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SOE Recruits in the Bahamas

 Jeffrey Cagle, SOE Marketing Intern North Carolina Central University recently extended recruitment efforts to the Bahamas, giving students in the Caribbean nation an opportunity to enroll in programs offered by various departments within the School of Education. Dr. Levette S. Dames, an assistant professor in...
 
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NCCU Graduating Seniors Join Teach For America

      Five graduating North Carolina Central University seniors were accepted into Teach For America’s 2015 teaching corps. The following students were selected:   Cameron Simms, elementary education student Shari Crews,...
 
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Future Eaglettes Visit the SOE

A very special group of fourth and fifth graders from Seawell Elementary School in Chapel Hill/Carrboro, NC came to NCCU to tour the campus, meet with Chancellor Debra Saunders-White, Dean WLee and the faculty and staff of the SOE.  While visiting, the students toured the sloping hills and verdant green of our beautiful...
 
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MSA Meet -N- Greet and Celebrate New Faculty Author

MSA Meet -N- Greet and Celebrate New Faculty Author The Master of School Administration program at NCCU sponsored a gathering for students who have completed the licensure-only program and 2015 MSA graduates. The event also featured Dr. Dionne V. McLaughlin, assistant professor in the MSA program, author of a new...
 
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Teaching with Digital Materials & Learning Technologies

The Technology Institute for Educators was founded as a summer service project in 2009 by Dr. Prince Hycy Bull, while he was the program coordinator of the Educational Technology Program. Dr. Bull continues to coordinate the Institute as a service project with the support of graduate students in the Educational Technology...
 
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SOE Professor Radio Guest for International Women's Day

Dr. Kyla M. Sawyer-Kurian, a professor in the School of Education’s counselor education program, joined Dr. Wendee Wechsberg of RTI International recently as guests on WNCU (90.7 FM) for The Measure of Every Day Life program. The two were part of special segment on the health and well being of women in...
 
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Sixty Candidates Inducted into the TEP

The SOE Spring Teacher Education Program (TEP) Induction Ceremony took place on the campus of North Carolina Central University on April 27, 2015. Presiding over the ceremony were Dr. Josephine L. Harris, coordinator of the Mentoring and Pre-Induction Program, and Dr. Sharon L. Spencer, Teacher Education Council...
 
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“Soul Food Junkies” Film Examines Food-Health Connection

Filmmaker Byron Hurt visited North Carolina Central University in April for a screening of his documentary “Soul Food Junkies,” which explores the origins of soul food and its health impacts on African-Americans today. Hurt’s film connects culinary traditions to African-American cultural history,...
 
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"Getting to the Common Core"

The School of Education recently hosted a celebration and book signing for Dr. Sharon L. Spencer, Ph.D., and Dr. Sandra A. Vavra, Ph.D., both full-professors at North Carolina Central University and authors and editors of Getting to the Common Core: Using Research-based Strategies that Empower Students to Own...
 
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Feature Film “Soul Food Junkies” April 22nd, 6:30 pm.

The Center For Translational Health Equality at North Carolina Central University is a research project that focuses on minority health disparities. “Soul Food Junkies” by Byron Hurt is a documentary film about food, family, tradition, and the health consequences Hurt refers to as “soul sickness”...
 
 
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