The following UNCG faculty were awarded $3000 research fellowships from the Coalition for Diverse Language Communities (with support from School of Education Interim Dean Penfield and Vice Provost Shelton) for their collaborative work with members of diverse language communities:

 

  • Stephanie Kurtts and Teresa Little, Specialized Education Services, School of Education, UNCG with Andrea Buka, Walter Sisulu University, Mthatha, Eastern Cape, South Africa for Building Inclusive Educational Practice Across Cultures and Countries
  • Spoma Jovanovic, Communication Studies, UNCG and Vincent Russell, graduate student, Communication Studies, UNCG for Incorporating Diverse Language Communities into Greensboro Participatory Budgeting
  • Rebecca B. MacLeod, Music Education, UNCG; Julia Reeves, graduate student in Music Performance, UNCG; Dixie Ortiz, Undergraduate Student in Music Education, UNCG for Increasing Access to String Instruction Across Cultures
  • Sudha Shreeniwas, Dept. of HDFS & CNNC Research Fellow, UNCG; Sharon D. Morrison, Dept. of PHE & CNNC Research Fellow, UNCG; Andrew Young, Volunteer Coordinator at Bonner Center, Guilford College & CNNC research Fellow at UNCG; H’Yua Adrong, UNCG student, President/Leader of the Montagnard American Association for “This is Health for Our Families!” –Montagnard Hypertension Prevention

 

For more information about their projects, click the link below.

Press release-cdlc fellows 2015_16

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