Engineering Students Win Three Minute Thesis
Three students from the College of Engineering were chosen as winners in the Graduate School’s fifth annual Three Minute Thesis.
An Educator Right Where She Needed to Be
When LaTeisha Jeannis graduates with her doctorate in educational administration and supervision this month, it won’t be her first degree from NC State. Innovative professors and support including the Augustus Witherspoon Graduate Fellowship ensured that the College of Education was the right place for her – four times over.
Jemilia Davis Wins National Outstanding Graduate Student Award
Jemilia Davis, a doctoral student in the College of Education’s Educational Leadership, Policy, and Human Development program area of study in higher education, has been selected to receive the 2019 Outstanding Graduate Student Award.
NC State Education Graduate Student Wins First Prize for Research Poster
Briana Green, a master’s student in the NC State College of Education's educational psychology program, won first prize in the research poster competition at the American Psychological Association Division 45 Society for the Psychological Study of Culture, Ethnicity, and Race Research Conference.
A New Teacher’s Surprise Path
Graduate Kaitlin Montgomery prepared for a career in journalism — until one of her signature news stories led her to teach middle school instead.
Graduate Programs Rise in 2019 Rankings
Engineering and education advance in the U.S. News rankings of the nation’s top graduate programs.
Researching Ethics in Counseling with an Aim to Help Others
Latonya Graham's experience in public health led her to explore the ethics of how and when to notify patients of disease exposure.
Qwen Ballard: Advancing the Black Male Initiative
Qwen Ballard, who earns a master's degree at May commencement, mentors young males of color, K-12, through the Black Male Initiative.
Taheera Blount: From Inspired to Inspiring
Newly minted Ph.D. Taheera Blount successfully defended her dissertation in counseling education on March 14. However, she has had a full career even before this accomplishment. Learn more about her unique path to academia.
Spotlight on Alumna Lori Dees
Lori Dees, graduate alumna, uses what she learned at the College of Education to daily impact the lives of her students. Dees, an associate professor of English at Wake Technical Community College, recently earned Wake Tech’s 2016 Instructor of the Year award.