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- PPEERS Kickbox Projects Sparks Innovation by SOE Students - ITI Kickbox is an innovation toolkit that is sparking amazing innovations by SOE students. Dr. Kimberly Kappler Hewitt, Director of Principal Preparation for Excellence and Equity in Rural Schools (PPEERS), is implementing the Kickbox innovation toolkit as a year-long experience for students who are preparing to take on leadership roles in rural schools across North […]
- Let’s Move in Libraries: An Expanding ITI Initiative - Dr. Noah Lenstra (LIS), the 2019-2020 ITI Faculty Fellow, continues to develop and expand his Let’s Move in Libraries (LMiL) initiative. LMiL began with a focus on public libraries’ support of physical activity, active lifestyles and physical literacy. With the support of Impact Through Innovation, LMiL is now expanding to include nutrition, healthy eating, food […]
- Professions in Deafness (PID) Majors Lead Webinars for Deaf & Hard of Hearing Students Across NC - On October 21st, seniors in the Professions in Deafness (PID) program instructed their first webinar for teachers of Deaf and hard of hearing (DHH) students across North Carolina. The webinar was titled “Online Resources for Online Instruction” and it was the first in what will be a series of webinars. It was attended virtually by […]
- Global Remote Internships for Spring 2021 - The International Programs Center (IPC) is happy to announce that they are offering UNCG students the opportunity to take part in Global Remote Internships for the spring 2021 semester. IPC has partnered with ISA/Worldstrides to offer these exciting opportunities for students. However, it is important that students act quickly as the priority deadline to apply […]
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