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Bethany Lee holding a model strand of DNA.

Jun 27, 2024

Why Gifts Matter: Scholarship Support Allows Bethany Lee to Share Love for Science in the Classroom

In high school, Bethany Lee was torn between a number of different career paths until her chemistry teacher, Kerissa Armstead, showed her the interdisciplinary possibilities of science education. 

A headshot of Kimberly Ideus

May 30, 2024

Why Gifts Matter: Scholarship Support Makes It Possible for Kimberly Ideus to Inspire Awe in Teachers

Doctoral student Kimberly Ideus traveled to Great Smoky Mountains National Park last summer to study the impact "awe experiences" can have on science teachers. 

A teacher and students with white boards.

Oct 12, 2023

Mini-Grants Crowdfunding Campaign Raises Over $8,000 to Increase Student Teachers’ Impact in the Classroom

More than 60 donors came together to support student teacher mini-grants as part of the NC State University's 2023 crowdfunding campaign, raising funds for student teachers to purchase supplies and materials they can use to make a greater impact on their classrooms. 

Headshot of Emma "Ngoc" Burwell with graphic text: I feel good that I can help people because I had somebody to help me

Sep 25, 2023

Why Gifts Matter: Scholarship Support Allows Ngoc “Emma” Burwell to Grow As Mathematics Educator

Ngoc “Emma” Burwell works hard to support her family in Vietnam and balance her responsibilities as a graduate student and teacher. That's why financial support in the form of the Moshakos Family Teacher Education Graduate Fellowship had made a meaningful difference in her life. 

Aug 30, 2023

Donor Support Helps Future Teachers Transition From College to Classroom

Aspiring educators face multiple costs in the transition from college to the classroom. Thanks to donor support, the NC State College of Education ensures they are better positioned, both financially and experientially, to be the teachers they have always wanted to be. 

MSEN summer camp students

Aug 25, 2023

Students Gain Real-World Experiences in Augmented and Virtual Realities at MSEN Summer Camp with Newcombe Family Donation

A $50,000 donation from the Newcombe family in honor of Johan Newcombe provided 25 students from Southeast Raleigh Magnet High School and the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation’s North Carolina Math/Science Education Network Pre-College Program (MSEN) the opportunity to participate in a weeklong augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) camp. 

Aug 15, 2023

Transformational Scholarships Program Announces Second Cohort of Scholars

Twenty students from across Eastern North Carolina have been selected to join the second cohort of the NC State College of Education's Transformational Scholarships Program. 

Jul 26, 2023

Why Gifts Matter: Scholarship Support Allows Cliff Redish to Be A Better Teacher for His Students

Thanks to financial support in the form of the Moshakos Family Teacher Education Graduate Fellowship, Cliff Redish is able to work toward his goal of being the best teacher he can be 

Jul 11, 2023

Pete and Theresa Dyke Support NC State Students Passionate About Education Through Libraries Scholarship

Scholarship Banquet Participants

Apr 11, 2023

College of Education 2023 Scholarships Banquet Celebrates Support For Students

In March, the NC State College of Education held a banquet to celebrate scholarships in the college — those who receive them, those who administer them and the donors who make those scholarships possible.