Carrie Swart Tulbert, ’01, was named Principal of the Year for North Carolina. She is currently the principal at Mooresville Middle School. . . Read More
Karla Gregory Nantz, ’04, Social Studies teacher, Cary High School. Read More
Hannah Thornton, ’14, Language Arts/Social Studies teacher, Daniels Middle School was one of four Diane-Kent Parker First Year Teacher award winners in WCPSS.
Associate Professor of Education, CeCe Toole, and Assistant Professor of Education, Courtney George, sponsored two camps for elementary students. . . Read More
Amanda Hilliard Smith, ’06, recently published her book, The Williamston Freedom Movement: A North Carolina Town’s Struggle for Civil Rights, 1957-1970. She was also named N.C. History Teacher of the Year by the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History. Read More
Amy Roach, ’11 MAT Graduate, received a CenturyLink Clarke M. Williams Foundation Grant. Read More
Associate Professor of Education Julie Schrock and Associate Professor of Education CeCe Toole have been... Read More
Professor of Education Mary Kay Delaney focused on “Why Fidgeting and Doodling Matter: Reflecting... Read More
Meredith College made the “Top 50 Alma Maters of National Board Certified Teachers in 2014.”... Read More
Elisabeth Pagach, ’15, M.Ed., worked as an elementary school teacher until she decided to start a family. After taking time off to raise her...more
For Yi Deng, ’15, earning a Meredith Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) degree proved to be a worthy experience.
Yi, who chose to pursue...more
After graduating from high school, Satina Smith, ’06, was working as a teacher’s assistant. She had already heard that Meredith was the place...more
Meredith alumna Carrie Swart Tulbert, '01, principal of Mooresville Middle School, was named the 2014 Wells Fargo North Carolina Principal of the Year during a luncheon ceremony held on...more
Watch strong senior Senttra Snowden-Gregg, an English major with 9-12 teaching licensure, talk about her Meredith experience.more
Senttra Snowden-Gregg can't wait to start teaching high school English. A born leader with a passion for reaching all students as individuals and a love of American literature, this graduating senior knows what it takes to be a strong teacher.
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