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Author: Kylie Cafiero

Mar 7, 2016

Scholarship Impact: Boone & Koballa Fellowships

Edgar J. & Ethel B. Boone Adult & Community College Leadership Fellowship Katherine Kandalec Ed.D. Student, Adult and Community College Education Hometown: Muskegon, Michigan What are your educational & career… 

Faculty and students at clinic

Mar 4, 2016

Graduate Students Work to Provide Mental Health Care

Repost from NC State’s Technician, by Anna Bringle, Correspondent NC State Clinical Counseling graduate students have recently been given an opportunity to work hands-on at the Community Counseling, Education and Research Clinic,… 

The Kennedys

Mar 3, 2016

Student Legacy Spotlight: The Kennedys

Each year, the College of Education welcomes freshman students continuing a family tradition of attending NC State. In this new series, we profile our freshman legacy students and their parent(s) who are… 

Michael Evans

Mar 2, 2016

Five Questions with Michael Evans, Author of New Book on Learning Sciences

Dr. Michael Evans, associate professor and senior research fellow at the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation at NC State University’s College of Education, co-edited and contributed to a new book recently… 

Diane Hunter

Mar 1, 2016

Scholarships Available: Find out more about the Elementary Education Math Specialist Master’s Program

The first 20 accepted applicants to the 2016 cohort of Master’s program in Elementary Education will receive a $2000 scholarship. It is designed for those who hold a current teaching… 

Feb 25, 2016

5 Questions on the Elementary Education Math Specialist Master’s Program

With the application deadline for summer admission right around the corner, we want to take the opportunity to highlight this program by spotlighting one of its alumnae. We talked to Vanessa Rossitz, '15, who is currently teaching third grade at Hodge Road Elementary. 

Mr. and Mrs. Wuf attend the groundbreaking ceremony.

Feb 25, 2016

Spotlight On Scholarship Recipient and Doctoral Student Michael Shane Fletcher

Michael Shane Fletcher, PhD candidate in literacy in Teacher Education and Learning Sciences, was awarded a scholarship to present his dissertation research at the NC Reading Association Conference on March 14,… 

NC State Campus

Nov 18, 2015

Teaching Math Aloud – and Visually

NC State education professors are leading two new National Science Foundation-funded research projects that explore inventive ways to teach math. 

Students in a Biomedical Engineering class of Dr. Andrew DiMeo in Engineering Building III on Centennial Campus. Photo by Marc Hall

Nov 3, 2015

First Lady Michelle Obama Announces New Higher Education Campaign

As part of the Reach Higher initiative, a program which urges all high school students to seek higher education, First Lady Michelle Obama recently announced the national launch of the… 

Oct 28, 2015

Principal of the Year Works to Complete Doctorate at NC State

As a child growing up in Edenton, Steve Lassiter says that math “was not my strength.” But his 9th grade algebra teacher Shirley Powell inspired him through hands-on learning and…