Dr. Gay Ivey, the William E. Moran Distinguished Professor in Literacy in the Teacher Education and Higher Education Department, was recently featured on the Classroom Caffeine Podcast. In each episode of Classroom Caffeine, listeners hear from a leading education researcher or practitioner who shares what they want others to know about their work. Each conversation […]

The Coalition for Language and Culture (CDLC) is hosting a virtual event titled “Our Journey Into Sustaining Our Communities and Collaborations: a Dialogue with the Center for New North Carolinians (CNNC)” on October 27th. The CNNC promotes access and integration for immigrants and refugees in North Carolina by bridging newcomer populations with existing communities through […]

Jasmine L. Garland McKinney, second year CED doctoral student, has been selected to serve on the Planning Committee for an upcoming workshop: Exploring the Role of Health Professional Students and Trainees as Members of the Health Workforce. The Planning Committee was formed as part of the Global Forum on Innovation in Health Professional Education through the National Academies […]

Crisis and trauma surrounds us. And as counselors, we work with trauma among many of our clients – and typically do so from day 1 in trainee practicum and internship experiences. So what lends itself to developing crisis self-efficacy? That is just want two Department of Counseling and Educational Development (CED) students are seeking to […]

Dr. Jennifer Deaton received the 2021 ACES Research Grant award for the project titled, “Development and Validation Study of the Vicarious Post-traumatic Growth Inventory (VPTGI).” The study aims to further develop the VPTGI and establish a tool to support facilitating vicarious post-traumatic growth within supervision. This is the first award to support Dr. Deaton’s research team, M.O.R.E. […]