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TAZIN KARIM DANIELS CV ! #$#!% ! TAZIN KARIM DANIELS 2809 Stoneleigh Drive ! Lansing MI 48910 ! (714) 519-1221 ! karimtaz@msu.edu ! tazinkarim.com CURRENT POSITIONS 2013-present Research Coordinator for Associate Provost and Dean of Undergraduate Education, MSU 2012-present Lead Instructor and Developer for ANP 204: Introduction to Medical Anthropology, MSU 2012-present Curriculum Developer for Anthropology, Centers for Integrative Studies in General Science (CISGS), Social Science
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   TAZIN KARIM DANIELS CV ! #$#!% ! TAZIN KARIM DANIELS 2809 Stoneleigh Drive !  Lansing MI 48910 !  (714) 519-1221 !  karimtaz@msu.edu !  tazinkarim.com CURRENT POSITIONS 2013-present Research Coordinator  for Associate Provost and Dean of Undergraduate Education, MSU 2012-present Lead   Instructor   and Developer  for ANP 204: Introduction to Medical Anthropology, MSU 2012-present Curriculum Developer  for Anthropology, Centers for Integrative Studies in General Science (CISGS), Social Science (ISS), and the Humanities (IAH) 2012-present Chair  of Alcohol, Drugs and Tobacco Study Group, Society for Medical Anthropology EDUCATION 2010-2015 Ph.D., Anthropology, Michigan State University (A.B.D) 2006-2009 M.A., Anthropology, Michigan State University 2002-2005 B.A., Anthropology, University of California, Irvine GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS 2014 $3,750 : Course Development Fellowship in CISGS, MSU 2013 $1,000 : Foundations of Science MOOC Development Fellowship, The Gates Foundation 2012 $6,000 : Cultural Heritage Informatics Fellowship, MSU 2012 $3,000 : Disciplinary Leadership Fellowship, The Graduate School, MSU 2011 $5,000 : Course Development Fellowship in Anthropology, MSU 2011   $19,250 :  Dissertation Fieldwork Grant, Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research HONORS AND AWARDS 2015 Certification in College Teaching, MSU School of Social Science 2013 Preparing Future Faculty for the Assessment of Student Learning (PFF-ASL) Fellow, MSU 2012 Ron Hart Award for Outstanding Teaching, MSU Department of Anthropology 2010 Teaching Award, MSU Center for Integrative Studies in General Science 2009 Learning Leader Award, MSU Department of Residence Life PREVIOUS TEACHING EXPERIENCE 2014 Curriculum Developer  for ISB 204: Applications in Biomedical Sciences, MSU 2013 Developer/Consultant  for Foundations of Science MOOC, Center for Integrative Studies, MSU 2013 Teaching Assistant  for Cultural Heritage Informatics Field School in Data Visualization, MSU 2010-2014 Online Course Assistant/Developer  (8 courses), Department of Anthropology, MSU 2011 Instructor/Co-developer  for ANP 201: Introduction to Sociocultural Diversity, MSU 2009 Course Supervisor  (35 sections, 12 TAs), ISB 208L: Applications in Biological Sciences, MSU 2008-2010 Mentor/Facilitator , Teaching Assistant Program, MSU 2006-2009 Instructor  for ISB 208L: Applications in Biology and Science and Society, MSU   TAZIN KARIM DANIELS CV ! #$#!% # PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS Daniels, Tazin Karim, Erin Mobley and Alex Chavez. 2015. #Adderall: Constructions of Prescription Drug Use in Digital Spaces.  Journal of Medical Internet Research . (In progress) Daniels, Tazin Karim, Justin Kenton and Shivani Pandya. 2015. Selling Study Drugs: Direct-to-Consumer Advertising of Cognitive Enhancing Drugs. Social Science & Medicine . (In progress) Karim, Tazin. 2013. Teaching Anthropology in the Digital Age. General Anthropology. Volume 20 (1). Spring 2013. Pg: 1-9 NON-PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS Karim, Tazin. 2013. “The @Adderall_RX Girl: Pharmaceutical Self-branding and Identity in Social Media.”  Ethnography Matters.  Karim, Tazin. 2013. “Practical Training for the Digitally Il/literate Anthropologist”. Savage Minds . Karim, Tazin. 2013. “#Adderall: Positionality and Ethics in Social Science Research.” Savage Minds . Karim, Tazin. 2013. The Commodification of Celebrity Health. The Anthropologies Project.  Karim, Tazin. 2013. “Passing with Pills: Redefining Performance in the Pharmaceuticalized University.” The    Anthropologies    Project  . Karim, Tazin. 