Area of research interest: suicide, GLBTQ, transgender and gender non-conforming (TGNC) people
Dissertation chair: Dr. Julie Cerel
-Graduate Instructor, University of Kentucky
Understanding Intimate Partner Violence, 3 semesters, 30 graduate students per section
Designed and sole-taught online course
-Undergraduate Instructor, University of Kentucky
Human Behavior and the Social Environment, 4 semesters, 25 undergraduates per section
Survey of Groups, 2 semesters, 20 undergraduates per section
Designed and sole-taught face-to-face courses
Peer Reviewed Presentations:
Snow, A., Cerel, J., Rodriguez-Roldan, V., Chaubal., N. & Martela., G. (2019). Surviving Stigma: Transgender Adults and Suicide Exposure. Paper presentation accepted for presentation at the annual Society for Research in Social Work (SSWR) conference. San Francisco, CA.
Snow, A., Cerel, J., Rodriguez-Roldan, V., Chaubal., N. & Martela., G. (2018). Speaking Out: Transgender Adults as Suicide Loss Survivors. Paper presented at the annual American Association of Suicidology conference. Washington D.C.
Snow, A. (2017). Exploring Precipitants to Suicide in LGB Adults. Poster presented at the annual American Association of Suicidology conference. Phoenix, AZ.
Snow, A. (2014): Measuring Outside the Lines: Assessing Creativity in the Classroom. Paper presentation at the annual Lilly Conference on College Teaching. Traverse City, MI.