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Mar 9, 2022

Doctoral Dissertation: KEITH LINDSAY

Keith Lindsay Investigating the Creation of Online Courses: A Case Study of Design Team Discussions under the direction of Dr. Julia McKeown March 9, 2022 at 3:00 p.m. Zoom link: https://ncsu.zoom.us/j/99249344693?pwd=UitPQXhzWVdGQXRMeVYvVy93dDAvUT09 

A group of students on a nature walk in Uganda

Mar 8, 2022

Study Co-authored by Alumni Distinguished Graduate Professor Sarah Carrier, Doctoral Candidate Aimee Fraulo Highlights Teachers’ Influence in Development of Sustainable Practices in Uganda

Teacher training programs can influence students, as well as their families and communities, to adopt sustainable behaviors to drive community-based conservation initiatives, according to a recent study co-authored by NC State College of Education Alumni Distinguished Graduate Professor Sarah Carrier and doctoral candidate Aimee Fraulo. 

NC State College of Education Assistant Professors Crystal Chen Lee and Jackie Relyea

Mar 4, 2022

Assistant Professors Crystal Chen Lee and Jackie Relyea to Receive Outstanding Engagement Awards

NC State College of Education Assistant Professors Crystal Chen Lee and Jackie Relyea have been selected as winners of the NC State Office of Outreach and Engagement’s 2021 Outstanding Engagement Award. 

Assistant Professor Amato Nocera

Feb 28, 2022

Project Funded by Spencer Foundation Will Allow Assistant Professor Amato Nocera to Approach Culturally Relevant Pedagogy Through a Historical Lens

As schools across the United States question how they can recruit and retain African American teachers and support historically marginalized students’ sense of belonging and self-worth in schools, NC State College of Education Assistant Professor Amato Nocera believes looking to the past can help find answers. 

Feb 24, 2022

Scholarship Support Helps Holly Small ’23 Pursue Goal of Providing Elementary School Students With STEM Experiences

Holly Small ’23 works full-time to help pay for her tuition, but scholarship support is helping provide her the financial assistance she needs to pursue her goal of becoming an elementary school teacher who gives students STEM experiences at an early age. 

Poe Hall

Feb 17, 2022

Dean of the College of Education Finalist Interviews Announced

Three finalists for dean of the College of Education have been selected for on-campus interviews, which will begin next week. 

NC State College of Education Associate Professor Angela Wiseman

Feb 11, 2022

Associate Professor Angela Wiseman Aims to Transform Use of Visual Methodologies to Promote Equity Using AERA Grant

Visual images have perpetuated racialized stereotypes and negative ideas, yet they also have the potential to amplify youth perspectives and dismantle deficit perspectives, says Associate Professor Angela Wiseman, Visual research methods, framed with an equity lens, can reflect people’s experiences and also play an important role in supporting children in educational contexts and communities. Wiseman also acknowledges that visual-based methods can be used as tools for activism and aims to develop and amplify visual methods in literacy education. 

NC State College of Education doctoral student Mwenda Kudumu at the Equity Research Symposium

Feb 9, 2022

More Than Two Dozen College of Education Scholars Present at NC State’s Inaugural Equity Research Symposium

Researchers from across NC State—including more than two dozen College of Education faculty, researchers and doctoral students—came together on Feb. 8 to share and catalyze cutting-edge, equity-focused and equity-relevant research during the university’s first-ever Equity Research Symposium. 

NC State College of Education Assistant Professor Jamie Pearson

Feb 8, 2022

Assistant Professor Jamie Pearson Discusses Equity in Education Research, FACES Project at National Events

Jamie Pearson, an assistant professor of special education in the NC State College of Education, is hoping to spark conversations that lead to action around equitable education research through her participation in two nationwide events. 

Two students working on homework

Feb 8, 2022

EdNC: After California, Our Time is Now: Making Ethnic Studies a Graduation Requirement in North Carolina

College of Education doctoral student Kia Allah discusses the need and benefit of having ethnic studies in K-12 schools.