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Shannon Carney ’23 Named 2023 Student Teacher of the Year
Originally published by Ryan Clancy, College Education News Shannon Carney ’23, a recent graduate of the NC State College of Education’s mathematics education program and Park Scholar...
Perspective | Why I almost talked myself out of becoming a teacher
by Syna Sharma, Originally published by EducationNC “What will you be when you grow up?” In high school, I knew that I wanted to pick...
Passport to Success Scholar Cat Dean ’23 Honored at Culminating Ceremony
As a College of Education Passport to Success scholar, Cat Dean '23 engaged in learning experiences outside of the classroom to prepare to make an impact as a teacher.
Teaching Fellows Learn to Build Community as Part of ‘The Power Sound of the South’
Cat Dean '23 is among a group of College of Education students who, as both Teaching Fellows and members of NC State’s Power Sound of the South marching band, are learning to build a sense of belonging for their future students.
Lessons in Leadership
Together, the Classes of 2023 and 2024 explored leadership in K-12 education equity and access during Learning Lab II.
Passionate About the Power of Higher Education
Shevani Mehta ’22 and Megan Pryor ’22 both participated in the Marian Drane Graham Scholars program which connects a handful of UNC System students passionate about the power of higher education.
Meet Park Faculty Scholar Cyndi Edgington
Cyndi Edgington, a Park Faculty Scholar for the Class of 2023, teaches STEM education at the NC State College of Education.
Megan Pryor ’22 Named 2021 Marian Drane Graham Scholar
Megan Pryor ’22 will work with UNC System leaders and staff to develop and present a capstone project outlining the role of higher education in North Carolina.
Three Park Scholars Honored at the NC State College of Education’s 11th Annual Education Council Spotlight Awards Ceremony
Shannon Carney '23, Cat Dean '23, and Megan Pryor '22 were recognized by the NC State College of Education for their leadership, achievements, and dedication to the field of education.
An Exponential Impact: Jasmine Frantz ’13 and Sara Scanlon ’12 Share Their Love of Teaching
Jasmine Frantz ’13 and Sara Taormina Scanlon ’12 teach math in adjacent classrooms at Apex Friendship High School.