Phillip Schnarrs, PhD

Core Faculty, Dissertation Chair, The Graduate School

Contact:
pschnarrs@ncu.edu

Area of Expertise:
• HIV / AIDS
• Sexual Health Promotion
• LGBT Population Health
• Military Health
• Latino Health
• Sociocultural Determinants of Health
• Men and Masculinity Studies
• Adolescent Health
• Inter-sectionality
• Qualitative Methodologies Ethnography
• Sexual Sub-cultural Communities
• Identity and Behavior (Social Perspectives)
• Behavioral and Social Epidemiology

Education:

• Ph.D., Indiana University
• M.A., Indiana University of Pennsylvania
• B.S., Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Dissertation:
Sub-cultural identities among gay men: implications for sexual health, behaviors, and gender identity among men belong to the “Bear Community”

Selected Publications:
• Manuscript reviewer: Journal of Social Aspects of HIV/AIDS Research Alliance, Journal of Homosexuality, International Journal of Men’s Health, and AIDS Patient Care and STDs
• “Latino men’s sexual health and behaviors: an online sample of the United States,” International Journal of Men’s Health (2012)
• “Sexual health and life experiences, voices from behaviorally bisexual Latino men in the Midwestern USA,” Culture, Health & Sexuality (2011)
• “Sexual practices and health knowledge among young MSM living in non-urban settings,” Journal of Adolescent Health (2010)

Selected Professional Experience:
• Assistant Professor of Health Promotion, University of San Antonio
• Associate Instructor, Indiana University, Department of Applied Health