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					                                           Stefanie Mollborn
                                             mollborn@colorado.edu
                                     http://www.colorado.edu/ibs/hb/mollborn

Institute of Behavioral Science                                                         Department of Sociology
University of Colorado at Boulder                                              University of Colorado at Boulder
483 UCB                                                                                                327 UCB
Boulder, CO 80309-0483                                                                  Boulder, CO 80309-0327
(303) 735-3796                                                                                    (303) 492-6410

                                            Academic Positions
University of Colorado-Boulder                                                            August 2006 - present
Assistant Professor of Sociology
Faculty, Health and Society Program, Institute of Behavioral Science
Stanford University                                                                                  2002 - 2005
Graduate Part-Time Instructor in Sociology and Education
                                                  Education
Ph.D. Sociology, Stanford University, 2006
       Dissertation: “Understanding Teenage Pregnancy Norms and Their Influence on Teenage
                        Mothers’ and Fathers’ Life Outcomes”
       Committee: Cecilia Ridgeway (chair), Karen Cook, Nancy Tuma
M.A. Sociology, Stanford University, 2000
Ph.D. program, no degree, Social Work, Lund University, Sweden, 1998-1999
B.A. Magna cum laude with highest honors in Sociology, Harvard University, 1997
                                    Areas of Research Specialization
           Health, stratification, life course, social psychology, childhood and adolescence, families
                                    Areas of Teaching Specialization
      Health, gender, social psychology, social stratification, education, families, childhood/adolescence
                            Publications (Student Coauthors Underlined)
Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Mollborn, Stefanie and Elizabeth Morningstar. In press, September 2009. “Investigating the Relationship
       between Depression and Teenage Childbearing Using Longitudinal Evidence.” Journal of Health and
       Social Behavior.
Mollborn, Stefanie and Bethany Everett. 2009. “Correlates and Consequences of Parent-Teen Incongruence
       in Reports of Teens' Sexual Experience.” Journal of Sex Research 46:1-16. Forthcoming in print,
       published online May 8, 2009.
Johnson, Monica Kirkpatrick and Stefanie Mollborn. 2009. “Growing up Faster, Feeling Older: Hardship in
       Childhood and Adolescence.” Social Psychology Quarterly 72(1):39-60.
       Shorter, less technical version published online as part of the SPQ Snaps series at:
       http://www.asanet.org/cs/root/leftnav/publications/journals/social_psychology_quarterly/spq_snaps
Mollborn, Stefanie. 2009. “American Adults’ Norms about Nonmarital Pregnancy and Their Influence on
        Willingness to Provide Resources to Parents.” Journal of Marriage and Family 71:122-134.
Tinkler, Justine Eatenson, Yan E. Li, and Stefanie Mollborn [equal authorship]. 2007. “Can Legal
        Interventions Change Beliefs? The Effect of Sexual Harassment Policy on Men’s Gender Beliefs.”
        Social Psychology Quarterly 70(4):480-494.

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Mollborn, Stefanie. 2007. “Making the Best of a Bad Situation: Material Resources and Teenage Parenthood.”
        Journal of Marriage and Family 69:92-104.
        Summarized in Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health 39(3):184-5, 2007, as “Teenage Parents’
        Educational Attainment Is Affected More by Available Resources than by Parenthood.”
Stepanikova, Irena, Stefanie Mollborn, Karen S. Cook, David H. Thom, and Roderick M. Kramer. 2006.
        “Patients’ Race, Ethnicity, Language, and Trust in a Physician.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior
        47(4): 390-405.
Mollborn, Stefanie Bailey, Irena Stepanikova, and Karen S. Cook. 2005. “Delayed Care and Unmet Needs
        among Health Care System Users: When Does Fiduciary Trust in a Physician Matter?” Health Services
        Research 40(6):1898-1917.
        Summarized in domestic and international newspapers and magazines.
Bailey, Stefanie and Peter V. Marsden. 1999. “Interpretation and Interview Context: Examining the General
        Social Survey Using Cognitive Methods.” Social Networks 21:287-309.
Chapters in Peer-Reviewed Books
Stepanikova, Irena, Karen Cook, Roderick Kramer, David Thom, and Stefanie Bailey Mollborn.
       Forthcoming, 2009. “Trust in Physician-Patient Relations: Some Qualitative Evidence.” Book chapter
       in Karen S. Cook, Margaret Levi, and Russell Hardin (Eds.), The Complexities and Limits of Trust. Russell
       Sage Foundation Series on Trust.
