Inside Higher Ed: Needed: Allies for Equitable Faculty Workloads
Audrey J. Jaeger, alumni distinguished graduate professor and executive director for the Belk Center for Community College Leadership and Research, joins others in sharing advice on how individual faculty members and academic leaders can become allies and advocates to help ensure more equitable faculty workloads.
First in Future: Head of the Belk Center for Community College Leadership and Research at NC State Audrey Jaeger
Audrey J. Jaeger, alumni distinguished graduate professor in the Department of Educational Leadership, Policy and Human Development at the NC State College of Education and executive director of the Belk Center for Community College Leadership and Research, discusses ways community college presidents can listen to the needs of their communities and form meaningful partnerships.
EdNC: What is the Strategic Role of Community Colleges in North Carolina’s Economic Future?
On Thursday, the NC State College of Education's Belk Center for Community College Leadership and Research is hosting the first statewide conference on North Carolina’s economic competitiveness and economic mobility in partnership with the NC Community College System, Achieving the Dream, and The Aspen Institute’s College Excellence Program. The key issue attendees will explore through the gathering is the role community colleges might play in increasing the economic competitiveness of the state.
Inside Higher Ed: [Survey] Presidents Divided on Community College Bachelor’s Degrees
Seventeen percent of the nation's community college presidents reported plans to retire within the next two years according to a recent Inside Higher Ed survey. That number is down from the 26 percent that stated the same intentions last year, but concerns remain about the future leadership of two-year institutions. NC State College of Education Professor Audrey Jaeger says, “The issue is [now] less about how many are retiring but how can we prepare current and future presidents for these complex jobs."
NC State Education Professor and Alumna Win AERA Award for The Postdoc Landscape: The Invisible Scholars
The American Educational Research Association presented NC State College of Education Professor Audrey Jaeger and Alessandra Dinin ’17PHD with the Outstanding Publication Award for their book The Postdoc Landscape: The Invisible Scholars, in which they offer examples, solutions and strategies for helping postdoctoral scholars succeed in the workplace.
Women Faculty Trailblazers
Being the first and forging a new path certainly isn't easy, but women faculty have done this and left their mark at NC State. Learn about the women who have made history at the university while improving the lives of others, including Dr. Barbara M. Parramore, Professor Emerita and former head of the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, and Dr. Audrey Jaeger, Alumni Distinguished Graduate Professor and recipient of the university's 2019 Equity for Women Award.
Audrey Jaeger Receives NC State’s 2019 Equity for Women Award
Dr. Audrey Jaeger, Alumni Distinguished Graduate Professor at the NC State College of Education, has been named a recipient of the 2019 Equity for Women Award. This award recognizes faculty, staff and students for outstanding leadership in establishing equity for women at NC State.
NC State Education Receives $7M+ in Research Grants Between July and November 2018
NC State College of Education faculty were awarded $7,029,012 to support 15 research projects from July 2018 to November 2018. Read about the research projects the new grants will fund and how they will enhance education in North Carolina and across the nation.
TRIO: Promoting Student Success through Strategic and Collaborative Partnerships
Through a new partnership with NC State's Division of Academic and Student Affairs, Alumni Distinguished Graduate Professor Audrey Jaeger and NC State College of Education graduate students work alongside TRIO Programs to develop activities and opportunities for undergraduate students to present original research on campus. The undergraduate students will present their work at the first TRIO Collegiate Fall Conference on Saturday, Oct. 20, 2018.
$2 Million Grant from ECMC Foundation Will Enhance Research on Career and Technical Education
The ECMC Foundation has awarded the NC State College of Education a $2 million, three-year grant to enhance and strengthen postsecondary Career and Technical Education (CTE) research at universities nationwide through the establishment of the CTE Research Program at NC State-Sponsored by ECMC Foundation.