Grant to help School Counseling students
A federal grant has been awarded to the School of Education to help students in the School Counseling master’s degree program.
Kelly Ryoo among eight Tar Heels to win NSF CAREER grants
Kihyun “Kelly” Ryoo is one of eight Carolina faculty members who have won prestigious National Science Foundation CAREER grants this year.
Alumnus Sanford “Sandy” Shugart to be honored by UNC-Chapel Hill
Alumnus Sanford “Sandy” Shugart to be honored by the UNC-Chapel Hill with its Distinguished Alumnus Award.
Doctoral students Eldrin Deas, William Jackson finalists for national award
Two School of Education doctoral students – Eldrin Deas and William Jackson – are among 10 who are being considered for a national award, recognizing work in pursuing equity in education.
Led to do more
School of Education doctoral student Ronda Bullock and colleagues are working children and educators, helping them identify and address racial biases. Read and watch the video.
Be moved by our students!
We have amazing students. We've profiled some of our students who have won scholarships, fellowships and other donor-support aid. Read their stories and be #SOEinspired!
School of Education students launching ‘social innovation’ projects
Two groups led by School of Education students have won CUBE Social Innovation Challenge grants to address societal problems.
Dana Thompson Dorsey chosen for Engaged Scholars Program
Thompson Dorsey is among ten Carolina faculty members selected for the two-year enrichment program.
Gulledge named director of Academic Leadership Program
Faculty member Suzanne Gulledge has been named director of Carolina’s Academic Leadership Program
Three Questions: Needs of military children get attention
Lora Cohen-Vogel and second lady Jill Biden discuss the need for more research into the needs of children of military families.
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