CHASS Sponsors a Panel on Microaggressions in Everyday Life
November 14, from 4:30-6:00 p.m. in the Caldwell Lounge.
Moving from Parent Partner to Family Partner in California
“Counties are more open to family partners when [they] see it in action.”
Foster Youth and Education
This spring, the Center for Family and Community Engagement employed two NC State MSW students, Stephanie Batchelor and Olivia Reeser, and one Campbell law student, Magen Kite, to research methods for increasing the educational stability of youth in foster care.
Successful Five-Year Review!
The Center for Family and Community Engagement celebrated its five-year anniversary by successfully completing a university-required comprehensive evaluation. As Center Director, Dr. Joan Pennell, said, the review provided an “opportunity to assess the center’s achievement of its objectives and to […]
The center’s Claudia Kearney receives an NCSU Award for Excellence
The center's Claudia Kearney is one of only five employees to receive a University Award for Excellence in 2014.
Family Group Decision Making
Our center is deeply rooted in family group decision making. The director, Dr. Joan Pennell, originally coined this term to refer to putting families at the center of making plans over their lives. These plans widen the circle of supports […]
The Center Announces its July-December Training Schedule
The center announces the new family-centered practice training schedule for July to December 2014. To learn more about our training offerings you can go to our website and drill down through our Professional Training link for in-person and online training […]
The Center Hosts a Visiting Scholar
by: Stacy Comey We are excited to introduce Dr. Yan Li, a visiting research scholar from China. Dr. Li, and her daughter Andy, arrived in the U.S. in February 2014 and will be here until August 2014. The Center for […]
The Center for Family and Community Engagement Celebrates its Contributions to High-Impact Learning
by: Calista Wickert and Marianne Latz The center offers many opportunities and supports for students to engage in high-impact learning. These learning opportunities support students in completing degree requirements through internships and research work. Students from multiple disciplines; public and […]
May is National Foster Care Month
May is National Foster Care Month. This is a time to celebrate all the people involved in supporting children and youth in foster care.