Cook, Karen, Roderick Kramer, David Thom, Irena Stepanikova, Stefanie Bailey Mollborn, and Robin
       Cooper. 2004. “Trust and Distrust in Patient-Physician Relationships: Perceived Determinants of
       High- and Low-Trust Relationships in Managed-Care Settings.” Pp. 65-98 in Roderick M. Kramer
       and Karen S. Cook (Eds.), Trust and Distrust across Organizational Contexts: Dilemmas and Approaches.
       Russell Sage Foundation Series on Trust, v. 7.
Under Review
Mollborn, Stefanie and Peter Lovegrove. “Teenage Fathers' Resources and Coresidence and Child Outcomes:
       Evidence from a New National Survey.” Revise and resubmit.
Mollborn, Stefanie. “Who Says It’s So Bad? Predictors and Consequences of Adolescents’ Norms against
       Teenage Pregnancy.” Revise and resubmit.
Mollborn, Stefanie and Angel Hoekstra. “Introducing and Assessing a Pedagogical Model for Clicker Use in
       Sociology Courses.” Revise and resubmit.
Mollborn, Stefanie. “Why Do Some Teenage Mothers and Fathers Graduate While Others Don’t?” Revise
       and resubmit.
Fomby, Paula, Stefanie Mollborn, and Christie Sennott. “Racial and Ethnic Differences in the Effect of
       Family Instability on Adolescents’ Behavior.” Revise and resubmit.
Mollborn, Stefanie and Jeff A. Dennis. “Comparing the Life Situations and Development of Teenage and
       Adult Mothers’ Children: Evidence from a New National Survey.” Under review.
Mollborn, Stefanie, Paula Fomby, and Jeff A. Dennis. “Who Matters for Children’s Early Development?
       Racial/Ethnic Differences in Effects of Extended Household Types.” Under review.
Advanced Manuscripts
Mollborn, Stefanie and Jeff A. Dennis. “Young Kids with Young Parents: How Social Disadvantage and
       Resources Influence Their Health and Development.”
                                              Research Grants
Current Funding
“2007 Adolescent Family Life Research Grants.” Principal Investigator. Office of Population Affairs,
       Department of Health and Human Services. Award #1 APRPA006015-01-00. $239,901. April 2007-
       March 2010. (Submitted as “The Effect of Material Resources on the Early Development of Teen
       Parents’ Children.”)
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 “Understanding How Social Norms and Material Resources Affect Teen Parents’ Lives.” Principal
       Investigator. University of Colorado/IGP Seed Grant Program Innovative Grant. $41,137. July 2007-
       June 2009.
Completed Funding
University of Colorado President’s Teaching and Learning Collaborative faculty researcher grant. $800.
       January 2008-December 2008.
“Explaining Racial and Ethnic Differences in the Effect of Family Instability on Adolescents’ Behavior.” Co-
       Investigator. Principal Investigator: Paula Fomby. University of Colorado Population Center
       Developmental Grant. $8,693. July 2007-July 2008.
“The Life Situations of Teenage Mothers and Their Children: Evidence from a New National Survey.”
       Principal Investigator. Council on Research and Creative Work Grant-in-Aid, University of Colorado.
       $6,000. Jan. 2007-Jan. 2008.
“The Life Situations of Teenage Fathers and Their Children: Evidence from a New National Survey.”
       Principal Investigator. Center to Advance Research and Teaching in the Social Sciences Scholars
       Grant, University of Colorado. $4,000. Jan.-Oct. 2007.
“Why Is It So Bad? Teenage Parenthood and the Impact of Norms and Resources.” Principal Investigator.
          American Educational Research Association Dissertation Grant. $15,000. July 2005-June 2006.
Under Review
“Transition to School Among Children of Teen Parents.” Principal Investigator. R01 application, under
          review at NICHD.
“Health Disparities Among a Vulnerable Population: A Longitudinal Analysis.” Principal Investigator. R03
          application with Ph.D. student Bethany Everett, under review at NICHD.
