Ashley Tice Roseno ’19PHD: I Chose NC State’s College of Education Because of its Top-Tier Adult Education Program
Ashley Tice Roseno ’19PHD is a registered dietician who sought an adult education program to help her better understand how to work with adults in nutrition settings. She developed a passion for training educators how to use food and nutrition as a tool to teaching math and science.
Allison Medlin ’19PHD: Using Research to Better Serve Students
Allison Medlin, the director of NC State University’s Goodnight Scholars Program, chose to earn her Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Leadership, Policy, and Human Development at the College of Education to position herself as a leader in higher education at the university. But she didn’t expect that the program’s research experiences would revolutionize the way she works and interacts with students.
5 Questions With . . . Wayne Lewis ’09 PHD on Public Education
Wayne Lewis ’09 PHD, who assumed the role of interim commissioner of education in Kentucky earlier this year, talks about his goals for public education in his state and how his experiences as a student growing up in New Orleans inspire him as an education policy leader in this Q&A interview.
Wolf of the Week: Callie Womble ’18 PHD
The recent graduate and 2018 NC State Higher Education Dissertation of the Year winner talks about her research experience and how she embraced opportunities to explore equity in education and develop two community-based organizations to support students and professionals of color while at the NC State College of Education.
Callie Womble ‘18 PHD: Paying it Forward for Historically Marginalized Students
Callie Womble ‘18 PHD reflects on what motivates her, her experiences as a College of Education doctoral student and her post-graduation plans.
Lauren Pellegrino ‘18 PHD: Being More Than a Student, Researcher and Educator
Doctoral candidate Lauren Pellegrino shares how her time as an NC State College of Education student pushed her to go above and beyond.
Ph.D. Candidate Brian A. Peters: Overseas Summer School Will Make Me a Better Scholar
A week studying “Higher Education and Social Equality” overseas is helping Ph.D. candidate Brian A. Peters conduct research that is more inclusive and connected to global academic discussions.