (VA).

 

2013

Framing remarks.  Invited keynote presentation, Men, Peace, and Security: Agents of Change, International conference, United States Institute of Peace, Washington, DC.

 

Guy Fi: The Fictions that Shape Men’s Lives.

Invited addresses: Virginia Dept. of Corrections, Princeton University (NJ), U.S. Army Summit on Sexual Assault and Harassment Prevention, University of Michigan, U. S. Naval Academy, Tennessee Coalition against Domestic and Sexual Violence, American Men’s Studies Association, National organization for Men Against Sexism (NOMAS), APPLE National Conferences for Intercollegiate Athletics, Thomas Nelson Community College (VA), Supervised Visitation Network National Conference. Today’s College Man, University of Richmond (VA), 6th Annual Minnesota Fatherhood Summit, St. John’s University (MN), Florida Domestic Violence Coalition, National Conference on the College Male, Sexual Assault Summit (VA), Worcester Polytechnic Institute (MA), Marquette University (WI), University of North Carolina-Greensboro, University of Albany, University of Mary Washington, Hampden-Sydney College, University of Nebraska, St. Mary’s College (CA), James Madison University (VA), Colorado College, University of Richmond, Moravian College (PA), University of Chicago, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, University of Wisconsin-Lacrosse, Fordham University (NY), University of Virginia, Anne Arundel Community College (MD)

 

Sexual assault prevention: The role of leadership.  Invited addresses, United States Air Force Academy, Fort Carson Army Base (CO), Eglin Air Force Base (FL).

 

Chair and Discussant, Men and trauma: Prevention and intervention.  Symposium at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Hololulu, HI.

 

Prevention of military trauma: Lessons Learned, Men and trauma: Prevention and intervention.  Symposium at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Hololulu, HI.

 

Lynch, J. R. & Kilmartin, C. T. Evidence-based treatment for male combat survivors with PTSD.  Men and trauma: Prevention and intervention.  Symposium at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Hololulu, HI.

 

Teaching the psychology of men.  Continuing education workshop presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, J. M. O’Neil, coordinator (also presented annually, 2004-2010).

 

Discussant, Desired and unwanted: Male sexuality, labels, and identities.  Symposium at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association (A. Smiler, Chair), Hololulu, HI.

 

2012

Commencement Speaker, Virginia Commonwealth University Psychology Department.

 

Privilege, power, homophobia, and the end of “Don’t ask; Don’t tell.”  Invited peer educator training, United States Naval Academy.

 

The use of humor and story telling in psychotherapy.  Invited professional workshop, 3rd National Psychotherapy with Men Conference, New York City, NY.  Also Invited address, University of Mary Washington Mysterium Humanum lecture series.

 

I’m no rapist, so why am I here?  (because you’re a man).  Invited address to collegiate male athletes, University of Wisconsin-Lacrosse.

 

Criminal profile and risk assessment for sexual assault perpetrators.  Invited address to behavioral intervention team, University of Wisconsin-Lacrosse.

 

How to empower male athletes proactively.  Invited address to intercollegiate coaches, University of Wisconsin-Lacrosse.

 

Utilizing men’s strengths to end sexual and domestic violenceInvited address, Virginia Commonwealth University.

 

Keeping sexual assault witnesses engaged: Critical Issues.  Training for University of Mary Washington Police officers.

 

2011

The nature of violence on campus: Framing questions for prevention.  Keynote Presentation, National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Summit on Interpersonal Violence, Indianapolis, IN.

 

Military leadership and sexual assault and sexual harassment prevention.  Training briefings for senior military officers at Fort Sam Houston Army, Randolph, and Lackland Air Force Bases (San Antonio, TX).

 

Understanding and treating the traditionally-gendered man in psychotherapy (Comprendre et traiter un homme traditionnel en psychotherapie).  International conference: Future Perspectives on intervention, policy, and research on men and masculinities.  Quebec City, CA (simultaneous translation).

Violence in media: Why is it there?  What does it do?  What can we do about it?  Professional workshop, National Organization for Men against Sexism annual conference, Tallahassee, FL.

