SCOLT Award

Congratulations to Professor Emeritus Mary Lynn Redmond, who was honored with the 2019 Southern Conference on Language Teaching (SCOLT) Founders Award. The award is presented to a member who has made significant contributions to SCOLT throughout a number of years and who exemplifies the spirit and ideals of the founders of the organization. https://www.scolt.org/index.php/awards/founders-award

Student Teacher of the Year Finalist

Congrats to Haleigh Monyek (’18), who is a finalist for the North Carolina Association of Colleges and Teacher Educators (NCACTE) student teacher of the year award. Haleigh student taught last fall at Vienna Elementary in Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools and now teaches in Chicago. She will be honored at a reception in October.

Congratulations Nathan Tulburt

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.

Alums Awarded Funds

Thirteen Wake Forest University alumni currently teaching in North Carolina public schools were awarded one of our 15th Anniversary Emerging Teacher Leader Network (ETLN) Awards to support professional development and classroom resources. Congratulations to the following teacher leaders: Jatnna Acosta (Old Town Elementary, Winston-Salem), Tamara Akinbo (Wiley Middle School, Winston-Salem), Virginia Browne (Glenn High School, […]

Alum Brian Johnson Authors Book Chapter

Brian Johnson (MAEd, ’91) recently authored a chapter called “What are We Doing to Support ‘These’ Students to Meet their Potential? Strategies for Creating Equitable Classrooms” in the edited book The Guide for White Women Who Teach Black Boys (Moore Jr., Michael, & Penick-Parks, 2017). Brian currently works as the Director of Admission, 1st-7th Grade […]