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.
Teaching Associate Professor Angie Smith Shares Tips for Instructors New to Online Learning in New Book
NC State College of Education Teaching Associate Professor Angie Smith talks about a new book she co-authored that provides on strategies and techniques for teaching the helping professions online.
NC State Education Receives $3M+ in Research Grants Between January-March 2018
NC State College of Education faculty and research associates were awarded $3,042,418 in grants to support eight research projects between January and March 2018. Faculty and research associates have received $6,247,621 in awards during the 2017-18 academic year so far.
How the College, Career and Civic Life Framework is Changing Social Studies Education
How NC State College of Education Professor John K. Lee helped start a grassroots movement to encourage and inspire social studies teachers to add inquiry to their curriculums across the nation.
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.
Inside Higher Ed: Liberal Indoctrination? Not So Much
A study that Associate Professor Alyssa Rockenbach helped lead counters widely held views about how students' political views change when they arrive in college.
The Conversation: Does College Turn People into Liberals?
A new study by a group of academic researchers that includes Professor of Higher Education Alyssa N. Rockenbach reveals that students gain an appreciation for views across the political spectrum during their first year in college.
New Executive Mentorship Program Demonstrates Leadership in Action
Through the development of the Executive Mentorship Program, NC State’s Adult and Community College Doctorate of Education program is exposing its students to leadership in action and preparing them for mid-level and senior leadership positions upon graduation.
Egalite Presents Charter School Research at D.C. Education Reform Panel
Assistant Professor Anna Egalite served as a panelist Tuesday, Jan. 16, at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) reflection on school reform during the George W. Bush and Barack Obama administrations. In a Q&A, she talks about takeaways from the event and what's next.
ExpandED Schools: The Impact of a Diverse Educator Workforce
Students perform better in the classroom when matched with teachers with similar demographic characteristics, especially gender matches, according to new research by Assistant Professor Anna Egalite. She discusses her findings in a Q&A session with ExpandED Schools.