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Jul 18, 2024

College of Education’s Faculty and Staff Honors and Awards in 2023-2024

During the 2023-24 academic year, faculty and staff in the NC State College of Education were recognized by the college, university and national organizations for their teaching, scholarship, outreach and contributions. 

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Jul 10, 2024

WRAL: Durham Public Schools Redistricting Plan Praised As Step Toward Equity

A new study shows a concerning trend in North Carolina with public schools becoming more segregated. One district is being highlighted as a good example - Durham Public Schools (DPS). 

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Jul 10, 2024

Indy Week: Durham Public Schools’ Redistricting Plan Seeks to Rectify Resegregation

Considering the fact that public schools in North Carolina are more segregated now than after the Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka ruling in 1954, it’s no wonder that Durham Public Schools (DPS) is taking such bold, purposeful measures with the Growing Together initiative. 

Jul 3, 2024

U.S. News’ 2024-2025 Best Global Universities: NC State #60 in the World, #1 in NC in Education and Educational Research Category 

NC State University has been ranked No. 60 in the world in the education and educational research category in the U.S. News & World Report’s 2024-2025 Best Global Universities Subject Rankings, making it the top globally ranked university for this field of study in North Carolina. Among universities just in the U.S., NC State ranked #21. 

Team member at the Belk Center for Community College Leadership and Research converse in the Belk Center's offices.

Jun 26, 2024

Supporting the Colleges That Serve Our Communities

The Belk Center for Community College Leadership and Research at the College of Education drives collaboration to support North Carolina's 58 community colleges. 

Jun 25, 2024

Lacey Seaton ’17MSA, ’21EDD Joining College of Education as Associate Teaching Professor of Educational Leadership 

Lacey Seaton ’17MSA, ’21EDD will join NC State’s College of Education as an associate teaching professor of educational leadership, beginning Aug. 16, 2024. Currently, she’s an assistant professor of educational leadership and the faculty director for the Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) for Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU).  

NC State College of Education doctoral students Roslyn Bethea, who is earning an Ed.D. in Community College Leadership, and Mariam Elias, who is earning a Ph.D. in Learning and Teaching in STEM.

Jun 14, 2024

Doctoral Students Roslyn Bethea and Mariam Elias ’17, ’20MED, ’24PHD Receive Doctoral Dissertation Completion Grants from NC State Graduate School 

Two students in the NC State College of Education have been selected to receive a Doctoral Dissertation Completion Grant from the NC State Graduate School. 

Alumni Distinguished Graduate Professor Alyssa Rockenbach

May 28, 2024

Alumni Distinguished Graduate Professor of Higher Education Alyssa Rockenbach to Explore Interpartisan Friendships on College Campuses through National Center for Free Speech and Civic Engagement Fellowship

NC State College of Education Alumni Distinguished Graduate Professor of Higher Education Alyssa Rockenbach has been selected to join the University of California National Center for Free Speech and Civic Engagement 2024-2025 Class of Fellows. 

Catherine Hartman

May 23, 2024

Catherine Hartman Named Assistant Professor of Community College Leadership

Catherine Hartman has been named an assistant professor of community college leadership with NC State’s College of Education, effective Aug. 16, 2024. Currently, she is an assistant teaching professor of community college leadership with the College of Education and a faculty scholar at the Belk Center for Community College Leadership and Research. 

Students walk by Turrlington Residence Hall during a fall day. Photo by Marc Hal

May 23, 2024

My Student Experience: Graduate Assistants in University Housing Make Campus Feel Like Home

Each semester, thousands of students call NC State's campus home and, whether they live in Bowen or Bragaw, Sullivan or Syme, their experiences are shaped by the College of Education students who work as graduate assistants in University Housing.