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Health Sciences

Jill C. Hoxmeier, PhD, MPH, CHES

Email: Jill.Hoxmeier@cwu.edu
Phone: 509-963-1929
Office: Purser Hall 128

Education:

Ph.D. in Public Health, June 2015
Concentration in Health Behavior and Health Promotion
College of Public Health and Human Sciences; Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR

Masters of Public Health, May 2012
Concentration in Community Health Education, Minor in U.S. Mexico Border Health
College of Health and Human Services; New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM

Bachelor of Science in Journalism, June 2004
Concentration in Public Relations 
School of Journalism and Communication; University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon


Select Publications:

Hoxmeier, J. C., Acock, A., & Flay, B. (In press). Students as Pro-Social Bystanders to Sexual Assault: Demographic Correlates of Intervention Norms, Intentions, and Missed Opportunities.

• Katz, J., Motisi, M., Hoxmeier, J. C., & McKinney, M. (In press). White Female Bystanders' Responses to a Black Woman at Risk for Incapacitated Sexual Assault. Journal of Women's Quarterly, In Review.

Hoxmeier, J. C. (2016). Relationship Abuse and Sexual Assault Victimization among Transgender Undergraduate Students. Violence and Gender, 3(4).

Hoxmeier, J. C., Flay, B., & Acock, A. (2016). Control, Norms, and Attitudes: Differences between Students Who Do and Do Not Intervene as Bystanders to Sexual Assault. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. doi: 10.1177/088626051565503

Hoxmeier, J. C., Flay, B., & Acock, A. (2015). When will Students Intervene? Differences in Students’ Intent to Intervene in a Spectrum of Sexual Assault Situations. Violence and Gender, 2(3) DOI: 10.1089/vio.2012.0015


Courses Taught:

PUBH 230: Foundations of Public Health
PUBH 240: Writing for Public Health
PUBH 310: Community Health
PUBH 375: Theories of Health Behavior
PUBH 380: Epidemiology
PUBH 420: Women’s Health
PUBH 440: Health Communication
PUBH 448: Sexual Health

 

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