Dr. Laura Gonzalez, Associate Professor of Education in the Higher Education Program (Teacher Education and Higher Education department), was selected as one of two Engaged Faculty Fellows by North Carolina Campus Compact. Congratulations! Throughout this year, Dr. Gonzalez will create a guidebook specifically for K-12 school staff who work with students with various immigration statuses. […]

Ms. Nicole Gardner, an alum of the Teacher Education and Higher Education department at the UNC Greensboro School of Education, was named Rockingham County Schools’ 2019-2020 Teacher of the Year! Teachers of the Year are selected by their peers for the quality of their teaching, professional development, teaching philosophy and methods, community involvement and contributions […]

Catherine Tucker, graduate of the School Counseling master’s program at UNC Greensboro School of Education (1994), recently published a book titled Counseling at the Beginning. Counseling at the Beginning is a thorough, practice-based guide for counselors who serve the mental health needs of very young children and their families. Chapters based on current developmental psychology research […]

Dr. Patricia (Trish) G. Patrick, a UNC Greensboro School of Education doctoral graduate, has been named a Fulbright Scholar for the 2019–2020 academic year. Dr. Patrick completed her Master’s degree in 1999 and her Ph.D. in 2006, and both degrees were earned in the Department of Curriculum & Instruction/Teacher Education and Higher Education at UNC […]

Let’s Move in Libraries, an initiative spearheaded by UNC Greensboro School of Education Library and Information Studies assistant professor Dr. Noah Lenstra, has been adopted by library systems across the country.  Michelle Bennett-Copeland (left), an Atlanta area librarian who also graduated from Bennett College in Greensboro, and Christy Dyson (right), created a banner displaying Fulton […]