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Faculty publications: March updates

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Blee, Lisa. (History). Framing Chief Leschi: Narratives and the Politics of Historical Justice. The University of North Carolina Press. March 2014.

Duke, Steven T. (Center for Global Programs and Studies). Forwards by Steven S. Reinemund (School of Business) & Ken Bouyer. Preparing to Study Abroad: Learning to Cross Cultures. Stylus Publishing. February 2014.

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Escott, Paul D. (History). Uncommonly Savage: Civil War and Remembrance in Spain and the United States. University Press of Florida. March 2014.

Garrison, Ray H., Eric W. Noreen, & Peter C. Brewer. (School of Business). Managerial Accounting, 15th ed. McGraw-Hill. January 2014.

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Johnston, Lucas F., & Whitney Bauman, Eds. (Religion). Science and Religion: One Planet, Many Possibilities. Routledge. February 2014.

Miller, Christian B. (Philosophy). Character and Moral Psychology. Oxford University Press. March 2014.

Newsome, Deborah W., & Samuel T. Gladding (Counseling). Clinical Mental Health Counseling in Community and Agency Settings, 4th ed. Pearson. July 2013.

Yamane, David. (Sociology). Becoming Catholic: Finding Rome in the American Religious Landscape. Oxford University Press. February 2014.

Gladding to deliver Poteat Lecture on arts and mental health

Sam GladdingSamuel Gladding, chair and professor of counseling, will deliver the Hubert McNeill Poteat Lecture and receive the 2014 Poteat Lecture award in recognition of his research and scholarship.

Gladding’s interactive presentation, “Beyond Active Listening: Creativity, the Arts and Positive Mental Health,” will be held on Mon., March 3 at 4 p.m. in the Kulynych Auditorium at the Porter Byrum Welcome Center.

“From the ancient Egyptians to the Elizabethans to now, I’ll be discussing how people throughout history have used creative processes and the arts to promote positive mental health,” Gladding said. He will provide an overview of the latest research on the arts and psychological health, as well as share examples of writers and artists, such as William Styron and Norman Cousins, who have used creativity and humor to “gain and regain health and wellness.”

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January 2014 comings and goings

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Gladding receives UNC-G Distinguished Alumni Award

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The School of Health and Human Sciences at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro recently announced that Sam Gladding (PhD ’77), chair and professor in Wake Forest’s Department of Counseling, has been selected as the recipient of its highest honor, the Distinguished Alumni Award.

“Recognition is always nice but it is humbling as well as gratifying. This honor surprised and pleased me. It is not something I ever expected. I like to think I do what I do because it is helpful to others, betters their lives, and in the process brings me joy.”

The award recognizes persons who have attained national and international stature through their achievements in teaching, scholarship and service.

Gladding is also the author of a new book, “Counseling Theories for Human Services Practitioners.” (Pearson, 2014).

October 2013 comings & goings

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Comings

Ackley, Emily Reed; Water Fitness Instructor; Campus Recreation

Bartnikowski, Vicki S.; Group Fitness Instructor; Fitness Center

Beverly, Randall Lee; Service Technician I; Facilities & Campus Services

Bittle, Emily Geraldine; Postdoctoral Research Assoc; Physics

Brasfield, Jon-Michael; Adjunct; Counseling

Chandler, David Oliver; Asst Athletic Trainer; Athletics

DeLisle, Timothy Paul; Tutor; Athletics

Deppen, Katelyn; Turf Technician I; Athletics

Earl, Donte M.; Security Officer; University Police

Hamilton, Joanna Kate; Administrative Assistant; Economics

Hathaway, Stephanie Renee; Research Technician; Biology

Henderson, Diana Lynn; Communications Officer; University Police

Jones, Roslyn Lynnelle; Event Manager; School of Business

Kirkland, Latoya Nicole; Lobby Attendant (Part-Time); Graylyn

Maher, Meghan Elizabeth; Assistant Collections Manager; Reynolda House

McHenry, Whitney Taylar; Server (Part-Time); Graylyn

McNett, Elyse; Asst Dir, Employer Development; School of Business

Messenkopf, Peggy Lantz; Accounting Assistant; Athletics

Newman, George Bryant; Operations & Engineering Mgr; WFDD Radio

Nolan, Elizabeth Burnette; Director, Faculty Affairs; School of Business

O’Brien, Carrie Elizabeth; Intl Std Advisor-Immigration; Int’l Students & Scholars

Pardy, Patrick Paul; Community Liaison/Prog. Coord.; Romance Languages

Scheidt, Joy Truluck; Assist Dir of Law Development; Advancement

Sides, Christian Vaughn; Laundry Attendant; Graylyn

Slater, Kourtney Desiree; Administrative Assistant; University Pky/Polo Road

Sloop, Eric Shane; Service Technician Level 1; Facilities & Campus Services

Smith, John W; Security Officer; University Police

Sparrow, Dane Brian; Videographer, Women’s Basketball; Athletics

Spreng, Richard Alan; Adjunct; School of Business

Terry, Joshua Obrian; Warehouse Assistant; ZSR Library

Thomasson, Darin Kent; Service Technician Level II; Facilities & Campus Services

Thompson, Katie Potts; Adjunct; Counseling

Wang, Yucheng; LL.M Teaching Assistant; School of Law

White, John G.; Director Enroll Mgmt MBA Prog; School of Business

Wilcox, Ashley May; Program Assistant; Graduate School

Young, Craig Alan; Service Technician II; Facilities & Campus Services

Goings

Adams, Ruth Ella; Facilities & Campus Services

Arnette, Gail Elizabeth; Financial & Accounting Service

Brown, Kristy Lauren; Campus Recreation

Buck, Brittany Nicole; Athletics: Administration

Chen, Yonghua; Physics

Jones, Jennifer; Advancement

Smith, Baylee Dawn; Procurement Services

Tindel, Amy Renee; School of Business

VanSice, Joanne; Economics

Vientos, John Graham; Information Systems

White, Edmund Taylor; School of Law

Gladding makes training video at ACA conference

Sam GladdingAlexander Street Press and the American Counseling Association (ACA) just released a video of  Sam Gladding, chair and professor of counseling, conducting a 90-minute group counseling session before a live audience at last year’s ACA conference in Cincinnati. The video is titled “Promoting Growth within a Group: Performing in the Here and Now.” This is the sixth training video Gladding has made for ASP, and it will be available as part of the ASP streaming service in the Z. Smith Reynolds Library.

Gladding was assisted by four members of the Wake Forest counseling department: Jose Villalba, Nathaniel Ivers, Brian Calhoun, and Pamela Karr.

“I live in a great department with supportive and cooperative members,” Gladding said. “I am pleased with how the group demonstration went, how the film turned out, and with the wonderful behavior of my colleagues. There was no script, so everything was unrehearsed and ‘live.’”

August 2013 comings and goings

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July 2013 comings and goings

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July 2013 faculty milestones

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July 2013 staff milestones

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