 

Interventions to reduce men’s sexism: Findings and prospects.  Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC in symposium: How can we reduce sexist beliefs and behaviors?  Stephanie Shields, chair.

 

Male-friendly strategies for improving outcomes for prostate cancer.  Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC in symposium: Male norms and prostate cancer: Implications for men and their partners.  Holly Sweet, chair.

 

Discussant, New research pathways to improving men’s mental health.  Symposium at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC. Ronald Levant, chair.

 

Psychotherapy with men.  Invited professional workshop, Virginia Commonwealth University Counseling Services.

 

Performances of Crimes Against Nature — Educational Solo Theatre Performance

 

1998-2015    227 performances, 130 College and university campuses (details upon request).

                                                                                                                                    

Professional Consultations on Men’s Issues and Sexual Assault

 

2017                 FT Sam Houston (TX)

University of Virginia

Joint Base Andrews (MD)

FT Bragg (NC)

2016                 U. S. Navy SAPRO training

Fort Peterson Air Force Base (CO)

University of Virginia

Princeton University (NJ)

The College of New Jersey

Little Creek Naval Base (VA)

  1. S. Merchant Marine Academy (NY)

2015                 University of Virginia

Princeton University (NJ)

Naval Station Great Lakes (IL)

Fort Meade Army Base (MD)

  1. S. Naval Academy

2014                 University of Virginia

St. Mary’s College (CA)

United States Air Force Academy

Boston College

Oklahoma State University

Clark University (MA)

Colorado Domestic Violence Coalition

University of Michigan

Germanna CC (VA)

Colorado College

University of Massachusetts

Rappahannock Regional Jail (VA)

The Blue Bench (Denver, CO)

2013                 St. Mary’s College (CA)

Fordham University (NY)

University of Virginia

Anne Arundel Community College (MD)

Fort Carson Army Base (CO)

Fort Eglin Air Force Base (FL)

United States Air Force Academy

2012                 University of Virginia

University of Wisconsin-Lacrosse

United States Naval Academy

Dabney Lancaster CC (VA)

2011                 NCAA Violence Prevention Summit

Fort Sam Houston

Lackland Air Force Base

Randolph Air Force Base

University of Richmond (VA)

2010                 University of Virginia

Thomas Nelson Community College (VA)

University of Nebraska

2009                 United States Naval Academy

St. John’s University (MN)

St. Mary’s College (CA)

University of Richmond (VA)

2008                 United States Naval Academy

University of Albany

St. John’s University (MN)

Hampden-Sydney College

Worcester Polytechnic Institute (MA)

Marquette University (WI)

University of North Carolina-Greensboro

2007                 United States Naval Academy

State University of New York-Oswego

Westminster College (PA)

St. Mary’s College (CA)

James Madison University (VA)

University of Nebraska

Rochester Institute for Technology (NY)

2006                 United States Naval Academy

University of Virginia

University of South Carolina

University of Richmond

Colorado College

Case Western University (OH)

2005                 Moravian College (PA)

University of Chicago

The College of New Jersey

St. Mary’s College of Maryland

University of Wisconsin-Green Bay

2004                 Montana State University

St. Mary’s College of California

University of California at Davis

Indiana State University

West Virginia State College

Memorial University (Newfoundland, Canada)

Union College (NY)

Kenyon College (OH)

2003                 Edgewood College (WI)

St. John’s University (MN)

California State University-San Marcos

University of Missouri-Columbia

2002                 University of California-Los Angeles (UCLA)

University of California-Irvine

Wake Forest University (NC)

St. John’s University (MN)

University of Northern Colorado

Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

Vanderbilt University (TN)

University of California-Davis

2001                 Pittsburg State University (KS)

Wright State University (OH)

College of the Holy Cross (MA)

Lake Region State College (ND)

University of West Florida

Carleton College (MN)

Hamilton College (NY)

2000                 University of Wisconsin – Green Bay

Tufts University (MA)

Mount Saint Mary’s College (MD)

State University of New York – Albany

University of Maryland – Baltimore County

University of North Alabama

Mississippi State University

Murray State University (KY)

