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.
Counselor Education Graduate Student Whitney McLaughlin Has Been Named a Finalist for Three Minute Thesis
Counselor education graduate student Whitney McLaughlin is one of 10 finalists competing for the 5th Annual Three Minute Thesis on Oct. 29. Finalists will compete for cash prizes as they share their research in just three minutes.
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.
Becoming the MAIN Man
Inspired by his own challenges and life experiences, Jasmin Spain ’12MED launched the Males Addressing Issues and Needs (MAIN) Initiative in Pitt County to provide young men of color with the resources and support they need to navigate the challenges unique to them in today’s society. The initiative provides mentoring, leadership programs, training in diversity, civil rights and sexual misconduct, and workshops on handling new careers, promotions and finances.
Don C. Locke Symposium Lecturer James L. Moore III on Helping African American Male Students to Achieve
African American male K-12 students are underrepresented in advanced academic courses and in gifted and talented programs, including in predominantly black school districts and even when there are black teachers of those courses, said James L. Moore III during his guest lecture at the Don C. Locke Symposium Thursday, March 21. Moore -- the vice provost for diversity and inclusion and chief diversity officer at The Ohio State University -- shared tips for those who work directly with African American male students on how to improve representation in advanced academic courses and in gifted and talented programs.
Baker, Nassar Receive American Counseling Association Fellows Awards
NC State College of Education professors Stan Baker and Sylvia Nassar will be recognized for their professional contributions at the American Counseling Association's national meeting in April.
Teaching Associate Professor Angie Smith Shares Tips for Instructors New to Online Learning in New Book
NC State College of Education Teaching Associate Professor Angie Smith talks about a new book she co-authored that provides on strategies and techniques for teaching the helping professions online.
Nassar Receives UNC-Greensboro’s Distinguished Scholar Award
Sylvia Nassar, a professor of counselor education in the NC State College of Education, has received the University of North Carolina at Greensboro’s Department of Counseling and Educational Development 2018 Distinguished Scholar Award in recognition of her dedication to excellence as a professional counselor.
Don C. Locke Multicultural and Social Justice Symposium
Join us in celebrating the life and achievements of Dr. Don C. Locke, Distinguished Professor Emeritus, with this new symposium and our inaugural speaker: Dr. Courtland Lee.
#WhyIChoseEducation: Jessica Mattie
Jessica Mattie picked NC State Education to pursue a degree in Counselor Education because of its counselor-first program curriculum. Read more.