2012. “Meducating Our Children: The Moral Influence of Adderall on Education, Parenting, and Treatment.” Somatosphere.  Karim, Tazin. 2012. “Medical Imaginaries and Technological Futures.” Somatosphere . CONFERENCE PANEL CHAIR/ORGANIZATION/INVITED 2015 “Anthropology and Higher Education Capstone Session”, Invited Discussant, Society for Applied Anthropology Conference, Pittsburg, PA (submitted) 2014 “Teaching Anthropology Online: Best Tools and Practices for Quality E-Learning” Workshop Leader, American Anthropological Association Conference, Washington D.C. (accepted) 2014 “Professional Perspectives in the Anthropology of Drugs” Panel co-chair and co-organizer, American Anthropological Association Conference, Washington D.C. (accepted) 2014 “Silk Roads: Place and space in alcohol, tobacco and other drug use” Panel co-organizer, Society for Applied Anthropology Conference, Albuquerque, NM 2013 “Looking Back, Moving Forward: Reflections on Public Engagement in the Anthropology of Alcohol, Drugs, and Tobacco” Roundtable co-organizer, American Anthropological Association Conference, Chicago, IL 2012 “Drug Ab/Use: Border Constructions and Crossings in the Anthropology of Psychoactive Substances” Panel chair and co-organizer, American Anthropological Association Conference, San Francisco, CA 2012 “Anxieties and Vantage Points: Drug Use between the Boundaries of Moralized Health Discourses” Panel co-organizer, American Anthropological Association Conference, San Francisco, CA 2012 Border Patrol: Technologies of Moral Bureaucracy and Immobility Panel co-organizer, American Anthropological Association Conference, San Francisco, CA 2012 “Permeable Borders: Negotiating Boundaries of (Il)licit Substance Use” Panel co-organizer, American Anthropological Association Conference, San Francisco, CA 2011 “Tracing the Future: Lines of Difference and Possibility in Medical Technology” Panel chair and co-organizer, American Anthropological Association Conference, Montreal, Quebec, Canada 2011 “Medical Imaginaries and Technological Futures” Panel chair and co-organizer, Society for the Social Studies of Science (4S) Conference Cleveland, Ohio     TAZIN KARIM DANIELS CV ! #$#!% $ CONFERENCE PRESENTATION 2014 “Prescribing Productivity: The Biomedicalization of Professional, Athletic, and Academic Labor through the use Cognitive Enhancing Drugs”, Paper presentation, Society for Cultural Anthropology, Detroit, MI (submitted) 2014 “#Adderall: Constructions of Prescription Drug Use in Digital Spaces”, Paper presentation, Society for Applied Anthropology, Albuquerque, NM (accepted) 2013 “Engaging participants and researchers in a shrinking ethnographic world: Challenges and changes for the modern anthropologist” Roundtable participant, American Anthropological Association Conference, Chicago, IL 2012 “The Moral Economy of Adderall: Redefining Health and Performance in the American University” Paper presentation, American Anthropological Association Conference, San Francisco, CA 2011 “Experimenting with Study Drugs: Legacies of Pharmaceutical Normalization and Enhancement” Individual paper, American Anthropological Association Conference Montreal, Quebec, Canada 2011 “From ADHD Brains to Academic Gods*: Transforming Subjectivities through Cognitive Enhancement” Individual paper, Society for the Social Studies of Science Conference, Cleveland, Ohio 2011 “Dissertation Research on Stimulant Use on College Campuses” Individual paper, Graduate Academic Conference, Michigan State University 2010 “‘A’ is for Adderall: Pharmaceutical Interventions in Higher Education” Individual paper, American Anthropological Association Conference New Orleans, LA 2010 “War Rape and Prison Rape: Theoretical Perspectives” Joint paper with Dr. Christina DeJong, American Society for Criminology, San Francisco, CA 2009 “The Medicalization of Menstruation: DTCA of Birth Control Pills” Individual paper, Society for Medical Anthropology Conference, Yale University, New Haven, CT INVITED LECTURES 2014 “Introduction to Medical Anthropology” Guest lecture, ANP 201: Introduction to Sociocultural Diversity, Michigan State University 2014 “Implementation of Embedded Course Assessments” Research presentation, Center for Integrative Studies, Michigan State University. 