3 NC State Education Doctoral Students Receive A.M. Witherspoon Scholarships
Kendrick Alston, Jemilia Davis and LaTeisha Jeannis -- all doctoral students in the Department of Educational Leadership, Human Development and Policy -- have each received 2017 A.M. Witherspoon Scholarships for Graduate Students from the Black Alumni Society -- the most of any college at NC State.
Open House for Prospective Graduate Students
Learn more about our graduate programs during our Fall Open House for prospective graduate students Saturday, Sept. 16.
New Graduate Student Orientation
During the New Graduate Student Orientation, we will provide newly admitted graduate students an overview of the College of Education. Incoming graduate students will have the opportunity to to meet other incoming graduate students across programs, build community at the […]
JCPS: EdD Candidate Bennett Jones Named Johnston County’s Principal of the Year
Johnston County Public Schools has named Bennett Jones, a doctoral student with the College of Education's Northeast Leadership Academy, its 2016-17 Principal of the Year. Jones is the principal of Clayton High School.
Doctoral Student Selected for Notre Dame’s Reform Leaders Summit
Troy K. Weaver, a doctoral student in educational administration and supervision, will participate in a prestigious fellowship program that prepares a new generation of school leaders.
TELS Graduate Student Recognized for Outstanding Teaching
Chang Yuan, a graduate students in the Department of Teacher Education and Learning Sciences, was one of five graduate students the NC State Graduate School has recognized with an Award for Excellence in Classroom Teaching.
3 College of Education Students Named NSF Graduate Research Fellows
Of 13,000 applications, the NSF awarded only 35 Graduate Research Fellowships in education -- three went to students in the NC State College of Education.
Graduate Education Week | How Graduate Students’ Research Impacts Education
To coincide with NC State’s Graduate Education Week, which begins March 20, we talked to two doctoral students in the College of Education who recently presented at the 4th annual Scholar-Practitioner Symposium.