Dr. Jacqueline Trask

Education:

PhD, 2013, Social Work - University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Dissertation Title:  Long-term survival among individuals diagnosed with end stage renal disease: An exploratory study

MSW, 2002, Social Work, Clark Atlanta University, Atlanta, Georgia

BSW, 1990, Social Work, Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville, Alabama

Professional License:

Alabama: Licensed Graduate Social Worker, License # 1725G

Georgia: Licensed Master Social Worker, License # MSW003237

Teaching Experience:

2014 – Present

Assistant Professor, Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville, AL

Courses Taught              

SW 380: Human Behavior and the Social Environment I, SW 390: Social Work Practice I, SW 335: Social Work in Healthcare, SW 370: Aging and Human Development

2005 - 2009                  

Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Courses Taught

SW 100: Introduction to the Fields of Social Work Practice, SW 210: Family and Child Welfare, SW 351: Oppression and Social Injustice, SW 411: Human Behavior and the Social Environment I

Research Experience:

2013                             

Dissertation Research

Long-term survival among individuals diagnosed with end stage renal disease: An exploratory study.  Dissertation Chair: Dr. Ellen L. Csikai

2006 - 2009                   

Graduate Research Assistant

Helping Older People Age Successfully (HOPES Project), University of Alabama School of Social Work, Grant Funded Research, Principle Investigator: Dr. Allan Kaufman

2006                             

Graduate Research Assistant

The impact or cultural and discrimination on the health care experiences of older African American, University of Alabama School of Social Work, Grant Funded Research, Principle Investigator: Dr. Shadi Martin

2001 - 2002                  

Graduate Research Fellow

The Neighborhood Initiative Program (NIP), A community block grant form the city of Atlanta and the Fulton County Department of Human Resources, Clark Atlanta University School of Social Work, Principle Investigator: Dr. Margaret Count-Spriggs

 
Jacksonville State University 

Jacksonville State University
Jacksonville, Alabama 36265
256-782-5621
jtwilliams@jsu.edu