Jill Hoxmeier

Jill C. Hoxmeier, PhD, MPH

Jill C. Hoxmeier, PhD, MPH


Corvallis, OR
United States

Curriculum Vitae

Academic interests

Dr. Hoxmeier’s research focuses on understanding college students’ experiences as bystanders to sexual violence risk situations, including psychosocial influences on prosocial intervention behavior and engagement in initiatives aimed to promote intervention actions. Her work aims to investigate whether, and how, bystander-based prevention models align with primary prevention for violence. Her academic and teaching interests include health promotion program planning and evaluation, theories of health behavior, health policy, and sexual and women’s health issues.


PhD in Public Health, June 2015

Concentration in Health Promotion and Health Behavior
College of Public Health and Human Sciences; Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR

Masters of Public Health, May 2012

Concentration in Community Health Education, Minor in U.S. Mexico Border Health
College of Health and Human Services; New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM

Bachelor of Science in Journalism, June 2004

Concentration in Public Relations
School of Journalism and Communication; University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon


Bystander Intervention for Sexual Violence Prevention: Opportunities and Challenges for Developing a More Nuanced Approach for Measuring Students’ Experiences

This presentation highlights several of Dr. Hoxmeier's studies that uncover the challenges and opportunities for capturing students' experiences as bystanders to sexual violence.