Nominations for the MAS Award Now Open
Please consider nominating a faculty member for the SOE Mentoring, Advising and Supervising (MAS) Award!
Full-time tenured and untenured faculty (including lecturers, instructors, and clinical faculty) who have completed at least 3 years at UNCG are eligible for consideration for the Mentoring/Advising/Supervising Award. No person may receive a second award within 5 years.
Download award criteria and procedures here.
Gate City Writes Workshop
Gate City Writes Young Writers’ Camp
2017 National Conference for College Women Student Leaders
Professional Preparation Workshop
Defining the Faculty Role in Student Success Workshop
Undoing the Isms
The 1st Annual Emergent Voices in Evaluation (EViE) Conference
Friday, March 31, 2017
Hosted by the Educational Research Methodology Department at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Keynote speaker: Dr. Jennifer Greene, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
The 2017 theme is Broadening Voices in Evaluation, a focus intended to promote diversity and the novice evaluator’s dialogue, research, and practice. This conference will serve as a space where students with diverse backgrounds and experience can discuss theory and practice and share their unique work and studies.
Pre-Conference events (to be held on Thursday, March 30) include:
- Workshop: Dr. Jill Chouinard and Dr. Ayesha Boyce will lead a half-day workshop session on Culturally Responsive approaches to evaluation.
- Networking: The conference will also feature a pre-conference networking event.
Please join us for this graduate student-led regional conference for graduate students and new evaluators. Professors are also invited to attend. Presentation formats include paper presentations, poster presentations, and round table discussions.
The call for proposal is open until February 15.
For more information about the conference and call for proposals, please see evie2017.weebly.com.
FACULTY AND STUDENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Two CED alumni and one faculty member are authors of articles just published in the March 2017 issue of Counselor Education and Supervision:
- Gulsa Kemer and L. DiAnne Borders are coauthors (with Nedim Yel) of “Expert supervisors’ priorities when working with easy and challenging supervisees.”
- Jodi L. Tangen is author of “Attending to nuanced emotions: Fostering supervisees’ emotional awareness and complexity.”
CED faculty, students, and alumni are well represented in the April 2017 issue of Journal of Counseling and Development!
- Amanda L. Giordano, Craig S. Cashwell, and Kelly King are coauthors (with others) of “Collegiate sexual addiction: Exploring religious coping and attachment.”
- W. Bradley McKibben, Lindsey K. Umstead, and L. DiAnne Borders are the authors of “Identifying dynamics of counseling leadership: A content analysis study.”
- Sejal M. Barden is lead author of “A national survey on multicultural competence for professional counselors: A replication study.”
We would like to thank the Sara Smith Self Foundation for their gift of $25,000 to support the Luther Winborne Self Fellowship Fund. This marks the 25th anniversary of the scholarship which supports doctoral students demonstrating financial need in the School of Education.
We would also like to thank the J.M. Smucker Company, Tim Smucker, and Richard Smucker for $30,000 gift in support of the Haggai Academy. The J.M. Smucker Company and Tim and Richard Smucker have been long time supporters of the THA Foundation under the leadership of Tom Haggai. These gifts represent the completion of a commitment made to Dr. Haggai, but also a belief in the mission of the Haggai Academy. The Haggai Academy will provide financial and professional support to selected non-traditional students preparing to become licensed elementary school teachers as well as address the growing shortage of classroom teachers in other levels of education.