Gaston Gayles Receives Zenobia Lawrence Hikes Woman of Color in the Academy Award
Joy Gaston Gayles, an associate professor of higher education, is the 2018 recipient of an award that recognizes a woman of color with a distinguished career in higher education.
Chronicle of Higher Education: How College May Actually Limit Students’ Exposure to Different Religions
New academic/social environments and a lack of close relationships may limit the first-year college student's exposure to interfaith dialogue according to new research by Professor Alyssa Rockenbach. She shares her research and how to combat this with the Chronicle of Higher Education.
Inside Higher Ed: Little Interest in Religion
Professor Alyssa Rockenbach shares newly published results from the Interfaith Diversity Experiences and Attitudes Longitudinal Survey (IDEALS) with Inside Higher Ed and talks about why interfaith learning is important during the first-year college experience.
MyAJC.com: Educators Must Help Undocumented Students Feel Safe, Supported
In this Atlantic Journal-Constitution opinion piece, Professor Audrey Jaeger co-writes about the children and young adults awaiting a decision on the DACA program and how educators can continue to support and advocate for them.
Professor Audrey Jaeger Inducted into Academy of Community Engagement Scholarship
The professor of higher education is a 2017 inductee into the Academy of Community Engagement Scholarship, which recognizes exceptional leaders and scholars in the field of community engagement scholarship.
Higher Education Alumnus, NC State Employee Stars in Play About Lavender Scare
Benoit Sabourin '16 MED, a development associate with the Graduate School and a graduate of the higher education administration program, has appeared in Raleigh Little Theatre productions since he was 7, including most recently "Perfect Arrangement."