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  • Class of 2022: Juliette Vayer
    Subtlety, humor, empathy, and accuracy are often difficult to convey when interpreting from one language to another. Juliette Vayer will tell you that these key skills in American Sign Language (ASL) interpreting, along with advocating for the Deaf community, are part of what compelled her to earn her Bachelor of Science in Interpreting, Deaf Education, and Advocacy (IDEAS) from the School of Education this December.
  • UNCG Teacher Education Fellows Program Leads to Increased Opportunities, Scholarships for Students
    Developing high-quality and well-prepared teachers is a priority for the School of Education at UNC Greensboro. Doing so by reducing potential financial barriers for students is also key. By combining these priorities, the School of Education developed the UNCG Teacher Education Fellows program, a scholarship opportunity for incoming freshmen students wishing to major in select education programs.
  • Elementary Education Major Concludes Successful Freshman Season on the Pitch
    A preseason injury did not derail freshman elementary education major Emma Malone from having a successful inaugural collegiate season on the soccer field. The Connecticut native took over as the starting goalie for the UNC Greensboro women’s soccer team midway through the season, helping the team reach the conference finals and earning Southern Conference All-Freshman Team accolades.
  • Empowering Parental Engagement in STEM Education is Focus of Tan’s Research
    Backed by funding from the William T. Grant Foundation, Dr. Edna Tan, Hooks Distinguished Professor of STEM Education at the School of Education’s Department of Teacher Education and Higher Education at UNC Greensboro, will conduct research with her team into designing and studying new modes of empowering parental engagement in STEM teacher-parent partnerships.
  • SOE Students Earn Honors at UNCG 3MT Competition
    A pair of School of Education students took home honors in UNC Greensboro’s recent Three-Minute Thesis (3MT) competition. Claiming first place was Somer Matthews, a doctoral student in the Department of Specialized Education Services (SES), while Jasmine Garland McKinney, a doctoral student in the Department of Counseling and Educational Development (CED) earned the People’s Choice honor.
  • School Counseling Leader Credits Time at UNCG With Career Success
    Following 13 years as a school counselor with Jersey City Public Schools, CED alumna Sweety Patel is now in her fourth year as the Director of School Counseling Services for Carteret Public Schools in New Jersey.

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CED Students Collect Array of Accolades and Grants

Numerous students in the School of Education’s Department of Counseling and Educational Development (CED) have recently received awards, research grants, or other recognition for the work they are doing and the impact that it will have on the counseling field and…

Wilson to Present at 2022 UNC CAUSE Conference

UNC Greensboro’s Carla Wilson, academic technology specialist for the School of Education, has been chosen to present at the 2022 UNC CAUSE Conference which will be held in Charlotte in October.

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Transform is the annual publication 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!

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