Senior Michelle Thompson named to Phi Beta Kappa
Michelle Thompson, an undergraduate student in the UNC-BEST (Biology) program, has been named to the Phi Beta Kappa honorary society...
Cadie Blalock retiring after 28 years at School of Education
Cadie Blalock has seen a lot of change during her career at the School of Education. She remembers Fanny who ran the now-long-gone Scuttlebutt snack bar across from Peabody Hall. She can recall the day when they made Columbia Street run one way on its northbound jog through campus...
Jill Fitzgerald selected as 2013 AERA Fellow
Jill Fitzgerald, retired professor of literacy at the School of Education, has been selected as a 2013 Fellow of the American Educational Research Association, an honor given to top educational researchers...
Carol Malloy to be honored for career dedicated to mathematics education
Carol Malloy (Ph.D. '94), a retired member of the School of Education faculty, will be honored with a lifetime achievement award by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics for her service to the field of mathematics education...
Targeted Reading Intervention listed as 'promising' program
The Targeted Reading Intervention program has been listed by two organizations as a "promising" program with evidence that demonstrates its effectiveness...
Gerald Unks retiring from School of Education after 45-year career as a favorite teacher
Gerald "Gerry" Unks, regularly cited as a favorite professor by many of the thousands of students he taught during a 45-year career at UNC-Chapel Hill's School of Education, has retired...
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