University of Tampa (FL)

  • University of Nebraska

University of Vermont

Carleton College (MN)

University of Indianapolis (IN)

University of Evansville (IN)

University of Wisconsin-Whitewater

 

Gustavus Adolphus College (MN)

St. John’s University (MN)

University of Tampa (FL)

1998                             George Mason University (VA)

Murray State University (KY)

University of North Carolina – Wilmington

Virginia Military Institute

University of Virginia

1997                             Hampden-Sydney College (VA)

University of Connecticut

Old Dominion University (VA)

Virginia Tech

1993-97            University of Richmond (VA)

1996                             University of Virginia

Shippensburg State University (PA)

Longwood College (VA)

1995                             Randolph-Macon College (VA)

1994                 Marymount University (VA)

1993                             Longwood College (VA)

1993                             Lord Fairfax (VA.) Community College

1991                 Carnegie-Mellon University (PA)

 

2010

A model of gender based violence: Primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention.  National Summit on Interpersonal Violence and Abuse across the Lifespan: Paper presented in symposium: Masculinity Perspectives on Interpersonal Violence: Enhanced Models of Prevention and Treatment.  G. Brooks, chair.

 

Preventing sexual assault and harassment in a military setting: Lessons learned.   American Men’s Studies Association, Atlanta, GA.

 

Using humor and drama in men’s work.  Invited address, 2nd National Psychotherapy with Men Conference, Austin, TX.

 

Growing the field.  Panel at American Men’s Studies Association, Atlanta, GA.

 

Masculinity as a cultural variable in psychotherapy.  Invited workshop, University of Richmond conference on Today’s College Man.

 

Guy Fi Defiance.  Professional workshop, Supervised Visitation Network National Conference, Denver, CO.

Sexual Assault: The perpetrator, the victim, and the social context.  Continuing Education workshop for therapists, social service personnel, and law enforcement, Fredericksburg, VA.

 

2009

Kilmartin, C., Stern, G., & Foubert, J.  Major consultation with the United States Naval Academy to develop sexual assault and harassment prevention curriculum, train personnel to deliver the curriculum, and assess outcomes (August, 2006-September, 2009).

 

Sad and manly: Working with men in therapy.  Professional workshop, Today’s College Man, University of Richmond, VA.

 

Kilmartin, C. & Foubert, J.  Outcome research from a model sexual assault prevention program.  Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada.

 

 

Daddy in the kitchen: Past, present and future of gender in the family and in the workplace.  Keynote address, 6th Annual Minnesota Fatherhood Summit, St. Cloud, MN.

 

Male socialization 101.  Professional workshop, 6th Annual Minnesota Fatherhood Summit, St. Cloud, MN.

 

Guy Fi Defiance.  Professional workshop on sexual assault prevention, Sexual Assault Summit, Lexington, VA.

 

Males and Reproductive Health.  Web Seminar, Richmond, VA.

 

Victims like Them; Victims like Us.  Invited presentation, Rappahannock Domestic Violence Take Back the Night event.

 

2008

Teaching men’s studies.  Professional faculty workshop, St. John’s University (MN).

 

Chair, Gendered behavioral factors associated with physical health in males.  Symposium at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

 

Working with military academy personnel to reduce sexual assault and harassment.  Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Boston, MA in Symposium: Gender aware approaches to impaired professionals, military officers, and incarcerated offenders (G. Good, Chair).

 

Discussant, Moving from clinical theorizing to clinical research and practice with men (A. Mansfield, Chair).  Symposium at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

Organizing Committee, American Psychological Association Summit on Violence and Abuse in Interpersonal Relationships.

 

Organizer and participant, American Psychological Association Legislative Advocacy Training.

 

2007

Intervening to reduce sexism in boys.  Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA in symposium: Masculinity, Homophobia, and Sexism.  Andrew Smiler, chair.

 

Male involvement in stopping human trafficking.  Invited address: Round Table Gesprach: Frauenhandel in Karnten nach W.E.S.T., Klagenfurt, Austria.

