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At the UNCG School of Education, the difference you will make in others starts with the difference we will make in you. As a member of our highly engaged and caring community of students and faculty, you will grow through experiential opportunities that bring what you learn to life and help you envision how to bring about positive change. Here, students become much-needed advocates and leaders in the field because they understand their ability to make an impact and they have the hands-on learning experiences that let them put their passion to work.



  • SOE News: 4-27-16 - ANNOUNCEMENTS Serve on the SOE International Committee Anyone interested in serving on the SOE International Committee is welcome to join for the 2016-17 school year. Please email Ye (Jane) He at y_he@uncg.edu for more information. Committee members include faculty, staff and students interested in SOE internationalization efforts.   Faculty and Staff Discounts at Bookstore In […]
  • ERM Students and Faculty Team Up With Wake Forest University Faculty to Enter Data Visualization Competition; Chosen for Cover of Journal in 2017 - ERM students Yanyan Fu and Tyler Strachan entered a competition sponsored by the National Council on Measurement in Education (NCME) and the journal Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice. The graphic/data visualization competition is hosted every year in an effort to encourage innovation in data visualization techniques. Their graph, “Conditional Means of Two-Dimensional Latent Abilities Given […]
  • ERM Student Tackles UNCG’s Silver Leadership Challenge - Robyn Thomas Pitts, a current Ph.D. student in the Department of Educational Research Methodology, recently completed the University of North Carolina at Greensboro’s Silver Leadership Challenge. The challenge gives participating students chances to practice their leadership skills and refine their techniques and abilities. Participants begin to develop a portfolio of their leadership skills by working […]
  • SOE News: 3-20-16 - ANNOUNCEMENTS Faculty and Staff Discounts at Bookstore In the past, UNCG staff and faculty have received discount cards that were good for a 10% discount on most merchandise at Barnes & Noble superstores. Unfortunately, Barnes & Noble has discontinued this program. In lieu of that program and to show our appreciation to the faculty and […]
  • LIS Graduation Ceremony - The LIS department’s graduation ceremony will be on Friday May 6 from 2:30 – 4:30 in SOE 120.  All are invited to attend (please RSVP here).  The speaker will be Susan Brown, director of the Chapel Hill Public Library.  Her bio is below. Susan Brown took her first library job to earn beer money while in […]
  • LIS Alumni Luncheon - The Library and Information Studies Alumni Association held its annual Alumni Luncheon on Saturday, April 9th at the UNCG Alumni House. The event featured this year’s Cora Paul Bomar Lecturer, Alex London. Mr. London is the author of many children’s and middle grade series, as well as the young adult novels Proxy and Guardian. He spoke […]
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Educate Magazine is the bi-annual newsletter for alumni, students, donors, and friends of the UNCG School of Education. Included in each issue are stories of student and faculty accomplishments, SOE events, student and donor spotlights, and much more!