SES Alumna Using Her Degree in Midair
If you see a flight attendant using sign language to communicate with passengers aboard Piedmont Airlines, it’s likely UNCG alum Elice Evans ’18, who received her bachelor’s degree in Interpreting, Deaf Education and Advocacy Services (IDEAS).
Kessinger Named UNCG Student Teacher of the Year
A Special Education major, Calli Kessinger has been selected as the 2023 UNCG Student Teacher of the Year and will represent UNC Greensboro at the upcoming state competition sponsored by the North Carolina Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (NCACTE).
New Academic Support Hub to Provide Services to SOE Students
Undergraduate students in the UNC Greensboro School of Education can now take advantage of new support services thanks to the launch of the SOE Academic Support Hub. The center is the combined work of the SOE Office of Student Success, Michel Family Teaching Resources Center, Department of Teacher Education and Higher Education, Department of Specialized Education Services, and Department of Library and Information Science.
Early Childhood Education Program Receives Distinction From OnlineMastersDegrees.com
UNC Greensboro has been recognized as one of the best schools for online learning at the master’s level by OnlineMastersDegrees.org (OMD). UNCG’s early childhood education programs earned top-five honors for overall quality, affordability and commitment to student success.
Class of 2022: Juliette Vayer
Subtlety, humor, empathy, and accuracy are often difficult to convey when interpreting from one language to another. Juliette Vayer will tell you that these key skills in American Sign Language (ASL) interpreting, along with advocating for the Deaf community, are part of what compelled her to earn her Bachelor of Science in Interpreting, Deaf Education, and Advocacy (IDEAS) from the School of Education this December.