 

Crossing the no-cry zone: Continuity and change in American masculinity.  Invited address: Fulbright Seminar in American Studies, Altenmarkt, Austria.

 

Men’s violence against women: Theory, research, activism.  Invited address: University of Salzburg, Austria.

 

The acquaintance rapist: A profile.  Invited address: University of Vienna, Austria.

 

Men and health.  Invited address: University of Klagenfurt, Austria.

 

Men and depression.  Invited address: University of Hamburg, Germany.

Reducing men’s sexism: A hopeful technology?  Invited address: University of Heidelberg, Germany.

 

 

Sexual harassment: Origins, consequences, and remedies.  Invited address, University of Klagenfurt, Austria.

 

2006

Integrating gender information into Academy sexual assault and harassment presentations.  Invited address: U. S. Naval Academy Sexual Assault/Harassment Prevention Conference, Annapolis, MD.

 

Sexual Harassment prevention in the Academies.  Invited address: U. S. Naval Academy Sexual Assault/Harassment Prevention Conference, Annapolis, MD.

 

Visionary manhood: Empowering collegiate men as social justice allies against sexism, racism, and violence.  Invited address, University of Virginia.

Masculinity and college men’s health.  Keynote presentation, Mid-Atlantic College Health Association Annual Meeting, Lancaster, PA.

 

Males as a special population in counseling and psychotherapy.  Professional workshop, Case Western University, OH.

 

I’m no rapist, so why am I here?  Keynote presentation, Oklahoma Domestic and Sexual Violence Conference, Oklahoma City, OK.

 

2005

Teaching men about the gendered context of sexual assault.  Paper presented in Symposium: Sexual assault prevention for men (C. Kilmartin, Chair), Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

 

Everyday manhood: Understanding the role men and boys have in the prevention of rape and sexual assault.  Full-day training workshop, Virginia Department of Health, Roanoke and Richmond, VA.

The psychology of rape.  Invited colloquium, University of Chicago.

 

Domestic Violence in Context: Teaching Men about Gender.  The Coalition for Domestic Violence for the 24th Judicial District, 7th Annual Conference, Lynchburg, VA.

 

Men, Violence, and Alcohol.  Professional workshop, Governor’s KidSafe Prevention Conference, Richmond, VA.

 

Men, Women, Work, and Family.  Invited address, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.

 

2004

Masculinity as a cultural variable in psychotherapy.  Paper presented in Symposium: Men and mental health: New directions in marketing and treatment  (M. E. Addis & J. M. Lane, Chairs).  Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Honolulu, HI.

 

Kilmartin, C., Green, A., Heinzen, H., Kuchler, M., & Smith, T.  Sexual assault in context: Teaching college men about gender.  Poster presentation at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Honolulu, HI.

 

Myths of Masculinity.  Invited address.  Memorial University, St. John’s, Newfoundland, CA.

 

Going to the Root of the Problem: Educating and Mobilizing Men as Allies to End Gender-Based Violence. Full day workshop.  Canadian Coalition for the Prevention of Discrimination and Harassment in Higher Education (CCPDHE) Annual Conference, St. John’s, Newfoundland, CA.

 

 

Gender-based violence: cultural, historical, and psychological factors.  Invited address, University of Virginia.

 

Kilmartin, C. & Funk, R. E..  A frank and open discussion on men in the movement against violence.  Professional workshop, Tennessee Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence Annual Conference.

 

Kilmartin, C., Green, A., Heinzen, H., Kuchler, M., & Smith, T.  Real-time social norms intervention to reduce college men’s sexism.  Paper presented at the Spring Convention of the Virginia Psychological Association, Roanoke, VA.

 

Gender-based violence: Cultural, historical, and psychological factors (keynote address), Sexual assault in context: Teaching men about gender (keynote address), and Back to school: Applying basic social psychology to prevention programming for men (professional workshop).  New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence (NHCADSV) Enhanced Advocacy Conference, Waterville Valley, NH.

 

Men as a special population in rehabilitation counseling (keynote address), and Gender aware counseling with men (professional workshop).  Virginia Rehabilitation Association Annual Conference, Virginia Beach, VA.

