Northcentral Insights and Stories

CAVO blog
Jun 24 2020
Converting nearly everything to distance modalities and adapting services remotely have earnestly been popular topics in the age of COVID-19. Our society’s way of communicating might have changed forever as social distancing could be the new normal and wearing a face mask becoming part of our daily wardrobe.
Juneteenth - Freedom Day
Jun 17 2020
“... Oppressed so hard, they could not stand. Let my people go!”Sung by Louis ArmstrongWritten by Sy Oliver
Cynthia Akagi photo
Jun 11 2020
I teach at NCU because NCU has an excellent School of Education. Our School of Education offers more than 30 doctoral education specializations, making it easy for full-time educators to receive advanced degrees. I’ve taught at NCU since 2013 and I love teaching for NCU because I get to mentor educators across the U.S. and the world who are pursuing their doctorates. NCU truly cares about its students, faculty and staff.
Jun 2 2020
Annabelle Goowin, PhD, LMFT Director of Equity and Inclusion Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. said, “There comes a time when silence is betrayal.” Ibram X. Kendi said, “There is justice. There is injustice. There is no neutrality. No sideline. No bleachers. No exits.” We are all in this together, and when we see injustice, our humanity requires that we speak up.
Cottage Three Kids
May 27 2020
Celebrating Foster Families during National Foster Care Month My first job after graduating with a bachelor’s degree in human development and family studies was as a housemother for school-aged children living in a children’s home in Lubbock, Texas. This was my entrée into the messy world of the foster care system.