Miriam Wagner Is the New Leader of the School of Education at North Carolina A&T State University

wagnerMiriam L. Wagner is the new interim dean of the School of Education at North Carolina A&T State University in Greensboro. Dr. Wagner has been on the faculty at the university since 1992. In 2011, she was named chair of the department of human development and services. Prior to joining the faculty at North Carolina A&T, Dr. Wagner was an assistant professor of psychology and director of counseling at Winston-Salem State University in North Carolina.

Dr. Wagner holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, where she doubled majored in psychology and English literature. She holds master’s degrees in human resources and school counseling from North Carolina A&T State University and a doctorate in community counseling from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

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  1. Hi Miriam,

    So sorry to learn of the passing of your father-in-law. He was a member of my fraternity. I hope all is great with you. As for me; I recently retired and moved back from, San Jose, CA. I have two kids, Aimee Marie and Michael Joseph.
    I also have one grandson, Brayden Michael Mason. Yep, I’m growing old, but what a blessing!

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