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.
"I am honored to be asked to help continue and grow the impact in teaching, research and service that is being done in the College of Education. The mission of the college is to prepare, inspire and support teachers, counselors, educational leaders, researchers and volunteers. This is a very important role and engages Oregon State in working with educators and promoting lifelong learning in K-12 schools, colleges and universities and throughout our communities.
We will continue to embrace innovation in all that we do in the college." - Toni Doolen, Dean, College of Education
Since 1984, Darlene Russ-Eft has been an on-going contributor to the Human Resource Development (HRD) field by “leading the profession through research” and the “development of new knowledge”. She is considered one of the founders of the field of HRD, with a passion for teaching and research that has awarded her with an Academy of Human Resource Development (AHRD) Hall of Fame honor.
Terry Adams, a senior instructor in the double degree program through the College of Education, has been named the Professional Faculty Leadership Association’s June 2017 ‘Our Hero.’
English learner graduation rates and academic outcomes may suffer from uneven reclassification policies, according to a recent multi-state study of the effects of statewide polices on local student outcomes.
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.