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- Creating ‘Change Agents’ Through High-Quality MentorshipDr. Aileen Reid has earned many impressive academic titles throughout her career, including program evaluator, assistant professor in the Educational Research Methodology Department, and co-director of the STEM Program Evaluation Lab.
- U.S. News & World Report Ranks UNCG School of Education Among Best Online Master’s ProgramsThe UNC Greensboro School of Education has been ranked No. 58 among the 2023 Best Online Master’s in Education Programs and No. 19 among the 2023 Best Online Master’s in Education Programs for Veterans by U.S. News & World Report.
- Combating a Lack of Internet Services: SOE Assists in Pilot Program to Bring Access to Elementary StudentsWhen schools moved to remote status during the height of the COVID pandemic, numerous students were unable to fully participate in classes due to the lack of broadband internet access at their homes. Backed by a grant from the United States Department of Education, three members of the School of Education are joining a team led by UNC Greensboro’s Information Technology Services (ITS) unit to combat that issue.
- NCCTM Bestows Highest Honor on WilsonDr. Holt Wilson, an associate professor in the UNC Greensboro School of Education’s Department of Teacher Education and Higher Education, was recently honored for his contribution to mathematics education in North Carolina with the W.W. Rankin Award. This distinction is bestowed annually by the North Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCCTM) and is the organization’s highest honor.
- UNCG Joins Statewide Effort to Track COVID Impacts on StudentsUNC Greensboro researchers and their collaborators have received approximately $500,000 to study the impacts of COVID on student learning. The funding is part of the NC Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI) and North Carolina Collaboratory’s $6.73 million investment in 20 projects rooted at universities across North Carolina.
- Class of 2022: Juliette VayerSubtlety, humor, empathy, and accuracy are often difficult to convey when interpreting from one language to another. Juliette Vayer will tell you that these key skills in American Sign Language (ASL) interpreting, along with advocating for the Deaf community, are part of what compelled her to earn her Bachelor of Science in Interpreting, Deaf Education, and Advocacy (IDEAS) from the School of Education this December.
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