TIP Teaching Scholars

Jun 25, 2019

Neuse News: Four of the Finest from NC State’s Teaching Program Commit to LCPS

Four top scholars and future teachers from the NC State College of Education will begin their careers in the classrooms of Lenoir County after being recruited to Lenoir County Public Schools through the university’s TIP teacher development program.

Mar 1, 2019

Neuse News: NC State Chancellor Makes ‘Digital Trip’ to Contentnea-Savannah K-8 School

NC State Chancellor Randy Woodson visited Katie Martin, a senior majoring in technology, engineering and design education, via digital video call to learn more about the work she's doing during her student teaching semester in Lenoir County. Martin will continue to serve the county through The Innovation Project (TIP) Teaching Scholars program after she graduates in May.

Jun 27, 2018

Kinston Free Press: Two Teacher Interns Who Stand Out Are Spending Summer Here Fitting In

Designed to create a pipeline of high-quality teachers for rural and semi-rural parts of North Carolina, The Innovation Project (TIP) at NC State introduced seniors Ashley Lawson and Katie Martin to Lenoir County where they will begin their careers as teachers next year. They're joining the tight-knit community this summer as interns for the Lenoir County Public School's STEM Summer Camps.

Dec 20, 2017  |  News

17 Things That Happened at NC State Education in 2017

The NC State College of Education had an extraordinary year in 2017. We look back at 17 things that happened in the past year.

Oct 16, 2017  |  News

Applications Open for TIP Teaching Scholars Award Program

A new program designed to create a teacher pipeline for rural and semi-rural areas in North Carolina is now accepting applications from NC State juniors or seniors who will complete their student teaching during the 2018-19 academic year.

Oct 11, 2017  |  In the News

N&O Editorial Board: NC State Steps Up for Rural Schools, Teachers

Our new TIP Teaching Scholars Award Program "is a grand example of how a public university does something, really does something, to help people in the state, and areas of the state, that need that help," writes the Raleigh News & Observer's editorial board.