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College of Education News

April Student Spotlight: JuanEs Ramirez

Meet JuanEs Ramirez. JuanEs is currently pursuing his doctoral degree in Educational Leadership in the Reich College of Education. Originally from Medellin, Colombia, JuanEs moved with his family to Hickory, North Carolina to start over after his country became too dangerous from the prolonged... [more]

April Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Precious Mudiwa

April 8, 2015 - Dr. Precious Mudiwa, school administration associate professor in the Department of Leadership and Educational Studies, truly knows the value of an education. “I escaped poverty because of education."  A citizen of Zimbabwe, Precious taught history and Shona (the native... [more]

Over 220 RCOE Scholars Recognized at the 2015 Scholarship Reception

March 26, 2015- The Reich College of Education held its annual scholarship reception March 20th, recognizing undergraduate and graduate student scholarship recipients and the donors who funded them. More than $400,000 in scholarship aid was awarded to about 220 students during the 2014-15 academic... [more]

Reading Clinic named for Reich College of Education benefactor Pat A. Anderson

March 20, 2015 Boone —A reading clinic at Appalachian State University that helps children improve their reading skills has been named in honor of university benefactor Pat A. Anderson of Taylorsville. A major contribution to the clinic was made by Anderson's daughters through the TSH Charitable... [more]
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