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									                                  CURRICULUM VITA


NAME Kathryn Cage Jones


ADDRESS, PHONE, AND EMAIL                     Curriculum and Instruction
                                              Southern University A & M College
                                              Therapeutic Recreation and Leisure
                                              Studies
                                              College of Education
                                              P.O. Box 9983
                                              Baton Rouge, La 70813-9759

                                              Phone:        225-771-4573
                                              E-mail:       Kathryn_jones@subr.edu


FORMAL EDUCATION

       UNDERGRADUATE-                                B.S., 1974-1977
                                                     Dept. of Recreation
                                                     Southern University A&M College

       GRADUATE (MASTERS)-                           33 hours 1982-1984
                                                     Public Administration of Recreation
                                                     Temple University

                                                     M.S., 1994-1996
                                                     HPER
                                                     Southern University A&M College


       GRADUATE (DOCTORATE)-                         Ph.D., 2001-2006
                                                     Human Services
                                                     Health Care Administration
                                                     Capella University

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

Assistant Professor,   2006-Present
Health Physical Education and Recreation
Southern University and A&M College
Baton Rouge, La

Instructor (Adjunct), 2005-2006
Department of Health Physical Education and Recreation
Southern University and A&M College
Baton Rouge, La


CERTIFICATION STATUS

Certified as a Therapeutic Recreation Specialist by the National Council for Therapeutic
Recreation Certification. Expiration date is December 2011

Dementia Practice Guidelines by the American Therapeutic Recreation Association Certificate.
Expires February 2015

QUALITY MATTERS PROGRAM, On Line Course Development, No Expiration

Online Teaching Southern University and A&M College No Expiration



AWARDS AND HONORS

Gift of Time from the American Therapeutic Recreation Association 2010

Certificate of Appreciation for Services Mt. Bethel Missionary B.C. 2010

Tashia Hamilton Appreciation for Community Service 2009

Certificate of Appreciation for Services Mt. Bethel Missionary B.C. 2009

Certificate of Appreciation Elderly Program /Alsen Community Center BREC 2009

Recognition of Attendance Electronic Proposal Preparation and Submission Workshop 2008

Appreciation for serving on Writing Committee for National CTRS Examination 2008

Acknowledgement for participation as an Item Writer For NCTRC Prometric 2008

Appreciation of Time Louisiana Recreation and Parks Association 2007

Appreciation of Time Therapeutic Recreation Symposium for the Southwest 2007




GRADUATE STUDENTS' SUPERVISORY COMMITTEES

MAJOR ADVISOR:

Chasity, Smith, “Leisure Education: A literature Review of its Impact on Individuals with Substance
Addiction”. Unpublished Capstone Project, Southern University A & M College, 2010
Christal, Carroll “Added Value? Recreational Therapist Role as a Treatment Team
Member”, Unpublished capstone project, Southern University A & M College, 2009

Wyskeish Richard, “Gentle Touch: The Therapeutic use of Pets in Therapeutic Recreation
Sessions”. Southern University A & M College Unpublished Capstone Project, 2009




PUBLICATIONS

       REFEREED ARTICLES

Kathryn C. Jones. Connection of Leisure and Education for Life’s Sustainability. In
Progress.




PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

2010 American Therapeutic Recreation Association mid yr. Conference Planning
committee

2009 Alzheimer’s Services of the Capital Area Speakers Bureau

2008 Item Writing Committee for the Nation Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist
Examination

2008 The Higher Learning Commission Peer reviewer for the Academic Quality
Improvement Program (AQIP)

2007 Job Analysis Study Committee National Council for Therapeutic Recreation
Certification




UNIVERSITY SERVICES

On line Teaching Southern University and A&M College, 2010

Grant Writing Boot Camp, Southern University and A&M College, 2009

Initiated local celebration of 2007 National Therapeutic Recreation Week
Initiated the development and provided consultation for the construction of departmental
web site.

Public Relations Committee in College of Education, initiating program to recognize
professional national celebrations.



GRANTS


January 2010 applied to Enbridge Gasline Company for grant to provide Leisure
engagement,


December 2008 applied National Institute of Health, Interventions to Remediate Age-
related Cognitive Decline (R01).


In 2007 received community involvement grant from CVS pharmacy that will focused on
creating a learning environment to help graduate and undergraduate college student move
from the theoretical to the practical in working with the disabled.


CONFERENCES:

February 2010 American Association of Colleges and Universities
Attended

February 2010, American Therapeutic Recreation Association Mid year. Conference
Presented: Pychoneuroimmunololgy and Therapeutic Recreation

February 2008, American Association of Colleges and Universities
Attended

January 2007, Louisiana Recreation and Parks Association
Presented: Starting All Over With Games The focus of the session was on the state of
play in America, traditional games and re-motivational techniques to be used to re-
institute traditional games into play .

March 2007 Therapeutic Recreation Symposium for the Southwest
Starting Over Again With Games: Therapeutic Uses what is the state of play today?
Discussed the benefits and types of games historically engaged in, motivational
techniques to re-institute forgotten games.

								
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