The Cato College of Education


Sinai and Synapses Fellowship Logo
September 14, 2017
Cato College of Education professor Ian Binns has been selected for a national fellowship made up of an interfaith group of clergy, scientists and writers who are committed to elevating the discourse surrounding religion and science.

Student working on math assignment
September 13, 2017
Cato College of Education professor Drew Polly is working with researchers and instructors across the state to enhance the professional development resources available to North Carolina math teachers. The “Tools for Teachers” project will take advantage of the classroom experiences and expertise of many district coaches and curriculum leaders working collaboratively with higher education professors and the pilot teachers.

Bank of America Teaching Award Finalists
September 8, 2017
Faculty members who demonstrate significant impact within and beyond their classrooms can be recognized with one of UNC Charlotte’s top honors – the Bank of America Award for Teaching Excellence. Cato College of Education professor Amy Good has been selected as a finalist for the golden jubilee presentation of the award.

UNC Charlotte entrance
September 6, 2017
A $1.25 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education will fund five future UNC Charlotte special education Ph.D. students’ training in an important specialization in the field. Awarded by the Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP), the grant builds on and intertwines with the Cato College of Education’s current programming in special education by preparing scholars to be higher education faculty with a specialty in multi-tiered academic and behavioral interventions.