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September 2022

Hispanic Heritage Month Spotlight: Edwin Tovar Moran

Name: Edwin Tovar Moran Hometown: Clinton, NC Major: Secondary History Education Degrees: Associate in Arts & Associate in Science from Sampson Community College Why did you choose education? I chose […]


August 2022

COE welcomes new faculty and staff members this fall

The College of Education welcomed 17 new faculty and staff members for the 2022-2023 academic year. The new faculty and staff members include Sonya Small (Partnership Teach), Maya Hart (REI), […]


July 2022

Bright and Gallagher publish articles on DEI, evaluation of social studies resources

Dr. Kawanna Bright, assistant professor in library science, published “Incorporating Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) into Research,” which proposes ways in which researchers and educators can incorporate more DEI into […]


January 2022

LEHE faculty publish work on culturally responsive pedagogy and representations of teacher gender

Faculty in the Department of Literacy Studies, English Education, and History Education recently published articles in their field. Drs. Mikkaka Overstreet, Christy Howard, and Anne Ticknor wrote an article in […]


December 2021

Research highlights collaborative nature of faculty, alumni

Three recent publications highlight the collaborative nature of the College of Education as well as the success of students post-graduation. Dr. Rhea Miles, a science education professor, published an article […]


November 2021

Faculty publish research, serve as guest editors

Faculty across the College of Education have recently published research in their discipline. Several of our faculty also served as guest editors of Theory & Practice in Rural Education, which […]


September 2021

Moore awarded NC DKG Beginning Teacher of the Year

In April 2021, Taylor Moore was selected as the first recipient to receive the NC Beginning Teacher Award from NC DKG (NC Delta Kappa Gamma).  NC DKG promotes professional and […]


May 2021

College hosts virtual learning exchange focusing on teaching reading online

The ECU College of Education hosted a virtual learning exchange event, Teaching Reading in an Online Environment, on February 24, 2021. Six expert panelists shared experiences and perspectives about teaching […]


March 2021

LEHE offers virtual Foundations of Reading Test preparation workshops

This spring, the Department of Literacy Studies, English Education, and History Education offered 8 virtual Foundations of Reading Test preparation workshops for ECU students, thanks to the generosity of the […]


March 2020

Four faculty win COE Diversity Mini Grants

Four College of Education faculty received the first COE Diversity Mini Grants for two projects that relate to issues or topics relating to diversity. Drs Jennifer Gallagher and Melissa Wrenn […]