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- Counselor Education and Supervision Spring Newsletter
- Transfer Student Welcome and Orientation Information.
- Counseling Psychology Newsletter 2015
- Bear Hug Newsletter
- UNC graduate online education programs are ranked #13 by US News & World Report.
- Chi Sigma Iota Honor Society Fall Newsletter
- Dr. Elysia Clemens’ (Department of Applied Psychology and Counselor Education) research concerning children in foster care is discussed in the Denver Post.
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- New Master's of Arts in Teaching: Elementary Education Licensure International and American Cohort launched. View PDF brochure for program. All accepted international students will have a $1500.00 scholarship per year for two years.
- Psychology BA can be completed in 3 years
- Check out the CEBS Facebook page
- Denver Center for Urban Education in the News
- Educator Effectiveness (SB 191) Presentation powerpoint
- Scholarship Thank You (YouTube)
- UNC receives high marks in US News review
- Internationalizing Education
- UNC Collaborations with District 6 and Aims
- April 13-14: National Field Experience Conference
- April 27: Testimoniando: Testimonio as a Decolonial Literacy Practice for Marginalized Students
- March 30: Diversity and Equity Committee Brown Bag Session: "Deconstructing Your Lived Experience: Counter-narratives as Scholarly Discourse" Read More
- March 9—11: Higher Learning Commission Accreditation Visit; Read the UNC report
- August 21-23, Denver. DO IT Center Conference on Legal Interpreting
- Sept. 9. Visit to Campus by several School District Human Resources Directors to meet with Deans, faculty, and teacher candidates.