NC State Education Ranked in Top 100 in THE World University Rankings
NC State University has been ranked No. 92 in the world for education degrees in the 2019 Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings. This is the first time NC State has been ranked in the education subject area since the World University Rankings added the category last year. “This international ranking reflects the extraordinary advancements the NC State College of Education has made to become one of the leading colleges of education in the U.S. and now the world,” NC State College of Education Dean Mary Ann Danowitz said.
From Dean Danowitz: Our Response to Hurricane Florence
As a college, we are taking several steps to support our students, alumni and partner school districts who need assistance, including collecting non-perishable food items and school supplies to distribute to our community members and their loved ones impacted by Hurricane Florence.
NC State Education’s New Undergraduate Student Enrollment Jumps 29%
For the second year in a row, the NC State College of Education will open a new academic year with its largest incoming group of new undergraduate and graduate students since 2010. Among the 500 expected new students are 141 expected new undergraduate students, which is a 29 percent increase from last fall.
Education Matters: Leadership Conversations
NC State College of Education Dean Mary Ann Danowitz explains how a new partnership with Johnston County Public Schools and Johnston Community College that will create a guided pathway to prepare teachers for Johnston County on this week's episode of Education Matters.
Eddie Price to Lead N.C. Principal Fellows Program
The longtime, accomplished school administrator who was previously the deputy superintendent of the Johnston County Public Schools will lead the competitive, merit-based scholarship loan program that prepares top-tier candidates to be school leaders and that recently relocated to the NC State College of Education.
Education Matters: Dean Danowitz on Re-Established Teaching Fellows Program
Dean Mary Ann Danowitz appeared recently on Education Matters to talk about the re-established N.C. Teaching Fellows Program, which will provide forgivable loans to students who teach science, technology, engineering, mathematics or special education in a North Carolina public school.
Spotlight on Dean Mary Ann Danowitz
Today, Dean Mary Ann Danowitz moves from interim to permanent dean of the College of Education. Part of the university faculty since 2012, she will play an integral role in the college’s efforts to shape North Carolina’s educational future. We caught up with Danowitz to get her thoughts on her new role and what the college means to teachers and students throughout the state.