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NC State College of Education Assistant Professor Rolanda Mitchell

May 3, 2022

Rolanda Mitchell is Using Diversity, Equity and Inclusion To Help Build Strong Educational Systems in K-12 Schools and Higher Education

Rolanda Mitchell believes that diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) efforts are necessary because all students deserve to see someone who looks like them in education spaces and feel like higher… 

Apr 27, 2022

Adam Brandt ’22PHD: ‘Education Never Gets Old, and There’s Always Something New to Find’

Adam Brandt ’22PHD believes he will never be done learning. When he was hearing his master’s degree, he realized that he wanted to be like the faculty members he was learning from and thought it would be exciting to earn a terminal degree in his field.  

Sylvia Nassar, Ph.D., professor of Counselor Education at the NC State College of Education

Mar 21, 2022

Professor Sylvia Nassar Receives 2022 Alumni Association Outstanding Research Award

Professor Sylvia Nassar has been selected as a recipient of NC State’s 2022 Alumni Association Outstanding Research Award and will be inducted into the NC State Research Leadership Academy. 

NC State College of Education Assistant Teaching Professor Terri Tilford

Jan 5, 2022

Meet Assistant Teaching Professor Terri Tilford: ‘I Hope Students Learn From Me the Joy of Learning, How to Effectively Help Others and How to Identify and Develop Their Niche in Counseling’

Terri Tilford joined the NC State College of Education as an assistant teaching professor of counseling and counselor education in January 2022. 

NC State College of Education doctoral student Harley Locklear

Nov 3, 2021

Doctoral Student Harley Locklear is Advancing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Through Scholarship and Programming in School Counseling

As a member of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina, Harley Locklear has become hyper-aware of the inequities faced by his people and other minoritized groups regarding opportunity, access and resources since leaving his tribal territory. 

NC State College of Education Doctoral Student Carrie Mitran

Sep 17, 2021

Doctoral Student Carrie Mitran ’19MED ’21PHD Invited to Speak at Stanford Neurodiversity Summit Panel

After experiences with neurodiversity in her personal life, Carrie Mitran ’19MED ‘21PHD began doing a lot of self-driven research into mental health before enrolling in the College of Education to earn a master’s and doctoral degree. Now Mitran has been invited to share her work on neurodiversity at the annual Stanford Neurodiversity Summit on Nov. 9, 2021. 

Assistant Teaching Professor of Counseling and Counselor Education Elizabeth Vincent, Ph.D.

Aug 16, 2021

Meet Assistant Teaching Professor Elizabeth Vincent ’17PHD: ‘I View my Classroom as a Collaborative Learning Environment Where Every Person is Both a Learner and a Teacher’

Assistant Teaching Professor Elizabeth Vincent shares why she chose a career in counseling, what her research focuses on and why she chose the NC State College of Education. 

NC State College of Education graduate Briana Campbell ’21MED

May 3, 2021

Meet Briana Campbell ’21MED: ‘I Believe There is Power in Being Vulnerable and Sharing One’s Story’

Briana Campbell ’21MED has wanted to be a member of a helping profession for as long as she can remember, but she was ultimately drawn to counseling because of her passion for hearing other peoples’ stories and worldviews. She hopes to use her skills to expand counseling services to historically underserved communities when she graduates with a Master of Education in clinical mental health counseling in May 2021. 

NC State College of Education graduate Zakiya Futrell ’21MED

May 3, 2021

Meet Zakiya Futrell ’21MED: ‘I Knew That I Wanted to Help Those in Need and Clinical Mental Health Counseling Has Provided Me With the Avenue to Do So’

Zakiya Futrell ’21MED wants to become an advocate for mental health, particularly for people who are Black, Indigenous and people of color and those from low-income backgrounds, so she enrolled in the NC State College of Education where she will graduate with a Master of Education in clinical mental health counseling in May 2021. 

NC State College of Education Associate Teaching Professor Angie Smith, Ph.D. won the university's Outstanding Teaching Award

Apr 16, 2021

Associate Teaching Professor Angie Smith Receives NC State’s 2020-21 Outstanding Teacher Award

When NC State College of Education Associate Teaching Professor Angie Smith, Ph.D., was a little girl, she always dreamed she would one day be an educator, but she ended up taking a roundabout route into the profession. Now, her efforts as an educator are recognized as a recipient of NC State’s 2020-21 Outstanding Teacher Award.