School of Education's
next dean welcomed
to Chapel Hill
Fouad Abd-El-Khalick describes challenges facing schools of education, promises fun work ahead
Fouad Abd-El-Khalick named new dean of UNC-CH School of Education
Researcher in state-of-the-art science content, nature of science, and instructional approaches at K-12 level to lead one of Carolina’s oldest professional schools
Doctoral student Dalila Dragnic-Cindric wins NSF fellowship
Dalila Dragnic-Cindric, a first-year doctoral student in the Learning Sciences and Psychological Studies strand of the Ph.D. program, has won a prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.
Sherick Hughes wins AERA Scholars of Color award
Sherick Hughes, associate professor in the School of Education, has been selected to receive the 2016 Scholars of Color Distinguished Scholar Award from the American Educational Research Association
In the Media: Not love at first sight
It wasn’t love at first sight when Lynne Vernon-Feagans first saw Jock Lauterer. Nor was it the second, or the third, but just perhaps it was the fourth time.
School led by alumni Taylor, Ware nominated for national award
Raleigh's Wiley Elementary, led by Principal Leslie Taylor (M.S.A. '10) and Assistant Principal Katie Ware (M.A.T. '03), has been nominated as a 'Green Ribbon' school.
Gerald Unks Lecture Hall to be dedicated March 4
Room 104, where Unks taught for 45 years, will be dedicated in his name during a reception in Peabody Hall.
Noblit selected to receive Mary Anne Raywid Award
George Noblit, the Joseph R. Neikirk Distinguished Professor of Sociology of Education at the School of Education, has been selected by the Society of Professors of Education to receive the 2016 Mary Anne Raywid Award.
Kelly Ryoo wins $674,000 National Science Foundation Grant
Kihyun “Kelly” Ryoo, assistant professor of learning sciences at UNC-Chapel Hill’s School of Education, has won a prestigious $674,000 CAREER grant from the National Science Foundation.
School of Education research funding rises 21 percent
Leading research by faculty, efforts to secure new funding are credited with the increase over previous year levels.
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