                                  Honors, Fellowships, and Awards
2009            Sociology Faculty Mentor of the Year (chosen by Ph.D. students), CU-Boulder
2009            Participant award, American Educational Research Association Institute on Statistical
                Analysis for Education Policy
2008            President’s Teaching and Learning Collaborative travel grant, University of Colorado
2008            Faculty researcher, University of Colorado President’s Teaching and Learning Collaborative
2007            Participant, NSF ADVANCE-funded Leadership Education for Advancement and
                Promotion Introductory Leadership Workshop
2006            Stanford University Centennial Teaching Award
2006            Sanford and Barbara Dornbusch Award in Social Psychology, Stanford University
2005            American Sociological Association Social Psychology Section Graduate Student Paper Award
2005            Time-Sharing Experiments for the Social Sciences (TESS) project award
2004, 2008      Add Health Users Conference travel grant
2004            Dissertation proposal defense passed with distinction
2003            Departmental Social Psychology Research Grant, Stanford University
2003            Matthew Goldstein Award for Research on Youth at Risk, Stanford University
2002            Barbara and Sanford Dornbusch Award for a Contribution to the Understanding
                or Solution of a Social Problem, Stanford University
2001            Clogg Scholarship, Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social
                Research Summer Program in Quantitative Methods, Ann Arbor, MI
2000-2001,      National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship
2003-2005
1999            Graduate Award Fellowship, Department of Sociology, Stanford University
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1998-1999        Swedish Social Science Research Council Graduate Research Fellowship
1997             Fulton Prize for Best Senior Thesis in Sociology, Harvard University
                                            Courses Taught
Undergraduate:         Sex, Gender, and Society
                       Sociology of Gender
                       Social Inequalities in Health
                       Social Psychology of Friendship
                       Friendship, Status, and Social Pressure
                       Social Statistics and Data Analysis
Graduate:              Social Disparities in Health
                       Workshop on Youth and Community Development (co-taught)
                       Sociological Methodology II: The General Linear Model (TA)
Related experience:    Social Science Data and Software Consultant, Social Sciences Research Group,
                       Stanford University Libraries. 2000-2004.
             Presentations at Professional Meetings (Student Collaborators Underlined)
Mollborn, Stefanie. “Predictors and Consequences of Adolescents’ Norms about Teenage Pregnancy.” To be
         presented at National Council on Family Relations 2009 annual meeting, San Francisco, CA.
Mollborn, Stefanie, and Janet Jacobs. “Teenage Parents’ Perceptions of Life Course Disruption, Norms, and
         Support.” To be presented at the Theory Construction and Research Methodology Workshop,
         National Council on Family Relations 2009 annual meeting, San Francisco, CA.
Mollborn, Stefanie, and Jeff A. Dennis. “Teenage Parenthood, Social Disadvantage, and Children’s Early
         Development.” To be presented at American Sociological Association 2009 annual meeting, San
         Francisco, CA.
Mollborn, Stefanie, and Jeff A. Dennis. “Social Disadvantage and the Early Development of Teenage Parents’
         Children.” Population Association of America 2009 annual meeting, Detroit, MI.
Mollborn, Stefanie, and Angel Hoekstra. “New Research in the Pedagogy of Learning with Clickers.”
         University of Colorado Conference on Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship in the Third
         Millennium University, 2009.
Mollborn, Stefanie, Jeff A. Dennis, and Paula Fomby. “Racial/Ethnic Differences in Family Structure Effects
         on Early Development.” National Council on Family Relations 2008 annual meeting, Little Rock,
         AR.
Mollborn, Stefanie, and Elizabeth Morningstar. “Investigating the Relationship between Teenage
         Childbearing and Depression Using Longitudinal Evidence.” American Sociological Association
         2008 annual meeting, Boston, MA.
Fomby, Paula, Stefanie Mollborn, and Christie Sennott. “Racial and Ethnic Differences in the Effect of
         Family Instability on Adolescents' Behavior. Presented by Fomby at the American Sociological
         Association 2008 annual meeting, Boston, MA.
Mollborn, Stefanie, and Angel Hoekstra. “Assessing a New Pedagogical Model for Clicker-Based Instruction
         in the Social Sciences.” Society for the Study of Social Problems 2008 annual meeting, Boston, MA.
Mollborn, Stefanie, and Angel Hoekstra. “Strategies for Using Clickers in the Social Sciences and
         Humanities.” Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology 2008 Conference, Boulder, CO.




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Mollborn, Stefanie and Bethany Everett. “Correlates and Consequences of Parent-Teen Discordance in
           Reporting Teens' Sexual Experience.” 2008 Add Health Users Conference, Bethesda, MD.
Mollborn, Stefanie, and Peter J. Lovegrove. “Teenage Fathers' Resources and Coresidence and Child
           Outcomes: Evidence from a New National Survey.” Population Association of America 2008
           annual meeting, New Orleans, LA.
Mollborn, Stefanie and Bethany Everett. “The Correlates and Consequences of Incongruence in Parents’ and
           Teens’ Reports of Teens’ Sexual Activity.” Population Association of America 2008 annual
           meeting, New Orleans, LA.
