PiedmontCC.edu: Piedmont Community College Names Pamela Gibson Senegal ’11 EDD President
The Piedmont Community College Board of Trustees has named College of Education alumna Pamela Gibson Senegal '11 EDD as its fifth president and the first woman to lead the college.
AJ Fletcher Foundation: Is North Carolina Really a Destination for Teachers?
Assistant Dean Michael Maher talks about the state's teacher shortage and ways to increase attractiveness to the teaching profession.
OnlineCounselingPrograms.com | An Interview with Dr. Raymond Ting
Professor Raymond Ting talks with OnlineCounselingPrograms.com about NC State's online degree options in counselor education that prepares counselors to lead, serve, and advocate.
N&O: College of Education Alumna Incorporates March Madness into Math Lessons
Alyssa Jackson, a College of Education alumna and a middle school math teacher in Raleigh, is using the NCAA basketball tournament to help her students learn about probability.
EdNC: Action Summit creates strategies to prepare youth for postsecondary success
College of Education faculty and staff and Wake County leaders in business, government, and education assembled March 16 to create strategies to prepare youth for success after high school.
Education Matters: Preparing the Next Generation of School Leaders
Bonnie Fusarelli, an NC State Faculty Scholar and director of the Northeast Leadership Academy, discusses the importance of principal preparation and development on the Public School Forum of North Carolina's "Education Matters."
Durham Tech President: College of Education Vital to N.C. Community Colleges
Nowhere is NC State's aspiration as a land-grant institution "better articulated than in the N.C. State School of Education and its commitment to prepare tomorrow’s community college leaders."