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Scholarship Support Program Projects: October Presentations Oct 20, 2020

This past summer, the Reich College of Education (RCOE) funded ten projects to support faculty and staff on research and creative projects through the Summer Scholarship Support Program.

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Matt Cooper

Alumni Update: Matthew Cooper ’03 ’08 Oct 15, 2020

Matthew Cooper, originally from Nashville, Tennessee, graduated in 2003 with a B.S.

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Appalachian Community of Education Scholars

Appalachian Community of Education Scholars: Apply by November 1, 2020 Oct 12, 2020

Are you a prospective App State student planning to major in education?  Apply now to be a part of the... Features

Five From the RCOE Participate in the Education Policy Fellowship Program Oct 12, 2020

Five faculty and staff in the Reich College of Education (RCOE) will be participating in the Education Policy Fellowship Program (EPFP): Dr.

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Dustin Evatt-Young

Dustin Evatt-Young Awarded the Alice P. Naylor Outstanding Dissertation Award Oct 9, 2020

Dustin Evatt-Young, originally from Easley, South Carolina, and currently living in Cleveland, Ohio, was awarded the Alice P.

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Diamond Slone Couch

Diamond Slone Couch Receives Fellowship Oct 5, 2020

Diamond Slone Couch, a graduate student in the Reich College of Education’s (RCOE) Marriage and Family T... Features

Megan DePasquale

Megan DePasquale Awarded the Leslie Dunn Memorial Scholarship Oct 5, 2020

Megan DePasquale, of Albemarle, North Carolina, was awarded the Leslie Dunn Memorial Scholarship.

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Meg Kovacs teaching

Alumni Update: Meg Kovacs ’09 ’13 Sep 29, 2020

Margaret “Meg” Kovacs (née Sanford), originally from Hickory, North Carolina, graduated in 2009 with a B.S.

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LillyBess Rollins

LilyBess Rollins Opens Little Library for Service-Learning Project Sep 23, 2020

As part of her Children at Risk course last spring, LilyBess Rollins, a senior elementary education major, outlined a little lending library... Features