Office: Old Main 326, Kutztown University
University of Pennsylvania, DSW; Marywood University, MSW; Cedar Crest College, BA
Dr. Gasker is a
Dr. Gasker is a generalist practitioner with
An active NASW member, she has been working in human services since 1984 and brings a great deal of
Recent Scholarship, Publication
Gasker, J. & Yu, J. (2014). Economic justice and the 2003-2010 recession: Lessons learned for social work. Advances in Applied Sociology, 4, 261-270.
Gasker, J. & Fischer, A. (2014). In search of overlapping consensus: Defining social justice for social work. The Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics, 11(1).
Gasker, J. (2014, November 7). Profession-in-Environment: The Relationship Between Social Work and Social Work Education. Keynote address at the annual PA National Association of Social Workers conference. Monroeville, PA.
Gasker, J. & Fischer, A. (2014, June 11). They never taught me how to teach: Evidence-informed curriculum design for teacher-scholars. International Interdisciplinary Social Science annual conference. Vancouver, Canada.
Gasker, J. (2012, November 13). Economic and Financial Literacy: What/When/Where/How in the Curriculum?
Gasker, J. (2012, March 15). BSW student financial literacy: Considerations for professional advocacy and personal survival.
Gasker, J., & Campbell-LeBarre, H. (2010). The elephant in the room: Understanding barriers to student articulation of diversity. Creative Education, 2, 69-74.
Gasker, J., & Vafeas, J. (2010). The family-in-environment: A new perspective on generalist social work practice. The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, 5(1), 291-304.
Gasker, J. (2005). Informing Curriculum, Instigating Social Change: A Community Forum for Program Renewal. Arete, 28(2), 82-93.
Gasker, J., & Vafeas, J. (2003).
Cascio, T., & Gasker, J. (2002). Navigating the social jungle: Using computer-mediated mentoring to enhance undergraduates’ professional identity. The Journal of Baccalaureate Social Work.
Cascio, T., & Gasker, J. (2001). Everyone has a shining side: Computer-mediated mentoring in social work education. Journal of Social Work Education, 37(2), 1-11.
Gasker, J., & Cascio, T. (2001). Women empowering women with computer-mediated interaction. Affilia, 16 (3), 295-313.
Gasker, J. A., & Cascio, T. (2000). Computer-mediated interaction: A tool for facilitating the educational helping relationship. The Journal of Baccalaureate Social Work, 5(2), 145-160.
Gasker, J. (1999, Spring). Ethical issues in technologically-enhanced education. Values Newsletter of the Faculty Professional Development Council of the State System of Higher Education, 6(2), 2-3.
Gasker, J. A., & Cascio, T. (1998). The “human factor:” Keeping relationship in technology-enhanced education via
Gasker, J. A. (1998). Computer-mediated interaction: Keeping human relationships in the technology-enhanced classroom. In Doug Cook (Ed.), Proceedings of the 1998 SSHE ‘Computing Across the Curriculum’ Conference. Shippensburg, PA: Shippensburg University.
Gasker, J. A., & Cascio, T. (1998). Building learning relationships via class listserves. In E. L. Krinsky & B. Krinsky (Eds.), Proceedings of the Twenty-Eighth Conference of the International Society for Exploring Teaching Alternatives (pp. 53-55).
Gasker, J. A. (1996). The making of a social work instructor: A qualitative