Skip to main content

College of Education

Hollylynne Lee infographic

Oct 27, 2023

Hollylynne Lee Receives 2023 William D. Warde Statistics Education Award

Hollylynne Lee, a distinguished professor of mathematics and statistics education in the College of Education, has been named the recipient of the 2023 William D. Warde Statistics Education Award. 

A buddy bench constructed by NC State College of Education students using funds from student teacher mini-grants.

Oct 18, 2023

Donor Support Helps Future Teachers Transition From College to Classroom

College of Education students find themselves facing numerous costs as they transition into their careers, including licensure exam fees and student teaching. Thanks to a gift from the PowerSchool Education Fund, students can now receive vouchers to help cover these costs. 

A teacher and students in a classroom

Oct 17, 2023

Mini-Grants Crowdfunding Campaign Raises Over $8,000 to Increase Student Teachers’ Impact in the Classroom

The College of Education’s student teacher mini-grants campaign has succeeded in raising $8,039 — 160% of the crowdfunding campaign’s $5,000 goal — to help student teachers purchase supplies and materials they can use to make a greater impact on their classrooms. In total, 64 donors supported the effort. 

Shannon Carney, third from left, is presented with the 2023 North Carolina Association of Colleges for Teacher Education Student Teacher of the Year award.

Oct 17, 2023

Shannon Carney ’23 Named 2023 Student Teacher of the Year

Shannon Carney ’23, a recent graduate of the College of Education’s mathematics education program and a Park Scholar from the class of 2023, has been named the North Carolina Association of Colleges for Teacher Education Student Teacher of the Year. 

Students stand in front of a Lenovo logo

Oct 10, 2023

Students Gain Real-World Experiences in Augmented and Virtual Realities at MSEN Summer Camp With Newcombe Family Donation

This summer, a $50,000 donation from the Newcombe family in honor of Johan Newcombe provided 25 students from Southeast Raleigh Magnet High School and the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation’s North Carolina Math/Science Education Network Pre-College Program the opportunity to participate in a weeklong augmented reality and virtual reality camp. 

Ngoc “Emma” Burwell infographic for the College of Education

Oct 3, 2023

Why Gifts Matter: Scholarship Support Allows Ngoc “Emma” Burwell to Grow As Mathematics Educator

Ngoc “Emma” Burwell works hard to support her family in Vietnam and balance her responsibilities as a graduate student and teacher. That’s why financial support in the form of the Moshakos Family Teacher Education Graduate Fellowship has made such a meaningful difference in her life. 

The copper wolves at Wolf Plaza near Talley on main campus. Photo by Marc Hall

Sep 18, 2023

New NC State Crowdfunding Campaigns

Check out seven new crowdfunding projects that will help students make the most of their NC State experience. 

The Memorial Belltower and flowers

Aug 22, 2023

On the Path to Success

No matter what area — or areas — of NC State you support, your generosity makes a big difference throughout our campus. Our students graduate into successful careers, our faculty drive game-changing research and our programs build valuable connections, expanding our reach and your impact far beyond Raleigh. This past academic year, 36,159 donors joined us on a path to a bolder, brighter future. Learn more about how donor support is powering the extraordinary in a new school year. 

Goodnight Scholars infographic over photo of the Memorial Belltower

Aug 22, 2023

Meet the College of Education’s Newest Goodnight Scholars

Meet the six students from across North Carolina who will be pursuing their degrees at the College of Education as part of the Goodnight Scholarships program. 

Julia Murphy

Aug 22, 2023

Meet Our Incoming Students: Park Scholar Julia Murphy

Julia Murphy fell in love with NC State while attending Wolfpack football games with her parents, who are both alumni. Now, as a Park Scholar majoring in elementary education, she will have the opportunity to make her own path at NC State.