Student News


Graduate student Amy Lerner wins grad school award

Amy Lerner, a Ph.D. student in the Early Childhood, Intervention and Literacy program, has won a Graduate Education Advancement Board Impact Award from Carolina's Graduate School.

M.A.T. student Matt Hughes representing N.C. at Democratic Convention

If you're watching the Democratic National Convention on television, you may want to keep an eye out for M.A.T. student Matt Hughes.

Doctoral student Danielle Allen wins Graduate School fellowship

Danielle Allen, a first-year student in Policy, Leadership and School Improvement, has been awarded a highly competitive Carolina fellowship.

Doctoral student Amy Lerner completes handbook on refugees

Amy Lerner, a Ph.D. student in the early childhood, special education and literacy program, has published a handbook to help educators who work with refugees from Burma.

Student Domonique Garland talks about introducing the president

Domonique Garland, a senior majoring in elementary education, was making headlines after she introduced President Barack Obama during his appearance at UNC-Chapel Hill on Tuesday.

Senior Elaine Townsend wins Fulbright, Diversity awards

Townsend has won a Fulbright award, which will send her to work teaching English for a year in South Korea. She was the undergraduate student winner of Carolina’s 2012 University Diversity Award. Additionally, in March she has been inducted into the Order of the Golden Fleece, Carolina’s oldest and highest honorary society.

Doctoral student Amy Lerner receives $61,500 grant from REED Foundation

Amy Lerner, a second-year Ph.D. student in the early childhood, special education and literacy program, has received the REED Foundation's Ruth Landes Memorial Research Fund grant.

Abby Poeske in South Africa

Abby Poeske, a junior from Ohio who is majoring in middle grades education, spent the Fall 2011 semester living, studying and working in South Africa.

Doctoral students make presentation to Chatham school officials

Six UNC-Chapel Hill doctoral students on Wednesday presented Chatham County schools officials a report describing a method to conduct evaluations of teacher effectiveness.

Four doctoral students win Educational Leadership awards

Four doctoral candidates in the Educational Leadership program have won awards from the program.

Graduate Student Association hosting research symposium

The School of Education's Graduate Student Association is hosting a research symposium on Jan. 21 to share knowledge regarding improving learning opportunities.

Master's student Brian Woodard included in UNC profile

Brian Woodard, a master’s candidate in the School of Education’s school counseling program, is included in a feature profile on the UNC-Chapel Hill website homepage.