Dr. Gladding appears on TWC News Channel 14 Greensboro

Posted on: November 6, 2014

Dr. Gladding was interviewed for a television news segment on the relationship between politics and friendship.  He says there is a way to preserve your personal relationships, whether your favorite candidate recently won or lost an election. If the other person really is your friend, put your friendship first, your politics a distant second. Dr. […]

ACA names National Award after Dr. Sam Gladding

Posted on: August 21, 2014

The American Counseling Association (ACA) the world’s largest association  representing professional counselors in various practice settings with over 55,000 members, has set up a new award in honor of Professor of Counseling Samuel T. Gladding (’67, MAEd ’71). The award will be called the Samuel T. Gladding Unsung Heroes Award and will recognize professional counseling […]

Department of Counseling moves to Carswell Hall

Posted on: August 11, 2014

The department is now located on the second floor of Carswell Hall.   All of our faculty members have offices in the same building now, and we are very happy about that! We are settling in to our new space, and invite you to stop by and say hello next time you are on campus! […]

Dr. Gladding receives Hatch Prize for Academic Excellence

Posted on: July 22, 2014

                    Dr. Sam Gladding is the 2014 recipient of the Nathan and Julie Hatch Prize for Academic Excellence. Dr. Gladding was chosen for the award from a pool of eligible faculty from the undergraduate college, ZSR library, the School of Business, the Divinity school, the Medical […]

Dr. Debbie Newsome receives Faculty Excellence Award at Hooding Ceremony 2014

Posted on: May 23, 2014

The Graduate Student Association Faculty Excellence Award for 2014 was presented to Associate Professor Dr. Debbie Newsome on May 17, 2014, during the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Hooding and Awards ceremony.  This award is presented to the faculty member whom the Graduate Student Association selects as having done the most to promote excellence […]

Dr. Samuel Gladding’s Poteat Lecture–Link to slides

Posted on: April 29, 2014

Dr. Samuel Gladding presented the 2014 Poteat lecture at Wake Forest University. The Poteat Lecture Series was established in honor of Hubert McNeill Poteat (’06), professor of Latin and head of the classics department at Wake Forest College for 44 years. The Poteat Lecture Series recognizes and showcases the scholarship accomplishments of Wake Forest college […]

Dr. Gladding receives the 2014 Distinguished Alumni Award from UNCG

Posted on: February 17, 2014

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 Distinguished Alumni Award. This award is the highest honor given by the School of Health and Human […]

College to Career series mentioned in ‘Teen Vogue’ Magazine

Posted on: December 13, 2013

At Wake Forest University, you don’t even have to step into the career services office to benefit from its resources—career education is integrated into some of the classes. Part of a $10 million campaign to better prepare its liberal arts students for life after college, Wake Forest asked professors in traditional academic areas like history […]

Afternoon at the improv–Theatre students and Counseling students collaborate to refine their skills

Posted on: November 21, 2013

Taking on roles has taken on new meaning for a group of theatre students helping to train counseling students.  In practice counseling sessions in Tribble Hall classrooms, undergraduate theatre students act as clients for students in the graduate counseling program. The Interdisciplinary Performance and the Liberal Arts Center (IPLACe) funded initiative is led by Dr. Phil […]

University Spotlight: Wake Forest University

Posted on: November 20, 2013

The Wake Forest University Department of Counseling continues to uphold the tradition it has had since 1968 of training counselors with a focus on excellence and the service to  others, while remaining progressive in-program development. The on-campus program maintains CACREP accredited clinical mental health and school counseling tracks. In 2012, the counseling department initiated its […]