This fall, two Spartans became principals of Greensboro elementary schools that are part of Guilford County Schools. Olivia (Brice) Lattimore ’11, MSA ’20 now serves as principal at Falkener Elementary and Trent Walton ’03 MEd.’10, C ’15 was named the principal at Hunter Elementary. Lattimore is a double UNC Greensboro alumnus, with a master’s in school […]

On Friday, May 7th, three students were the first to graduate from UNC Greensboro’s Bachelor of Science in Information Science (BSIS) program. Launched in the spring of 2020, the multidisciplinary program blends coursework from library and information sciences, computer science, geography, information systems and supply chain management, and education research methodology to prepare students for […]

Dr. Jill Channing, Department of Educational Leadership and Cultural Foundations (ELC) ’11 Ph.D. graduate, was recently appointed to serve as Chair for East Tennessee State University’s Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis Department. Dr. Channing also serves and Associate Director of the Center for Community College Leadership and Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis. […]

Each year, the UNC Greensboro School of Education (SOE) honors a group of alumni, recognizing them for their achievements and contributions to the world of education, leadership, research methodology, library science, and counseling. We hope that the remarkable successes of these alumni will inspire our new graduates, and represent the enormous value of a degree […]

The UNC Greensboro School of Education is excited to announce that Anita Faulkner, Counseling and Educational Development (CED) alumna, has been appointed as Director of the North Carolina Academy for Stress, Trauma and Resilience (NCA-STAR). NCA-STAR is a CED initiative that aims to provide trauma-informed services and conduct research to promote the health and wellness […]