49 Books to Help You Get Ready for Back to School
Kerri Brown Parker, director of NC State College of Education’s Media and Education Technology Resource Center (METRC), recommends books that will help prepare young readers and educators to return to the classroom this fall.
Wolf of the Week: Callie Womble ’18 PHD
The recent graduate and 2018 NC State Higher Education Dissertation of the Year winner talks about her research experience and how she embraced opportunities to explore equity in education and develop two community-based organizations to support students and professionals of color while at the NC State College of Education.
More Than a Hobby: How Volunteers Support Science
Why count birds, give gardening advice or gaze at stars? Professor Gail Jones' research says citizen science benefits volunteers, the community and science itself.
Video: 5 Reasons Why We’ve Had a #LightItRed Capstone to Our 90th Year
We've had an extraordinary ending to the 2017-18 academic year, our 90th. See 5 things that have happened at our college over the past few months -- and why we're calling it a #LightItRed capstone to our 90th year.
Iwinosa Idahor ’09, ’11 MED: Amplifying Voices for Equitable Change in Chattanooga
NC State Education doctoral student Iwinosa Idahor '09, '11 MED shares the ways she is helping nonprofit organization UnifiEd support a narrative of positive and equitable change within the public school system of Chattanooga, Tenn., this summer through a Southern Education Leadership Initiative fellowship.
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.
Wilson Times: Science Classroom Funding Can Impact Student Interest in STEM Majors
Interactive math and science activities can increase student interest in STEM majors after high school, but educators need appropriate funding to implement relevant hands-on instruction in their classrooms, according to Emily Cayton's dissertation research. In this Wilson Times article, the recent science education graduate reveals what she discovered while studying science classroom funding and why it matters.
34 New Fellows Join NC State Education’s Principal Preparation Programs
The NC State College of Education announces three new cohorts enrolled in its evidence-based principal preparation program. The 34 new students, who began classes in May, will work towards the completion of a Master of School Administration while earning their N.C. principal license.
NC State Department of Social Work and College of Education Partner for 2018 Spring Summit
The NC State Department of Social Work looks back at the 2018 Interdisciplinary Summit the department and the College of Education hosted this past spring. The non-partisan summit drew a crowd or more than 300 educators, social workers and allies.
Kinston Free Press: Two Teacher Interns Who Stand Out Are Spending Summer Here Fitting In
Designed to create a pipeline of high-quality teachers for rural and semi-rural parts of North Carolina, The Innovation Project (TIP) at NC State introduced seniors Ashley Lawson and Katie Martin to Lenoir County where they will begin their careers as teachers next year. They're joining the tight-knit community this summer as interns for the Lenoir County Public School's STEM Summer Camps.