Looking to improve the success of multilingual learners, Dr. Ye He, a professor in the UNC Greensboro School of Education’s Department of Teacher Education and Higher Education, has been awarded a nearly $250,000 grant from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
After her own pregnancy, delivery, and postpartum experience was filled with stress in 2017, and learning that her late mother’s medical concerns were normalized by doctors, UNC Greensboro doctoral student Jasmine L. Garland McKinney’s path became clear. Her studies and personal experiences led her to research the mental health impacts of race-related stressors that are specific to Black women during all perinatal stages.
Dr. Tiffany LS Tovey, the Director of the Office of Assessment, Evaluation, and Research Services (OAERS) here at UNC Greensboro, began a strong collaboration this Spring with the Center for New North Carolinians (CNNC) through a practicum project in which five masters and PhD evaluation students from the Educational Research Methodology (ERM) department facilitated 10 […]
This project seeks to address some of the gaps on educational equity, interracial tensions, and other social justice issues within North Carolina teacher education. As part of the Project for Critical Research, Pedagogy & Praxis (PCRP), this project focuses on critical dialogue and participatory action research (PAR), as strategies to build more humanizing engagement and […]
Dr. Christian D. Chan and Dr. Jennifer D. Deaton, assistant professors in the Department of Counseling and Educational Development, received a UNCG New Faculty Internal Grant to fund the research project titled “Investigating the Impact of Relational Satisfaction and Identity Affirmation on the Relationship Between LGBT-Based Oppression and Help-Seeking Behaviors.” This project involves two research […]