B.U.I.L.D. Summit Brings 100+ High School Male Students Together to Encourage “Building Community”
Designed around the theme “Building Community,” the third annual Brothers United in Leadership Development (B.U.I.L.D.) summit brought over 100 high school male students of color together on Saturday, April 14, to receive leadership training, participate in group discussions and workshops, and develop career and college readiness skills while building community with each other and with community and education leaders.
STEM Explorers Engages At-Risk Youth with Free Digital Fabrication Camp
STEM Explorers, offered by NC State College of Education’s Technology, Engineering, and Design Education program, provides free STEM educational opportunities for children in non-parental living situations.
Interdisciplinary Summit Brings Together Teachers, Social Workers to Focus on How to Strengthen Families, Communities and Schools
More than 200 educators and social workers attended the Strengthening Families, Communities and the Schools That Serve Them: An Interdisciplinary Summit hosted by NC State’s Department of Social Work and College of Education. The summit invited thought leaders and experts in education and social work to lead the discussion on issues like poverty, inclusion and the role of families in education.
FACES Connects Families of Children with Autism to Resources
Assistant Professor Jamie Pearson and her team of student researchers aim to connect families of children with autism with educational and healthcare services and resources available to them in their own communities through a series of information sessions throughout North Carolina.
NC State Education to Host Inaugural Don C. Locke Multiculturalism and Social Justice Symposium 3/ 22
NC State University's College of Education will host the inaugural Don C. Locke Multiculturalism and Social Justice Symposium Thursday at 4 p.m. at the Park Alumni Center.
NC State Education’s Online Professional Development Course Addresses Needs in Foundational Reading Skills
Improving Early Literacy Teaching Foundational Reading Skills, an online professional development course for educators, is one of several initiatives underway at the NC State College of Education designed to help improve early literacy education across North Carolina and beyond.
90 Years of NC State Education
The NC State College of Education began in 1927-28. Since then, we’ve led the way in North Carolina in transforming lives, schools and communities. Explore what makes us extraordinary and how you can help us celebrate our 90 years.
Registration Open for Friday Institute’s Free Online Professional Development Courses for Educators
Registration has opened for six free online professional development courses for educators that the NC State College of Education's Friday Institution for Educational Innovation is offering this spring. Courses cover the content spectrum, from digital-age problem solving to reading foundations. Though the courses will begin Feb. 5, enrollment is ongoing
College of Education, Marbles Kids Museum to Host Word Week
NC State College of Education students and faculty will lead play-to-learn activities during Marbles Kids Museum's Word Week Feb.1-5.
The 3 E’s of Developing a Bioproducts and Bioenergy Pipeline: Education, Economics and Excitement
Faculty from the College of Natural Resources and the College of Education team up to prepare students in eastern North Carolina for future careers in the bioproducts and bioenergy industries.