SOE Alumni

  • Class of 1968 Reunion Visit
    Class of 1968 Reunion Visit
  • UNCG SOE Commencement
    A sea of graduates during the UNCG School of Education departmental Spring Commencement at the Greensboro Coliseum's special event center on Friday, May 4, 2018.
  • Homecoming October 2017
    SOE Faculty, Staff, Students, and Alumni celebrate homecoming, October 2017.

Welcome SOE Alumni!  As a graduate, you are now a member of the School of Education Alumni Association (SOEAA), and you join a community of over 16,000 SOE graduates! Our alumni and friends are an integral part of what makes the School of Education at UNCG as impactful as it is today.  

As distinguished alumni, we are proud you are a part of our family, and hope you will stay engaged with us and update us on your life after graduation. We love to celebrate our alumni and their successes, so be sure and share your news with us! We look forward to fostering a lifelong relationship and helping you to be champions, ambassadors and advocates for the School of Education.

For additional questions regarding the SOEAA, or if you are interested in joining the board, contact  Kim Kaufmann, External Engagement and Outreach Coordinator.

Meet the Team

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Alumni Relations & Events Coordinator

kimkaufmann@uncg.edu
336.334.4668

 


Terri Jackson
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Senior Director of Development

terrijackson@uncg.edu
336.256.0496

ALUMNI NEWS

  • Abi Woodson (SES Alum) Receives 2019 Teacher of the Year Award for Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools (6/11/2019)- Congratulations to Abi Woodson, a fourth-grade teacher at Speas Elementary School and Department of Specialized Educations Services (SES) alum, who has been selected as the recipient of the 2019 Teacher of the Year Award for Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools! Woodson has been teaching for 15 years and has been at Speas since 2012. She earned her […]
  • Congratulations to our May 2019 Graduates and Alumni Award Winners! (5/30/2019)- At the UNC Greensboro School of Education, we have the privilege to witness the exciting ways our faculty, staff, and students engage with each other as a community every day. Our school fosters an environment that wholeheartedly believes in everyone’s potential for lifelong learning, which provides lessons above and beyond the academic knowledge and skills […]
  • The 2019 Cora Paul Bomar Summit (2/26/2019)- The UNCG Library and Information Studies Department will host the Cora Paul Bomar Summit on Friday, March 29 and Saturday, March 30, 2019, in the Virginia Dare Room of the UNCG Alumni House. The iDeal Summit on Friday will include speakers Barry Houlihan, archivist at the Hardiman Library, National University of Ireland, Galway, and Dr. Jenna Spiering, assistant […]
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