Dr. Stacey Jackson, Professor/Caregiver, August 2022



Dr. Stacey Jackson, Professor/Caregiver, August 2022


Interviewee: Dr. Stacey M. Jackson
Interviewer: Andrew Beine
Date: August 18, 2022
Format: Video recording, Zoom
Location of interview: Eau Claire, Wisconsin
Transcriber: Andrew Beine
Additional Transcription Equipment used: Otter.ai
Project in association with: University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire


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Andrew Beine


Andrew Beine


Dr. Stacey Jackson, originally from Canada, is an assistant professor of psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire (UWEC), a counselor at the college’s counseling center, as well as a mother of two. During this interview, Dr. Jackson speaks to the various trials of being a busy university professor and counselor adapting to the digital climate all while raising a premature newborn and a preschooler at COVID’s outset. She also discusses the resources (or lack thereof) available to university employees regarding child care at UWEC’s Nature Academy, the child care center for students and faculty, as well as the changes she hopes to see in the future.

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