PROFESSOR JESSE KENDALL, PH.D. Home: 305-555-5555
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Ph.D. Major: Health Education/Human Sexuality, XYZ University 20xx
M.A. Major: Social Psychology, University of XYZ 20xx
B.A. Major: Psychology, University of XYZ 20xx
Leadership: Held leadership positions at the professional, departmental, college, and university level
throughout academic career at the University of XYZ. Position titles included Graduate Coordinator; Co-
Principal Investigator; Principal Investigator; Advisory Board member for Diversity Programs, General Studies,
Women’s Studies, and International Studies; University Chair of Research Council Committee on Scientific
Misconduct; State Chair of the Health Division; and National Vice President, National President, and National
Executive Director of the Foundation for the Scientific Study of Sexuality.
Vision: Played instrumental role in several important departmental expansions. Changed degree name from
Health and Physical Education to Human Performance and Health Promotion, and expanded name for the
College of Education to include Human Development. Developed the Gerontology Certificate Program and the
Executive Master’s Degree in Human Performance for student cohorts from Taiwan. Established the Certified
Health Education Specialist Program and instigated the development of a concentration in Peace & Justice
studies within the International Studies Program.
Teaching: Nominated for the Saraphia D. Leyda University Teaching Award in 20xx. Developed more than 15
courses currently taught at UNO and personally taught in Denmark, Sweden, and the Czech Republic. Served as
member of the General Studies Advisory Board since 20xx.
Ethics: Co-authored new professional ethical standards adopted by the American Association of Health
Educators in 20xx. Developed a course in Health Promotion Ethics for UNO that is currently taught in the
Collaboration: Partnered with colleagues on challenging and essential University committees including Post-
Tenure Review, SACS Accreditation, and Diversity. Chaired the Distinguished Professor Committee and the
Research Council Committee on Scientific Misconduct. Worked as team member on more than nine grants, 30
published articles, and 30 presentations at professional meetings. Co-edited two books with three other
professionals. Became an invited member of the Women’s Studies Faculty in 20xx.
Communication: Interviewed on local radio and television programs, and have appeared on the national
television show “The XYZ Factor.” Provided over 15 years of clear classroom communication and teaching.
Delivered nearly 50 presentations at national conferences.
Community: Served for more than 12 years as a volunteer, in a variety of capacities, for the NO/AIDS task
force. Facilitated numerous classroom speaking engagements with guests, including community based
organizations (CBOs) and non-governmental organizations (NGOs). Played critical role in developing a
comprehensive health program at Capdau Charter Grade School. Participated as an invited member of the
Ochsner Hospital IRB for the protection of human subjects since 20xx. Served on the community-wide
committee for the Leanne Knot Violence Against Women Project since 20xx.
Professor, Dept. of HP/HP University of XYZ 20xx-Present
Serve as Chairperson of several hiring committees and help create positions within Human Performance /
Health Promotion Department. Work to ensure consensus is achieved when issues divide faculty members.
Regularly invite community members to speak in classes, and send students to local CBOs and NGOs to
participate in service learning and volunteer activities.
• Received more than ten grants, including one for over $800,000.
• Assisted in establishing the CHES certification program, and hired employee to run it.
• Expanded teaching skills by attending workshops about Multiple Intelligences and VARK (variable
learning styles) at national conferences and UNO.
• Played instrumental role in the philosophical / physical expansion and strategic planning of the
department; helped determine and negotiated the use of newly acquired building space.
Faculty, Women’s Studies Program University of XYZ 20xx-Present
Graduate Coordinator, Dept. of HP/HP University of XYZ 20xx-20xx
Associate Professor University of XYZ 20xx-20xx
Assistant Professor University of XYZ 20xx-20xx
Visiting Assistant Professor Institute in Copenhagen, Denmark 20xx/20xx (Summers)
Instructor XZY College 20xx (Fall)
Graduate Assistant XYZ University 20xx-20xx
Instructor XYZ State University 20xx (Fall)
ADDITIONAL PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Research Assistant Metropolitan Life 20xx-20xx
Educator/Vice President/Founder Come To Your Senses 20xx-20xx
Health & Sexuality (Private enterprise)
Director, Human Sexuality Greater Miami 20xx-20xx
Resource Center Mental Health Foundation
Youth Director Planned Parenthood 20xx-20xx
Regional Director of Planned Parenthood/ 20xx-20xx
College Programs World Population
SCHOLARLY AND CREATIVE PRODUCTIVITY
Kendall, J. and Struckman-Johnson, C. (20xx). Sexually Aggressive Women: Current Perspectives and
Controversies, New York, NY: XYZ Publications, Inc.
Kendall, J., deMauro, D., and Noonan, R. (Eds.), (20xx). Does Anyone Still Remember When Sex was Fun?
