Marbles Kids Museum, Families and Museums Exploring (FAME) Partnership to Receive Award from N.C. Science, Mathematics and Technology Education Center
A partnership between the Families and Museums Exploring (FAME) Project and Marbles Kids Museum that gave North Carolina families a chance to participate in STEM-related activities with the goal of increasing childrens’ interest in science, math and technology will be recognized with an award from the North Carolina Science, Mathematics and Technology Education Center this spring.
Paper Authored by Assistant Professor Jonee Wilson Recognized with Early Career Publication Award
A paper authored by Assistant Professor Jonee Wilson will be honored this spring with an Early Career Publication Award, as the findings from her work help to inform her latest NSF grant-funded project.
Ask the Expert: What is STEM Education? A Way to Foster Innovation, Invention and Creativity, Says Associate Professor Cameron Denson
What is STEM education? In a new series called Ask the Expert, NC State College of Education Associate Professor Cameron Denson explains STEM education, why it is important to K-12 students and how his research is helping to improve access to STEM for underrepresented students.
Assistant Professor Anna Egalite Ranks Among Education Week’s Top 200 Education Scholars Who Influenced Educational Practice and Policy in 2019
Education Week’s 2020 RHSU Edu-Scholar Public Rankings ranked Assistant Professor Anna Egalite among the Top 200 education scholars who had the biggest influence on educational practice and policy in 2019.
Article Co-Authored by Associate Dean Paola Sztjain Among NSF’s Community for Advancing Discovery Research in Education (CADRE)’s Most Viewed Resources of 2019
An article co-authored by Associate Dean for Research and Innovation Paola Sztjain, Ph.D., was one of the National Science Foundation’s Community for Advancing Discovery Research in Education’s most viewed resources of 2019.
Understanding Neurodiversity with Belk Center Postdoctoral Scholar Monique N. Colclough
Monique Colclough, Ph.D., a postdoctoral scholar working with the NC State College of Education's Belk Center for Community College Leadership and Research, is researching neurodiversity in higher education. She specifically focuses on how students who have autism can be best supported academically and holistically as institutions rethink how student success is defined and measured.
New Book from Professor Hiller Spires Guides Teachers Through the Use of Project-Based Inquiry, Disciplinary Literacy
The latest book from Hiller Spires, Ph.D., Alumni Distinguished Graduate Professor and executive director of the Friday Institute, helps teachers build students’ discipline-specific knowledge through project-based inquiry and disciplinary literacy.
IDEALS Project Cited in Government Accountability Report Addressing Religious-Based Hate Crimes on College Campuses
The IDEALS project was cited in a recent U.S. Government Accountability Office report addressing the increase of religious-based hate crimes on college campuses. Co-principal investigator Alyssa Rockenbach addresses her work on the report and the latest findings from the IDEALS project in this Q&A.
Associate Professor Meghan Manfra, Doctoral Student Casey Holmes Win 2019 National Technology Leadership Initiative Fellowship Award
Professor Meghan Manfra, Ph.D., and doctoral student Casey Holmes were awarded the 2019 National Technology Leadership Initiative Fellowship Award at the College and University Faculty Assembly of the National Council for the Social Studies annual conference on Nov. 20.
Ask The Expert: Can I Discuss the Impeachment Inquiry in My Classroom? Assistant Professor Paula McAvoy Shares Why Discussion is an Important Learning Tool
Assistant Professor Paula McAvoy, Ph.D., shares reasons why teachers should address sensitive political issues, like the recent impeachment inquiry, in the classroom and offers advice on facilitating these discussions.