Three Questions with Mary Ward
Mary Ward, a participant in our Education Minor, recently won a “Best Poster” award at a Carolina showcase of undergraduate research. We ask about that and her work on reviving the Yackety Yack!
Paul Cuadros to give Commencement address May 9The Carolina journalism professor is an award-winning journalist, book author and Latino community activist.
Three Questions with Alex Ford
Rising senior Alex Ford, recently inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa honor society, talks in this “Three Questions” feature about what she’s learned about education and what she has gained from her civic work.
Science Fest Slideshow!
School of Education faculty member Nick Cabot talks about the UNC Science Festival held April 11 and the demonstration of robots built by the Tar Heel Robots #3331, a US FIRST Robotics team that he advises.
Three Questions with Simone Diggs
Simone Diggs, a student in the School Counseling master’s degree program, recently won a runner-up award in the American Counseling Association’s Student Ethics essay competition.
Three Questions with Fenwick English
Fenwick “Fen” English, the R. Wendell Eaves Sr. Distinguished Professor of Educational Leadership at the School of Education, is the editor of the newly published “SAGE Guide to Educational Leadership and Management.”
a 'teacher first'
Coach Dean Smith embodied what you love about Carolina -- devotion to team, to friends, to education and to doing good.
Learning by doing: Experience key component in master's program
Through experiential education, the Masters of Education for Experienced Teachers program helps teachers explore powerful new ways of teaching.
Remembering Carol Malloy, 1943-2015
Carol Malloy, a faculty member at the School of Education for 15 years, is being remembered as an accomplished teacher, influential researcher and beloved mentor.
UNC, Ancestry.com collaborate to create new history teaching guide
LEARN NC and Ancestry.com have collaborated in a project to create a resource for educators who want to incorporate family history in their teaching.
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The School of Education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill offers highly effective undergraduate, graduate and post-baccalaureate degrees and programs. Our faculty prepare leaders in early childhood education, public schools, higher education, policy and in public service. They also pursue rigorous, practice-oriented research, and provide important service.
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