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Sep 6, 2012

High Quality Is Goal of First BOCs

The effort to consolidate business services on campus took a big step forward with the announcement of the first two all-in-one centers. Get the details and find out why quality is the top goal. 

Aug 9, 2012

Web Conference on Digital Transition

Take part in a free Web conference offered by a project at the Friday Institute targeted at K-12 educators, administrators and education faculty. 

Mar 28, 2012

Math Education Awards Add up

Mathematics education faculty are winning recognition for work ranging from research on teachers' use of technology in solving problems to leadership in preparing secondary math teachers. 

Feb 21, 2012

Education Professor’s Book Recognized

Dr. Brad Mehlenbacher, associate professor of distance learning, won the Best Book in Technical and Scientific Communication award at the 2012 Conference on College Composition and Communication. 

Feb 14, 2012

Remembering Clark, Pioneer of Inclusion

Dr. Lawrence (Larry) Clark, longtime faculty member and administrator, was a driving force behind campus changes that helped African American and female students thrive at NC State. 

Nov 23, 2011

McNeal Honored with Friday Medal

NC State honored Dr. Bill McNeal, longtime leader and former Wake County superintendent, with the Friday Medal for contributions to education. 

Jul 20, 2011

Big Boost in Donor Giving

Donor giving jumped 19 percent in 2011, providing some much needed good news in tough economic times. 

May 25, 2011

Schoolhouse to White House

Nationally recognized teacher Zebetta King shares the secrets of teaching students to love science.  

Mar 15, 2011

Writing the Book on Scholarly Publishing

Dr. Tim Hatcher has helped write the book on scholarly publishing, complete with sections on working with journal editors, dealing with rejection and handling rewrites. 

Feb 23, 2011

B-E-E there: Spellers Compete on Campus

Remember how your knees knocked as you stood in front of your whole class, trying to spell "angst" or "erudite" ? Come cheer on the next generation of logophiles (word lovers) this Saturday when the Wake County Spelling Bee comes to campus.