Dr. Lynn Sacco to Speak at Ron Morrow Lecture Series

Lynn SaccoDr. Lynn Sacco, University of Tennessee – Knoxville, will speak at the Ron Morrow Lecture Series on the topic “Act Like a Man: Easier Said Than Done…what it means to be a man and how nobody really knows what that means.” The presentation will be held Wed, Feb. 17, 5 pm, in Killian 102. Q&A session to follow. All are welcome.

Speaker to Present on Every Student Succeeds Act

CEAP Conceptual FrameworkDr. Lou Fabrizio will present on “The New Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) and What It Means for North Carolina” on Thursday, February 11, 4 pm, in Killian 102. Dr. Fabrizio is the Director of the Division of Data, Research and Federal Policy for the NC Department of Public Instruction.

Project WILD Workshop to be held December 5th

Project WILDTanya Poole will lead a Project WILD workshop on Saturday December 5 from 9-3:30 in Killian 102. The workshop is open to all interested educators. Project WILD is a wildlife-focused conservation education program for K-12 educators . Participants receive a K-12 curriculum and activity guide with integrated and student-centered lesson plans. Register at: https://goo.gl/A1Nngx  For more information, contact Patricia Bricker.

Break By the Lake Conference held Oct. 2

Brotherton DavisBreak By the Lake, an annual conference for Student Service Personnel organized by the Counseling faculty, was held October 2nd at Lake Logan Episcopal Center. Over 150 personnel attended from 10 different school districts for a wide variety of training sessions. The main presenters were Dale Brotherton, professor of counseling, and Jennifer Pharr Davis, current Appalachian Trail overall fastest time record holder.

Dr. Shankar-Brown Kicks Off CEAP Year of Diversity Activities

Bolden Speaks on Adult ADHD

BoldenJennifer Bolden, assistant professor and director of the Behavior and Learning Laboratory at the University of Tennessee, spoke at the Psychology Colloquium on Wed. April 15. Her topic was “Adult ADHD and Central Executive Processes: An examination of ADHD-related Central Executive Processes and Physiological Processes.”