Kate Pearce is a graduate student assistant working in Caswell County.
Over the past couple of months I have attended a couple of presentations to various campus working groups on the Community Campus Partnership. Through this “road show” I have met a number of faculty and staff interested in becoming involved in some capacity in Caswell County. Below is a partial list of interested parties. Stay tuned for more information on how UNC faculty are finding their niche in Caswell County.
- Dr. Bill Rohe, Department of City and Regional Planning- considering structuring his spring downtown revitalization class on downtown Yanceyville
- Dr. Suzanne Gulledge, UNC School of Education, Middle Grades Education- interested in learning more about the needs of Caswell County educators
- Dr. Dotty Holland, UNC Department of Anthropology- interested in local food systems in Caswell County
- Dr. Mark Dorsin, Senior Attorney in the Center for Civil Rights