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Janine Bowen

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Jul 22, 2024

College of Education Awarded $3.1 Million in Grant Funding From April through June 2024

Faculty and researchers at the NC State College of Education, including the Belk Center for Community College Leadership and Research and the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation, were awarded $3,126,324 to support 12 projects from April 1, 2023, through June 30, 2024. 

Jul 12, 2024

‘It Made Me Grow in Ways I Didn’t Think I Would Be Able To:’ Teachers Become Leaders in Mathematics Education Through Five-year North Carolina High School Master Mathematics Teacher Fellows Program

As the five-year North Carolina High School Master Mathematics Teacher Fellows program comes to an end, several participating teachers are reflecting on the way the opportunity changed their approach to teaching. 

Tameshia Baldwin, Micaha Dean Hughes and-Aaron Arenas with their Best Diversity Paper awards.

Jul 2, 2024

Paper Authored by College of Education Doctoral Students Wins Best Diversity Paper Award from American Society for Engineering Education Community Engagement Division

A paper authored by NC State College of Education doctoral students Micaha Dean Hughes and Aaron Arenas has been selected as the recipient of the Best Diversity Paper Award in the Community Engagement Division of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASSE). 

NC State College of Education doctoral students Roslyn Bethea, who is earning an Ed.D. in Community College Leadership, and Mariam Elias, who is earning a Ph.D. in Learning and Teaching in STEM.

Jun 14, 2024

Doctoral Students Roslyn Bethea and Mariam Elias ’17, ’20MED, ’24PHD Receive Doctoral Dissertation Completion Grants from NC State Graduate School 

Two students in the NC State College of Education have been selected to receive a Doctoral Dissertation Completion Grant from the NC State Graduate School. 

May 28, 2024

Dean Paola Sztajn Completes Leadership for North Carolina Program

NC State College of Education Dean Paola Sztajn was among 56 statewide civic and community leaders who completed the prestigious Leadership North Carolina program on May 8, 2024, as part of the 2023-24 class. 

Alumni Distinguished Graduate Professor Alyssa Rockenbach

May 28, 2024

Alumni Distinguished Graduate Professor of Higher Education Alyssa Rockenbach to Explore Interpartisan Friendships on College Campuses through National Center for Free Speech and Civic Engagement Fellowship

NC State College of Education Alumni Distinguished Graduate Professor of Higher Education Alyssa Rockenbach has been selected to join the University of California National Center for Free Speech and Civic Engagement 2024-2025 Class of Fellows. 

May 21, 2024

Why Is It Important for Students to Understand How Scientific Decisions are Made? ‘If You Don’t Understand How Scientists Decide What Makes One Claim More Believable, Then It’s Actually Very Hard to Understand Science,’ Says STEM Education Department Head William Sandoval

For William Sandoval, head of the Department of STEM Education in the NC State College of Education, when preparing K-12 students to engage with real-world science, developing the skills to become career scientists is not nearly as important as helping them to engage with the science that will occur all around them in their everyday lives. 

May 14, 2024

Assistant Professor of STEM Education Tamecia Jones Aims to Create Equitable Assessments, Improve Assessment of Engineering Skills through NSF CAREER Grant

Assistant Professor of STEM Education Tamecia Jones is hoping to remove biases from assessments and create a framework to better capture the multidimensional nature of engineering through her work on a five-year, $650,000 National Science Foundation CAREER grant project. 

Dan Kelly CAREER grant

May 7, 2024

Assistant Professor of Technology, Engineering, and Design Education Daniel Kelly Uses CAREER Grant to Blend Robotics and Social-emotional Learning to Improve Education for Students in the Juvenile Justice System

Assistant Professor of Technology, Engineering, and Design Education Daniel Kelly is using robotics to help students in the juvenile justice system understand their emotions while training pre-service teachers to work with this specialized population through his National Science Foundation CAREER grant. 

May 7, 2024

Associate Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy Lisa Bass Selected as Inaugural Faculty Fellow of Initiative for Race Research and Justice at Vanderbilt University

Associate Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy Lisa Bass has been selected to serve a three-year term as an inaugural faculty fellow of the Initiative for Race Research and Justice at Vanderbilt University.