A Discussion with Teachers from Ferguson, Missouri - Oct. 22, 2014
In light of recent events in Ferguson, Missouri, Watson College has organized a discussion with teachers currently working in the area on October 22, 2014 from 5-7pm in the Teaching Lab Building, Room 1053. RSVP to Bethany Meighen at 910.962.3369 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Spaces are limited.
4th Annual WCE Scholarship Brown Bag Series - TOMORROW!
All faculty, staff, students and community members are invited to join us for lunchtime presentations throughout our fall and spring semesters.
View the 2014-2015 schedule >
Archived presentations are available online >
Worried about getting a teaching job?
Come out to hear recent Watson graduates discuss interview strategies, the first year in the classroom and the transition from student to teacher. Brought to you by the Watson Student Leaders. Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014 from 5:30-7pm in EB 162.
Fall 2014 WCE Speaker Series: Dr. Terrell Strayhorn
Terrell L. Strayhorn, Ph.D., is Professor of Higher Education at The Ohio State University, where he also serves as Director of the Center for Higher Education Enterprise. His research agenda focuses on major policy issues in education: student access and achievement, equity and diversity, impact of college on students, and student learning and development. View the lecture >
UNCW AIG Reboot Conference - April 17, 2015
The UNCW Watson College of Education's Academically & Intellectically Gifted program will host the UNCW AIG Reboot Conference on April 17, 2015, featuring speaker Ian Byrd. Register online now >
New Masters of Arts in Teaching program with a specialization in Teaching English as a Second Language
Interested in teaching English as a Second Language but need to be certified? Check out our new Masters of Arts in Teaching program with a specialization in Teaching English as a Second Language. You can be initially certified in North Carolina in our new program! Email Dr. Eleni Pappamihiel for more information
The 2014 October Mini-Edition of the Watson Chronicle is online!
Want to know what Watson College has been doing this semester? Want to know what's coming up for Fall? We have all of those wonderful stories and more in the newest edition of the Watson Chronicle online.
2014 Connections Magazine - Our Exceptional Students
View the Fall 2014 edition of Connections Magazine from the Watson College of Education. Learn about what our amazing students have been doing to make education better. We are so proud of our exceptional students and can't wait to share their stories with you! View online >
2014 STAR Grant and CESTEM Workshops
The WCE STAR Grant and the UNCW CESTEM office are proud to offer several FREE workshops to teachers throughout the fall semester. Check out the STAR grant website for more information >
2014 Poverty Simulations
Faculty from the Watson College will provide two Poverty Simulations during the fall semester. This is the fifth year the program has been offered. To date, more than 1,500 UNCW students and community members have participated in the simulation, which provides an opportunity to get a glimpse into some of the challenges families living in poverty face every day. Learn more >
Become a Watson College Student Leader! Attend any one of our Information Sessions to learn more!
Watson wants dedicated and enthusiatic individuals who are passionate about teaching and want to represent the Watson College through leadership, professionalism, and service of the past, present and future WCE Alumni! Learn more >
International Studies Programs Available!
Learn more about the WCE International Studies Programs available to students. Internships and study abroad opportunities in Belize, Costa Rica, Japan, Kuwait and Malawi!
Alumni - Update Your Information
As a valued member of the Seahawk family, we want to learn more about the areas of the university that are most important to you. Please take a moment to review your contact information and make any changes by visiting www.uncw.edu/alumniupdate
WCE College Meeting
3pm in EB 162
A Discussion with Teachers from Ferguson, Missouri
5pm in Teaching Lab Building, Room 1053. Please RSVP with Bethany Meighan. Spaces are limited.
WCE Graduate Information Session
6pm in EB 266
WCE Brown Bag Series: “Evolution and Revolution of Uni-SPIRE and the Universal Writing Continuum”
12pm in EB 162
The Flipped Classroom and Applied Learning
12:30pm in McNeil Hall 1051
Literacy Live from the Snake Pit!!!
1pm in the Education Bulding
WCE Staff Conference
9am in Madeline Suite
Educational Leadership Graduate Student Association (ELGSA) Meeting
6pm in EB 331