Associate Professor Temple Walkowiak Named 2020-2021 University Faculty Scholar.
NC State College of Education Associate Professor Temple Walkowiak, Ph.D., has been named a 2020-2021 University Faculty Scholar, which recognizes outstanding early- and mid-career faculty members for their significant academic achievements and contributions to NC State and the greater community.
NC State College of Education’s Online Master’s Programs Ranked #1 for Veterans in N.C.
The NC State College of Education’s online master’s programs are ranked #1 in North Carolina for veterans in the 2021 U.S. News & World Report Best Online Graduate Education Programs Rankings. Across the nation, the college ranked #12 for veterans.
Extraordinarily Responsive and Resilient: Our Year 2020 in Review
The year 2020 was difficult and different. Through this challenging time, NC State’s College of Education has been part of the solution in addressing urgent educational challenges associated with the coronavirus pandemic and racial injustices while strengthening its land-grant mission to champion the educational success of all.
College of Education Begins 2020-2021 Academic Year with an Expected 612 New Undergraduate, Graduate Students
For the fourth straight year, the NC State College of Education opens an academic year with an anticipated increase in new student enrollment. The college began the 2020-2021 academic year Monday, Aug. 10, by welcoming an expected 612 new undergraduate and graduate students. That is an increase of about 2% in new student enrollment over last year.
Original Freedom Writer Manny Scott to Deliver Keynote Address at 2020 Math Summit 8/5
Manny Scott, author of Even On Your Worst Day You Can Be Your Student's Best Hope and one of the original Freedom Writers, will deliver on Wednesday, Aug. 5, at 10 a.m. the virtual keynote address at the 2020 Math Summit hosted by the Triangle Math Alliance and the College of Education. The theme of this year's Math Summit is Equity in Action: Making It Happen.
Erin Thomas Horne ’10PHD Named Assistant Dean for Assessment and Professional Education
RALEIGH, N.C. — Erin Thomas Horne ’10PHD will be the NC State College of Education’s assistant dean for assessment and professional education, effective July 1, 2020. “Given Dr. Horne’s experience, relationships, and knowledge with our college, she will bring the […]
Record Webinar: Exploring Next-Generation Education in the Time of COVID-19
Can we use the COVID-19 crisis to think futuristically about how we can meet the needs of all learners? Watch this cross-sector discussion hosted by the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation on how we can work collectively to use the COVID-19 crisis to explore next-generation education systems.
U.S. News Ranks NC State College of Education #31 in Nation, 5 Programs in Specialty Categories
The NC State College of Education is tied at No. 31 in the U.S. News & World Report’s 2021 Best Graduate School Rankings among 393 graduate colleges of education in the nation. That is an improvement of 14 spots over last year. U.S. News also ranked programs within the college in five education specialty categories: Educational Administration and Supervision, Curriculum and Instruction, Elementary Teacher Education, Higher Education Administration and Secondary Teacher Education.
NC State College of Education Establishes Summer Internship Program in Memory of Chantal Warfield ’19
The Warfield Fellows program will provide financial support to two undergraduate students within the NC State College of Education who serve as interns at organizations in high needs communities that support education, such as schools, community centers or educational nonprofits. The College of Education Summer Internship Program is supported by gifts in memory of Chantal Warfield '19 to the College of Education Excellence Fund.
NC State College of Education to Hold Leadership Institute for Future Teachers (LIFT) for Rising High School Seniors 6/14-6/18
The NC State College of Education is seeking nominations for its Leadership Institute for Future Teachers (LIFT), a five-day, invitational residential summer program for bilingual students and students of color in high school who are interested in exploring a potential career in education and strengthening their leadership skills. The 2020 LIFT will be held June 14-June 18 on NC State's campus.