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Lisa Wilkins stands with Gates Count mentors

Sep 22, 2022

My Student Experience: Reading Program Started By Lisa Wilkins ’22MED Connects Gates County Students With Mentors

While earning her master's degree at the NC State College of Education, Lisa Wilkins '22MED was inspired to launch a reading mentorship program for fourth and fifth graders at T.S. Cooper Elementary School in Gates County. 

NC State College of Education graduate student Sergio Madera-Garcia

Sep 14, 2022

Sergio Madera-Garcia is Advancing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion through Community Building and Leadership Development

Sergio Madera-Garcia, a first-year graduate student in the Higher Education Administration program, wants to advance diversity, equity and inclusion by working to make sure everyone has a sense of community… 

Monica Meza in a classroom in Prague.

Aug 26, 2022

My Student Experience: Monica Meza ’22MED Studies Abroad as NC State European Center in Prague’s First Graduate Intern

Monica Meza was not able to study abroad as an undergraduate student, but this summer she had an opportunity to serve as the Prague European Center's first graduate student intern. There, she also conducted research into the experience of first-generation students studying abroad. 

Aug 18, 2022

Meet Our Incoming Students: 5 of Our Newest Graduate Students

The NC State College of Education will welcome 80 new doctoral students and about 135 new master's students this fall. Meet them and learn why they chose the College of Education. 

New wolf statue on central campus.

Jul 28, 2022

Doctoral Student Eric Hall Wins Honorable Mention in Prestigious Scientific and Technological Achievement Awards from the Environmental Protection Agency

A paper authored by Eric Hall, a doctoral student in the Ph.D. in Learning and Teaching in STEM engineering and technology education program area of study, has been awarded an honorable mention from the Environmental Protection Agency’s 2021 Scientific and Technological Achievement Awards. 

NC State College of Education doctoral student Mario Jackson in Liverpool, UK

Jul 26, 2022

Doctoral Student Mario Jackson ’24PHD Makes International Connections Through Global Graduate Presenter Award

Mario Jackson ’24PHD, a doctoral student in the NC State College of Education’s Ph.D. in Educational Leadership, Policy and Human Development educational evaluation and policy analysis program area of study, has been able to start establishing himself internationally as a scholar in his field thanks to funding from the college’s Global Graduate Presenter Award. 

Eighteen Yadkin County Schools teachers earned their master's degree from the NC State College of Education through the Yadkin Wolfpack Literacy Partnership

Jun 9, 2022

‘We’re Not Only Stronger Teachers, But We’re Stronger Leaders:’ 18 Teachers Earn Master’s Degrees, Become Literacy Leaders Through Yadkin Wolfpack Literacy Partnership

Three teachers who earned their master’s degree from the College of Education through the Yadkin Wolfpack Literacy Partnership share how the experience changed their instruction and how they are becoming literacy leaders in their schools. 

Jun 6, 2022

Doctoral Student Gordon Maples Explores Intersection of Higher Education, Pop Culture Through Star Trek

Gordon Maples, who is earning his Ph.D. in the Educational Leadership, Policy, and Human Development Higher Education Opportunity, Equity, and Justice program area of study, recently wrote an article for Star Trek's website that explored the series' portrayal of higher education. 

EEPA Speaker Series Andrew Ho presentation

May 18, 2022

NC State’s EEPA Speaker Series Highlights Data-driven Decision-making and Equity Principles for Changing Times

This spring at NC State’s College of Education, the Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis program sponsored a speaker series to foster community interest in education policy research. Two doctoral students, Christy Batts and Julie Whetzel, write about the lessons learned during the EEPA Speaker Series. 

May 13, 2022

My Student Experience: Graduate Student Jessica Riddell Aims to Increase Support for First-Generation Graduate Students Through New Organization

The desire to help first-generation graduate students better navigate the college experience inspired graduate student Jessica Riddell to form the College of Education's First-Generation Graduation Student Organization.