Professor Sylvia Nassar Provides Recommendations for Multicultural and Social Justice Counseling as Guest Co-editor of Journal of Counseling and Development
Professor Sylvia Nassar’s experiences with discrimination as a child of immigrant parents was a contributing factor to her ultimate career as a counselor with a focus on multiculturalism and social justice. She recently expanded on that work as the guest co-editor of a special edition of the Journal of Counseling and Development.
Professor Sylvia Nassar Addresses Global Unemployment Issues Through Career Builders Toolkit Project
Over the course of 30 years working with issues related to career counseling, Professor Sylvia Nassar, Ph.D., realized that there were no uniform interventions to address the vast, worldwide problem of unemployment, particularly among younger populations. She has worked to address that issue through research that led to the development of the free Career Builders Toolkit.
Counseling and Counselor Education Doctoral Student Wesley Wade ‘23PHD Wins Chancellor’s Creating Community Award for Outstanding Staff
Wesley Wade ‘23PHD has received the Chancellor’s Creating Community Award for Outstanding Staff for his ability to go above and beyond to support students in his role at the Career Development Center. He will continue to provide support to many as a counselor when he graduates with a Ph.D. from the College of Education’s Counseling and Counselor Education program.
Clinical Mental Health Counseling Students Share Common Mental Health Struggles of COVID-19, Tips for Coping
The ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has been taking a toll on mental health. Clinical mental health counseling students Brent Michel ‘21MED and Jenny Deschler ‘20MED are sharing some of the most common struggles people are experiencing and offer tips for coping with the crisis.
Counselors and Educators Should Check-in With Students, Prioritize Mental Health and Well-being During Coronavirus (COVID-19) School Closures
K-12 students may be feeling increased stress and isolation as they remain home during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Adria Shipp Dunbar, Ph.D., says that it’s important that counselors and educators prioritize students’ mental health and help them to feel a continued sense of community.
Counseling Today: Managing the Culture of Breaking News
Adria Dunbar, Ph.D., assistant professor of counselor education at the NC State College of Education offers advice for counselors and their clients to control the way they interact with their social media news feeds.
Counselor Education Doctoral Student Felix Morton IV ‘23PHD Named 2020-2021 Chi Sigma Iota Leadership Fellow, Will Attend American Counseling Association Conference
Felix Morton IV ‘23PHD, a doctoral student in counseling and counselor education, was selected as a 2020-2021 Chi Sigma Iota Leadership Fellow, which allows him to attend the American Counseling Association (ACA) Conference and Expo in San Diego, Calif., April 15-19, 2020.
Graduate Student Speaker Greg Cheney ’19PHD: My Deep Desire is to Assist Combat Veterans’ Transition to a New Normal in Order for Them to Experience Life in a Fulfilling and Meaningful Way
Greg Cheney '19PHD will deliver the Charge to the Graduate Students during the NC State College of Education's December 2019 Graduation Ceremony. He has served as an Army Chaplain for the past 16 years and is a licensed marriage and family therapist.
iPad Minis, Mobile App Improve Efficiency of NC State’s Counselor Education Program
When the old model of supervising graduate students in the Counselor Education Program proved to be difficult, Assistant Professor Adria Shipp Dunbar developed a solution that resulted in a new app and iPad minis for students.
Meet Myshalae Jamerson-Euring: ‘I Want to be a Positive Force for Change’
Teaching Assistant Professor Myshalae Jamerson-Euring is one of several new faculty joining the NC State College of Education for the 2019-20 academic year.