2022 SRET

This year a total of 12 SRET Fellows were selected after a competitive application process to participate in SRET 2022 — “The Right to Rights: Integrating Peacebuilding in the Classroom.” The following 12 teachers will collaborate with Patricia Shafer, Senior Fellow for the Alliance for Peacebuilding, to understand and apply principles of Peace Education in K-12 classrooms. 2022 SRET Fellows:

  • Tamara Babulski, World History, Independence High School
  • Vita Bojas, American History, West Charlotte High School
  • NaKreshia Cox, Science, Hopewell High School
  • Matt Cramer, 6th Grade Social Studies, Piedmont Open IB Middle
  • Regina Dula, Science, Cochrane Collegiate Academy
  • Tammy Hawk, 6th Grade Social Studies, Albemarle Road IB Middle
  • Sara Herrera-Dandridge, English as a Second Language, Ardrey Kell HS
  • Matt Kelly, Spanish, Independence High School
  • Lynn Roach, American History, West Charlotte High School
  • Milagros Ugueto, Spanish, Olympic High School
  • Angela Walker, English, West Charlotte High School
  • Jessica Young, 7th Grade Science/Social Studies, Cochrane Collegiate

These 12 SRET Fellows will research, write, and create curricula for their diverse classrooms. This research will be on display as the Fellows present poster presentations during the UNC Charlotte Research Symposium on Friday, 5 August 2022. Throughout the process, the Fellows will not only deepen their knowledge of Peace Education in various K-12 classrooms, but also in the principles of research ethics, as well as best practices in academic communication.

SRET Fellows’ final abstracts and poster presentations will be posted here after the 5 August Symposium.

Images from SRET 2022 Kickoff Meeting on Monday, 20 June 2022,

at the Dubois Center at UNC Charlotte Center City.