Our mission is to enrich lives in the classroom and in communities. Our students will become the next generation of teachers, adult educators, informal educators, counselors and educational leaders. Our faculty’s research helps us understand how people learn and teach. Today's students will support tomorrow's learners.
We offer a variety of programs to serve your needs and help prepare you to become a leader in education. Whether you're an aspiring teacher or counselor, looking for professional development, a trainer or facilitator adult learning, an informal educator, or interested in education research, we have the program for you.
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.
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.
Instructors are using quantitative data about their students’ classroom performance as well as qualitative data such as student feedback from mid-term surveys or informal conversations, said Jana Bouwma-Gearhart, an associate professor of science and mathematics education at OSU and lead author of the study.
Rosie O’Brien Vojtek, who has been at the helm at Ivy Drive for the past 17 years, has been named president of the non-profit Connecticut Association of Schools (CAS). She received her bachelor’s degree from Oregon State University.