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Alumna Named Schools' Teachers of the Year for 2013-14 in WCPSS

Lisa Guenther--Timber Drive Elementary

Katie Holloman--Oak Grove Elementary

Watch this video of Satina Smith

Watch this video of Satina Smith, '06, '11 (M.Ed.), who earned her Master of Education in... Read More

Meredith Hosts South Atlantic Philosophy of Education Society Conference

The Meredith College Department of Education hosted the 58th Annual Conference of the South Atlantic... Read More

How Can Parents Help Children Catch Up After School Absences?

Associate Professor of Education Julie Schrock was an expert source for in an... Read More

Professor of Education Mary Kay Delaney Appointed to State Task Force

Professor of Education Mary Kay Delaney has been appointed to the North Carolina Department of... Read More

Faculty Distinguished Lecture Explores Movement in Teaching

Professor of Education Mary Kay Delaney focused on “Why Fidgeting and Doodling Matter: Reflecting... Read More

Meredith’s Teaching Alumnae Among Top 50 Nationally

Meredith College made the “Top 50 Alma Maters of National Board Certified Teachers in 2014.”... Read More

Alumna Named School’s Teacher of the Year

Meredith College alumna Lauryn DuPree, ’09, has been named Teacher of the Year at Northwoods... Read More

Alumna’s Work in Special Ed Recognized by Wake County Public Schools

Meredith College alumna Brittany Phelps, ’11, has been recognized by the Wake County Public School... Read More


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Strong Stories

Strong Seniors | Christa Allen

Strong Seniors | Christa Allen

Christa Allen, ’15, arrived at Meredith as a 17-year-old with a strong sense of self. But over the course of four years, the accounting major...more

Strong Seniors | Angie Ramkellawan

Strong Seniors | Angie Ramkellawan

Watch strong senior Angie Ramkellawan, a business administration major, talk about her Meredith experience.



Education at Meredith

Strong Story | Senttra Snowden-Gregg

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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