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Dr. Jacqueline Dozier would like to announce Ashley Hughes as the Recruitment Officer for Teacher Education. Ashley comes to SOE from Asheboro Schools where she served as an 8th grade AVID and Social Studies teacher. Ashley is an alum having completed both her undergraduate degree and Master of Arts in Teaching at UNCG.
We are excited to have her on board, and look forward to the work ahead!
Adobe Creative Cloud is now available to faculty, staff, and computer lab users.
Adobe Creative Cloud Now Available
Summer Safe Zone Sessions
Safe Zone Summit
Greetings from the Office of Intercultural Engagement!
I’d like to invite you to register for our Safe Zone Summit, happening on Tuesday, July 11th, 2017, from 9am-1:30pm in the Elliott University Center.
What is the Safe Zone Summit?
The Safe Zone Summit is a brand new initiative born from conversations within our LGBTQ+ Education Task Force, and is intended to provide an opportunity, outside of our standard Safe Zone Training, for faculty and staff to explore aspects of LGBTQ+ identity more deeply and meaningfully. Consider this an information-packed, build-your-own-adventure rest area on your journey of continuing education around gender, sexuality, and creating a more inclusive campus.
Who can attend?
The Safe Zone Summit is tailored to faculty and staff however, feel free to also invite graduate students that work in your department.
What will the day look like?
The Safe Zone Summit is scheduled to take place on Tuesday, July 11th, from 9am-1:30pm. The majority of the Summit will consist of three 45-minute time slots where attendees will be able to choose from two breakout topics that best fit their interest. We will close out our day with brief, guided group discussions. These groups are meant to provide space for processing what you’ve learned, and for considering how to best apply new strategies, skills, and knowledge in your daily work.
How do I register?
What else do I need to know?
Nothing! Simply mark your calendar for Tuesday, July 11th, 2017, from 9am-1:30pm, and expect an email from me at the beginning of July with more details. Until then, put on your learning pants and add another notch to that belt – because this is sure to be a day full of great information and important dialogue!
We appreciate your commitment to inclusion at UNC Greensboro, and look forward to engaging and learning alongside you during this important opportunity.
Learning Factory Maker Camps Registration Now Open
Gate City Writes Workshop
Gate City Writes Young Writers’ Camp
Diversity in Language & Culture Conference
FACULTY, STUDENT AND ALUMNI ACCOMPLISHMENTS
CED faculty and alumni were authors of articles just published in two ACA journals:
Drs. Jodi Tangen and L. DiAnne Borders are coauthors of “Applying information processing theory to supervision: An initial exploration,” in the June 2017 issue of Counselor Education and Supervision. In that same issue, Dr. Janee R. Avent Harris is first author of “Faith, race, and LGB affirmation: Experiences of African American counselors-in-training.
The July 2017 issue of Journal of Counseling & Development is a special issue on “traumatology.” It includes “posttraumatic stress disorder and emotion-focused coping among disaster mental health counselors” by Drs. Allison Marsh Pow and Craig S. Cashwell.
CED was well represented at the International Interdisciplinary Conference on Clinical Supervision by Dr. L. DiAnne Borders and alumni Drs. Tamarine Foreman, Gulsah Kemer, Edward Wahesh, and Laura Welfare. Drs. Borders, Kemer, and Welfare serve on the conference’s executive committee.
Congratulations, Dr. Pamela Williamson (SES), on her award from the US Department of Education (DOED) Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) for her project, “Project Teaching, Leading, and Collaborating (TLC): Serving Students with Significant Intellectual Disabilities, Including Autism.” Project TLC will recruit 32 high-quality, diverse elementary education teachers and prepare them with master’s degree, adapted curriculum licensure, National Board preparation, and leadership training to facilitate improved outcomes for students with Significant Intellectual Disabilities in least restrictive environments.
Congratulations, Dr. John Willse (ERM), on his award from Guilford County Schools for his project, “Accountability Support with Guilford County Schools.” Research services for Guilford County Schools will be provided by the Office of Assessment, Evaluation, and Research Services (OAERS) related to data analysis, data management, and report writing.