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Aug 10, 2023

Math Can be a Gateway or Gatekeeper to Opportunities: Keynote Speaker Francisco Villegas to NC Educators at 7th Annual Math Summit

More than 970 educators registered to attend the 2023 Math Summit at NC State to learn more about best practices for mathematics teaching and learning and to hear from keynote speaker Francisco Villegas, the senior vice president for school transformation at the Partnership for Los Angeles Schools. 

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Aug 3, 2023

Assistant Professor Sunghwan Byun Collaborates with NC State’s Department of Statistics to Improve Equity through Grant-funded Project

NC State College of Education Assistant Professor Sunghwan Byun is working to make the teaching of college-level statistics more equitable through a new grant-funded project. 

Jun 15, 2023

Baylor University: Celebrating Great Teaching: Department of Curriculum & Instruction Hosts Baylor Cherry Award Winner

Hollylynne Lee, Distinguished Professor of Mathematics and Statistics Education at North Carolina State University, is the 2022 recipient of the prestigious national Robert Foster Cherry Award for Great Teaching, awarded biennially by Baylor University to recognize exemplary teaching by university faculty. As the recipient, Lee has spent the spring semester of 2023 at Baylor University. 

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Jun 1, 2023

Assistant Professors Samantha Marshall and Sunghwan Byun Aim to Improve Mathematics Learning for Multilingual Learners through Grant-funded Project

Assistant Professors Samantha Marshall and Sunghwan Byun will use a National Science Foundation grant to develop a novel professional development model to better support mathematics teachers in instructing multilingual learners. 

Megan D'Agostino at the Wake County Public Schools Award Banquet

May 15, 2023

Megan D’Agostino ’22 Named Wake County Diane Kent-Parker First-Year Teacher of the Year

In the middle of a math lesson, a team from the Wake County Public School System burst into Megan D'Agostino's room with a surprise — she has just been named one of four Diane Kent Parker First Year Teachers of the Year. 

May 4, 2023

Teaching Professor Valerie Faulkner Receives First-ever Impact Award from NC Department of Public Instruction’s Exceptional Children Division

As Teaching Professor Valerie Faulkner plans to retire this summer, the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction’s (DPI) Exceptional Children’s Division is recognizing the work she has done for K-12 schools by presenting her with the first-ever Impact Award. 

NC State College of Education Assistant Professor Sunghwan Byun

Apr 11, 2023

Why Are Discourse and Social Interaction Important in Statistics Lessons? Data Science is ‘Inherently Interdisciplinary’ Says Assistant Professor Sunghwan Byun

Data science is “inherently interdisciplinary,” says NC State College of Education Assistant Professor Sunghwan Byun, which is why he says a focus on discourse and social interaction is crucial when teaching data and statistics. 

Apr 6, 2023

Assistant Professor Robin Anderson Receives NC State’s Goodnight Early Career Innovators Award

Robin Anderson, an assistant professor of mathematics education in the NC State College of Education, has been selected as a recipient of NC State’s Goodnight Early Career Innovator Award. 

Erin Krupa

Feb 22, 2023

Associate Professor Erin Krupa Named a 2022-23 University Faculty Scholar

Erin Krupa ’11PHD, an associate professor of mathematics education in the NC State College of Education, has been named a 2022-23 University Faculty Scholar. 

Assistant Professor Robin Anderson discusses using social media for teacher professional development.

Nov 29, 2022

How Can Teachers Use Social Media for Professional Development? ‘When Teachers Network Together, They’re in a Collaborative Structure Where Their Expertise is Valued’ Says Assistant Professor Robin Anderson

When discussing professional development for teachers, thoughts often turn to formal sessions, but many educators are drawn to places where they can learn independently, which is why many turn to social media, says Assistant Professor Robin Anderson.