 

Sigmund Freud: Educator, Excavator, Obfuscator.  Invited address, Great Lives biographical lecture series, Mary Washington College.

 

2003

Integrating masculine gender information into sexual assault presentations.  Keynote address, International Conference on Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Stalking, San Diego, CA.  Also Tennessee, Wisconsin, and Louisiana Conferences on Sexual Assault, Congreso Nacional Sobre Violencia Domestica Agresion Sexual, Acecho y Violencia en Cita, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

 

Men and depression: Diagnostic, prognostic, and treatment considerations.  National Men’s Health Conference, Arlington, VA.

 

Back to school: Lessons from social psychology.  13th International Conference on Sexual Assault and Harassment on Campus, Orlando, FL.

 

Gender and domestic violence: The role of the physician.  Grand Rounds, Reading (PA) Hospital.

 

Gender, masculinity, and school bullying.  Professional workshop, Safe School Pupil Support Services Conference, Sarasota, FL.

 

Starting a men’s sexual assault prevention program on a college campus.  Professional workshop, W. Va. Foundation for Rape Services and Information, Morgantown, WV.

 

Putz, V. & Kilmartin, C. T.  Showing is better than telling: Using psychodrama to enhance practice and research with men.  Professional workshop, Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada.

 

Myths of masculinity: Historical, cultural, and social contexts.  Invited address, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA.

 

What can men do to help end gender-based violence?  Invited address, Shenandoah University, Winchester, VA.

 

 

2002

Sexual harassment training and policy: Lessons learned from a decade of campus programming.  12th International Conference on Sexual Assault and Harassment on Campus, Orlando, FL.

 

Sexual Assault: Information for men about to enroll in college.  Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Arlington, VA.

 

Sexual assault in context.  Professional workshop, Virginia Department of Health Conference, Richmond, VA.

 

The Counseling Psychologist as Researcher.  Invited address, Johns Hopkins University.

 

The sexes: Past, present, and future.  Invited address, University of Richmond, VA.

Masculinity as cultural pressure.  Invited keynote address, The XY Files Symposium, Hampden-Sydney College, VA.

 

Unmasking the gender shadow.  Professional workshop in gender reconciliation (one and a half-day workshop), The Shavano Institute, Boulder, CO.

 

Teaching men’s studies.  Professional workshop for faculty, St. John’s University, MN.

 

Carr, E., Li Puma, K., Wheeler, K. A., Yuditsky, T. J., Frankel, L., & Kilmartin, C. T.  Sexism, masculinity, and attitudes towards sexual assault in college men:  A social norms intervention.  Paper presented at the Spring Convention of the Virginia Psychological Association.

 

 

2001

Participant, U. S. Department of Education’s Meeting on Violence Prevention in Higher Education for nationally-recognized experts.

 

Kilmartin, C. T. (Chair), Berkowitz, A. D., Foubert, J., Funk, R. E., & Irvin, N.  Men in the movement: Programs by and for men.  Panel discussion, 11th International Conference on Sexual Assault and Harassment on Campus, Orlando, FL.

 

Crimes Against Nature: A conference on working with men to prevent gender-based violence.  (Half-day workshop) Worcester, MA.

 

Men’s health issues and their implications for campus programming.  Keynote presentation, Bacchus/Gamma Regional Conference, Charlottesville, VA.

 

Men’s violence against women: Origins, consequences, and remedies.  Keynote presentation, North Dakota Campus Violence Summit, Bismarck, ND.

 

Sexual harassment in the workplace.  Multi-ethnic perspectives conference, Virginia Beach, VA.

 

Men’s role in preventing violence against women.  Invited address, The White Ribbon Campaign, Charlottesville, VA.

 

Men and domestic violence: Understanding the gendered context.  Invited address, Central Virginia Sexual Assault Conference, Ashland, VA.

 

2000

Speaking the word: Taking men’s studies beyond the classroom.  Paper presented at the American Men’s Studies Association Annual Conference, Buffalo, New York.  Also 25th Annual Conference on Men and Masculinity, Colorado Springs, CO and VA Social Science Association Annual Meeting, Richmond.

