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Nathalie P. Jones, PhD
Assistant Professor of Social Work
Contact Information
Email:njones@tarleton.edu
Office:Southwest Metroplex Center RM 580
Phone:817-717-3333

Go to Professional Website No Personal Website Available

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Courses Offered

Undergraduate
  • SOCW 3320 Service Learning ()
  • SOCW 3303 Social Work with Diverse Populations ()
  • SOCW 3306 Social Welfare Policy ()
  • SOCW 3316 Practice I ()
  • SOCW 3300 Methods and Skills of Interviewing ()
  • SOCW 3329 Human Behavior in the Social Environment I ()
  • SOCW 3339 Human Behavior in the Social Environment II ()
  • SOCW 3314 Social Work Research Methods ()
  • SOCW 4312 Practice II ()

Research and Scholarly Activities

Research Activities
  • Healthy Aging & The use of Technology in Higher Education
  • Hall, E. & Jones, N., (2014).11th Annual Excellence in Teaching Conference. Engaging to Effectively Educate Student Learners Through The Use of Progressive Technology. Tarleton State University.
  • Jones, N. (2014). Scholarship of Teaching & Learning. Social Media in Higher Education: Attitudes of Traditional and Nontraditional Social Work Learners. Tarleton State University.
  • Marshall-Jones, N. (2014). Perspectives of risks and resiliency among African American grandparents as custodial parents of their grandchildren. (Doctoral dissertation)
  • Edwards, A. & Jones, N., (2013).Texas Social Media Research Institute. Using Social Media in you Blended or Online courses. Tarleton State University, Ft. Worth, TX.
  • Edwards, A. & Jones, N., 2013 T-Bug Annual Conference. Using Blackboard in Blended or Online Courses. Texas Blackboard Users Group (T-Bug), San Antonio, Texas.
  • Jones, N (2014) . When Technology and Social Work assemble in Higher Education. (Guest Blogger) Retrieve from
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Professional Affiliations & Accreditations

  • Student Organization, Faculty Advisor, Student Social Work Association
  • Student Organization, Faculty Advisor, Student Social Work Association
  • Student Organization, Advisory Board, BOLD
  • Tarrant County Disproportionality and Disparities, Advisory Committee
  • Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
  • Working Women United, Inc.

Degrees

  • Ph.D., Human Services, Concentration: Social & Community Services, Capella University, Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • Master of Social Work, Barry University, Miami Shores, Florida
  • Bachelors of Science in Criminal Justice, Minor: Sociology, Tarleton State University, Stephenville, Texas

Graduate Group Memberships

    Nathalie P. Jones, PhD

    My professional interest includes: Healthy Aging & technology in Higher Education as they relate to scholarship of teaching and learning. Personal interest includes: Healthy Relationships and how they affect ones overall health.