Kevin Sutton ‘18 EDD: Do What You Love, and Love What You Do
Kevin Sutton ‘18 EDD began his journey at the NC State College of Education ten years ago as an undergraduate student. Now, he prepares to graduate with a Doctor of Education in Technology Education degree.
Callie Womble ‘18 PHD: Paying it Forward for Historically Marginalized Students
Callie Womble ‘18 PHD reflects on what motivates her, her experiences as a College of Education doctoral student and her post-graduation plans.
Lauren Pellegrino ‘18 PHD: Being More Than a Student, Researcher and Educator
Doctoral candidate Lauren Pellegrino shares how her time as an NC State College of Education student pushed her to go above and beyond.
Otis Maben ‘18: Awakening His Inner Leader
Otis Maben ‘18 has always possessed leadership skills, but he believes the leader in him was dormant until the College of Education discovered it and developed it. Learn more about Maben’s time as a student in the College of Education’s principal preparation programs.
Sarah Glova ‘18 PHD: Advocating for Individualized Instruction and Digital Learning
After graduating from the NC State College of Education, Sarah Glova ‘18 PHD will use her doctoral degree in Curriculum and Instruction to create innovative eLearning environments as founder and president of Reify Media.
Hannah Smith ‘18: Understanding her Calling to Teach
Hannah Smith ‘18 always knew that she wanted to teach, but being a student in the NC State College of Education helped her discover why.
Rob Moore ‘18 PHD: Training the Next Generation of Instructional Technologists
Education runs in the Moore family, and Rob Moore ‘18 PHD is no exception. Learn more about Moore’s post-graduation plans.
NC State Education Alumnae Win Countywide First-Year Teacher Awards
Rebeka Townsend and Kennedy Wilmer, both members of the College of Education Class of 2017 and teachers in the Wake County Public School System, talk about their experiences as first-year teachers and what winning this award means to them.
People of Poe | Alicia Hatmaker on Being a Beginning Teacher and a Graduate Student
Meet Alicia Hatmaker: beginning teacher at a Wake County high school and first-year master’s student at the NC State College of Education.
Four College of Education Graduate Students Win Conference Awards
From New York City to Dublin, four College of Education graduate students received awards from the NC State Graduate Student Association to travel to educational conferences.