Scholarship Applications Due December 1

CEAP Members to Present at NC-ACTE

Several people from our college will make presentations at the 29th Annual North Carolina Teacher Education Forum in Raleigh NC held later this week. The forum is a place for those in public and private universities in North Carolina to gather and discuss teacher education. Those presenting include James Taruasi and David McCord of Psychology; Dale Carpenter, Nancy Luke, and Carrie Rogers of the School of Teaching and Learning; Kurt Frederick and Janice Holt of TRACS; Kathleen Topolka-Jorissen of Human Services; and Renee Corbin, Director of Assessment.

Four Professors Receive Promotion and/or Tenure

Four professors in the college received promotion in academic rank and/or tenure this year.

  • Sharon Dole – promoted to professor
  • Kathleen Jorissen – received tenure and was promoted to associate professor
  • Phyllis Robertson – received tenure and was promoted to associate professor
  • Lori Unruh – received tenure and was promoted to associate professor

See the campus-wide list

College Reorganization Becomes Official July 1

The College of Education and Allied Professions has completed a planned reorganization, consolidating from five departments to three academic units. This change is effective as of July 1, 2011.

The School of Teaching and Learning houses Elementary Education, Middle Grades Education, Special Education, and all Secondary Education programs.

The Department of Human Services holds the programs in Birth-Kindergarten, College Student Personnel, Community College Administration, Counseling, the Doctor of Education, Human Resources, Parks and Recreation Management, and the Master’s of School Administration/Post Master’s Certificate in Public School Licensure.

The Department of Psychology has the bachelors and masters degrees in Psychology and the Specialist in School Psychology.

CEAP Faculty Selected as Honorary Inductees to Honor Society

Faculty, students test ‘energy mile’ theory in lab