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MOLLY M. KING Department of Sociology Stanford University web: EDUCATION STANFORD UNIVERSITY 2011 Present Ph.D. Candidate, Sociology Expected June 2018 Dissertation
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MOLLY M. KING Department of Sociology Stanford University web: EDUCATION STANFORD UNIVERSITY 2011 Present Ph.D. Candidate, Sociology Expected June 2018 Dissertation title: Information Inequality: the Class, Gender, and Race of Knowledge Domains Committee: David Grusky & Shelley Correll (co-advisors); Michelle Jackson; Sarah Burgard (Michigan) M.A., Sociology 2015 Qualifying Exams: Stratification & Inequality; Organizations & Networks PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY 2009 Graduate courses in Health Economics, non-degree seeking, M.P.H. Program REED COLLEGE B.A. in Biology, Phi Beta Kappa FORMAL RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Graduate Research Assistant Center on Poverty and Inequality, Stanford University 2012 Present Health Research Group, with Dr. Sarah A. Burgard, 2013 Present Discrimination Research Group, with Drs. Shelley Correll & Cecilia Ridgeway, California Poverty Project, under the guidance of Dr. David Grusky, 2014 Research Assistant Sociology Department, Reed College Network Analysis Research Lab, under the guidance of Dr. Kjersten Whittington Research Assistant II Dept. of Medical Informatics, Oregon Health & Science University Care Management Plus team, under the guidance of Dr. David A. Dorr Oregon Health Information Technology Extension Center National Library of Medicine Intern Dept. of Medical Informatics, OHSU 2009 Care Management Plus team, under the guidance of Dr. David A. Dorr PUBLICATIONS PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES West, Jevin D., Jennifer Jacquet, Molly M. King, Shelley J. Correll, Carl T. Bergstrom The role of gender in scholarly authorship. PLOS ONE 8(7). e Available: doi: /journal.pone Fagnan, Lyle J., David A. Dorr, Melinda Davis, Paul McGinnis, Jo Mahler, Molly McCarthy King, LeAnn Michaels Turning on the Care Coordination Switch in Rural Primary Care: Voices from the Practices - Clinician Champions, Clinician Partners, Administrators, and Nurse Care Managers. The Journal of Ambulatory Care Management, 34(3). PMID POLICY BRIEFS / REPORTS Collis, Conway, David Grusky, Sara Kimberlin, Courtney Powers, Sandra Sanchez, Marion Coddou, Erin Cumberworth, Jonathan Fisher, Jared Futura, Jasmine Hill, Molly King, Yana Kucheva, Ryan Leupp, Ana Matosantos, Natassia Rodriguez, and Rachel Wright Reducing Poverty in California Permanently. Pathways: a magazine on poverty, inequality, and social policy: Winter. Available: Grusky, David, Marion Coddou, Erin Cumberworth, Jonathan Fisher, Jared Furuta, Jasmine Hill, Sara Kimberlin, Molly King, Yana Kucheva, Ryan Leupp, Marybeth Mattingly, Natassia Rodriguez, Charles Varner, Rachel Wright Why is there so much Poverty in California? The Causes of California s Sky-High Poverty and the Evidence Behind the Equal Opportunity Plan for Reducing It. Available: Burgard, Sarah A. and Molly M. King State of the States Health. State of the States Report. Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality. Available: Burgard, Sarah A. and Molly M. King Health Inequality. State of the Union Report. Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality. Available: _Inequality.pdf BOOK CHAPTERS Dorr, David A., Molly M. King Health Information Technology. Comprehensive Care Coordination for Chronically Ill Adults, edited by Cheryl Schraeder and Paul S. Shelton. Ames, Iowa: Wiley-Blackwell. OTHER PUBLICATIONS Gupta, Agam, Molly M. King, James Magdanz, Regina Martinez, Matteo Smerlak, and Brady Stoll Critical connectivity in banking networks. Santa Fe Institute Complex Systems Summer School proceedings. Available: King, Molly M An investigation into the interaction of X. laevis telomeric proteins TRF1 and PinX1. Undergraduate senior thesis. Reed College Division of Mathematics and Natural Sciences. Biology Department. Portland, Oregon. Advisor: Dr. Janis Shampay. Available: WORKING PAPERS King, Molly M., Shelley J. Correll, Jennifer Jacquet, Carl T. Bergstrom, Jevin D. West Men set their own cites high: Gender and self-citation across fields and over time. Available: King, Molly M. Long-Distance Relationships: Quantifying intellectual distance between university departments and interdisciplinary programs. Updated April, 2016 KING 2 TEACHING & MENTORING EXPERIENCE Preparing Future Professors Program San Jose State University & Stanford University Faculty shadowing program at comprehensive, teaching-focused university (mentor: Prof. Preston Rudy) First-time Teaching Assistant