Spring 2019 Graduation
The NC State College of Education’s Spring 2019 graduation will be held in Reynolds Coliseum on Friday, May 10. The ceremony will start at 4:30 p.m. Graduating students are required to be at Reynolds by 3:30 p.m. and faculty are […]
To Class of 2019: As Educators, “We Must Never Lose Sight of Who Stands to Benefit”
The NC State College of Education recognized about 328 graduating students during its Spring 2019 Graduation Ceremony Friday, May 10, in Reynolds Coliseum. “As we step into our classrooms, our labs, our offices, our communities, we must never lose sight of who stands to benefit. Our past fuels us to action so that generations to come will say, we are because they were," said Jemilia Davis, who delivered the Charge to the Graduate Students. "What stands between us and an equitable future is the educator we decide to be.”
NC State Education Presents 3 Outstanding Dissertation Awards at Spring Graduation
The NC State College of Education has awarded Ashley Gray ’18PHD, Nancy Smith ’18PHD and Mona Tauber ’19PHD doctoral dissertation awards for outstanding scholarly research completed during the 2018-19 academic year.
The NC State College of Education will celebrate the graduation of about 328 new alumni during its May 2019 Graduation Ceremony Friday, May 10, in Reynolds Coliseum. Meet a few of them and learn how they plan to impact the field of education in a new web series that features personal letters to the college, videos and as-told-to stories.
Social Studies Teachers Sharpen Their Skills with New Literacies and Global Learning Focus
Thanks to funding from the Martorella Award, three students will graduate NC State College of Education’s social studies specialization of its New Literacies and Global Learning (NLGL) master’s degree program on Friday, May 10. The NLGL social studies program prepares experienced teachers with strategies for addressing shifts in the classroom caused by changing technologies, social media and an ever-growing global society.
Elementary Students and Teachers Benefit Thanks to Specialized Cohort Programs in Science and Mathematics
The NC State College of Education is preparing teacher leaders through an advanced degree in elementary education that offers elementary teachers add-on designations as science or mathematics specialists. The program, which graduates its inaugural science cohort May 10, focuses on developing teachers into leaders who possess a deep understanding of how elementary-aged children learn science or mathematics.
Kelsi Harris ’19: The Journey of a Lifetime
Kelsi Harris, an elementary education major, felt like she was in over her head when she first came to NC State. But a warm welcome and empowering instruction from the NC State College of Education helped shape her into a confident educator.
Briana Green ’19MS: Helping Students and Teachers Using Technology
Having finished her student teaching requirement, Briana Green learned about the NC State College of Education’s SMART Collaborative. She shares how an opportunity to serve as an undergraduate researcher helped her find a passion for helping teachers and students alike benefit from technology.
Megan Ennes ‘19PHD: Developing professional pathways for science museum education
Megan Ennes came to NC State after 10 years as a museum educator. During her time here, she has worked with Families and Museum Exploring (FAME) to help kids become scientists. Now, she’s taking the next step to instruct future museum educators.
Sam Costello ‘19: From Past to Present
After working at an automotive dealership for 13 years, Sam Costello was laid off. His wife asked if he had ever considered teaching. Now, Sam will go on to share his love of history with his students.