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Mar 1, 2016

Scholarships Available: Find out more about the Elementary Education Math Specialist Master’s Program

The first 20 accepted applicants to the 2016 cohort of Master’s program in Elementary Education will receive a $2000 scholarship. It is designed for those who hold a current teaching… 

Feb 25, 2016

5 Questions on the Elementary Education Math Specialist Master’s Program

With the application deadline for summer admission right around the corner, we want to take the opportunity to highlight this program by spotlighting one of its alumnae. We talked to Vanessa Rossitz, '15, who is currently teaching third grade at Hodge Road Elementary. 

Mr. and Mrs. Wuf attend the groundbreaking ceremony.

Feb 25, 2016

Spotlight On Scholarship Recipient and Doctoral Student Michael Shane Fletcher

Michael Shane Fletcher, PhD candidate in literacy in Teacher Education and Learning Sciences, was awarded a scholarship to present his dissertation research at the NC Reading Association Conference on March 14,… 

Feb 15, 2016

College of Education Professor Currently Teaching In Ecuador as Fulbright Scholar

Dr. Patricia L. Marshall is a professor in the College of Education, Department of Teacher Education and Learning Sciences, who is teaching in Ecuador for the 2015-2016 school year as part of the Fulbright Scholars program. 

A photo of the NC State Memorial Belltower

Feb 15, 2016

Alumna Naomi De Guzman Nominated For Diane Kent-Parker Award

Naomi De Guzman is a 2015 elementary education graduate of the College of Education and a teacher at Yates Mill Elementary. She was recently awarded the Diane Kent-Parker award for outstanding first year teachers. 

Feb 9, 2016

The College of Education Runs in the Family for the Wrights

Lindsay Wright is studying elementary education and just finished her first semester of freshman year. Her father, Dean Wright, attended NC State for undergrad (his degree is in multidisiplinary studies), then returned to get his master’s in counselor education from the College of Education. 

Feb 8, 2016

College of Education Alumna Wins Cary Chamber of Commerce’s First Year Teacher Award

Olivia Ellington is a first year teacher at Weatherstone Elementary who was recently awarded with the Cary Chamber of Commerce 2015-2016 First Year Teacher Award. 

Feb 4, 2016

Student Legacy Spotlight: The Stocks Family

In our new series, we’ll profile our freshman legacy students and their parent(s) who also attended NC State. 

Jan 29, 2016

College of Education Students Carry on Parents’ Legacy at NC State

In our new series, we’ll profile our freshman legacy students and their parent(s) who also attended NC State. 

Jan 27, 2016

College of Education Professor’s App Garners National Recognition

Dr. Michael A. Evans, a professor of digital learning and teaching, has created a nationally-recognized educational phone app that helps students learn about fractions and functions through game-based learning.