Getting men involved.  Invited address, Moving Forward into the New Millennium: New Approaches to Assisting Survivors of Interpersonal Violence, Richmond, VA.

 

We live what we learn: How boys are socialized to become violent.  Invited address, Hanover Domestic Violence Task Force 4th Annual Conference on Family Violence, Mechanicsburg, VA.

 

Sexual Assault in Context: Teaching College Men about Gender.  Invited plenary address, International Conference on Sexual Assault and Harassment on Campus (Orlando, FL).

 

Men, women, and sexual assault.  Invited Address, University of Tampa, FL.

 

Boys, depression, and violence.  Invited address, Prince William County Youth Suicide Task Force.

 

1999

Kilmartin, C. T. & Berkowitz, A. D.  Undermining male peer support for sexual assault: The social norms approach. Professional workshop, 9th International Conference on Sexual Assault and Harassment on Campus, Orlando, FL.

 

Understanding and Treating Men.  Professional continuing education course, Maryland Psychological Association Pre-convention Institute, Ocean City, MD.

 

Multiculturalism, gender, and the classroom.  Teachers’ continuing education course, James Monroe Center for Graduate and Continuing Education, Fredericksburg, VA.

Using theatre to change destructive masculinity.  Professional workshop, National Men’s Health and Fitness Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

 

Sexual Assault Prevention Strategies for Males.  Professional workshop, Virginians Allied Against Sexual Assault Conference, Wakefield, VA.

 

Kilmartin, C.T. & Cochran, F.  Inside the mind of racism.  Invited address: Mary Washington College.

 

 

Conway, A., Friedberg, A., McQuoid, T., Tschan, T., & Kilmartin, C. T.  Social Conformity and Sexism in All-Male Peer Groups.  Paper presented at the Spring Convention of the Virginia Psychological Association, Virginia Beach, VA.

 

The role of men in stopping men’s violence against women.  Keynote address, Winchester (VA) Women’s Shelter “Take Back the Night” program.  Also James Madison University (VA, 1997), Richmond YWCA program (1996,1998), Fredericksburg, VA, and George Mason University (VA, 1996).

 

1998

Kilmartin, C. T. & Lynch, J.  Adolescent male depression.  Professional workshop, Prince William County (VA) Youth Suicide Task Force.

 

Masculine Depression.  Professional workshop, Maryland Psychological Association Affective Disorders Conference.

 

The Multicultural Classroom.  Workshop with Manassas (VA) public school teachers.  Also Multiethnic Perspectives Conference, Rosslyn, VA.

 

Sexual assault prevention training for athletes.  Invited address and major consultation, George Mason University.  Also University of North Carolina-Wilmington, 1998, University of Connecticut, 1997.

 

Sexual harassment prevention training.  Three sessions with large groups of cadets at the Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, VA.

What do men have to do with women’s issues?  Invited address, 11th annual Celebrate Women Conference, Murray State University (KY).

 

Counseling and psychotherapy with men: a workshop on male survivor issues.  Professional workshop for mental health personnel, Murray, KY.

 

Franklin, R. F., & Kilmartin, C. T.  The White Ribbon Campaign: Men Working to End Men’s Violence Against Women.  Professional workshop, 8th International Conference on Sexual Assault and Harassment on Campus, Orlando, FL.

 

Galeone, M., Norbet, T., Kilmartin, C. T., & Altman, J.  The use of theatre for education and attitude change.  Paper presented at the Spring Convention of the Virginia Psychological Association.

 

 

Cultural and gender diversity.  Professional workshop, Spotsylvania county (VA) employees.  Also Rappahannock (VA) area court appointed special advocates (CASA), 1996, and Chamber of Commerce leadership group, Fredericksburg, VA 1993 and1995.

 

Adolescence, masculinity, and the cultural acceptance of violence.  Keynote address, Multidisciplinary Conference on Violence among Teenagers, Williamsburg, VA.  Also, Service Systems Forum Conference, Newport News, VA, 1996.

 

Overcoming adversity: How men can become heroes.  Series of presentations at the Project Horizons Conference, Lexington, VA.

