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TEHE Doctoral Graduate, Dr. Patricia (Trish) Patrick in Bengkulu

One of our School of Education doctoral graduates, from Teacher Education & Higher Education, Dr. Patricia (Trish) Patrick, is now in Bengkulu, Indonesia visiting with Mr. Aceng at the University of Bengkulu for a week. Trish is the fifth faculty member at UNCG or with ties to UNCG to travel … Continued

LIS receives strong rankings

Congrats to the LIS program! The College Choice released three new rankings: Best Master’s, Best Online Master’s, and Most Affordable Online Master’s in Library Science. LIS ranked #30, #14, and #6, Nice job on all three! 

Congrats Jenese Portee ’06 SOE Alumni

We are so proud of what our alumni go on to do after their time with the School of Education! ASL Interpreter Jenese Portee, ’06 UNCG SOE Alum, performed along with singer P!nk during the 2018 Grammys. See video clip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=17NOrSQ6Smw

ELC Dr. Sophia Rodriguez serves on AESA’s journal editorial board

Congratulations to Dr. Sophia Rodriguez, our new faculty who joined us last year in August 2017, for being accepted recently to serve on the Editorial Board of The Journal of American Educational Studies Association (AESA). For more information about the journal, please visit: http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/heds20/current

LIS Ranked #1 by Top Master’s in Education

Top Master’s in Education Ranks LIS @ UNCG for Most Affordable Online Master’s in Educational Technology  GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA, January 2018 — The University of North Carolina at Greensboro was recently listed by the ranking publication Top Master’s in Education in the Most Affordable Online Master’s in Educational Technology Degrees … Continued

Victoria Budesa (SES ’17) Blogs from Abroad – January

Meet Victoria Budesa, a 2017 graduate of the Special Education: General Curriculum teacher education program, who is spending her first year teaching abroad as a special education teacher in an international school in Stuttgart, Germany. Her blog, “The Teaching Adventures of Miss B,” shares a weekly recount of the many … Continued

Dr. Diane Ryndak (SES) receives funding for project

Dr. Diane Ryndak (SES) received funding from University of Minnesota (Prime: U.S. Department of Education) for the project “The TIES Center: Increasing Time, Instructional Effectiveness, Engagement, and State Support for Inclusive Practices for Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities.”  This project is supported with funds from the U.S. Department of Education, … Continued

Award-winning retired educators new focus

A great example of what it means to be a lifelong learner: Award-winning retired educator and SOE alumna Beverly Pugh develops new passion for culinary arts, read more from the Mebane Enterprise.