Kelsi Harris ’19: The Journey of a Lifetime
Kelsi Harris, an elementary education major, felt like she was in over her head when she first came to NC State. But a warm welcome and empowering instruction from the NC State College of Education helped shape her into a confident educator.
4 Undergraduate Students Present Work in Literacy, Math Education at NC State’s Undergraduate Research and Creativity Symposium
College of Education undergraduate students Kaitlynn Cipully, Alix Howard, Andy Khounmeuang and Maura Murphy presented research projects at the 28th Annual NC State University Undergraduate Research and Creativity Symposium held Wednesday, April 24.
Exploring Social Issues and Youth Advocacy through New #PasstheMicYouth Podcast
Christy Byrd, an assistant professor of applied developmental sciences at the NC State College of Education, is helping a group of NC State undergraduates explore culture, youth leadership and advocacy through a new podcast called #PasstheMicYouth. The student-run podcast -- which offers learn activities for each episode’s theme -- is set to launch May 2.
Teaching Fellow Erin Lisi on Building a Curriculum Based on “Cabaret”
Meet Erin Lisi: senior science education major and N.C. Teaching Fellow who designed a curriculum for high school students to explore themes like creative expression, personal ethics and minority oppression in the 1966 musical “Cabaret” -- and to ask themselves, “How can art help me?”
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.
Ashley Lawson ’18: Our First Truman Scholar
Ashley Lawson ’18 did not plan to become a teacher when she first came to NC State, but an “aha” moment with the university’s Park Scholars set her on a path to become a math teacher and our first Truman Scholar.
People of Poe | Kay Sumpter on Choosing NC State Education
Kay Sumpter just began her first year at the NC State College of Education. As a member of the Goodnight Scholars Program, Sumpter comes to the college from Lee County High School and plans to major in Elementary Education. Sumpter talks about her goals for her undergraduate studies and how the NC State College of Education will set her up for success as an educator.
Video: Meet #NCState22
More than 140 expected first-year and transfer undergraduate students began classes at the NC State College of Education Wednesday. They come from two countries, 10 states and 32 counties across North Carolina. In this video, members of #NCState22, who attended New Student Orientation in June, introduce themselves to the Wolfpack community. 🐺🐾
EdNC: NC State Education’s New Undergraduate Student Enrollment Jumps 29 Percent
The NC State College of Education begins the 2018-19 academic year with an expected 500 new undergraduate and graduate students—the college’s largest group of incoming students in over eight years. New students include an expected 141 first-year and transfer undergraduate students, which is a 29 percent increase in the number of new undergraduates from the same time last fall.
NC State Education’s New Undergraduate Student Enrollment Jumps 29%
For the second year in a row, the NC State College of Education will open a new academic year with its largest incoming group of new undergraduate and graduate students since 2010. Among the 500 expected new students are 141 expected new undergraduate students, which is a 29 percent increase from last fall.