Experienced educators take their knowledge to the next level through innovative programs that call for active participation in groundbreaking research. For experienced Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics educators ready to advance their careers and become leaders in their fields, a STEM graduate degree is the logical next step.

STEM Education Research Symposium

Graduate students in the NC State College of Education's Department of STEM Education share how the department is preparing them for the next stage of their careers, including the opportunity to conduct original research and build collaborative relationships with faculty and other students.

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In-Depth Research. Real-World Experience.

Students in our graduate-level STEM programs gain invaluable skills that create recognized leaders in science-based education. Through an emphasis on research, grad students gain the experience they need to make a real impact in the world around them.

By providing a closely connected community of support and mentoring, program participants are uniquely equipped to succeed both academically and in research, positively influencing their future practice. We incorporate a variety of funded projects, scholarships and awards that allow students to undertake a wide breadth of research projects. Researchers are able to present their findings in academic settings and publish results with world-class scholars.

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Some recommendations must be submitted as a hard copy. Please direct these to:

Margaret Blanchard
Professor of Science Education
Research Director, The Science House
Graduate Coordinator, Science Education
Poe Hall 510 N

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Master of Arts in Teaching Program (MAT)

For scholars interested in this program, please contact:

Cyndi Edgington, PhD
Associate Teaching Professor
and MAT Program Coordinator for Mathematics Education Concentration

Matt Reynolds, PhD
Assistant Teaching Professor
and MAT Program Coordinator for Science Education Concentration

Kevin Sutton, PhD
Assistant Teaching Professor
and MAT Program Coordinator for Technology, Engineering, and Design Education Concentration