People of Poe | Alicia Hatmaker on Being a Beginning Teacher and a Graduate Student
Meet Alicia Hatmaker: beginning teacher at a Wake County high school and first-year master’s student at the NC State College of Education.
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.
Lauren Smith ’19 | Raise Your Hand If You Want To Be A Teacher
Goodnight Scholar and elementary education major Lauren Smith shares why she chose to major in education.
John K. Lee Named Head of Teacher Education and Learning Sciences
John K. Lee, Ph.D., will be the permanent head of the NC State College of Education’s Department of Teacher Education and Learning Sciences, effective Jan. 1. He has served as the interim head since January 2017 and has been a faculty member with the NC State College of Education for 11 years.
People of Poe | Sarah Baker ’09 on Why She Teaches and is Back to Pursue a Master’s
Meet Sarah Baker: former North Carolina Teaching Fellow, eighth grade language arts teacher at Ravenscroft School in Raleigh and master’s student in the NC State College of Education.
People of Poe | Rachael Debnam-O’Dea on the Changing Landscape of English Education
Meet Rachael Debnam-O’Dea: world traveler, former high school English teacher and current second-year doctoral student in the College of Education.
People of Poe | Julia Hnatt on Her Inspiration to Teach
Meet Julia Hnatt: native of the Triangle area, member of the NC State Dance Team and a junior studying middle grades education.
College Hosting Beginning Teacher Institute July 11-13; Applications Being Accepted
Teachers in the first three years of their career can receive free professional development from experienced educators to help them prepare for the new school year at the Beginning Teacher Institute July 11-13.
330 New Alumni Encouraged to Never Forget Why They Chose Education
The 330 students who graduated from the College of Education Saturday, May 13, will engage daily with the most pressing issues facing society -- and touch the lives of thousands of children and families and transform entire schools and communities.
Born to Teach
With the support of the Moshakos Family Teacher Education Scholarship, Melissa Goto is graduating with a degree in elementary education.