Brad Shugoll is the Associate Director of Service & Leadership in the Office of Civic & Community Engagement and Adjunct Instructor in the Department of Education. He oversees direct service, civic leadership, and service traditions on campus. This includes Campus Kitchen, the Brian Piccolo Cancer Research Fund and Project Pumpkin. Through his work, Brad connects students to meaningful service opportunities in the Winston-Salem area. His scholarly interests include college student development, the role of higher education in service to community and food insecurity. He is actively engaged in the Winston-Salem community and serves on the board of a local non-profit, Humane Solution, which promotes animal welfare.
M.A., University of Michigan, 2015
B.S., Wake Forest University, 2013
EDU 103B: Participating in Community Engagement
Shugoll, B. (2017, April) Mentoring and civic identity: The importance of intentional relationships to retain and develop student leadership. Session presentation at the annual meeting of the International Mentoring Association (IMA), Wilmington, NC.
Shugoll, B., and Magjuka, M, (2014, March) The talk we use to teach ourselves: Deliberative dialogue as a tool for democratic engagement. Session presentation at Annual Conference of the National Association of Student Personal Administrators (NASPA), Baltimore, MD.