NC State College of Education Students Share the Impact of Scholarships
College of Education students Eric Wylie, Juan Cortes and Elyse Smith share their stories and how scholarship support has impacted their lives and their academic experience.
Ask the Expert: How Can Teachers Use Technology in the Classroom?
Alumni Distinguished Undergraduate Professor Karen Hollebrands shares how using technology in the classroom can enhance learning and motivate students.
Meet May Graduate Rachel Bland
Experiences in the Goodnight Scholars Program and the College of Education have prepared elementary education major Rachel Bland '20 to apply her leadership and pedagogical skills in a rural community.
Why I Give: College of Education’s Erin Krupa Ph.D.
Erin Krupa may have been a faculty member in the NC State College of Education for only 16 months, but she is no stranger to Poe Hall. After teaching math for four years at W.G. Enloe High School in Raleigh, she decided to earn her Ph.D. Students' firsthand accounts of the importance of scholarships in opening doors, as well as her own scholarship experience as a Teaching Fellow, inspire Krupa to give back to the college.
Stepping Up to Serve
Support from the Teaching Fellows Program, U.S. Military Academy and University Scholars Program have helped prepare an extraordinary group of NC State graduates for careers in education and service at a time when their skills are needed most.
Belk Center Supports Community College Educators During COVID-19 Outbreak
With community college campuses across North Carolina closed to help stop the spread of the coronavirus, the NC State College of Education’s Belk Center for Community College Leadership and Research is providing critical support to help ease the transition to remote learning. The center is offering webinars, one-on-one support through virtual office hours and more.
Grant Will Help Train New Cohorts of School Leaders
A five-year, $3.75 million grant from the N.C. Principal Fellows Commission will allow the College of Education to expand delivery of its customized, two-year Master of School Administration program through partnerships with multiple school districts.
Staff Giving Spotlight: Mark Williams
Mark Williams, director of information technology at NC State's College of Education, credits the college with helping him launch his career. He gives back to help support passionate future educators — like his wife, Kebbler, a 2014 graduate of the Master in School Administration program.
Becoming the Educator She Wants to Be
Kyanna “Kay” Sumpter '22 is a Goodnight Scholar and member of the College of Education's first Global Educators Program cohort. She gives back to NC State in honor of private support's influence on her own college experience.
College of Education Establishes Warfield Fellows in Memory of Chantal Warfield ’19
The NC State College of Education has announced the creation of the Warfield Fellows. This competitive eight-week internship program is supported through memorial contributions and furthers the legacy of Chantal Warfield, a May 2019 graduate who passed away this past October. Warfield was committed to addressing inequities that disproportionately impact low-income, first-generation and underrepresented student populations.