Increasing Student Success in a Rapidly Changing Economy
Cultivating faculty leaders to spearhead academic initiatives results in student success. In order to support educational best practices, community college educators gathered at the end of June for the Completion by Design Conference on Teaching and Learning.
NC State Announces School Leader Scholarship Recipients
Great schools have great leaders, and NC State is working to prepare highly effective principals for schools in northeastern North Carolina. Since 2010, NC State and a consortium of 13 rural, high-need school districts in northeast North Carolina have worked […]
Spotlight On National Science Foundation Research Fellow Megan Ennes
Megan Ennes, doctoral student in science education, started her career in marine biology. She has spent the last decade as a marine science educator in aquariums. It was there she discovered her interest in researching informal science educators, and that path led her to NC State.
Where Culture and Education Come Together for Partnership in China
The NC State University 12-person delegation consisted of faculty, graduate students, and staff. The three city tour, included Nanjing, Suzhou and Shanghai, is part of the grant Suzhou North America High School: Connecting to the Future. The focus of the grant is to help design and implement a state-of-the-art high school in Suzhou.
NC State Students Awarded $20,000 Counseling Fellowship
The NBCC Foundation, an affiliate of the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC), recently selected four NC State counseling students for the National Board for Certified Counselors Minority Fellowship Program.
Danowitz Named Dean of NC State’s College of Education
Dr. Mary Ann Danowitz has been named dean of North Carolina State University’s College of Education after serving as its interim leader since July 2015. Provost Warwick Arden announced Danowitz’s permanent appointment, which is effective April 1, 2016.
Preventing an Achievement Gap in Mathematics Starts Early
A long-term NC State research project on how to provide students with a firm foundation in mathematics, starting in kindergarten, sheds light on ways to lessen the likelihood of an academic achievement gap in later grades. The study, funded by the National Science Foundation, provided in-depth professional development for elementary teachers.
Three People + Two Scholarships = One Connection
The College of Education received two incredible gifts establishing new scholarships. Together, the Dr. Estelle E. White Endowed Scholarship and the Paul & Geneva Jenkins Scholarship, have added $800,000 to the College endowment and in the years ahead will provide over $40,000 annually to deserving students.
5 Questions with a CED Ambassador
College of Education ambassadors are leaders and serve as professional liaisons for the college with regards to recruitment, campus events and service. With information sessions this week and the application deadline right around the corner, we want to take the opportunity to […]
Scholarship Allows Literacy Teacher to Pursue Master’s
March 20, 2017, Update: The Graduate Literacy Cohort Program is accepting applications through May 1 for its new cohort starting in Fall 2017. Accepted students will receive a $2,000 scholarship. NC State’s Graduate Literacy Cohort Program is targeted for […]