The Southeastern Regional Symposium (SERS) is an annual, one day gathering of scholars who focus on educating future teachers of the deaf, and educational American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters. The purpose of the Southeastern Regional Symposium is to provide a small, low-stakes, low-cost meeting of the minds and to give opportunities for scholars who live […]

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REIDSVILLE — Fourth-grader Sarai Torres is standing in a hallway of the Moss Street Partnership School while in the throes of an awful struggle familiar to dedicated readers everywhere. The waiting. Torres doesn’t blink her dark brown eyes as she speaks while clutching a paperback copy of “Dork Diaries,” number six. “I’m looking for number […]

We would like to thank Celia Gomedela Jolley ’71 and David Styles Jolley ’76 M.A. for their planned gift of $1,000,000. two scholarship endowments, one in Business and one in Education. This gift is in addition to a planned gift already in place by the Jolleys in both the SOE and Bryan School. Mr. Jolley […]

In 2017-2018, the UNCG School of Education had its most successful grant year in its history, bringing in more than $6.9 million in funding. These grants have been funded by national agencies such as the US Department of Education, the National Science Foundation (NSF); state agencies such as the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction […]

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Impact Through Innovation is a UNCG School of Education initiative that provides faculty, students, and alumni opportunities to develop innovative ideas into powerful projects that impact individuals and communities in a wide range of areas. Last year, ITI helped Dr. Noah Lenstra (LIS) develop a high-quality website that positions him to connect with libraries across […]

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