College of Education Scholar Athletes Excel in Classroom, Pool
Two College of Education students recently helped the NC State women’s swimming and diving team to its first ACC championship since 1980: Rachel Muller and Ky-Lee Perry.
NC State, UNC-Chapel Hill Partner to Offer Innovative Program for Lateral Entry Teachers
By providing a new path for lateral entry teachers to gain licensure, a joint program between NC State and UNC-Chapel Hill will help the state address its teacher shortage.
Passing on a Love for Learning
When Anne Schout decided to honor her father’s memory, she turned to supporting the College of Education to help prepare the next generation of educators.
College of Education graduates are among the leading minds in the field of education today – forging paths in the areas of teaching, learning counseling and educational leadership.
Dr. Regina Gavin Williams: Our Diversity Initiatives Reflect Vision to Prepare Culturally-Competent Educators
Dr. Regina Gavin Williams, the College of Education's director for student engagement and diversity coordinator, recently talked with NC State's Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity (OIED) about the college's diversity initiatives.
Dialect Influences Appalachian Students’ Experiences in College
An in-depth dialect study from NC State University researchers shows that some students from rural Appalachia feel that their dialects put them at a disadvantage in a college classroom, even in the South. The Journal of Higher Education study raises […]