Research Associate, LCSW PhD.
Bachelor's Degree(s): BA, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 1982
Master's Degree(s): MSW, Louisiana State University, 1990
PhD: Geography, Louisiana State University, 2014
Office: 215 Huey P. Long Field House
Aimee Moles spent 25 years in a hospital setting as a perinatal social worker and 15 years as a social work instructor for the LSU School of Social Work teaching both masters level and undergraduate courses across the curriculum. Courses have been taught both live and online. She recently completed a PhD in geography with an emphasis on GIS mapping of community health and wellbeing. Currently Aimee is a geospatial analyst for LSU OSSRD assisting with grant development and maintenance and she continues to teach social work courses for LSU.
Anny, H., Barthelemy, J.J., Burgess, A., Moles, A., Thomas-Smith, J., Walker, R. The Baton Rouge Area Violence Elimination (BRAVE) project. Presented at the LSU School of Social Work Conference. Baton Rouge, LA, April 2015