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Photo of Jemilia Davis with quote: Education Really is an Opportunity For Me to Practice My Values Around Fostering Equitable Environments

May 26, 2023

#WhyIChoseEducation: ‘Education Really is an Opportunity For Me to Practice My Values Around Fostering Equitable Environments’ says Jemilia Davis ’19PHD

When Jemilia Davis ’19PHD delivered the charge to the graduate students during the NC State College of Education’s Spring 2019 graduation ceremony, she spoke on looking to the past in order… 

A group of Mission Makers students who attended a trip to Washington D.C. posing for a photo.

May 25, 2023

My Student Experience: Mission Makers Explore Equity-related Issues in Education

A group of first-year NC State College of Education students had the opportunity to travel to Savannah and Washington, D.C., last semester through Mission Makers, a program designed to better prepare them to be educators who address the needs of all learners. 

Terry Hennings on stage being named Wake County Teacher of the Year

May 25, 2023

Retired Air Force Senior Master Sgt. Terry Hennings ’15MAT Named 2023 Wake County Public School System Teacher of the Year

When Terry Hennings retired from the Air Force after serving for 25 years as a combat medic, he knew what he wanted to teach. Now, he has been named the Wake County Public County System 2023 Teacher of the Year 

Megan D'Agostino at the Wake County Public Schools Award Banquet

May 15, 2023

Megan D’Agostino ’22 Named Wake County Diane Kent-Parker First-Year Teacher of the Year

In the middle of a math lesson, a team from the Wake County Public School System burst into Megan D'Agostino's room with a surprise — she has just been named one of four Diane Kent Parker First Year Teachers of the Year. 

May 11, 2023

Mwenda Kudumu ’23PHD: ‘It’s Been My Mission to Popularize Science in Black and Brown Communities’

When she was growing up in San Diego, the Fleet Science Center was a fixture in Mwenda Kudumu's life. Now, as a recent graduate of the NC State College of Education's Learning and Teaching in STEM program, Kudumu is returning to Fleet Science Center, not as a visitor, but as its vice president of community service and engagement. 

May 4, 2023

Education Council Celebrates Achievements of Undergraduate Students During NC State College of Education’s Spotlight Awards Ceremony

The NC State College of Education honored four students with awards for their leadership, achievements and dedication to the field of education during its Education Council Spotlight Awards Ceremony on April 20. 

May 4, 2023

Maryann Tyrer ’23MED: ‘When You’re Teaching Adults, You’re Empowering Them to Go On and Teach Others and Make a Difference in the World’

In 2012, Maryann Tyrer '23MED resigned her position as a religion teacher at Cardinal Gibbons High School to pursue a doctoral degree at the NC State College of Education. Over 10 years later, Tyrer is graduating, not with her Ph.D., but with a master's degree in adult and community college education. Despite not achieving her initial goal, Tyrer said she still views her graduation as a success. 

Lisa Marshall

May 1, 2023

Doctoral Student Lisa Marshall Named President-elect of American Nuclear Society

Lisa Marshall, director of outreach, retention and engagement for the NC State University Department of Nuclear Engineering and a doctoral student in the Department of Educational Leadership, Policy, and Human Development’s Higher Education Opportunity, Equity, and Justice concentration has been named vice president and president-elect of the American Nuclear Society (ANS). 

Apr 27, 2023

Why Gifts Matter: Scholarship Support Allows Elizabeth Stavrakakis ’23 to Build Foundation for Students’ Learning

Elizabeth Stavrakakis '23 plans to use skills gained in the NC State College of Education to provide elementary school students with a strong foundation in education. 

Apr 27, 2023

Aisha Raja ’23 Pursues Passion for Design Through NC State College of Education

Aisha Raja's passion for design drew her to NC State, but, as an exploratory studies major, she was not sure how best to pursue her passion until she discovered the NC State College of Education's technology, engineering, and design education program.