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.
Douglas McCullough ‘19MSA: Supporting Teachers and Students at the School Leadership Level
Douglas McCullough is a principal fellow who completed his administrative residency at Fuquay-Varina High School. Now, he is excited to support teachers and impact students at the school leadership level. Name: Douglas M. McCullough Hometown: Hickory, N.C. Field of Study: […]
5 Questions With. . .Kelly Holland ’12 MED on Building Better Schools Through Relationships
Kelly Holland ’12 MED -- who was recently voted Assistant Principal of the Year by Johnston County teachers and students -- discusses the importance of building relationships within public schools and how the NC State College of Education prepared her to make an impact on student lives beyond the classroom.
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.
Matthew Hickson ’18: Unleashing Powerful Voices
Matthew Hickson's journey to unleash powerful voices began on a hot summer day when he was a teenager. Now, the Durham Principal Leadership Academy Resident and founder of Bull City Schools United is using his time, talents and privileges to create spaces for people to use their voice inside and outside of the classroom.
Heidi Boardman ’18: A Champion for the Ignored, Afraid and Disconnected
Heidi Boardman '18 realized at an early age the discrepancies in life experiences based on gender, race, sexuality, religion and other factors. Now, the Principal Fellow is focused on using her School Administration degree to be a champion for those who don't fall into the majority in public education.
NC State College of Education to Host N.C. Principal Fellows Program
The University of North Carolina has announced that the N.C. Principal Fellows Program (NCPFP) will relocate from the UNC System office to NC State University’s College of Education campus in 2019. “NC State is proud to host the North Carolina Principal Fellows Program, collaborating with our partner universities to prepare upcoming generations of educational leaders who will positively impact students across our state,” said NC State Chancellor Randy Woodson.