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In the College of Education and Allied Professions (CEAP), we are all about making a difference in the lives of others. We endeavor to develop #changemakers who impact the region as educators, administrators, and other professions, both in schools and other professional community settings.

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Dr. Andrew Bobilya Serves as Guest Lecturer at Clemson University

Professor of Experiential and Outdoor Education and Parks and Recreation Management recently served as a guest lecturer in two face-to-face graduate courses at Clemson University.   

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Catamount faculty to lead students abroad in Kenya

Catamount faculty members Pam Buskey and Melissa Faetz are packing their bags to take a trip to Kenya alongside education students from Oct. 7 - 22.  

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CEAP Emeritus Professor and TCS Teachers Collaborate in New Book

Emeritus Professor Dr. Dave Strahan Publishes New Book That Includes a Chapter Co-authored by Two Catamount School Teachers  

Dr. Rob Jackson

Dr. Rob Jackson Named New Buncombe County Superintendent

CEAP Alumnus Dr. Rob Jackson has been named the new Superintendent of Schools for Buncombe County.  

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Youth Mental Health First Aid Certification opportunity for WCU Community

WCU is sponsoring an exciting training opportunity for campus faculty, staff, students, and community partners.   

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STL’s Dr. Roya Scales has been selected for the A.B. Herr Award by ALER

Dr. Roya Scales has been selected for the A.B. Herr Award from the Association of Literacy Educators and Researchers.  

Dr. Jamie Johnson

CEAP Alumna Dr. Jamie Johnson Named 2023 BCS Principal of the Year

Alumna from our Ed.D. program has been named the Buncombe County Schools Principal of the Year for 2023.  

Caitlin Lambert

CEAP Alumna Caitlin Lambert Named 2022 NCACTE Student Teacher of the Year

Congratulation to Caitlin Lambert winner of the 2022 NCACTE Student Teacher of the Year  

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Teacher Education Wins Frank Murray Recognition

Teacher Education Programs at WCU win the Frank Murray Leadership Recognition for Continuous Improvement  

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