Catherine Tucker, graduate of the School Counseling master’s program at UNC Greensboro School of Education (1994), recently published a book titled Counseling at the Beginning. Counseling at the Beginning is a thorough, practice-based guide for counselors who serve the mental health needs of very young children and their families. Chapters based on current developmental psychology research […]

What do a conflict resolution floor mat, a college search board game, and nature-based mindfulness meditations for college students have in common? All are innovations designed by UNC Greensboro School of Education (SOE) students who participated in Impact Through Innovation Kickbox (ITI) this spring. ITI seeks to make SOE faculty and students change agents by […]

Everyone’s favorite furry, blue, cookie-loving monster is coming to Guilford County this week! His love for cookies is simply summed up in his favorite quote: “C is for Cookies. That’s good enough for me.” However, Cookie Monster’s upcoming visits to Guilford County are to celebrate a local collaboration that leverages the simplicity and familiarity of […]

Congratulations to Dr. Kenneth Simington, doctoral alumnus of the Department of Counseling and Educational Development, on his appointment as Interim Superintendent of Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools beginning March 1. Dr. Simington has committed much of his professional career to Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools. He served as the Assistant Superintendent for Student Services and Chief Academic Officer prior […]