Assistant Professor Anna Egalite, Associate Professor DeLeon Gray Named University Faculty Scholars
Assistant Professor Anna Egalite and Associate Professor DeLeon Gray have been named to NC State's 2019-20 class of University Faculty Scholars. These early- and mid-career faculty receive this designation due to their significant academic achievements and contributions to NC State through their teaching, scholarship and service to the university and greater community.
Community Counseling, Education, and Research Center (CCERC) Takes a Holistic Approach to Community Engagement
Graduate students from the NC State College of Education's counselor education program provide mental health services to the Wake County community through the Community Counseling, Education, and Research Center (CCERC). Students serve individuals older than 14 in areas like anxiety, depression and relationships. Love is a core principle for CCERC.
EdNC: Behind One Leandro Proposal: Making More Children with Special Needs Eligible for Early Services
Sharon Loza, who is pursuing a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership, Policy and Human Development with a program area of study in educational evaluation and policy analysis, was interviewed by EdNC about increasing services for North Carolina children with special needs. She is coordinator of the North Carolina Infant-Toddler Program's Early Intervention Branch.
#WhyIChoseEducation: ‘My Parents Instilled in Me the Importance and Impact Education Has on Everyone’s Life,’ Says Teaching Assistant Professor Nolan Fahrer ‘09MS
Teaching Assistant Professor Nolan Fahrer ‘09MS shares why he chose education, how education influenced him and what he enjoys most about his job.
EdNC: An Advisor Makes All the Difference
Goodnight Scholar and science education major Elizabeth Vanegas '22 shares her experience as a transfer student to NC State. She discusses how NC State College of Education Assistant Director of Advising Amanda Beller assisted her with successfully transferring her credits and helped her find her academic path as an education student.
Doctoral Student Chelsea Smith ‘22PHD Selected to Participate in Asa G. Hilliard III and Barbara A. Sizemore Research Course on African Americans and Education
Chelsea Smith ‘22PHD, a doctoral student in the Educational Leadership, Policy, and Human Development program with an area of study in higher education, was selected to participate in the Asa G. Hilliard III and Barbara A. Sizemore Research Course on African Americans and Education in San Francisco, Calif., on Friday, April 17, 2020.
How NC State’s College of Education Helps In-Service Teachers Across North Carolina Succeed
The NC State College of Education graduates educators who rate among the best in statewide performance measures. But our work to prepare extraordinary educators extends beyond pre-service teachers. From professional development opportunities to advanced degree programs for in-service teachers across North Carolina, programs and partnerships with public school districts are working to ensure that all students receive a high-quality education.
EdNC: More Skilled Workers Needed for the Jobs of Tomorrow: Announcing 5,000 New Apprenticeships
On Feb. 18, it was announced that the NC State College of Education would receive a $6 million grant for the “Artificial Intelligence Academy (AIA): North Carolina Apprenticeships for Innovation" project. Lt. Gov. Dan Forest, on hand for the announcement, said, “This is a great opportunity for our state, for NC State, the Friday Institute, and the College of Education.”
Triangle Business Journal: NC State Joins Federal Initiative Aimed at Building AI’s Workforce
The NC State College of Education will receive $6 million in funding as part of a national program to support the future labor force in the field of artificial intelligence.
WRAL: Federal Grant Creating Apprenticeship Program in Artificial Intelligence at North Carolina State University
The NC State College of Education will be home to a new apprenticeship program in artificial intelligence as part of a federal push to train more workers in emerging fields.