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The College of Education strives to be an international leader in research and in the preparation of researchers in education and related fields. The College of Education engages in a range of research from bilingual education to informal education, to school counseling.
The 43-year-old graduated from OSU with a master’s degree in education before spending 14 years as a Corvallis police officer.
Authors Jana Bouma-Gearhart and Matthew T. Hard advocated for practice-based research that studies how post-secondary educators actually apply available data.
Oregon State University's College of Education and 4-H have been facilitating the After School STEM Club with the Boys & Girls Club of Corvallis twice weekly for five years at Garfield and Lincoln elementary schools.
College of Education alumni Maureen Foelkl and Brian Hanna were recognized by President Obama as recipients of the prestigious Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.