Wallace Foundation: [Video] How Universities, School Districts Can Team Up to Redesign How Principals are Prepared
NC State started redesigning its principal preparation program by asking local school leaders and practitioners about what skills principals need to succeed in area schools. This video shows how the university built deep partnerships with districts and the state to align the program to leader standards, ground the curriculum in real-world experience, explore systems to track principal performance and fill vacancies, and more.
Assistant Professor Jenn Ayscue Co-Authors Report Marking 65th Anniversary of Landmark Brown v Board of Education Ruling
Jenn Ayscue, Ph.D., an assistant professor of educational evaluation and policy analysis at the NC State College of Education, is a co-author of a report that coincides with the 65th anniversary of the Brown v Board of Education ruling: Harming our Common Future: America’s Segregated Schools 65 Years After Brown.
To Class of 2019: As Educators, “We Must Never Lose Sight of Who Stands to Benefit”
The NC State College of Education recognized about 328 graduating students during its Spring 2019 Graduation Ceremony Friday, May 10, in Reynolds Coliseum. “As we step into our classrooms, our labs, our offices, our communities, we must never lose sight of who stands to benefit. Our past fuels us to action so that generations to come will say, we are because they were," said Jemilia Davis, who delivered the Charge to the Graduate Students. "What stands between us and an equitable future is the educator we decide to be.”
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.
An Educator Right Where She Needed to Be
When LaTeisha Jeannis graduates with her doctorate in educational administration and supervision this month, it won’t be her first degree from NC State. Innovative professors and support including the Augustus Witherspoon Graduate Fellowship ensured that the College of Education was the right place for her – four times over.
Three Colleagues Tackle Master’s Degree and Professional World
Michael Von Bargen, Jason Cook and Richard Singer will soon graduate from the NC State College of Education's training and development program. Learn how this group of friends took what they learned in the program and applied it to their careers at Duke Energy — saving the company $1.5 million in training costs.
Angie Smith Earns University Quality Matters Certification for Online Course
Angie Smith, associate teaching professor in the NC State College of Education's Department of Educational Leadership, Policy, and Human Development, is one of the latest faculty members to become Quality Matters (QM) certified. This university initiative ensures online and hybrid courses are designed to promote learning with innovation and steady improvement.
Meet Our Award-Winning Alumni
Our alumni continue to demonstrate excellence in the field of education. Here’s a look at a few of their accomplishments this year.
Graduate Student Jemilia Davis Wins National Outstanding Graduate Student Award
Jemilia Davis, a doctoral student in the NC State College of Education’s Educational Leadership, Policy, and Human Development program area of study in higher education, has been selected to receive the 2019 Outstanding Graduate Student Award presented by the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) Region III.
3 Graduate Students Win Awards at NC State’s Graduate Student Research Symposium
Doctoral students Megan Ennes, Michelle Nugent and Sarah Egan Warren received awards for their individual research presentations at NC State’s Graduate Student Research Symposium held Wednesday, March 20.