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Spring Graduation 2018

Aug 5, 2021

‘I Cannot Think of Better Career Preparation:’ How the College of Education is Helping Doctoral Students Become Scholar Leaders to Tackle Pressing Educational Issues

Since redesigning the doctoral programs five years ago, the NC State College of Education has helped prepare graduates to become scholar leaders who are capable of addressing pressing educational problems at the local, state and national levels. 

NC State College of Education Associate Professor Meghan Manfra, Ph.D.

Apr 20, 2021

Articles from Associate Professor Meghan Manfra Highlight Professional Development, Digital Instruction Challenges for Social Studies Teachers During the Pandemic

Associate Professor Meghan Manfra, Ph.D., has always believed in the importance of considering teachers’ insider knowledge. Her recent work with Wake County Public School System teachers is highlighted in two recently published articles that showcase professional development work and the challenges in delivering high-quality digital instruction during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Jan 28, 2021

The Technician: Education Professors Give top Tips for Thriving in Online Classes

NC State College of Education professor share their best advice to help students be successful during remote learning.  

Meet our new faculty

Jul 31, 2020

Meet Our New Faculty and Leadership Team Members

The NC State College of Education will welcome five new faculty members for the 2020-21 academic year, who will help drive our missing to solve pressing educational problems and improve learning across the lifespan. This year, several current faculty members have also accepted new leadership positions within the College of Education. 

Associate Dean John K. Lee

Jul 2, 2020

John K. Lee Named Associate Dean for Faculty and Academic Affairs

John K. Lee, Ph.D., will be the NC State College of Education’s associate dean for faculty and academic affairs effective July 1. He succeeds Lee V. Stiff, Ph.D., who retired July 1 after a 44-year career in education.   

Teacher at Friday Institute Partner School

Feb 20, 2020

How NC State’s College of Education Helps In-Service Teachers Across North Carolina Succeed

The NC State College of Education graduates educators who rate among the best in statewide performance measures. But our work to prepare extraordinary educators extends beyond pre-service teachers. From professional development opportunities to advanced degree programs for in-service teachers across North Carolina, programs and partnerships with public school districts are working to ensure that all students receive a high-quality education. 

A statue of a howling wolf

May 29, 2019

NC State Education Awarded $7.6M in Research Funding March-May 2019

Faculty and researchers at the NC State College of Education and its Friday Institute for Educational Innovation were awarded $7,643,909 to support 11 research projects from March 13 to May 15, 2019. 

New wolf statue on central campus.

Nov 9, 2018

NC State Education Receives $7M+ in Research Grants Between July and November 2018

NC State College of Education faculty were awarded $7,029,012 to support 15 research projects from July 2018 to November 2018. Read about the research projects the new grants will fund and how they will enhance education in North Carolina and across the nation. 

Teacher with students

Mar 29, 2018

How the College, Career and Civic Life Framework is Changing Social Studies Education

How NC State College of Education Professor John K. Lee helped start a grassroots movement to encourage and inspire social studies teachers to add inquiry to their curriculums across the nation. 

John Lee

Nov 30, 2017

John K. Lee Named Head of Teacher Education and Learning Sciences

John K. Lee, Ph.D., will be the permanent head of the NC State College of Education’s Department of Teacher Education and Learning Sciences, effective Jan. 1. He has served as the interim head since January 2017 and has been a faculty member with the NC State College of Education for 11 years.