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The counseling program at OSU has come a long way since the founder, Professor Frank H. Shepherd, taught the first counseling course during the Spring Semester of 1917. This year, Oregon State University’s College of Education’s Counseling program is proud to announce the celebration of its 100th anniversary.
Entering the 100th year of counseling, Cass Dykeman shares, that “the centennial is a chance for all of Oregon to celebrate the pivotal role the citizens of the State have played in the continuous development of this profession, [which is] so vital to the health of the nation.” Cass Dykeman, the Associate Professor in Counselor Education at OSU’s College of Education, has been a part of the program’s development since 1998.
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.
"I am retiring from OSU after 23 years. My decision to retire comes at good time for the college. Eight years ago, the Department of Science and Mathematics Education merged with the College of Education and 4H moved to the College of Public Health and Human Sciences. Now nearly a decade later, the college is very different from what it was. I see this as a good time for college faculty and staff to take stock of their significant accomplishments and look to what they want the college to be in the next decade." - Dean Larry Flick
Ruth Stiehl, Professor Emeritus, and Don Prickel, Assistant Professor, former College of Education faculty, have announced the publication of a six-book series titled, The OUTCOME Primers Series 2.0 which is designed to be used for the continued professional develop of administrators, directors and instructors.
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.