Mentor. Department of Sociology, Stanford University Mentored two teaching assistants through their first teaching assistant experience. Curriculum Development Assistant Community-Engaged Learning Stanford University 2015 Curated materials for faculty developing community-engaged syllabi for easy deployment in courses. Program Facilitator for Community-Based Research Fellows Haas Center for Public Service, Stanford 2015 Ran discussion sections and facilitated online reflection for 6 undergraduate summer research fellows. Undergraduate Research Mentor Center on Poverty and Inequality, Stanford University Managed activities of undergraduate research assistant Teaching Assistant Stanford University 2014 SOC 140/240: Introduction to Social Stratification (Prof. David Grusky) SOC 120/220: Interpersonal Relations (Prof. Cecilia Ridgeway) STS 200F: Science and Technology Studies senior seminar: Innovation & Invention (Prof. Walter Powell) Tutor Academic Support Center, Reed College Senior Reactor Operator Nuclear Reactor Facility, Reed College HONORS, AWARDS & RESEARCH SUPPORT HONORS & AWARDS Centennial Teaching Award. School of Humanities and Sciences, Stanford University Phi Beta Kappa Northern California Graduate Student Fellowship Unrestricted funding of $7500 for research expenses and living support. Graduate Research Fellowship Program. National Science Foundation Tuition and fellowship support for 3 years over 5 year period. Graduate Student Fellowship. McCoy Family Center for Ethics in Society, Stanford University Chosen as 1 of 8 fellows in university. Support of $1000 per quarter for 3 quarters. Graduate Public Service Fellowship. Haas Center for Public Service, Stanford University Support of $1000 per quarter for 3 quarters. Honorable Mention. Ford Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship. National Academy of Sciences Phi Beta Kappa. Reed College Updated April, 2016 KING 3 Reed Presidential Scholar. Reed College, Portland, OR Selected as 1 of 25 in class of 375 for grant funding in lieu of loans and work study. $5000 annually. National Merit Scholarship Award of $5000 first-year college scholarship for top-tier placement in national PSAT score competition. RESEARCH GRANTS & SUPPORT Inequality and Decision Making Grant. Tobin Project Co-PI with Beth Red Bird. $5000 research support plus travel to conference. Graduate Fellowship. Department of Sociology, Stanford University Tuition and fellowship support. National Library of Medicine Internship. Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, OR Selected as 1 of 13 interns out of over 400 applications. PI David Dorr. $3000; 100% effort. P. Konttas Memorial Biology Scholarship. Reed College, Portland, OR Biology Undergraduate Research Projects grant award. Reed College. October 2008 May Awarded $1500 grant for research supplies for senior thesis. Murdock Foundation Research Assistantship. Reed College Summer support of $3500 for 4 months. PI Robert Kaplan. Sloan-Kettering Summer Undergraduate Research Program Gerstner Sloan-Kettering Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, New York, NY. Summer support of $3000 plus housing. PI Dinshaw Patel. SPECIALIZED TRAINING & INSTITUTES Seminar on Conflicts, Ethics, and the Academy. Stanford University Seminar on Ethics & Research: Practices, Problems, and Principles. Stanford Graduate Summer Institute Oral Communication Training for Graduate Students. Stanford University Complex Systems Summer School. Santa Fe Institute ACADEMIC & UNIVERSITY SERVICE Teaching Assistant Handbook Committee, Sociology Department, Stanford University Head Community Associate, Graduate Life Office, Stanford University 2015 Present Community-Based Research Fellowship Review Panel 2015 Haas Center for Public Service, Stanford University Community Associate, Graduate Life Office, Stanford University Updated April, 2016 KING 4 Graduate Studies Committee Graduate Student Representative Sociology Department, Stanford University Professional Development Co-Chair Association of Sociology Graduate Students, Stanford University Accounts Newsletter Editorial Collective Economic Sociology Section, American Sociological Association Student Body President (2008) & Senator ( ), Student Senate, Reed College PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS American Sociological Association, 2011 Present Sections: Science, Knowledge and Technology; Sex and Gender; Inequality, Poverty, and Mobility RC28: ISA Research Committee on Social Stratification, 2015 Present PRESENTATIONS King, Molly M., Shelley J. Correll, Jennifer Jacquet, Carl T. Bergstrom, and Jevin D. West. Men set their own cites high: Gender and self-citation across fields and over time. Presented by M.M.K. at the