UNC Greensboro

School of Education Set to Honor Inspirational Educators

Inspirational Educators logo

Wishing to recognize the significant impact that so many educators have made in the lives of students, the UNC Greensboro School of Education (SOE) is thrilled to announce its newest class of Inspirational Educators. 

Online Master’s in Education Programs Nationally ranked by U.S. News & World Report

School of Education Building in the spring

The UNC Greensboro School of Education has been ranked No. 52 among the 2024 Best Online Master’s in Education Programs and No. 15 among the 2024 Best Online Master’s in Education Programs for Veterans by U.S. News & World Report. The rankings mark an improvement from No. 58 and No 19, respectively, from a year ago. UNCG’s program is rated third in North Carolina, while its program for veterans is second in the state.

UNCG’s Levin Scholarship Will Open Doors, Open Minds

Aerial photo of the UNCG School of Education Building

Before her 25-year tenure at UNCG’s School of Education and even prior to earning her PhD in educational psychology, Professor Emerita Dr. Barbara Barry Levin taught elementary school students for 17 years. Her experience in that realm formed the bedrock of her teaching, research, and publishing throughout her distinguished career.

Short Family Endows Fellowship for Innovation Efforts

Drs. Rick and Paula Short photo at a UNCG alumni event

Graduate students engaged in innovation with the UNC Greensboro School of Education will soon have a new fellowship opportunity available to them thanks to the generosity of Paula and Rick Short who have established an endowment. Recipients of the award will work closely with the School of Education’s Impact Through Innovation (ITI) program which will lend support to the development and implementation of their ideas.

Lighting the Way: Jen Fry Doesn’t Just Talk, She Takes Action

Jen Fry, founder of ELC Pay it Forward Fund

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 … Continued