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."
2018 Dallas Herring Lecture
Dr. Karen Stout, the president and CEO of Achieving the Dream, will deliver the 2018 Dallas Herring Lecture Nov. 28 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the NC State College of Education’s Friday Institution for Educational Innovation. The title of […]
Info Session for Charlotte-Based 2018 Doctoral Cohort in Adult & Community College Education
Looking for career advancement and a program that is convenient for working professionals? NC State is offering an opportunity for a high quality doctoral degree from a top university that has a long history of developing leaders and faculty members to be successful in leadership positions.
2017 Dallas Herring Lecture
Dr. Eduardo Padrón, the president of Miami Dade College, will deliver the 2017 Dallas Herring Lecture.
Meet Carrol Warren ’14 EDD: I Have Always Enjoyed Helping Others
"I was excited to have the opportunity to teach at the graduate level and help with the coordination of the program from which I graduated: the Adult and Community College EdD," says the teaching assistant professor. "The program is designed for working professionals, and I truly have a vested interest in helping the program grow and develop leaders for community colleges."
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.
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."
Spotlight on Alumna Lori Dees
Lori Dees uses what she learned at the College of Education to daily impact the lives of her students. Dees, an associate professor of English at Wake Technical Community College, recently earned Wake Tech’s 2016 Instructor of the Year award.
Community College 3.0
Creating a stronger community college system depends on pushing students toward post-graduation success, said Joshua Wyner in the College of Education’s annual Dallas Herring Lecture on November 14. Wyner, vice president and executive director of the College Excellence Program at […]
Increasing Student Success in a Rapidly Changing Economy
Cultivating faculty leaders to spearhead academic initiatives results in student success. In order to support educational best practices, community college educators gathered at the end of June for the Completion by Design Conference on Teaching and Learning.