Positive Sexuality in the Age of AIDS, 3rd ed., Dubuque, IA: XYZ Publishing Co.
B. Book Chapters
Kendall, J., Struckman-Johnson, C.J., and Struckman-Johnson, D.L. (20xx). “Tactics of Sexual Coercion.”
Speaking of Sexuality: Interdisciplinary Readings, 2nd Ed. by J. Kenneth Davidson, Sr., Nelwyn B. Moore,
Pepper Schwartz, and John D. DeLamater (Eds.). Los Angeles, CA: XYZ Publishing Company.
Kendall, J., (20xx). “My Personal Story of Connecting Spirituality and Sexuality.” Sex, Love, and Marriage in
the 21st Century: The Next Sexual Revolution by R.T. Francoeur, M. Cornog, and T. Perper (Eds.). New York,
NY: XYZ Publishing Co.
C. Journal Articles
Kendall, J., Kontos, A.P., Tanigoshi, H., and Struckman-Johnson, C. (November 20xx). “A Comparison of
Sexual Strategies Used by Urban Southern and Rural Midwestern University Women.” Journal of Sex
Research, 42(4), 335-341.
Kendall, J. and Savage, J. (April 20xx). “Social, Legal, and Institutional Context of Heterosexual Aggression by
College Women.” Trauma, Violence, and Abuse,6(2), 130-140.
D. Refereed proceedings
Kendall, J., Muzyka, B.C., Cropley, L.D., and Oertling, K.M. (March 10-13, 20xx). “Assessment of Knowledge
on the Effects of Tobacco Use.” International Association of Dental Research Annual Meeting, Honolulu, HA.
Kendall, J., Diez, K., and Tynes, S.F. (February 20xx). “Sexuality and Senior Olympians.” Southern District
AAHPERD, 1998 Convention Research Abstracts.
2. ITEMS ACCEPTED FOR PUBLICATION/PRESENTATION
Kendall, J., Lebedev, S., & Masagutov, R.M. (20xx). The impact of Nationality, and economic, social, and
marital status on differences in the frequency of sexually aggressive behaviors among women living in Russia.
17th Biannual Meeting of the International Society for Research on Aggression, Minneapolis, MN, July 25-29,
3. ARTISTIC OR OTHER CREATIVE CONTRIBUTIONS
Kendall, J. (20xx). "Being Me and Being Drug Free," consultant on audio tape development with accompanying
work book. Syndistar, Inc.
4. PARTICIPATION AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS
Kendall, J. and Masagutov, R. (November 6, 20xx). “Sexual Violence and Sexual Behavior Among Teenage
Boys in the General Population and in Juvenile Prison, in Russia, a Descriptive Analysis.” Paper presented at the
Annual Meeting of the Society of the Scientific Study of Sexuality, Orlando, FL.
Kendall, J., Sorensen, W., and Speaker, R. (November 6, 20xx). “Stuck on Commercial Sex Workers:
Differences Between Sex Partners of Bolivian Truck Drivers.” Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the
Society of the Scientific Study of Sexuality, Orlando, FL.
5. AWARDS, LECTURESHIPS, OR PRIZES
Nominee: UNO Research Professor Award, Fall 20xx.
UNO, Summer Abroad Teaching Program, Prague, the Czech Republic, 20xx.
6. GRANTS AND CONTRACTS
A. Grants and contracts received
Principal investigator, co-principal investigator, or equivalent
($1,000) David Sterry Performance, Diversity Advisory Committee to Academic Affairs, UNO. J.
Kendall, J. White, and D. Devereaux (20xx).
($830,370) Training Teachers to Recognize and Report Suspected Child Sexual Abuse, Baptist
Community Ministries (BCM) J. Kendall, T. Remley, and P. Landrieu (20xx).
B. Grants and contracts applied for
($120,000) Youth Literacy and Wellness Project, Board of Regents Support Fund Undergraduate
Enhancement Proposals. J. Kendall, and G. P. Granata (20xx).
($536,141). Diffusion Innovation and Condom Social Marketing, Department of Health and Human
Services, National Institute of Health (NIH). J. Kendall, and L. Cropley (20xx).
7. THESIS/DISSERTATION COMMITTEE SERVICE
XYZ University, Department of Sociology, Ms. Jennifer Fagan, Doctoral Candidate, and Dr. Jesse
Kendall, Committee Member, 20xx-20xx.
University of New Orleans, Department of Curriculum and Instruction & Human Performance and
Health Promotion, Mr. William Sorensen, Doctoral Candidate, Dr. Richard Speaker, Co-Major
Professor, and Dr. Jesse Kendall, Co-Major Professor, 20xx-20xx.
8. MAJOR AREAS OF CREATIVE OR RESEARCH INTEREST
Sexual Aggression • AIDS • Sexuality and Aging • Spirituality • Alcohol and Sexual Behavior