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NC State Education to Celebrate Graduation of Nearly 330 Students May 10

A photo of graduates

The NC State College of Education will celebrate the graduation of nearly 330 students during its Spring 2019 Graduation Ceremony Friday, May 10, at 4:30 p.m. in Reynolds Coliseum. Graduating students Jemilia Davis and Mason Taylor will deliver the keynote addresses.

Davis — a Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Leadership, Policy, and Human Development graduate — will deliver the Charge to the Graduate Students. Her professional experiences are rooted in student affairs and academic affairs, which informed her dissertation study on how senior leaders prioritize college students of color. She received the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators Region III’s 2019 Outstanding Graduate Student Award.

Taylor — a bachelor’s in technology, engineering, and design education graduate — will deliver the Charge to the Undergraduate Students. His activities while an education student include serving as a College of Education Ambassador, undergraduate research assistant, and an Education Council representative. After graduation, he will teach and launch the technology, engineering, and design program at Green Level High School, which opens in August 2019 in Wake County.

Across its three academic departments, the college will award 98 bachelor’s, 189 master’s and 41 doctoral degrees this spring.

For those who cannot attend, the ceremony will be livestreamed here: