As we enter into a new year, one where the School of Education has a clear mission to work to end educational inequity, we have updated the name of the program we established to honor our champions – donors making annual gifts of $1,000 and more to the SOE. The John H. Cook Society will […]

Wishing to recognize the significant impact that so many educators have made in the lives of students, the UNC Greensboro School of Education (SOE) is thrilled to announce its 2020 Class of Inspirational Educators. The SOE initiated the Inspirational Educators program in 2019 with an inaugural class of 48 recipients, and will induct 26 recipients […]

Earlier this fall, Dean Randy Penfield and Associate Dean Jewell Cooper hosted a series of three SOE Town Halls during September, with hopes of hosting more in the future. These virtual conversations were designed to help UNC Greensboro School of Education (SOE) alumni and interested “champions” of education have a more in-depth look at how […]

Dear SOE Community, Over the past six weeks, my thoughts and hopes have turned often to the members of our School of Education (SOE) family. I know the pandemic has touched us all, either through personal loss or by disrupting the connections and routines we treasure. We have heard this moment described as unprecedented, cautionary, […]

Enrichment funds can be the reason a student with a financial emergency completes a course, a promising researcher presents at a conference, or a pre-service teacher has the ability to experience international travel. Enrichment funds are made possible through gifts from donors — many of whom are members of the John H. Cook Society — who […]