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WATSON COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

Upcoming Events

Rosenwald School Legacy Conference – April 10, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

The 2015 African Americans and Education: The Rosenwald School Legacy Conference will be held at the Watson College on April 10. The conference, designed to inspire dialogue about the history of education for African Americans, is sponsored by UNCW’s Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion, Upperman African American Cultural Center, the Department of History and the Watson College. The event is open to the community. Registration is now open.More

Coaching, Mentoring and Self-Mentoring Conference – April 11

A conference titled “Building Leaders: Using Mentoring, Coaching and Self-mentoring™ to Lead” will be held at the Watson College on April 11. Robert Garvey, professor at the York St. John School of Business in the United Kingdom, is keynote speaker. Registration for the full-day conference is now open.More

UNCW AIG Reboot Conference – April 17

UNCW will host an AIG conference for K-12 educators on April 17. The event titled “Utilizing Technology to Support Advanced Learning” features nationally acclaimed AIG experts, including Ian Byrd and Brian Housand. Registration is now open.More

¡Vivos los queremos! Student Solidarity with Ayotzinapa – April 20, 4:15 – 5:45 p.m.

A panel discussion of issues surrounding the September 2014 abduction of 43 pre-service teachers in Mexico, an event that has garnered global attention, will be held at UNCW’s Lumina Theater on April 20 from 4:15 to 5:45 p.m. followed by a reception. Panelists include a Mexican journalist, a student survivor and experts on human rights. The event, sponsored by UNCW’s Watson College of Education, El Centro Hispano, Department of Sociology and Criminology, the College of Health and Human Services and the Office of International Programs, is free and open to the community.More

Razor Walker Awards Dinner April 27

The 23rd annual Razor Walker Awards ceremony will be held at UNCW’s Burney Center on April 27. Four 2015 honorees will receive an award for distinguished service to the children and youth of North Carolina. The award is presented by the Watson College of Education.More