Ph.D. Instructional Design (anticipated 2011) Idaho State University
M.A. Sociology 2004 Idaho State University
B.A. Sociology 2001 Idaho State University
Self & Society
Sociology of the Family
Courses taught: Dates: Institution
Soc 111 Introduction to Sociology Winter 2004 to present ISU, BYU-I
Soc 102 Social Problems Spring 2005 ISU
Soc 311 Family Interaction Summer 2005 to present BYU-I
Soc 370 Social Stratification Winter 2004 to present BYU-I
Soc 340 Research Methods Winter 2005 to Summer 06 BYU-I
Soc 365 Sociology of Health Fall 2005 to present BYU-I
Soc 451 Self and Society Winter 2006 to present BYU-I
Soc 495 Senior Research Project Fall 2005 to Summer 06 BYU-I
Anth 101 Intro to Anthropology Winter 2006 to present BYU-I
Courses as Teaching Assistant: Dates/Sections: Institution:
Soc 101, Introduction to Sociology Fall 2002 to Spring 2003 Idaho State University
Additional Professional Experiences
Career and Academic Advisor, Brigham Young University-Idaho
Department of Religion and Social Sciences from 08/03 to 06/05.
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Idaho State University
Department of Sociology from 08/02 to 08/03.
Native American Cultural Association Faculty Advisor
Member of the American Sociological Association (ASA), since 2003
Member of the Pacific Sociological Association (PSA), since 2003
Fluent in French; spent two years in the Mascarene Islands
Meeker, Nathan J. 2003. "Religiosity, Racial Integration, and Attitudes of Closeness Toward Blacks Among White Americans." Presented at the Idaho State University Spring Sociology Colloquium, May 5, Pocatello, ID.
Thesis, Dissertation, and/or Publications
Meeker, Nathan J. 2004. "Intergroup Contact and Religiosity: Their Relationship to Religious Discrimination." Masters Thesis, Department of Sociology, Social Work, and Criminal Justice, Idaho State University, Pocatello, ID.