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S Anandavalli, CED Alumni, receives Outstanding Research Award

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The Department of Counseling and Educational Development (CED) alumni, Dr. S Anandavalli, will receive the 2022 Outstanding Research Award from Chi Sigma Iota International, the Counseling Academic and Professional Honor Society, for her open access publication, “’Because here, White is right’: Mental health experiences of international graduate students of color … Continued

PPEERS Awarded the UCEA Exemplary Educational Leadership Preparation Program Award

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The University Council of Educational Administration (UCEA) has presented its 2021 UCEA Exemplary Educational Leadership Program (EELP) Award to the Principal Preparation for Excellence and Equity in Rural Schools (PPEERS) program at the UNC Greensboro. The EELP Award celebrates exemplary programs that model, catalyze, and support ongoing program improvement in … Continued

Dr. Jon Henner (SES) receives Early Promising Scholar 2022 Award

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Congratulations to Dr. Jon Henner!  He has been selected to receive the Early Promising Scholar 2022 Award from the Association of College Educators-Deaf and Hard of Hearing.  The Association of College Educators-Deaf and Hard of Hearing (ACE-DHH) is a unified body of colleagues who prepare future professionals in the Deaf … Continued

Dr. Micheline Chalhoub-Deville Receives Charles Ferguson Award

We are pleased to share that the Center for Applied Linguistics has announced that Dr. Micheline Chalhoub-Deville (ERM) will receive the 2022 Charles A. Ferguson Award for Outstanding Scholarship. She will be presented the award at an online event on Thursday, March 24 during TESOL 2022.  The message below was sent out … Continued

CED and NCA-STAR led suicide prevention training for K-12 educators

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K-12 teachers and staff are faced with so many mental health concerns and trauma experienced among their students on a daily basis. The pandemic has only exacerbated the prevalence of challenges faced by students, the presence of mental health in the classroom for teachers, and the prevalence of suicidal behaviors … Continued

IPiE Website Launches

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We are pleased to announce the formal publishing of the Institute for Partnerships in Education (IPiE) website ipie.uncg.edu. IPiE brings together educators, leaders, and communities to advance equity and improve educational practice. […]

Brittany Gerringer, CED Doctoral Student, receives research grant

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Brittany Gerringer, 3rd year doctoral student in the Department of Counseling and Educational Development, received the Chi Sigma Iota Excellence in Counseling Research Grant for her proposal entitled: “Training Competent Counselors for EveryBODY: The Impact of a Health at Every Size Training on Weight Bias and Its Relationship to Multicultural Competence.” This … Continued

Small Steps, Big Impact | EDI in the classroom Podcast

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UNC Greensboro strives to create safe and inclusive environments in our classrooms including, but not limited to, all ethnicities, racial backgrounds, religions, ability status, socioeconomic backgrounds, first-generation status, sexuality, and gender identities. Equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) are our core values as an institution, but we must continue the conversations … Continued

Kervins Clement, CED Doctoral Student, receives Empowerment Scholarship

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Kervins Clement, a 3rd year doctoral student in the Department of Counseling and Educational Development, received the 2021-2022 Empowerment Scholarship from the International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals. Kervins’ goal is to provide training, outreach, and effective services to individuals who struggle with sexual compulsive behavior. With a goal to … Continued