Our cluster represents an interdisciplinary effort to enhance information and communications technologies to support learning in formal and informal settings. Our work addresses issues related to foundational research, classroom practices and educational policy. We extend and advance the university’s well-established, highly successful multidisciplinary collaborations involving faculty and students from the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation; the departments of Computer Science, Psychology, and Communications; and the College of Design.
NC State faculty significantly impact educational research and development through a studies funded by the National Science Foundation and other grantors. Together with our strong network of public- and private-sector partners, we influence statewide programs and policies, and gain increased national recognition for our contributions to educational advances.
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Daniela (Ela) Castellanos-Reyes to Join NC State as Assistant Professor Part of Digital Transformation of Education Cluster
Daniela (Ela) Castellanos-Reyes is the newest Chancellor’s Faculty Excellence Program cluster hire at NC State University. In August, she will join NC State’s Digital Transformation of Education cluster’s interdisciplinary team and NC State’s College of Education as an assistant professor of learning, design and technology. Currently, she is an National Academy of Education/Spencer Dissertation Fellow earning her Ph.D. in learning design and technology from Purdue University.
ORIED Announces Inaugural GRIP Winners
Four NC State research teams have been selected as the inaugural winners of the Game-Changing Research Incentive Program (GRIP), a three-year, $2.3 million seed-funding initiative designed to stimulate interdisciplinary and collaborative research in the Triangle.