Lighting the Way: Jen Fry Doesn’t Just Talk, She Takes Action
Meet Jen Fry: a native of Arizona, Division II athlete and veteran college volleyball coach with more than 15 years of experience. She holds two master’s degrees, one from Duke University and one from UNC Greensboro, and now is working toward her doctoral degree at Michigan State University. Suffice it to say, Jen stays busy. […]
TEHE Faculty Awarded US Department of Education Grant to Support ESL Teacher Preparation
Dr. Melody Zoch, along with Drs. Jamie Schissel and Ye He in the Teacher Education and Higher Education Department (TEHE), recently received a National Professional Development grant through the US Department of Education Office of English Language Acquisition (OELA). OELA provides national leadership to help ensure that English Learners and immigrant students attain English proficiency […]
CSI chapter develops mental health resource document
In support of this years International Education Week (November 1-5, 2021), the CSI chapter (Chi Sigma Iota honor society), led by Megan Whitbeck, Yu Pan, Dr. Christian Chan, Melissa Carmona, and Calise Richardson, have developed the attached mental health resource document. This document will help connect students with resources and with each other.
11/16: CDLC and Project EnACTed Co-host a Dialogue with Community Partners
The Coalition for Language and Culture (CDLC) and Project EnACTed are co-hosting a virtual event titled “Our Journey Into Learning with Multilingual Communities: a Dialogue with Community Partners” on November 16th. The community partners joining the event are: Dr. Barbara LevinProfessor Emerita, UNCGReal World English Program Analia WellsDual Language Curriculum FacilitatorGuilford County Schools Carla Flores-BallesterosPrincipal […]