2013 “Digital methods in Anthropological Research” Guest lecture, ANP 429: Ethnographic Field Methods, Michigan State University 2013 “Introduction to Medical Anthropology” Guest lecture, ANP 201: Introduction to Sociocultural Diversity, Michigan State University 2012 “Meducating our Children: The Moral Influence of Adderall on Education, Parenting and Treatment in the U.S.” Anthropology departmental presentation, Michigan State University 2012 “Medicalization and the Media” Guest lecture, ANP 270: Women and Health, Michigan State University 2012 “Domestic Drug Ethnographies” Guest lecture, ANP 201: Introduction to Sociocultural Diversity, Michigan State University 2012 “Socio-cultural Analyses of Drug Use” Guest lecture, ANP 320: Social and Cultural Analysis, Michigan State University 2012 “Racial and Socioeconomic Factors in U.S. Drug cultures” Guest lecture, ISS 215: Social Difference & Inequality, Michigan State University 2011 “Dissertation Planning and Field Methods” Guest Lecture, ANP 834: Topics in Medical Anthropology, Michigan State University 2011 “Pharmaceutical Interventions in Higher Education” Anthropology departmental presentation, Michigan State University   TAZIN KARIM DANIELS CV ! #$#!% % 2011 “Nonmedical Use of Adderall and ADHD Drugs among College Students” Joint paper with John Taylor, Psy. D., MSU Counseling Center Michigan State University 2010 “Medicalization and the Media” Guest lecture, ANP 270: Women and Health, Michigan State University 2010 “I have an ADHD Emergency” Joint paper with John Taylor, Psy. D., Michigan Association on Higher Education and Disabilities (MI-AHEAD) conference, Michigan State Universit 2009 “Direct-to-Consumer-Advertising of Birth Control” Anthropology departmental presentation, Michigan State University 2009 “Introduction to Medical Anthropology” Guest Lecture, ANP 201: Socio-Cultural Diversity, Michigan State University REFERENCES Dr. Heather Howard Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Michigan State University &'()*+ howardh@msu.edu (517-353-4600) Dr. Howard is the chair of my dissertation committee. She can speak to my research skills, teaching abilities, and my overall performance in the medical anthropology program at Michigan State University. Dr. Ethan Watrall Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Associate Director of MATRIX , Michigan State University watrall@msu.edu (517-884-2476) Dr. Watrall is the faculty in charge of the online course initiative for the Department of Anthropology, as well as the Cultural Heritage Informatics initiative at MSU. He can speak to my leadership and management skills, my teaching abilities, and my proficiency in digital anthropology. Dr. Gilbert Quintero Chair of the Department of Anthropology, University of Montana gilbert.quintero@umontana.edu (406-243-5825) Dr. Quintero is member of the Alcohol, Drugs and Tobacco Study group as well as research collaborator. He can speak to my leadership, research and writing skills, and future potential for research and publication in medical anthropology. Dr. Julie Libarkin Center for Integrative Studies in General Science, Michigan State University libarkin@msu.edu (517-614-5349) Dr. Libarkin is the faculty in charge of my current assistantship developing curriculum and conducting assessment research in the Centers for Integrative Studies in General Science, Social Science, and the Humanities. She can speak to my leadership and management skills, my teaching abilities, and proficiencies in conducting assessment research. Dr. Melissa McDaniels Assistant Dean of the Graduate School, Director of the Teaching Assistant Program, Michigan State University mcdani73@msu.edu (517-355-7625) Dr. McDaniels and I have collaborated on number of teaching-related projects at MSU and has invited me to  present on issues such as Educational Technology to graduate teaching assistant during the MSU Spring Teaching Institute. She can speak to my teaching credentials, presentation and lecturing abilities, and  proficiency in innovative teaching tools and strategies.
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