Dennis, Jeff A. and Stefanie Mollborn. “Protective Factors for Birth Outcomes Among Adolescent Mothers.”
           Southwestern Social Science Association 2008 annual meeting, Las Vegas, NV.
Mollborn, Stefanie. 2007. “Adults’ Norms about Nonmarital Pregnancy and Their Influence on Willingness to
           Provide Resources to Parents.” American Sociological Association 2007 annual meeting, New
           York, NY.
Mollborn, Stefanie Bailey. 2006. “Measuring Teenage Pregnancy Norms among Adolescents and Adults.”
        American Sociological Association 2006 annual meeting, Montreal, Canada.
Mollborn, Stefanie Bailey. 2005. “Making the Best of a Bad Situation: The Protective Effect of Resources on
        Teenage Parents’ Educational Careers.” American Sociological Association 2005 annual meeting,
        Philadelphia, PA.
Mollborn, Stefanie Bailey. 2004. “Teenage Mothers’ and Fathers’ Available Resources and School Dropout.”
        American Sociological Association 2004 annual meeting, San Francisco, CA.
Mollborn, Stefanie Bailey. 2004. “Who Says It’s So Bad? The Influence of Racial Culture and Neighborhood
        Socioeconomic Structure on Teen Pregnancy Norms.” National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent
        Health Users Conference, Bethesda, MD.
Tinkler, Justine, Yan Elaine Li, and Stefanie Bailey Mollborn. 2003. “Can Legal Interventions Equalize
        Interactions? The Effect of Sexual Harassment Policies on Gender Beliefs.” Presented by Tinkler and
        Li at American Sociological Association 2003 annual meeting, Atlanta, GA.
Bailey, Stefanie, Irena Stepanikova, and Karen Cook. 2002. “Trust and Reciprocal Exchange in Physician-
        Patient Relations.” International Sociological Association 2002 meeting, Brisbane, Australia.
Stepanikova, Irena, Stefanie Bailey, and Karen Cook. 2002. “Perceptions of Getting Needed Medical Care:
        When Does Trust in a Physician Matter?” Presented by Stepanikova at Pacific Sociological
        Association 2002 annual meeting, Vancouver, Canada.
Bailey, Stefanie. 2001. “Teenage Mothers’ and Fathers’ Resources and School Dropout.” American
        Sociological Association 2001 annual meeting, Anaheim, CA.
Bailey, Stefanie and Peter V. Marsden. 1999. “Interpretation and Interview Context: Examining the General
        Social Survey Using Cognitive Methods.” Presented by Marsden at Sunbelt XIX, International Sunbelt
        Social Networks Conference, Charleston, SC.
                                     Other Invited Presentations
“Teaching Tips: An Interactive Discussion.” To be co-presented as a Faculty Teaching Excellence Program
       symposium, University of Colorado at Boulder. 2009-10.
 “Scholarship of Teaching & Learning: The role of data in supporting educational innovations and scholarly
       teaching.” Faculty Teaching Excellence Program symposium (with Clayton Lewis), University of
       Colorado at Boulder. Spring 2009.
“Pedagogical Practices for Using Clickers in Sociology.” Presented to the University of Colorado at Boulder
       Department of Sociology (with Angel Hoekstra). Fall 2008.
“Understanding How Social Norms and Material Resources Affect Teen Parents’ Lives.” Presented to the
       University of Colorado at Boulder Department of Psychology’s Social Psychology program. Fall 2008.

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“Understanding How Social Norms and Material Resources Affect Teen Parents’ Lives.” Presented to the
      University of Colorado at Denver Adolescent Medicine Clinic. Fall 2008.

                                           Professional Service
National and Regional Levels
Associate editor and editorial board member, Journal of Marriage and Family. 2007-present.
Student award committee member, Family section, American Sociological Association. 2008-09.
Advisory committee member, 2009 State of Adolescent Sexual Health in Colorado (SASH) report, Colorado
         Organization on Adolescent Pregnancy, Parenting, and Prevention.
Facilitator and panel member, 2009 Colorado Access to Education Forum, Colorado Organization on
         Adolescent Pregnancy, Parenting, and Prevention.
Conference proposal reviewer, National Council on Family Relations. 2008-2009.
Advisory council member, adolescent research project, Prevention First Colorado. 2006-2008.
Graduate student paper selection committee, Educational Problems section, Society for the Study of Social
         Problems. 2007.
Elected graduate student representative, Social Psychology section council, American Sociological
         Association. 2004-06.
Session organizer/chair at professional meetings:
         Population Association of America. 2009. Organizer. “Fertility Timing and Transitions.”
