UNCG Campus Weekly

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Campus People: December 1, 2010

012010CampusPeopleGraphicFeatured this week: Dr. Craig Cashwell – Dr. K. Porter Aichele – Dr. Marianne LeGreco – Justin Maullin

120110CampusPeople_CashwellDr. Craig Cashwell (Counseling and Educational Development) and CED alumna Page Bentley-Greason received the 2010 ACES award for Outstanding Counselor Education and Supervision Article for their work titled “Mindfulness and Counseling Self-Efficacy: The Mediating Role of Attention and Empathy.” The award was presented at the regional ACES conference in October.

120110CampusPeople_AicheleDr. K. Porter Aichele (Art) has received one of two annual awards for excellence in scholarly research and publication from the Southeast College Art Conference (SECAC). She won for her book, “Paul Klee: Painter/Poet.” Jurors commented that the work is “thorough and expansive,” “meticulously researched” and “reflects a deep understanding of multi-talented artists.” Founded in 1942, SECAC is a national non-profit organization devoted to the promotion of visual art education, history, theory, design and studio practice in higher education.

120110CampusPeople_LeGrecoDr. Marianne LeGreco (Communication Studies) has received the 2010 Best Article Award from the Ethnography Division of the National Communication Association for “Discourse Tracing as Qualitative Practice.” Since appearing in the November 2009 issue of the journal Qualitative Inquiry, the article has remained among the journal’s most-read. It presents the qualitative research method of discourse tracing, focusing on the critical and applied analysis of discourse across a wide range of practices. “Well written and clearly explained,” one reviewer wrote. “It lays out a precise method for textual analysis. An important contribution to the discussion of ethnographic methods.”

120110CampusPeople_MaullinJustin Maullin (Athletics) has been appointed head coach of the men’s soccer program on a full-time basis after holding the title on an interim basis. Under Maullin this season, the team compiled a mark of 12-6-4, winning the Southern Conference’s tournament title and gaining a share of the regular season title. The Spartans won their sixth SoCon regular season title this season. Maullin was voted SoCon men’s soccer Coach of the Year, the first rookie head coach in the 22-year history of the conference tournament to claim that title.