Welcome SOE Alumni! As a graduate, you are now a member of the School of Education Alumni Association (SOEAA), and you join a community of over 16,000 SOE graduates! Our alumni and friends are an integral part of what makes the School of Education at UNCG as impactful as it is today.
As distinguished alumni, we are proud you are a part of our family, and hope you will stay engaged with us and update us on your life after graduation. We love to celebrate our alumni and their successes, so be sure and share your news with us! We look forward to fostering a lifelong relationship and helping you to be champions, ambassadors and advocates for the School of Education.
For additional questions regarding the SOEAA, or if you are interested in joining the board, contact Kim Kaufmann, External Engagement and Outreach Coordinator.
Meet the Team
Alumni Relations & Events Coordinator
Senior Director of Development
- 1968 Alum Ms. Mary Cobb Northington Visits New SOE Building for the First Time (10/5/2018) - On September 26, 2018, the School of Education had the pleasure of hosting Ms. Mary Cobb Northington at the SOE Building for the first time since she graduated in 1968. She was joined by two of her daughters, Beth and Sandi, and her granddaughter Linley (also a SOE alumna). They were welcomed by TEHE Department […]
- Tammy Gruer joins Department of Library and Information Studies (5/16/2018) - We are pleased to announce that Tammy Gruer will be joining the Department of Library and Information Studies on August 1st, 2018. Tammy Gruer is National Board Certified and will be Clinical Assistant Professor and coordinator for the Practicum in School Library Media, and will teach Materials for Children and School Library Media Specialist and […]
- LIS Alum, Wanda Brown, elected president-elect of ALA (4/11/2018) - Please join us in congratulating Wanda Brown, UNCG LIS alum and Director of Library Services at the C.G. O’Kelly Library, Winston-Salem State University, for winning the 2019-2020 ALA Presidency. We are so proud of you! Read more about her ALA win here: americanlibrariesmagazine.org/blogs/the-scoop/brown-wins-2019-2020-ala-presidency/