 

1997

Integrating masculine gender information into sexual assault and harassment presentations.  Professional workshop, 7th International Conference on Sexual Assault and Harassment on Campus, Orlando, FL.  Also: VA Campus Sexual Assault Conference and the VA Statewide Health Department Conference, plenary sessions.

 

Gender issues in multicultural populations.  Invited address, Multiethnic perspectives National Conference, Arlington, VA (repeated, 1998).

 

Kilmartin, C. T., Chirico, B., & Leemann, M.  The White Ribbon Campaign: Evidence for Social Change on a College Campus.  Paper presented at the Spring Convention of the Virginia Psychological Association.

 

Putting campus programming into the context of men’s studies.  22nd Annual Conference on Men and Masculinity, Collegeville, MN.

 

The White Ribbon Campaign: Designing a grass-roots response to domestic violence.  Invited address, Domestic Violence Coalition of the Greater Prince William (VA) Area.

 

Counseling with gay, lesbian, and bisexual clients.  Professional workshop, Fredericksburg (VA) Personal Counseling Service.

 

1996

Sexual Harassment trainer.  Wrote training manual and conducted four professional workshops, Mary Washington College (Additional workshops delivered 199 -2016).

 

The psychology of men.  Invited address, Virginia Commonwealth University, Psychology Department Colloquium.  Also Virginia Psychological Association Convention, Richmond, VA, 1994; 32nd annual meeting of the Virginia Social Studies Educators, 1996; Richmond Better Beginnings Coalition Conference, 1994; Randolph-Macon College, VA, 1994.

Men’s issues and the college campus.  Invited professional workshop, Multiethnic perspectives: A national conference for students and administrators, Fredericksburg, VA (repeated, 1997, Washington, DC).   Also Virginia V.I.E.W. Conference, Charlottesville, VA., 1993 and 1994. Also Virginia Commonwealth University.

 

 

Sexual harassment.  Information sessions for high school males, Rockbridge County (VA) High School.

 

1995

The future of schools and the schools of the future.  Keynote address, Virginia Local Government Manager’s Association.

 

The White Ribbon Campaign: Men working to end men’s violence against women.  Paper presented at the 4th Annual Campus Sexual Assault Conference, Richmond, VA.

 

Sexual Harassment: The confluence of abuse and hypermasculinity.  Keynote address, Risky Times: Adolescence and the Cultural Acceptance of Violence, Richmond, VA.

 

1994

Sexual assault, substance abuse, and domestic violence.  Professional workshop, Lord Fairfax Community College (VA).

Treating perpetrators of sexual assault in a college counseling center.  Paper presented at the 3rd Annual Campus Sexual Assault Conference, Richmond, VA.

 

Masculinity and substance abuse.  Professional workshop, Annual Campus Lifeskills Conference, Richmond, VA.

 

1993

Gender, Greek life, and substance abuse on college campuses.  Keynote speech, 8th Annual College Conference on Alcohol Alternatives, Richmond, VA.

 

Masculinity and substance abuse.  Professional workshop, 8th Annual College Conference on Alcohol Alternatives, Richmond, VA.

 

 

Men’s issues in rehabilitation counseling.  Professional workshop, Annual Conference of The Virginia Rehabilitation Association.

 

Masculinity and violence.  Keynote speech, Hanover County (VA) Domestic Violence Task Force.

 

1992

Sex roles in the 1990’s.  Keynote speech, Annual Conference of Service Systems Forum, Newport News, VA.

 

Violence and the male sex role.  Professional workshop, Annual Conference of Service Systems Forum, Newport News, VA.

 

Changing sex roles: A hopeful message.  Keynote speech, Annual Virginia Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives Institute, Charlottesville, VA.

 

Men’s studies: Why and how.  Paper presented at the Annual Eastern Conference on the Teaching of Psychology, Harrisonburg, VA.

 

1991

Kilmartin, C. T. & Ring, T.  Man to man about rape: A rape prevention program for men. Paper presented at the Maryland Student Affairs Conference, College Park, MD.

