From the Dean: Disrupting the Status Quo
Dean Bill McDiarmid

Our School of Education is deeply engaged in rethinking how we ensure every student has access to powerful educational resources and supports. We're not satisfied with the status quo. ... [Read more]

Five honored at 2013 Distinguished Alumni Awards Dinner
James Gallagher and Bill McDiarmid

At the 14th annual Distinguished Alumni Awards Dinner, five people were honored by the School of Education, including James Gallagher, former director of the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute. ... [Read more]

Photo Gallery: The Distinguished Alumni Awards Dinner
Betty Siegel

View photos from the 2013 Distinguished Alumni Awards Dinner! ... [Visit gallery]

Judith Meece named McMichael Professor
Judith Meece

Judith Meece, professor of educational psychology, has been named to the School of Education’s McMichael Term Professorship, becoming the second faculty member to hold the professorship. ... [Read more]

Lillie Cox (Ed.D. '09) named finalist for national award
Lillie Cox

Lillie Cox (Ed.D. ’09), superintendent of the Alamance-Burlington School System, has been named a finalist for the 2014 Women in School Leadership Award, presented by AASA, the School Superintendents Association. ... [Read more]

Student Profile: Jillian Froelick took a life-changing journey
Jillian Froelick

Jillian Froelick, a Robertson Scholar double majoring in sociology and child development and family studies, took a year off to volunteer in Tanzania before coming to Carolina. It changed her life. ... [Read more]

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