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Posted November 15, 2012 by Kylie Cafiero.

North Carolina State University honored Dr. David H. Rose at the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation’s Friday Medal Presentation on Wednesday, November 14, 2012. The Friday Medal is awarded annually to honor significant, distinguished and...

Posted November 14, 2012 by Kylie Cafiero.

Students from the Boys and Girls Club, Neighbor to Neighbor, and Youth for Hope visited North Carolina State University for a “college day.”

 “I think the best part of the program was that the kids got to experience a...

Posted October 18, 2012 by Kylie Cafiero.

The College of Education recently paired up with the NC State Women’s Center to put a program about literacy, diversity and technology into action. The program aims to help low income, elementary age students, who are struggling in school, develop...

Posted October 1, 2012 by Kylie Cafiero.

Governor Bev Perdue paired up with former West Virginia Governor, Bob Wise, to host an interactive webinar on technology and education last week. The conference was open to the public, with participants listening in from all over the nation. The...

Posted September 13, 2012 by Kylie Cafiero.

Leaders in business, education and policy engaged in an open dialogue about how North Carolina has progressed in Chinese cultural programs and to discuss collaborating to increase partnerships at the 3rd Biennial Summit on US/China Education held last...

Posted August 27, 2012 by Kylie Cafiero.

North Carolina State University's distance learning is ranked among GetEducated.com's Best Buys for Online Masters in Education. The online education technology program ranked 6th; education curriculum 7th; instructional technology 13th; and...

Posted August 17, 2012 by Kylie Cafiero.

As students and teachers across the state head back to class this fall, experts with North Carolina State University's College of Education can offer helpful information on a range of topics, from digital literacy and graduation rates to reading tips...

Posted August 16, 2012 by Kylie Cafiero.

The College of Education launched a new student engagement program this fall transforming the undergraduate education experience. The Passport to Success program engages students in cultural, community and professional development through high-impact...

Posted July 2, 2012 by Kylie Cafiero.

Please be advised that Poe Hall will be closed this weekend on July 6th at 5 pm to July 8th 5 pm because the power will be turned off. Facilities will be making repairs. Note to turn off computers, printers, etc. and to clean out refrigerators...

Posted April 24, 2012 by Kylie Cafiero.

What happens when a bunch of educators take the traditional conference and shake it to its core? EdCamp is what happens. Currently trending across the nation, North Carolina had its first free education un-conference, EdCamp, this past weekend at...

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