New Report: Exploring Pathways to Completion by Field of Study for North Carolina Community College Transfer Students
“In both sections of the report, we focus on a transfer student’s pathway to bachelor’s degree completion, and we provide information about transfer student success at various points along this pathway.” In this new report, “Exploring Pathways to Completion by Field of Study for North Carolina Community College Transfer Students,” authors Andrea […]
Panelists Announced for 2021 Dallas Herring Lecture
NC State’s College of Education and Belk Center for Community College Leadership and Research announce Dr. Pamela Senegal, Lee D. Lambert, J.D. and Dr. Sunita “Sunny” Cooke as panelists for the 2021 Dallas Herring Lecture.
Broward College’s Gregory Adam Haile to Deliver 2021 Dallas Herring Lecture
NC State’s College of Education and Belk Center for Community College Leadership and Research are pleased to announce that Gregory Adam Haile, J.D., president of Broward College, will deliver the 2021 Dallas Herring Lecture.
New Research Brief by Jonathan E. Loss, Ed.D. on Recommendations to Revise the North Carolina Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (CAA)
Jonathan E. Loss, Ed.D., Belk Center Research Affiliate and Dean of Academics and Educational Opportunities at Catawba Valley Community College, has written a research brief that explores the amount of credit that North Carolina Community College System (NCCCS) students are able […]
New Journal Article by Belk Center Team Members on Providing Supportive Space for EdD Students’ Dissertation Progression through Weekly Online Writing Sessions
How can weekly online writing sessions support dissertation progress for EdD students? Belk Center team members, Laura G. Maldonado, J. Jordan Dolfi, James E. Bartlett, II, and Michelle E. Bartlett present the findings of a new study in Impacting Education: Journal on Transforming Professional Practice.
Envisioning Excellence to the Belk Center: How the College of Education Has Changed the Way Community College Leaders are Supported, Prepared
"Today, the Belk Center supports all 58 of North Carolina’s community colleges and is helping produce the next generation of community college leaders through the College of Education’s community college leadership doctoral program..."
New Report: The Impact of North Carolina’s Comprehensive Articulation Agreement Among Community College Transfer Students
In this new report on transfer, "The Differential Impacts of North Carolina’s Revised Comprehensive Articulation Agreement on the Outcomes of Black, Latin*, and White NCCCS-to-UNC-System Transfer Students," authors Melissa Whatley, Rachel Worsham, and Jonathan Loss examine the early impact of North Carolina’s revised (2014) Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (CAA) – designed to ease the transfer pathways between the North Carolina Community College System (NCCCS) and the University of North Carolina (UNC) System – and its impact on Black, Latin*, and white transfer students.
Community College Journal Spotlights NC State’s College of Ed Community College Leadership Programs
"NC State's program combines theory, research, and practice in striving toward equity, student success, development of internal culture and data-driven decision making. Modules offer practical leadership guidance taken, in part from an advisory board populated by experienced two-year administrators."
Viewpoints from College and Career Access Programs: New Report by Paul Schnorenberg, Greyson Norcross, Laura Maldonado, Patti Harris, Andrea DeSantis, and Sarah Deal
“In North Carolina, myFutureNC is working to ensure that by 2030, 2 million North Carolinians have a high-quality credential or postsecondary degree. This goal is necessary as only 1.6 million adults will meet the attainment definition in 2030, leaving a […]
New Research Brief by Dr. Sarah A. Deal on the Effect of the CTE Pathway on Community College Attainment
Sarah A. Deal, Ph.D., research affiliate at the Belk Center and 2020 graduate of the Educational Policy Leadership and Human Development Program, has written the final brief in a series that addresses the relationship between North Carolina’s dual enrollment program, Career and College Promise (CCP), and community college attainment in the state (read the first and second briefs).