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 […]

Dr. DiAnne Borders, a faculty member in the Department of Counseling and Educational Development, has worked on an innovation project called the Clinical Supervision Research Collaborative (CSRC) for the last two years. Her goal was to enhance the quality and quantity of research being produced about clinical supervision as a method of training helping professionals. […]

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 […]

Earlier this Spring, fifth-grade students from Moss Street Partnership School traveled from Reidsville to record podcasts in UNC Greensboro’s University Teaching & Learning Commons (UTLC) recording studio to be entered into the NPR Student Podcast Challenge. The contest was open to students across the country in grades 5 through 12. UNC Greensboro was recently informed […]