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Grad Tools for Success: Choosing a Reference Management Software

March 8 (Tuesday), 12:30-1:30 p.m. Staying organized as a scholar can not only save you time but strengthen the quality of your thinking and writing. Have you considered using a reference management software? In this session, participants will learn about two recommended tools NC State students have access to, RefWorks and Zotero. Gain a sense…

Grad Tools for Success: Cover Letter Writing Workshop for Educators

March 28 (Monday), 12:00-1:00 p.m. A cover letter serves as a critical component of job applications. The cover letter brings to life your experience and helps the prospective employer gain a sense of your motivations for applying in the first place. Authoring a cover letter can feel like a daunting task. Perhaps you already have…

Howl and Chill College of Education

April 6, 12:00-2:00 p.m. Poe Atrium Drop by for some games, coloring, and fun! Snacks will be provided, but bring your own lunch. RSVP for programs at

Grad Tools for Success: Done Dissertations, A Conversation with Dissertation Defenders

April 15 (Friday), 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Whether you’re just starting your doctoral journey or well on your way to producing a proposal, learning from others who came before you can help you think about your own process. In this session, participants will learn from College of Education doctoral students who recently defended their…

Grad Tools for Success: Navigating Transitions in Graduate School

April 20 (Wednesday) 12:30-1:30 p.m. Whether you are a soon-to-be graduate from NC State or just getting started, examining the concept of transition can help us better plan for anticipated and unanticipated changes in life. In this workshop, participants will learn and share about coping mechanisms for navigating change in and outside of graduate school.…

Wellness Wednesday: Rhythm N’ Paint

April 20, 5:00-6:30 p.m. Poe 214 A chance to enjoy painting and smooth music. Follow along with an instructor to create two own masterpieces. No artistic experience necessary! RSVP for programs at

Howling Hunt and Welcome Lunch

Join us for a team treasure hunt style event for first-year and transfer undergraduate students in the College of Education.RSVP:  

Education Council’s Student Organization Fair

Poe Hall 117

The College of Education's Educational Council will host the Student Organization Fair on Thursday, Sept 8th from 3:30-6pm in Poe 117. This is an opportunity for College of Education students to come and learn about more ways to get involved with the student organizations we have right here in the college.