School of Education Students Claim Awards at Annual Graduate Research and Creativity Showcase
Three School of Education students walked away with honors at the completion of the annual Graduate Research and Creativity Showcase held by the UNC Greensboro Graduate School on Tuesday, April 4. Earning recognition were Chibor Chibor (Department of Teacher Education and Higher Education), Paula Hernandez (Department of Educational Leadership and Cultural Foundations), and Natasha Monteith (Department of Educational Research Methodology).
UNCG Alumna Named Superintendent of Guilford County Schools
When searching for its next superintendent, Guilford County Schools (GCS) did not need to look far for its new leader. Dr. Whitney Oakley, who earned her doctoral degree in educational leadership from UNC Greensboro’s School of Education in 2011 and was serving as the district’s interim superintendent, was recently selected to guide North Carolina’s third-largest public school district.
Kayla Baker (ELC) 2022 Showcase Winner
Please join us in congratulating Kayla Baker, 4th Year PhD student in the School of Education’s (SOE) Department of Educational Leadership and Cultural Foundations (ELC). She was the winner of the Social Sciences, Education, and Business category in this year’s UNCG Graduate Research and Creativity Showcase. This event provided an opportunity for graduate students from […]
A Culture of Inclusivity
To be effective campus leaders these days, they also must understand the forces of social, economic, and educational equity as the schools they serve grow more diverse. Here’s a look at the work […]
Kayla Baker (ELC) Wins UNCG’s Webinars Worth Watching Competition
Each year, the UNC Greensboro Graduate School and University Libraries have a competition, Webinars Worth Watching (W^3) for face-to-face and online graduate students to determine who can give the most effective webinar or virtual presentation in 10 minutes. “Graduate students need to be able to present their work and research digitally, as well as communicate […]