Mrs. Jacqueline McArthur

EDUCATION

  • Masters in Social Work, Florida State University, 1986
  • Bachelors in Social Work, Tuskegee University, 1984 

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

  • Instructor/Director of Field Instruction, Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, AL, 2004 - Present.
  • Instructor, Miami Dade Community College , Miami, Florida, 2003 - 2004. 
  • School Social Worker, Post –baccalaureate and post-master’s social work degree practice experience, Miami Dade County Public Schools, Miami, Florida, 1999 - 2004.
  • Case Manager, Miami Dade/Monroe WAGES Coalition, Miami, Florida, 1999 - 2000.

AWARDS, FELLOWSHIPS, GRANTS, AND RECOGNITIONS (Selected)

  • Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service (CSREES) Grant Youth Garden
  • Project/CAENS - provides resources to Youth Garden Project and After-school Program.

PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS (Selected)

  • Faculty and Library Partnerships, Workshop on Embedded Librarians, Alabama Library Association; College, University and Special Libraries Division, February 5, 2008.
  • "Blackboard: Benefits of Grade book" Curriculum Enhancement Workshop, Tuskegee.
  • University College of Veterinary Medicine, Nursing and Allied Health. June 2008.
  • The Technology Transfer Project, IBM Academic Initiative, December Professors Forum, Dec. 18, 2007.
  • The Technology Transfer Project, IBM Academic Initiative - Tuskegee – Technology Transfer Project- Presentation to Engineering, Computer Science, April 16, 2007.
  • Apple Computer Workshop - Dual Boot Systems Nov 1, 2007 Atlanta.
  • Apple Computer Workshop - iTunes U Deployment & Management Nov 2, 2007 - Atlanta.

PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS (Selected)

  • Youth Garden Project (Hard-cover Photo Essay Book) what’s growing on?
  • Chapter 3: Communicating Research Findings in a Web Site, in
  • Quantitative Problem-Solving Methods, F.A. Taylor, 2008 (NOT APPLICABLE)
  • Trends in Training College Faculty, Staff and Students in Computer Literacy. Primary Research Group, 2007. (Referred/Published)
  • Youth Gardening Impact on Youth Development: A Literature Review, for Coupling Informal and Formal Learning to Enhance Youth Performance and Interest in Agricultural, Environmental and Related Sciences and Community Development USDA/CSREES, 2007/2008. (Non-Refereed).
  • Gardening with Youth as a Means to Develop Science, Work and Life Skills. Jacqueline McArthur, Walter Hill, Carlton Morris, Tuskegee University,
  • Alabama Guy Trammel Tuskegee Safe Haven Project, Tuskegee, Alabama Children, Youth and Environments Vol. 20, No.1 (2010)

OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION

  • Director of Field Instruction-Internship Supervision Activities:
    • My duties include the following: Placement of junior and senior level social work students, coordinating with field sites in Montgomery, Auburn, Tuskegee and Union Springs.
    • Assessing field work experiences, maintaining records of all student and site-related documentation, and performing ongoing evaluation of all field sites.

PROFESSIONAL LECENSES AND CERTIFICATES

  • School Social Worker Miami Dade County Public Schools.