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Community-Engaged Graduate Course and Network


Are you a UNCG graduate student interested in learning more about community-engaged approaches to scholarship and practice? These two opportunities …Read More


ICEE Student Research Fellows Program


The Institute for Community and Economic Engagement (ICEE) is now accepting student applications to join the Institute in Spring 2017 …Read More


UNCG SERVE’s Christina Dukes Supports Homeless Children, Gets National Honor


Christina Dukes has received the 2015 Award for Distinguished Service and Leadership from the National Association for the Education of Homeless …Read More


Dancers Connect Application Deadline


Dancers Connect is a free community dance program for children ages 7-18 who love to dance. It gives Triad area …Read More


Partnership with Guilford County and Winston-Salem/Forsyth Schools Receives Funding


Dr. Karen Wixson (School of Education) received a continuation of funding for more than $1 million from the U.S. Department …Read More


Education Maker Faire Friday 11:15 a.m.


You are invited to attend UNCG’s Learning Factory Summer Camp Maker Faire on July 24. The UNCG School of Education’s …Read More


Present at the Triad Teacher Research Conference


The Triad Teacher Researchers (TTR) is a network of teachers dedicated to thoughtful teaching and learning. The Network began as a …Read More


Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Speaker


Every year, several universities in the United States are selected by the Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholars Program to host …Read More


Winter NCCC Meetings Focus on Social Justice


How do we define difference and diversity? When when we talk about inclusion, who is in the “unnamed center”? And …Read More


AERA Education Research Service Projects Initiative Extended Deadline January 15, 2015


AERA’s Education Research Service Projects (ERSP) program encourages education researchers to offer their pro bono expertise to educational organizations, institutions, …Read More