iPad Minis, Mobile App Improve Efficiency of NC State’s Counselor Education Program
When the old model of supervising graduate students in the Counselor Education Program proved to be difficult, Assistant Professor Adria Shipp Dunbar developed a solution that resulted in a new app and iPad minis for students.
Meet Marissa Franzen ’16EDD: ‘Help Mold and Ensure Great Educators for the Future’
Meet Marissa Franzen, Ed.D., who joined the NC State College of Education faculty in the 2019-20 academic year
Meet Steve Miller ’08EDD: ‘Nurture Our Students to Engage’
Meet Steve Miller, a teaching assistant professor of STEM Education who joined the NC State College of Education faculty in the 2019-20 academic year.
Joe Busby ‘99EDD on Taking Inspiration From Other Educators
Joe Busby ‘99EDD -- a technology, engineering and design teacher at Panther Creek High School in Wake County -- explains why he “cried like a baby” when he was presented with the North Carolina Technology Student Association’s Influence Award honoring former NC State College of Education Associate Professor Richard E. Peterson.
Technology, Engineering and Design Students Earn Awards in Regional Competitions
Undergraduate students in NC State College of Education’s Technology, Engineering and Design Education program had two Top 3 finishes in competitions at the Technology & Engineering Education Collegiate Association Eastern Regional Conference.
#WhyIChoseEducation: Benjamin Snead
Benjamin Snead was going to be an engineer. At least that's what he thought until late into his engineering coursework. Find out what changed his mind and how he's using those skills to advance the education of students in Wake County.
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.
Counseling Today: There’s No Escaping Technology
In a new monthly series she will co-write for Counseling Today Online, Assistant Professor Adria S. Dunbar will explore how counselors can leverage technology to be more effective and efficient. In the debut entry, Dunbar and her co-author write: "Whether you’re the early adopter who embraces technology usage in every aspect of your life or the skeptical laggard who argues that we would all be better off if we were less plugged in, you can’t escape the question of whether (or how) to integrate technology into your life and work."
New NSF-Funded Project to Improve Student Experiences in STEM
Professor Aaron C. Clark is the co-principal investigator for a project addressing the shortcomings of introductory STEM courses at universities to support the retention, success and engagement of STEM students.
Global Educators Collaborating Across the Atlantic
There is an increased need for global education in our interdependent world. That’s why the College of Education recently sent a cohort of graduate students and faculty to Finland.