North Carolina A&T Teaching Fellows
We currently have several Teaching Fellows showing leadership both inside and outside the classroom. The following Fellows hold key leadership positions with other organizations they are a part of here at North Carolina A&T State University.
- Ashley Alston - President, NC Council of Teachers of Mathematics
- Arquize Bower - President and Student Director, University Fellowship Gospel Choir
- Alexis Cash - Treasurer, Student Government Association
- AnJanette Hunt - Chief of Staff, Student Government Association
- Adrienne Jernigan - President, National Association for Music Education
- Britney Newton - President, Sigma Tau Delta English Honor Society
- Brandon Morrison - Vice-President, Senior Class
Inside the classroom we have Fellows that are showing that despite their rigorous schedules they are still some of the top performers at our illustrious university. These Fellows were on the Deans List for the Spring 2013 semester with one making the "A Team" by having a 4.0 GPA.
- Mariah Allen
- Ashley Alston
- Nina Fuller
- AnJanette Hunt - A Team Member
- Adrienne Jernigan
- Hilliary Johnson
- Britney Newton
Triad Teaching Fellows Conference
On April 5, 2014 the Triad Teaching Fellows (NC A&T, UNCG and ELON) will host their 3rd Triad Leadership Conference. The conference will be hosted here on the campus of North Carolina A&T STate University. The theme of this year's conference is "Educators Creating a Paradigm Shift: A Catalyst for Change in the 21st Century Classroom." There are four strands that address the theme - Diversity, Alternative Learning Environments, Successful 21st Century Teachers, and Teachers as Professions. The conference is open to all students across the state of North Carolina that are interested. Educators from across the state will be presenting during concurrent sessions, giving participants a variety of topics to engage in during the conference.
If you have any questions, please contact: Director, Mr. Dominique Harrison, NC A&T Teaching Fellows Program, Proctor Hall Room 131, 1601 E. Market Street, Greensboro, NC 27411