Led by Assistant Professor Dr. Sandra Ayoo (pictured above), a group of seven graduate students from UNC Greensboro’s Department of Educational Research Methodology (ERM) have been accepted to present at the Canadian Evaluation Society’s (CES) 2022 Conference in Winnipeg, Manitoba, June 13-15. Dr. Ayoo observed that, “It will be an honor and a privilege to […]

The Diversity in Language and Culture Conference (DLCC) brings together educators, students, faculty, staff, and other community members to explore issues that are relevant and pressing related to education. Each conference includes a keynote speaker, breakout session options, and a closing remarks/Q&A time. In this year’s 4th annual conference, Dr. Ramón Martínez from Stanford University […]

Congratulations to Dr. Jon Henner!  He has been selected to receive the 2022 Early Career Publication Award of the Special Interest Group for Research in Mathematics Education. This award is for his publication which was written with fellow faculty member Dr. Claudia Pagliaro, “Counting Differently: Assessing Mathematics Achievement of Signing Deaf and Hard of Hearing […]

After four years working as an elementary school counselor, Ashley Smith returned to UNCG to pursue a PhD so she could teach the next generation of counselors. She persevered and found grace during her time as a Spartan.  For soon-to-be graduate Ashley Smith, the “G” in “UNCG” stands for grace. That’s the word she uses […]

UNCG’s Department of Educational Leadership and Cultural Foundations (ELC) plays an important role in the preparation of administrators who are capable and ready to elevate students in schools. Researchers in the department take an interdisciplinary approach, studying educational philosophy and sociocultural analysis, and using their findings to train new principals in the field. The researchers […]