Dr. Edna Tan (TEHE) was elected as a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. For a young person, it’s hard to imagine growing up to be a scientist or an engineer if you don’t see scientists or engineers that look like you. Dr. Edna Tan is changing that, one young person […]

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!

The Institute for Partnerships in Education (IPiE), housed at UNC Greensboro, is excited to announce a new partnership with Guilford County Schools (GCS) to provide tutoring services for K-12 students. Through the GCS Tutoring Partnership, IPiE is able to connect UNCG graduate and undergraduate students with GCS teachers to assist students with unfinished learning.  Tutors […]

Dr. Melody Zoch, along with Drs. Jamie Schissel and Ye He in the Teacher Education and Higher Education Department (TEHE), recently received a National Professional Development grant through the US Department of Education Office of English Language Acquisition (OELA). OELA provides national leadership to help ensure that English Learners and immigrant students attain English proficiency […]

Dr. Gay Ivey, the William E. Moran Distinguished Professor in Literacy in the Teacher Education and Higher Education Department, was recently featured on the Classroom Caffeine Podcast. In each episode of Classroom Caffeine, listeners hear from a leading education researcher or practitioner who shares what they want others to know about their work. Each conversation […]