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Emily Packard

NC State's Belltower

Jan 22, 2017

Spotlight on Alumna Lori Dees

Lori Dees uses what she learned at the College of Education to daily impact the lives of her students. Dees, an associate professor of English at Wake Technical Community College, recently earned Wake Tech’s 2016 Instructor of the Year award. 

Students at Reedy Creek Middle School interacting with Wiebe's computer game.

Jan 12, 2017

Engaging in Computer Science

College of Education faculty change the way students learn through classroom innovation. That’s exactly what Dr. Eric Wiebe does through ENGAGE, a game-based learning environment that gets middle school students involved in computer science. 

Anna Egalite

Jan 9, 2017

Dr. Anna Egalite Author of Education Next’s Top Article of 2016

Scholarly journal Education Next selected one of Egalite’s recent articles, “How Family Background Influences Student Achievement: Can schools narrow the gap?,” as the top article published in the journal in 2016. 

Professor John Nietfeld

Jan 2, 2017

Spotlight on Professor John Nietfeld

John Nietfeld, a professor in the Department of Teacher Education and Learning Sciences, received a Fulbright Scholar award for the 2016-2017 school year. 

Dec 21, 2016

Dr. Phail Wynn, College of Education 2016 Distinguished Alumnus

Wynn's experience at NC State helped prepare Wynn for a career of leadership in the North Carolina community college system and beyond. The College of Education provided networking opportunities with faculty in other colleges, community college presidents, and more. 

Belltower at NC State University.

Dec 21, 2016

Generous Gifts Support College of Education Campaign

The Think and Do the Extraordinary Campaign is the most ambitious fundraising effort in NC State’s history, with a goal of $1.6 billion of private support. The College of Education seeks to raise $21 million in alignment with this campaign. 

Nov 28, 2016

Community College 3.0

Creating a stronger community college system depends on pushing students toward post-graduation success, said Joshua Wyner in the College of Education’s annual Dallas Herring Lecture on November 14. Wyner, vice… 

Nov 9, 2016

Cultural Immersion for Stronger Classrooms

Future teachers in the MAT program took a cultural immersion trip to Mexico to learn how to connect with students on a personal level and increase students' chances for academic success. 

Oct 27, 2016

Heroic School Leadership

Rural leaders are coming together to help Hurricane Matthew's most vulnerable victims: children. These leaders include graduates of Northeast Leadership Academy, the nation's top principal preparation program. 

Photo of Assistant Professor Brooks Bowden

Sep 22, 2016

Spotlight on Assistant Professor Brooks Bowden

Brooks Bowden is one of seven new faculty members joining the College of Education for the 2016-2017 academic year. An assistant professor of methods and policy in the Department of Educational Leadership, Policy and Human Development, Bowden advocates for educational policymaking that benefits young children.