NC State Education Alumni, N.C. Community College Leaders Win Awards of Distinction
Randy Parker ’11 EDD and David Shockley ’05 EDD received Shirley B. Gordon Awards of Distinction at honor society Phi Theta Kappa’s international meeting in April. Both currently serve as community college presidents in North Carolina.
Don C. Locke Multicultural and Social Justice Symposium
Join us in celebrating the life and achievements of Dr. Don C. Locke, Distinguished Professor Emeritus, with this new symposium and our inaugural speaker: Dr. Courtland Lee.
#WhyIChoseEducation: Jesse James
Jesse credits NC State Education faculty members for igniting his passion for teaching. Read more about why he chose education.
#WhyIChoseEducation: Kait Batchelor
Kait comes from a long line of educators and NC State graduates. Read more about why she chose the College of Education.
#WhyIChoseEducation: Justin Johnson
Teaching gives Justin Johnson hope for the future. Read how NC State Education helped him change his career path and his life for the better.
#WhyIChoseEducation: Evan Seitz
When Evan began at NC State, he didn't know what path his college experience would take. He credits the faculty at the College of Education with helping shape the future of his career.
#WhyIChoseEducation: Hannah Powell
Having an exceptional experience herself, Hannah Powell felt compelled to help students enjoy their middle school experience. Read why Hannah chose to be a math teacher and how NC State Education helped her reach her goal.
#WhyIChoseEducation: Ashley Swing
Ashley Swing graduated with her master's degree in 2014, and now she's back at the NC State College of Education working on her doctorate. Find how why education is so important to her.
#WhyIChoseEducation: Leaundra Clay
As a teacher and future administrator, Leaundra Clay believes she can serve as a beacon of light for students to develop personal interests and passions. Read more about why she entered the field of education.
#WhyIChoseEducation: Lisa Arment Cummings
See how the world of education transformed Lisa Arment Cummings from being the invisible child in class as a child to becoming the Principal of Wake Early College of Health and Science now.