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- ELC’s Dr. Rodriguez to Present Findings at Johns Hopkins University, January 2019- Congratulations to Dr. Sophia Rodriguez in the UNCG SOE’s Educational Leadership and Cultural Development department who was invited to present her findings from her longitudinal mixed-methods project (2016-2019) at The Johns Hopkins University School of Education this month as part of JHU’s Schoolhouse Talk! series. Dr. Rodriguez’s project examines a library-school district partnership program seeking to increase […]
- SOE Donors Ron and Barbara Shiffler Describe the Gratification of Giving- This story was published in the 2018 issue of Transform magazine. To read the full story, click here. The gratification of giving Ron Shiffler ’70 and his wife, Barbara, are kindred spirits — they met in Atlanta when Ron took his first teaching position as a statistics professor at Georgia State University. Barbara comes from […]
- Salem Rainey Metzger – Why I’m Grateful!- SALEM METZGER Ph.D. candidate, Teacher Education Higher Education Hometown: Greensboro, NC Imogene & William Purkey Educational Development Scholar “It is through your generosity that I am afforded enriching opportunities that extend beyond mere coursework” I express my sincere gratitude for the contribution to the scholarship that enables me to further my education. It is […]
- Yacine Kout – Why I’m Grateful!- YACINE KOUT Ph.D. candidate, Educational Leadership and Cultural Foundations Hometown: Meaux, France Luther Winborne Self Fellow Helena Gabriel Houston Scholar “I plan to teach future educators about social justice and making our world a better place for those in need.” I am honored to be a scholarship recipient; thank you for recognizing my academic achievements […]
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