Welcome to the 2018-2019 Department of Education graduate students. We have an amazing group of students who have come to Wake Forest University from all over the country.
Alumni Update: Great article on Amy Talley, the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools teacher of the year. Amy regularly leads cultural diversity workshops and supervises internships for our Wake Forest students, and she is an alum of our M.A.Ed. program. https://bit.ly/2scLLMl
Faculty Update: Congratulations to Dr. Mary Lynn Redmond, who will retire this spring after 29 years in the Department of Education at Wake Forest University. Dr. Redmond is the epitome of a teacher-scholar, and she has been an incredible mentor to faculty and students across the Wake Forest campus. Please take a moment to read […]
Congrats to Zach Gordon (’16), a special education teacher at T.L. Hanna High School in Anderson, SC, for being named the Anderson 5 School District Rookie Teacher of the Year. Zach is a graduate of our elementary education program.
Congratulations to Dr. Adam Friedman and Dr. Alan Brown, who received tenure and promotion this week at Wake Forest University. Dr. Friedman was promoted to Full Professor, and Dr. Brown was promoted to Associate Professor. They are pictured here at the celebration with Dr. Leah McCoy.
Congratulations to our 2017-2018 student teachers & community interns. Yesterday we celebrated their successes and achievements with a reception in Tribble Hall. Thanks to the many Wake Forest and WS/FCS educators & administrators who attended to support these wonderful students.
Alumni Update: Congratulations to Nathan Tulburt (MAEd, ’17), who was runner-up for the Wake Forest University Graduate School of Arts & Sciences Three-Minute Thesis Competition. Nathan was also awarded the People’s Choice Award, given to the most popular presentation voted on by the more than one hundred attendees.
Alumni Update: Virginia Browne (MAEd, 2015) has been selected by the UNC Center for European Studies to join a cohort of eight NC K-12 teachers, community college instructors, and HBCU/MSI faculty for a study tour to Brussels, Belgium in June. This tour is a five-day professional development opportunity to learn about the European Union in […]
Department Update: We are excited for edCamp336 at Wake Forest University on Saturday, March 24. All educators from across the region are invited to attend. The event is free. We will also celebrate Wake ‘N Shake that day to support cancer research! For more information or to register: bit.ly/edcamp336
Wake Forest University’s Secrest Series will host an evening with saxophone player extraordinaire Branford Marsalis on Thursday, March 22, at 7:30pm. Our own Dr. Ali Sakkal will enrich your concert-going experience with a pre-performance talk at 6:30 pm in Wait Chapel as he is joined by Mr. Marsalis for a discussion about the evening’s performance. […]