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 from a critical race perspective […]

Agile City, Winston-Salem, NC, recently announced the 9 winners of their Venture Winston Grants. Dr. Camila Pulgar Guzam from Salud Mental Health is part of the 25 finalists in Agile City’s inaugural program and has been selected as one of the $50,000 grant winners out of 1200 applications from 50 states and 22 countries.  Dr. […]

Mental health issues are on the rise among all ages. A new School of Education academy provides trauma-informed training to schools and our community. Last year, Arionna Wilkerson was part of the first cohort of UNC Greensboro master’s students placed in Rockingham County Schools to increase trauma-awareness. Now she works at RCS full time as […]

After four years working as an elementary school counselor, Ashley Smith returned to UNCG to pursue a PhD so she could teach the next generation of counselors. She persevered and found grace during her time as a Spartan.  For soon-to-be graduate Ashley Smith, the “G” in “UNCG” stands for grace. That’s the word she uses […]

The Department of Counseling and Educational Development (CED)’s North Carolina Academy for Stress Trauma and Resilience (NCA-STAR) releases its third podcast, one that is relevant to what a lot of individuals are experiencing — isolation and loneliness. The guest is Jacob Blackstock, who is completing his doctorate in the CED department at UNCG. In a […]