Nolan Kline

Professional History


Ph.D., Applied Anthropology, University of South Florida, 2015

Concentration: biocultural medical anthropology 

M.P.H.Community and Family Health, University of South Florida, 2015

M.A., Applied Anthropology, University of South Florida, 2010

B.A., Anthropology, magna cum laude,honors in Anthropology, minors in Spanish and Jewish StudiesRollins College, 2008



National Board of Public Health Examiners, certified in Public Health (C.P.H.). 



2016-present   Rollins College, Assistant Professor (tenure track), Department of Anthropology.

2016-present  Rollins College, Co-Coordinator, Global Health Program. 

2015-2016      Purdue University, Assistant Professor (tenure track), Department of Consumer Science, College of Health and Human Sciences. 

2015               Rollins College, Adjunct Professor, Department of Anthropology.

2013-2015      University of South Florida, Adjunct Professor, Department of Community and Family Health, College of Public Health.

2013-2015      University of South FloridaInstructor of record, Department of Anthropology.



2014-2015       Graduate Research Assistant and Project Coordinator, American Cancer Society Institutional Research Grant at the Moffitt Cancer Center. “Addressing Cervical Cancer Disparities among Hispanic Migrant Farmworkers: Exploring System-Level Factors Influencing HPV Vaccination.” PI: Cheryl Vamos.

2014-2015       Graduate Research Assistant, National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial (NIDCR) Research Grant. “Exploring Determinants to HPV-Related Oral Health Literacy among Dental Providers.” PI: Ellen Daley. 


2012-2015       Graduate Research Assistant, Center for Transdisciplinary Research on Women’s Health, Department of Community and Family Health, University of South Florida. Supervisors: Ellen Daley and Rita Debate.

2013-2014       Graduate Research Assistant, Ford Foundation Grant“An in-depth situational analysis of Florida county-level decisions in sexuality education programming: How does change happen at local levels?”. PIs: Ellen Daley and Eric Buhi.  


2012-2013       Graduate Research Assistant, National Science Foundation (NSF) Springboard Award 1125659/1125669. “The Devolution of Immigration Enforcement in the U.S. South and Its Impact on Newly Established Latino Communities.” PIs: Angela Stuesse and Matthew Coleman. 


2010-2012       Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Community and Family Health, University of South Florida. “Transforming Women’s Health: Exploring the Oral/Systemic Connection as a New Paradigm to Improve Women’s Health.”  PIs: Ellen Daley and Rita Debate.


2008                Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Anthropology, University of South Florida. Oral Health Literacy and Access to Dental Care for Migrant Families in the Greater Tampa Bay Region.  PI: Heide Castañeda.


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