Watson Chronicle

WATSON COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

Welcome to New Faculty

The Watson College of Education is pleased to introduce five new faculty members. Please join us in extending a warm welcome to William Holmes, Chuck Jurich, Kevin McClure, Marta Sánchez and Lynn Sikma. More

Watson College News

BT Matters Pilot Begins in Clinton City Schools

WCE’s Beginning Teaching Matters program (BT Matters) seeks to retain teachers through a community-based network of support. WCE is partnering with Clinton City Schools to pilot the program during the 2014-15 academic year. More

Upcoming Events

Terrell Strayhorn to Speak on Campus Oct. 20

The Watson College is pleased to announce a fall public speaker event Oct. 20 featuring motivational lecturer and author Terrell Strayhorn of The Ohio State University. The event titled, “Access and Excellence: A Balancing Act in Public Education” is free and open to the community. More

WCE Scholarship Brown Bag Series Continues

Watson College faculty will share research during lunchtime presentations during the fall and spring semesters. Faculty, staff, students and community members are invited to attend Scholarship Brown Bag Series events. View the 2014-15 schedule here.More

Population Workshop for K-8 STEM Teachers – Oct. 4

CESTEM will hold a teacher workshop Oct. 4 to share interdisciplinary activities that help students understand the ecological footprint and challenges of sharing finite resources as the global population expands. The workshop is free and open to K-8 STEM teachers. Registration is required. More

Raspberry Pi Workshop for STEM Teachers – Oct. 18

The WCE Star Scholarship Program and UNCW’s CESTEM office will hold a teacher workshop Oct. 18 to share ways teachers can use the Raspberry Pi technology to develop integrated STEM activities for students. The workshop is free and open to STEM teachers of grades 5-12. Registration is required. More

Education Updates and Features

Student Opportunities & Student News

Education Living-Learning Community Opens on Campus

Ten UNCW freshmen moved into Schwarz Hall on campus this fall, as part of the new Education Living-Learning Community created by the Watson College. WCE hosted a reception to welcome ELLC students in August. Academic and social activities and peer mentoring began in September. More

Support for Educators in the Field

Programs for P-12 Students

Our College Community