We would like to thank Ms. Lynn Bresko ’82 and Mr. Tom Corrigan for their generous outright and planned gift to establish the Mary Corley Duffy Scholarship in Education, with the intention to provide full tuition for an undergraduate or graduate student pursuing a degree in the UNC Greensboro School of Education. “Teachers have always been an […]

The U.S. News & World Report released its 2022 ranking for Graduate Schools of Education in the spring, and the UNC Greensboro School of Education (SOE) has been ranked #73 nationally as a Graduate School of Education, the SOE’s highest ranking on record. Within North Carolina, the UNCG SOE has the third highest ranking among […]

North Carolina’s principals and superintendents have done wonderful work, particularly in the face of the pandemic. Many of these school administrators are Spartans, proud alumni of the UNCG School of Education. Each alumnus has a fascinating story and a unique perspective: An educator is an advocate, and as an administrator you are not only the […]

The Department of Counseling and Educational Development (CED)’s North Carolina Academy for Stress Trauma and Resilience (NCA-STAR) releases its third podcast, one that is relevant to what a lot of individuals are experiencing — isolation and loneliness. The guest is Jacob Blackstock, who is completing his doctorate in the CED department at UNCG. In a […]

Dr. Jennifer Stephens, ELC Adjunct Assistant Professor and Director of the Teacher Education Fellows Program, was recently interviewed for Study.com, a leading online education resource making learning accessible for over 30 million students and educators a month. Dr. Stephens provided advice for students preparing to become teachers, answering questions such as What advice do you […]