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- Dr. Morgan Chitiyo Appointed Chair of the Specialized Education Services (SES) Department - We are pleased to announce that Dr. Morgan Chitiyo has been appointed Chair of the Department of Specialized Education Services (SES) for the UNC Greensboro School of Education. He will assume this new role on August 1, 2020. Dr. Chitiyo will be joining us from Duquesne University where he currently serves as Professor and Chair […]
- Support the SOE Through the Dean’s Greatest Needs Fund and the SOE Scholarship Endowment - Dear SOE Community, Over the past six weeks, my thoughts and hopes have turned often to the members of our School of Education (SOE) family. I know the pandemic has touched us all, either through personal loss or by disrupting the connections and routines we treasure. We have heard this moment described as unprecedented, cautionary, […]
- Congratulations to LIS for ranking #13 - Guide to Online Schools recently published their 2020 Best Value Colleges and Most Affordable rankings. Congratulations to the UNC Greensboro Library and Information Science (LIS) department for being featured on these rankings! 2020 Best Online Master’s Library Science Degrees: #13 2020 Most Affordable Online Master’s Library Science Degrees: #13
- A Message for the SOE Community from Dean Randy Penfield in Response to COVID-19 - Dear SOE Community, On March 23rd, the School of Education (SOE) — along with the rest of UNC Greensboro — had to make a huge shift right in the middle of our Spring 2020 semester. We pivoted to move all of our SOE academic programming to a remote/online format, and all SOE academic and administrative […]
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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