Four College of Education Graduate Students Win Conference Awards
From New York City to Dublin, four College of Education graduate students received awards from the NC State Graduate Student Association to travel to educational conferences.
Sam Wheeler ‘17 PHD: Going the Extra Mile
Though Sam Wheeler’s path to obtaining a Ph.D. in science education has not been traditional, his multiple extracurricular opportunities only enhanced his experience.
Applications Open for N.C. Teaching Fellows Program
Students accepted into the program will receive up to $8,250 per year in forgivable loans if they commit to teach in the fields of science, technology, engineering, math or special education in the North Carolina public schools. Applications close Jan. 16, 2018.
13 Technology, Engineering and Design Students Place in Regional Competitions
Undergraduate students in the Technology, Engineering and Design Education program had four Top 3 finishes in competitions at the Technology and Engineering Educator’s regional conference, including winning the Problem Solving competition.
Technician: Top Ranked College of Education Chosen to Host Revamped Teaching Fellows Program
“[Teaching Fellows] will really help and enhance our recruitment efforts to identify students who may not necessarily think about teaching but realize that with this extra enrichment and incentive that they can do it,” Anona Smith Williams, associate dean for student success and strategic community engagement, told the Technician.
N&O: Want to be a Teacher? These 5 Colleges were Chosen for New Teaching Fellows Program
Via the Raleigh News & Observer, the NC State College of Education is a perfect fit for the re-established North Carolina Teaching Fellows Program, Dean Mary Ann Danowitz said. “We are North Carolina’s largest producer of STEM educators, and the teachers we graduate are among the most effective in the state."
NC State College of Education Selected to Host N.C. Teaching Fellows Program
The N.C. Teaching Fellows Program, which returns in 2018-19, will recruit, prepare and support students attending North Carolina's top education programs for preparation as highly effective STEM or special education teachers in the state's public schools.
Joseph D. Moore Seminar: Professor Derek Briggs on Longitudinal Growth Models and Classroom Assessment
The director of the Center for Assessment Design Research and Evaluation (CADRE) will deliver the lecture at the Joseph D. Moore Seminary Thursday, Nov. 9.
Department of STEM Education Open House
Learn more about the degrees and academic programs the Department of STEM Education offers.
Graduate Student Named Halifax County Schools’ Teacher of the Year
Shane Dongilli, a graduate student at the NC State College of Education and a 4th and 5th grade science teacher at Scotland Neck Elementary Leadership Academy, won the 2017-18 districtwide honor.