School of Education moves up in US News & World Report rankings
The School of Education rose four positions to a ranking of No. 31 in the latest graduate school rankings issued by US News & World Report.
Carolina, NC State launch joint program to help address teacher shortage
Taylor Hamby is in her first year of teaching. She wants the pedagogical training that our new lateral entry program offers.
UNC-Chapel Hill, NC State partner to offer innovative program for lateral entry teachers
Joint online program aims to help North Carolina address its growing teacher shortage
School of Education making leadership changes
Faculty members Hamm, Brown move into associate dean positions to advance research, teaching.
Bud Harrelson working to make schools safer
Harrelson, a doctoral student, is already digging into work aimed at helping students. He talks with #SOElongform about the work.
Doctoral student Eldrin Deas wins national award from Education Pioneers
Deas was one of ten finalists for the award; student William Jackson named runner-up.
School of Education honors seven at annual Alumni Awards Dinner
The School of Education has honored seven people – a vice president at the UNC system’s General Administration and six alumni – at its 15th annual Distinguished Alumni Awards Dinner.
Alumnus Ron Miller (Ph.D. '76) is lunging into his 50th year as Carolina's fencing coach.
Miller, the longest tenured coach at Carolina, has a simple answer to what keeps him going: He's having fun!
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.
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