EdNC: Reducing Barriers for Community College Students Through Compassionate Virtual Mentoring
Carrol Warren, Ed.D., a teaching assistant professor with the NC State College of Education and faculty scholar at its Belk Center for Community College Leadership and Research, discusses how educators are planning to create a space for developing empathy through virtual mentorship.
EdNC: Here’s How the Belk Center Helped Community College Faculty Shift to Online Teaching During COVID-19
When COVID-19 hit, community colleges across North Carolina had not a moment to lose in moving thousands of students to online-only instruction. The Belk Center for Community College Leadership and Research at NC State immediately reached out to presidents and administrators to see how it could help, creating a series of webinars and support facilitated by Teaching Assistant Professor Michelle Bartlett, Ph.D., and Teaching Assistant Professor Carrol Warren, Ed.D.
Belk Center Offers Webinars, One-on-One Support for Community College Educators During COVID-19 Outbreak
With community college campuses across North Carolina temporarily closed to stop the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), community college educators must rapidly adapt to move their courses online. The Belk Center is providing support during this time of change through webinars, one-on-one support and a curated list of online resources.
New Executive Mentorship Program Demonstrates Leadership in Action
Through the development of the Executive Mentorship Program, NC State’s Adult and Community College Doctorate of Education program is exposing its students to leadership in action and preparing them for mid-level and senior leadership positions upon graduation.