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Joy Gaston Gayles

Jan 19, 2023

The Ohio State University Inspire Podcast: Athletes Who Lead the Charge for Civil Rights

Professor and Senior Advisor for Advancing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Joy Gaston Gayles discusses college athletes who are speaking out more than ever against the injustice they and others face. 

Microscope and breaker

Jan 18, 2023

WalletHub: 2023’s Best & Worst Metro Areas for STEM Professionals

WalletHub talks with Carla Johnson, executive director of the Artificial Intelligence Academy and professor of science education at NC State, about careers in STEM fields. 

Jan 17, 2023

EdNC: Perspective | The Unethical Practice of Withholding Hard-earned College Degrees

College of Education doctoral student Jennifer Mann shares the story of a former student who has been barred from graduating with her bachelor's degree due to debt. 

Ms. Wuf

Dec 22, 2022

22 Things That Happened at NC State’s College of Education in 2022

The NC State College of Education had another extraordinary year in 2022, from reaching new highs in the US News & World Report rankings to our faculty, staff, students and alumni being recognized for their impactful work. As 2022 comes to a close, we’re reflecting on 22 outstanding moments from our college this year. 

Dec 14, 2022

EdNC: Harnessing linguistic diversity in North Carolina’s schools

Goodnight Distinguished Professor in Educational Equity Maria Coady shares four key things she learned from educators of rural multilingual students and offers three action items that can build into the linguistic strengths and resources of the state in ways the lead to innovative and equitable education for multilingual students and families. 

Dec 9, 2022

The Chronicle of Higher Education: Friendships Can Heal Campus Divisions, Study Finds, and Administrators Play a Big Role

Alumni Distinguished Graduate Professor Alyssa Rockenbach discusses how universities can bridge divides between students. 

NC State College of Education Associate Professor Meghan Manfra

Dec 6, 2022

Visions of Education: Computational Thinking in the Social Studies

Professor Meghan Manfra discusses computational thinking in the social studies on this podcast. 

Dec 5, 2022

Why Tinkering is Important for Kids

A new study finds that tinkering with “everyday” science-related objects at home could be an important way to build science interests and skills in kids, but children may not always know if they have access to these items. 

Photo of the exterior of the Friday Institute.

Nov 18, 2022

WUNC: A popular teacher mentoring program is packaged in a controversial pay plan

Education researchers at the Friday Institute at NC State University were tasked with evaluating the advanced teaching roles pilot program.The evaluations found that schools with advanced teaching roles tended to show improvement on state tests. 

Joy Gaston Gayles

Nov 18, 2022

Diverse Issues in Higher Education: ASHE Conference Urges Humanization of Higher Education

Alumni Distinguished Graduate Professor Joy Gaston Gayles opened the 47th annual conference for the Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) in Las Vegas.