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The Impact of GiveUNC

In 2021, the UNC School of Education raised more than $135,000 on GiveUNC from 142 donors who supported a variety of funds in the school.

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In 2021, the UNC School of Education raised more than $135,000 on GiveUNC from 142 donors who supported a variety of funds in the school.

In 2021, the UNC School of Education raised more than $135,000 on GiveUNC from 142 donors who supported a variety of funds in the school.

One gift helped create three new endowed faculty scholar funds, which recognize early career scholars and help them pursue promising lines of research. Some gifts supported existing scholarship funds for undergraduate, master’s and doctoral students. And other gifts gave the dean flexibility to provide school-wide professional development opportunities for faculty, staff and students.

One professional development opportunity enabled faculty members Sandra Evarrs, Steve Knotek and Marisa Marraccini to lead two sessions that provided faculty and staff with strategies and best practices for supporting students’ mental health needs. Another professional development opportunity featured alumna Ronda Taylor Bullock ’19 (Ph.D.) — cofounder and executive director of we are, a nonprofit organization that provides anti-racism training for children, families and educators — who conducted a two-part anti-racist education workshop for students, faculty and staff.

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