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Dan Kelly CAREER grant

May 7, 2024

Assistant Professor of Technology, Engineering, and Design Education Daniel Kelly Uses CAREER Grant to Blend Robotics and Social-emotional Learning to Improve Education for Students in the Juvenile Justice System

Assistant Professor of Technology, Engineering, and Design Education Daniel Kelly is using robotics to help students in the juvenile justice system understand their emotions while training pre-service teachers to work with this specialized population through his National Science Foundation CAREER grant. 

Dec 19, 2023

My Student Experience: Technology, Engineering, and Design Education Students Hone Teaching, Technical Skills at TEECA East

Whether they were constructing a cardboard pachinko machine to sort parts or teaching a history lesson about North Carolina lighthouses, the NC State students who attended this year's TEECA Eastern Regional Conference took advantage of the opportunities to showcase the creativity they will one day employ as technologists and educators. 

Meet our Transformational Scholars

Aug 15, 2023

Meet Our Incoming Students: Three of Our Newest Transformational Scholars

The NC State College of Education will welcome 20 incoming Transformational Scholars this fall. Meet some of them and learn why they chose the College of Education. 

Mar 29, 2023

My Student Experience: Sarah Salahat Unlocks Potential as Entrepreneurship Ambassador

Sarah Salahat's desire to discover solutions drew her to the NC State Entrepreneurship Ambassadors, an organization that complements the skills she is developing in the College of Education's technology, engineering and design education program. 

Trevor Dill Headshot

Dec 8, 2022

Trevor Dill ’22: ‘I Have Always Enjoyed Designing and Building’

Trevor Dill '22 has always enjoyed designing and building. The technology, engineering, and design education program at the NC State College of Education was the perfect environment for him to hone his skills, skills he hopes to eventually use to produce gym equipment. 

Dec 7, 2022

My Student Experience: Technology, Engineering, and Design Education Students Take Home Top Prizes in Regional Competition

Students in the NC State College of Education's Technology and Engineering Education Collegiate Association traveled up to Rehoboth Beach last month to attend the TEECA Eastern Regional Conference, where they took home awards in a number of education- and technology-related competitions. 

NC State College of Education doctoral student Justin Egresitz

Feb 15, 2022

Doctoral Student Justin Egresitz Encourages Educators to Bring Augmented Reality into the Classroom in New Paper

From its use in the fictional world of Marvel superhero movies to real-life games like Pokemon Go, most students are familiar with augmented reality (AR) technology and some of its possibilities. Because of the “cool factor” of this technology, doctoral student Justin Egresitz ’23PHD believes that AR can have valuable benefits in engineering classrooms. 

Lisset Botello Martinez

Sep 10, 2020

Technology, Engineering, and Design Education Student Lisset Botello Martinez Awarded First-ever NC State College of Education Bob Davis Scholarship

Lisset Botello Martinez ‘24 moved to the United States at the age of 3 and, growing up, her mother instilled in her the importance of having access to education. The Bob Davis Scholarship has made it possible for Martinez to continue her education and pursue a degree in technology, engineering, and design education from the NC State College of Education. 

John Howe

Mar 31, 2020

Engineering and Technology Education Doctoral Student John Howe ‘21EDD Accepted to NC State’s Preparing the Professoriate Program

Engineering and technology education doctoral student John Howe ‘21EDD has been accepted as a 2020-21 fellow in the NC State Graduate School’s Preparing the Professoriate (PTP) program for doctoral and postdoctoral scholars pursuing careers in higher education. 

A photo of a colorful playground designed to teach gravity through virtual reality

Jan 9, 2019

Knocking It Out of the Park: A Playground Capstone Project

Assistant Professor Tamecia Jones created a playground capstone project for her TDE 481 students to blend their technical skills with the research methods they learned in her class last semester. See the innovative designs they brought to life using Poe Hall’s workshop and Makerspace.