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Oregon State University, Oregon’s land-grant and premier research university and the state’s only institution to hold both the Carnegie Foundation’s top designation for research institutions and its prestigious Community Engagement classification, seeks a collaborative, inspiring, and entrepreneurial leader to serve as the Dean of the College of Education.
When trying to prevent a tragedy, OSU alumna and Director of Threat Assessment, Rebecca Bolante, says threat assessment is “not about finding someone who would do something bad, it is the opposite --- it is about creating a supportive plan so their situation changes.”
Rebecca Bolante is a stellar graduate from the Oregon State University College of Education who was studying in the PhD in Counseling program when the Virginia Tech shooting occurred. This event sparked her interest in threat assessment, and she changed her research focus to answer the question, “How can we prevent something like this happening in Higher Education?”
A new grant will allow up to 80 Oregon teachers in five districts, including Bend-La Pine Schools, to receive more training in working with students who don’t speak English proficiently. The $2.5-million grant was awarded to Oregon State University’s College of Education.
Gillberto Lara wins second place in the 2017 National Association for Bilingual Education (NABE) outstanding dissertation award for his dissertation.
Alumna Veronica Garcia of the Community College Leadership program appointed president of Northeast Lakeview College.
The scholar position was awarded to Michael Giamellaro, an assistant professor in the graduate teaching program.