THERAPY EXPERIENCE

 

2010-2016        University of Mary Washington Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS).

1997-98            Limited independent practice

  • Mary Washington College Psychological Services.

1988-89            Psychological Services Center, Reading, PA.

  • Penn State Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS).
  • Henrico (Va.) Area Mental Health Services.

1985-86            Center for Psychological Services and Development, Richmond, VA.

  • Virginia Commonwealth University Counseling Services.
  • Health Improvement Systems, Inc. (weight loss group treatment).

1980-83            The Regional Institute for Children and Adolescents, Rockville, MD.

1979                             Potomac State College of West Virginia University.

1979                             Bedford-Somerset (PA) Drug and Alcohol Council.

 

AWARDS AND OFFICES

 

2016                             Elected to Emeritus status, University of Mary Washington.

2015                             University of Mary Washington Waple Professional Achievement Award.

2014                             Distinguished Visiting Professor of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership, United States Air Force Academy.

2012                             Commencement Speaker, Virginia Commonwealth University Psychology Department Diploma Ceremony.

Ad hoc reviewer, Journal of Clinical Psychology, Sex Roles, International Journal of Men’s health.

2011                             Associate Editor, Psychology of Men and Masculinity.

2010                         Researcher of the Year, Society for the Psychological Study of Men and Masculinity (APA Div. 51).

Ad hoc reviewer, Psychology of Men and Masculinity, Sex Roles, International Journal of Men’s health.

2009                  Ad hoc reviewer, Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology

2008                             President, Society for the Psychological Study of Men and Masculinity (APA Div. 51)

Outstanding Service Award, Center for Men’s Leadership and Service

Ad hoc reviewer, Men and Masculinities, Psychology of Men and Masculinity, Frontiers: A          Journal of Women’s Studies.

                                    University Faculty Achievement Award

2007                             Elected Fellow, Society for the Psychological Study of Men and Masculinity (APA Div. 51)

Ad hoc reviewer, Biomedical Central Family Practice (UK)

University Faculty Achievement Award

Fulbright Distinguished Chair in Gender Studies, University of Klagenfurt, Austria

2006                             Board of Advisors, Men’s Health Network

Ad hoc reviewer, Sex Roles: A Journal of Research

2005                             Ad hoc reviewer, Psychology of Men and Masculinity

2004                             Bulletin Editor, Society for the Psychological Study of Men and Masculinity

2003                 Distinguished Member, National Society of Collegiate Scholars

Elected Chair, Tenure and Promotion Committee

2002                 Commonwealth of Kentucky Governor’s Office: White Ribbon Award for

men working to end gender-based violence.

Elected to Tenure and Promotion Committee

  • Promoted to Professor of Psychology

Men of Vision Special Award, Virginians Aligned Against Sexual Assault

Outstanding Psychology Graduate Alumnus of the Year, Virginia                                                   Commonwealth University

Elected to Board of Directors, National Organization for Men Against Sexism (NOMAS)

2000                 Elected to Board of Directors, Men Can Stop Rape, Washington, DC.

1997                             Appointed Acting Chair, Virginia Psychological Association Public Relations Committee

1996                 Elected Chair, Tenure and Promotion Committee

1995                             Elected to Tenure and Promotion Committee

Tenured and Promoted to Associate Professor of Psychology

1992                 Faculty Advisor, Frederick B. Rowe Award for Most Outstanding Undergraduate Research, Virginia Psychological Assn.

1988                             Outstanding Counseling Psychology Graduate Student, Virginia Commonwealth University, School of Humanities and Sciences.

1987                             Doctoral Preliminary Examination, Honors Distinction.

Pi Kappa Phi Honor Society

1982                             Elected Representative, Clinical Executive Committee, Regional Institute for Children and Adolescents.

 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

 

Virginia Licensed Clinical Psychologist

American Psychological Association, Divisions 17 and 51

Virginia Psychological Association, Academy of Academic Psychologists

American Men’s Studies Association

National Organization for Men against Sexism

Virginia Sexual and Domestic Violence Action Alliance

Speaker’s list, National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

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