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.
School launches new master’s degree in educational innovation
Students who want to prepare for engaging in work transforming education outside of traditional school-based careers have a new option: a master’s program at the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Education.
Alexandria Johnston named School of Education’s first Dean Smith Scholar
Johnston, a student in the school counseling program, is the first SOE recipient of a scholarship from the new fund that honors the life and work of Coach Smith.
Video: Overcoming teacher resistance to literacy instruction training
Doctoral student Elizabeth Cutrer describes her research into how combining strategies works best in improving teachers’ literacy instruction.
School of Education launching new dual bachelor’s-master’s program
Students who want a richer preparation for careers in education will have that opportunity through a new dual bachelor-master’s degree program launching next year at the School of Education.
School of Education faculty adopt new mission statement, strategic directions
The faculty of the School of Education have adopted a new mission statement and a new set of strategic directions to guide decisions about priorities and choices about upcoming opportunities.
Doctoral student Alex Lowry selected by U.S. State Department to teach in Nepal
The U.S. Department of State has selected School of Education doctoral student Alex Lowry for a 10-month fellowship project conducting English teacher training in Nepal. Lowry is one of 165 U.S. citizens selected for the 2015-2016 English Language Fellow Program.
Symposium to honor Carol Malloy’s work
The School of Education is sponsoring the Carol Malloy Research Symposium on Oct. 10, bringing together former students and other colleagues to celebrate Malloy’s work.
Doctoral student William Jackson profiled by Education Pioneers
Even while working as a doctoral student at the School of Education, William Jackson is making a difference in the lives of Durham children and their families.
Claire Baker wins Robert Wood Johnson Foundation grant
Claire Baker wins $100,000 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation grant to support study.
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