Gerry Unks retires after 45 years of 'masterful' teaching
Gerry Unks

Gerry Unks, loved by many of the more than 24,000 students he taught during a 45-year Carolina career, has retired.

Our coverage includes a Q&A with Unks, a collection of comments from colleagues and former students, a video profile, and more. ... [Read more]

From the Dean: New tool helps improve teacher preparation
Dean Bill McDiarmid

The Teacher Performance Assessment project is providing a way for schools of education to identify needed improvements in their teacher-preparation programs. ... [Read more]

School revamps Ph.D. program
Peabody Hall

The School of Education has revamped its Ph.D. in Education program, establishing five new research specializations that will be fully available to students in Fall 2013. ... [Read more]

Our Honor Roll of Contributors is online!
Thank you

Our annual Honor Roll of Contributors is online! We thank you for your continued support of your School of Education! ... [Read the Honor Roll]

Carolina Slate newsletter is on its way!
Carolina Slate newsletter

The Fall edition of our Carolina Slate newsletter is on its way to you. Look for it in your mailbox soon! (Or, if you can't wait, take a look at it now ... right here!)

Faculty News
Cizek, Marshall and Stone named to professorships

Three faculty members of the School of Education -- Gregory Cizek, Catherine Marshall and Lynda Stone -- have been named to professorships. ... [Read more]

Glazier, Hall join Faculty Engaged Scholars program

Jocelyn Glazier and Leigh Hall are among the 10 UNC-Chapel Hill faculty members selected by the Carolina Center for Public Service as the fourth class of the Faculty Engaged Scholars program. ... [Read more]

Faculty news roundup

Catch up with our faculty, by learning about some of their presentations, grants won, books they've published, and more. ... [Read more]

Student News
Ph.D. student Amy Lerner wins Graduate School award

Her project is aimed at helping prepare local educators for teaching immigrant children. ... [Read more]