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Alyssa McInnis and Emily Southard pose in their graduation caps and gowns

May 16, 2022

‘Whatever You Need, I’m There’ — Meet #NCState22 Best Friends Emily and Alyssa

Brought together by the saxophone section, best friends reminisce on their time in Carter-Finley Stadium. 

Sign outside Wake STEM Early College High School.

May 5, 2022

Wake STEM Early College High School Hosts May 9 Open House

Take a tour of the school's new campus and learn about the innovative program that allows students to earn a high school diploma and college credit. 

A graphic shows scales, non-specific heads and dollar signs in green, red and purple.

Apr 22, 2022

Research Through an Equitable Lens

Recognizing the importance of a fair and just society, researchers at NC State prioritize equity in their diverse fields. 

Teacher with Student

Mar 31, 2022

Libraries, College of Education Partner to Support Students in Need

The Transformational Scholarships Program provides scholarships to promising high school students from Eastern North Carolina who will return to the region to teach after graduating from NC State. 

The NC State Belltower at dusk and night. Photo by Marc Hall

Mar 30, 2022

Graduate Programs Rise in Rankings

This year's U.S. News rankings bring good news for graduate programs across the university. Three programs place in the top 10 nationwide while numerous other graduate programs advance. 

Paola Sztajn

Mar 22, 2022

NC State Names New Dean of the College of Education

With more than 30 years of experience in education, Paola Sztajn takes the helm April 1. 

Zoom call with coffee

Feb 17, 2022

How to Structure Online Classrooms for Adults

The study led by an NC State researcher offers important lessons about the challenges and benefits of online learning for adults. 

Hollylynne S. Lee

Jan 27, 2022

NC State Distinguished Education Professor Hollylynne Lee Receives Cherry Award

The Cherry Award honors professors with exceptional teaching skills who have a record of having a positive, inspiring and long-lasting impact on students. 

Hollylynne S. Lee

Jan 27, 2022

The Secret to Successful Teaching

NC State's Hollylynne S. Lee shares pearls of wisdom on strategies for successful teaching and other topics. 

A laptop open to an online course,.

Jan 26, 2022

7 Online Programs Rank Among Top 10 in U.S. News Rankings

NC State has long been recognized for the quality of its on-campus teaching, student support and research facilities. Now its online degree programs are on the rise. 

Woman at computer

Jan 6, 2022

This is How Students Can Learn Problem-Solving Skills in Social Studies

An NC State study looked at the outcomes of using computational thinking in social studies. 

NC State gateway at sunset

Dec 6, 2021

More Than Half of Museum, Zoo Educators Weighing Career Change, Survey Finds

A survey led by NC State researchers revealed challenges for science educators in museums and non-school settings during the pandemic. 

Nov 11, 2021

Q&A with Joy Gaston Gayles, ASHE President

Professor and Senior Advisor for Advancing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Joy Gaston Gayles talks about her goals as the president of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, what changes she hopes to see in the field and how her new role ties in with her work at the College of Education. 

Hollylynne Lee poses outside the College of Education.

Sep 21, 2021

Q&A With Cherry Award Finalist Hollylynne Lee

Lee, a passionate and lifelong educator, reflects on the lessons she's learned — and taught — on her path to being recognized as one of the nation's most inspiring teachers. 

School textbooks

Sep 9, 2021

Uncertainty on Climate Change in Textbooks Linked to Uncertainty in Students

A study by an NC State researcher found textbooks that portray climate change as uncertain can influence students.