Monthly Archives: December 2014

Dr. Allen authors paper on addressing bullying and LGBTQ Youth

Dr. Kim Allen, Associate Professor and Extension Specialist in the Department of Youth, Family, and Community Sciences, recently published “Addressing the Issue: Bullying and LGBTQ Youth”. The article, published in the Journal of Youth Development, addresses the role in creating safe and inclusive environments for all youth, with specific attention paid to resources and strategies […]

YFCS Student Presentations Have International Flair

Impacts of the Department’s Family Life and Youth Development graduate programs are being experienced globally. In the Master’s course, FYD 500, students complete a 120-hour internship with a community organization. In July 2014, FYD student Tiffany Bradberry completed her capstone experience with a senior care facility in Antiqua, Guatemala. Tiffany graduated in December 2014 with a […]

YFCS Students Present Capstone Experiences

Eight Family Life and Youth Development Students presented findings from their FYD 500 Supervised Professional Experience course. Students all completed a planned program that included creating a needs assessment, designing, implementing, and evaluating a program at a partnering organization. Students that presented include: Shanelle Ebanks, Triangle YMCA, Raleigh, NC Tara Baker, Education for Successful Parenting […]