         Population Association of America. 2009. Organizer. “Cross-National Patterns of Fertility.”
         Population Association of America. 2009. Organizer. “Explaining Fertility Patterns in International
                 Contexts.”
         Society for the Study of Social Problems. 2007. Organizer and chair. Thematic session: “Improving
         the Educational Experiences of At-Risk Children and Youth.”
         Pacific Sociological Association. 2004. Organizer and chair. “Applied Social Psychology.”
Discussant at professional meetings:
         American Sociological Association. 2009. Family section session on “New Family Forms.”
         Population Association of America. 2009. Session on “Fertility Timing and Transitions.”
         American Sociological Association. 2006. Aging and the Life Course section roundtables.
         American Sociological Association. 2005. Children and Youth section roundtables.
Ad hoc reviewer: American Sociological Review, Social Forces, Journal of Marriage and Family, Journal of Health
      and Social Behavior, Sociology of Education, Sociological Theory, Journal of Family Theory and Review,
      Youth and Society, Health Services Research, Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, Sociological
      Inquiry, Journal of Criminal Justice, European Journal of Public Health.
University Level
Review panel member, University of Colorado-IGP Innovative Seed Grant Competition, 2008, 2009.
Faculty judge, Hardy Long Frank Award for undergraduates, 2008, 2009.
Departmental Level
Committee participation:
      Faculty Adviser, Sociology McNair Scholars, 2008-09.
      Member, Sociology Faculty Search Committee, 2007-08.
      Member, Sociology Undergraduate Committee, 2007-08.
      Member, Sociology Diversity Committee, 2006-08.
      Organizer, Sociology Diversity Committee, 2008-09.
      Member, Betsy Moen Award Selection Committee, 2006-present.
      Chair, Ad Hoc Sociology Graduate Admissions Committee, 2006-07.

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Regraded methods comprehensive examination, 2009.
Faculty Adviser, Undergraduate Sociology Club, University of Colorado at Boulder. 2006-08.
Pre-dissertation primary advisor: Jeff Dennis 2007-2008, Elizabeth Schweigert and Devon Thacker 2007-
2008, Kari Alexander 2008-present.
Master’s degree primary advisor: Devon Thacker, Elizabeth Schweigert. 2007-2008.
Master’s degree committee member: Michelle Walker, 2008-present.
Dissertation primary advisor: Jeff Dennis 2008-present (co-chair).
Dissertation committee member: Jaclyn Raska, Sociology (2007-2008); Michelle Broaddus, Psychology (2007-
        2008); Angel Hoekstra, Sociology (2007-present); Peter Lovegrove (2009-present); Elaine McFarland
        (2008-present); Marshall Smith (2008-present); Michelle Walker (2009-present).
Ph.D. specialty comprehensive exam committee member: Jeff Dennis (chair), Bethany Everett, Sally Lasko,
        Peter Lovegrove, and Marshall Smith, 2008. Pavla Harris, Kelly Knight, Devon Thacker, and Michelle
        Walker, 2009. Elizabeth Morningstar, Kristina Kahl, Patrick O’Brien, and Christie Sennott, ongoing.
Teaching mentor: Angel Hoekstra, 2008-present.
Research project mentor (Ph.D. students funded for collaborative research): Jeff Dennis, 2007-present. Peter
        Lovegrove, 2007-present. Bethany Everett, 2007-2009. Christie Sennott, 2008-present. Angel
        Hoekstra, 2008-present. Casey Blalock, 2008-present. Devon Thacker, 2008-present. Leith Lombas,
        2008-present.
Primary undergraduate honors thesis advisor: Morgan Bennett (2006-07), John Stefanic (2006-2008), Miranda
        Bender (2009-2010).
Honors thesis committee member: Eden Davis (Psychology, 2008-2009), Paul Knell (Psychology, 2008-2009),
        Jen Mayer (Women’s Studies, 2008-2009).
Graduate independent study: Jeff Dennis (Spring 2008), Elizabeth Morningstar (Fall 2008), Laurie Hawkins
        (Fall 2009).
Undergraduate independent study: John Stefanic (Fall 2007).
McNair scholar undergraduate advisor: Rachel Ptaszek (2007-present).
Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program faculty adviser: Nicole Moore (2008-2009).
                                      Professional Memberships
  American Sociological Association (sections on Aging and the Life Course, Children and Youth, Family,
  Medical Sociology, and Social Psychology), Pacific Sociological Association, National Council on Family
            Relations, Population Association of America, Sociologists for Women in Society




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