When schools moved to remote status during the height of the COVID pandemic, numerous students were unable to fully participate in classes due to the lack of broadband internet access at their homes. Backed by a grant from the United States Department of Education, three members of the School of Education are joining a team led by UNC Greensboro’s Information Technology Services (ITS) unit to combat that issue.

UNC Greensboro researchers and their collaborators have received approximately $500,000 to study the impacts of COVID on student learning. The funding is part of the NC Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI) and North Carolina Collaboratory’s $6.73 million investment in 20 projects rooted at universities across North Carolina.

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 […]

We are pleased to share that the Center for Applied Linguistics has announced that Dr. Micheline Chalhoub-Deville (ERM) will receive the 2022 Charles A. Ferguson Award for Outstanding Scholarship. She will be presented the award at an online event on Thursday, March 24 during TESOL 2022.  The message below was sent out from the Center for Applied […]