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ANNOUNCEMENTS

SOE News will run on a bi-weekly basis until the first week of classes. Please continue to submit news items to soeannou@uncg.edu.

Adobe Creative Cloud is now available to faculty, staff, and computer lab users.

Adobe Creative Cloud Now Available

NC Collaborative for Mathematics Learning Conference

The NC Collaborative for Mathematics Learning grant project (PIs P. Holt Wilson and Kimberly Kappler Hewitt) will host the NC2ML Summer Math Leadership Conference on June 19-21, 2017 in the School of Education Building. The conference will host math educators from across the state to 1) prepare for the implementation of the proposed NC K-5 Mathematics Standards and 2) shape the year two implementation plan for NC High School Mathematics Standards.

Summer Safe Zone Sessions

If you have not had the chance to complete all of the Safe Zone workshops and you’d like to, there will be a few sessions over the summer for faculty and staff! Please use the form website to sign up- https://intercultural.uncg.edu/education-training/safezone/training
 

Safe Zone Summit

Greetings from the Office of Intercultural Engagement! 
 
I’d like to invite you to register for our Safe Zone Summit, happening on Tuesday, July 11th, 2017, from 9am-1:30pm in the Elliott University Center. 
What is the Safe Zone Summit?
 
The Safe Zone Summit is a brand new initiative born from conversations within our LGBTQ+ Education Task Force, and is intended to provide an opportunity, outside of our standard Safe Zone Training, for faculty and staff to explore aspects of LGBTQ+ identity more deeply and meaningfully. Consider this an information-packed, build-your-own-adventure rest area on your journey of continuing education around gender, sexuality, and creating a more inclusive campus. 
 
Who can attend? 
 
The Safe Zone Summit is tailored to faculty and staff however, feel free to also invite graduate students that work in your department. 
 
What will the day look like?
 
The Safe Zone Summit is scheduled to take place on Tuesday, July 11th, from 9am-1:30pm. The majority of the Summit will consist of three 45-minute time slots where attendees will be able to choose from two breakout topics that best fit their interest. We will close out our day with brief, guided group discussions. These groups are meant to provide space for processing what you’ve learned, and for considering how to best apply new strategies, skills, and knowledge in your daily work. 
 
How do I register?
 
That part is easy! Fill our our Safe Zone Summit Registration Form before Friday, June 23rd, 2017
 
What else do I need to know?
 
Nothing! Simply mark your calendar for Tuesday, July 11th, 2017, from 9am-1:30pm, and expect an email from me at the beginning of July with more details. Until then, put on your learning pants and add another notch to that belt – because this is sure to be a day full of great information and important dialogue! 
 
We appreciate your commitment to inclusion at UNC Greensboro, and look forward to engaging and learning alongside you during this important opportunity. 

 

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Gate City Writes Workshop

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Diversity in Language & Culture Conference

FACULTY, STUDENT AND ALUMNI ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Congratulations to Dr. Holt Wilson (TEHE) his award from North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI) for his project “North Carolina Collaborative for Mathematics Learning II (NC2ML II).” The project will continue ongoing analyses of teachers’ and leaders’ participation to refine aspects of the learning architecture developed in Year 1, investigate ways of improving infrastructures, and identify additional elements to promote learning at scale. 

Congratulations t0 Dr. John Willse (ERM) on his award from Winston-Salem Forsyth County Schools for his project “Data management and statistical analysis support for Winston Salem Forsyth County Schools.” 

Congratulations to incoming MLIS student Christy Hyman for being named A Spectrum Scholar! This scholarship can be used to attend an ALA-accredited or AASL-recognized/NCATE accredited master’s degree program in library and information studies.