American Sociological Association Annual Meeting. Sociology of Science Session. Chicago, IL. August, King, Molly M. Long-distance relationships? Quantifying intellectual distance between university departments and interdisciplinary programs. Presented at the American Sociological Association Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. August 24, Presented at the SKAT 25: New Directions after a Quarter-Century of the Sociology of Science, Knowledge, and Technology Conference. Chicago, IL. August 21, Burgard, Sarah A. and Molly M. King. State of the States Health. Presented by S.A.B. at the Stanford Center for Poverty and Inequality State of the States Conference. Stanford, CA. February 2, King, Molly M. and Sarah A. Burgard. The Great Recession and Mental Health. Presented at the Society for Study of Social Problems Annual Conference. San Francisco, CA. August, Burgard, Sarah A. and Molly M. King. Health Inequality. Presented by M.M.K. at the Society for Study of Social Problems Annual Conference. San Francisco, CA. August, Presented by S.A.B. at Center for Poverty and Inequality State of the Union. Stanford, CA. January 14, Gupta, Agam, Molly M. King, James Magdanz, Regina Martinez, Matteo Smerlak, and Brady Stoll. Critical connectivity in banking networks. Santa Fe Institute Complex Systems Summer School. Santa Fe, NM. June, Updated April, 2016 KING 5 King, Molly M. Disability Rights and Divergent Perspectives on Prenatal Testing and Selective Abortion. Presented at the American Sociological Association Annual Meeting. Student Forum Paper Session: Citizenship Rights and Public Opinion. Las Vegas, NV. August 21, King, Molly M., Melinda Davis, Lyle J. Fagnan, Paul McGinnis, LeAnn Michaels, David A. Dorr. Pediatric Care Management in Rural Oregon using Health Information Technology: Facilitators and barriers to implementing Care Management Plus in pediatric primary care clinics. Poster presented at AcademyHealth s 2011 Annual Research Meeting. Seattle, WA. June 12, King, Molly M. The Formal Power Structure of Reed College: A Network Analysis of Community Governance. Poster presented at the Pacific Sociological Association Annual Conference. Seattle, WA. March 12, King, Molly M., David A. Dorr. Effects of Population Tracking and Follow-up on Patient Lipid and Diabetic HbA1c Improvement. Poster presented at AcademyHealth s 2010 Annual Research Meeting. Boston, MA. June 27 29, King, Molly M. Care Management Plus: A review of models of care. Presentation for physicians and administrators from Aurora Health Care, WI. February, King, Molly M. Longitudinal patient outcomes after tracking and intervention. Department of Medical Informatics and Clinical Epidemiology Intern Symposium. August, MEDIA COVERAGE Men have a greater tendency to cite themselves, study says. By Beryl Lieff Benderly, Science Careers. September 3, References 2015 presentation (on working paper with colleagues West, Jacquet, Correll, and Bergstrom). Available: Men Who Admire Their Own Work. By Scott Jaschik, Inside Higher Ed. August 25, References 2015 presentation (on working paper with colleagues West, Jacquet, Correll, and Bergstrom). Available: https://www.insidehighered.com/news/2015/08/25/study-finds-men-are-more-likely-women-engageself-citation Collaborative NYU, UW, Stanford Study: Scholarly Men In History, International Politics, Math, Anthropology More Likely To Use Self-Citation Than Women. By Sara Guaglione, ischoolguide. August 25, References 2015 presentation (on working paper with colleagues West, Jacquet, Correll, and Bergstrom). Oregon Gets Variable Marks On Poverty Report. By Amanda Peacher, Oregon Public Broadcasting News, February 4, References 2015 report with colleague Burgard. Available: In Science, it Matters that Women Come Last. By Emma Pierson, FiveThirtyEight. August 5, References 2013 publshed work with colleagues West, Jacquet, Correll, and Bergstrom. Available: Updated April, 2016 KING 6 Lowered Cites: New Gender Gap in Scholarship. By Robin Wilson, The Chronicle of Higher Education, March 17, References 2015 working paper with colleagues West, Jacquet, Correll, and Bergstrom. Available: Academia s Gender Gap Persists. By Hrag Vartanian, Salon, July 23, References 2013 published work with colleagues West, Jacquet, Correll, and Bergstrom. Available: Scholarly Publishing s Gender Gap. By Robin Wilson, The Chronicle of Higher Education, October 22, References 2013 published work with colleagues West, Jacquet, Correll, and Bergstrom. Available: PUBLIC SOCIOLOGY Panelist after Inequality for All community screening organized by Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality. September 27, Updated April, 2016 KING 7
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