Congrats to KaTrinka Brown (ELC) who was recently featured in a News & Record article, for being named the Piedmont-Triad Region Principal of the Year. KaTrink who was an EdS graduate transferred into our EdD program and is now in her dissertation phase. We are so proud to see her accomplishments! Read more in the […]
Congratulations to Dr. Wayne Journell (TEHE) who recently published an edited volume for Teachers College Press titled Post-Pandemic Social Studies, “How COVID-19 Has Changed the World and How We Teach”. Learn more about this publication from the book website.
Candace Heckstall graduated from our TESOL program in 2010 and Was one of the participants who went with Dr. Ye He to China as part of the Fulbright-Hays group projects abroad program. She’s now working as a Newcomer specialist at Denver Public Schools and has created some great resources for teachers working with multilingual learners […]
UNC Greensboro’s Professions in Deafness (PID) program is renowned for being the only program in the UNC System that fully prepares students to earn their interpreting license and work in professions that relate to deafness. While in the program, students demonstrate hands-on leadership through their involved work with the academic and Deaf communities. One example of […]
Beverly Faircloth and Laura Gonzalez, both faculty in the UNC Greensboro Department of Teacher Education and Higher Education, have co-edited a book with Katherine Ramos, a colleague at Duke University. Resisting Barriers to Belonging was released last month by Rowan and Littlefield Publishers. More information can be found in this promotional flyer. Congratulations!