The Arthur Applebee Award for Excellence in Research on Literacy is presented annually to honor an outstanding article in literacy research published in a refereed journal. Amanda Kibler (Professor in the OSU College of Education) and her co-authors, Judy Paulick, Natalia Palacios and Tatiana Hill received the award for their recent research article, Shared Book Reading and Bilingual Decoding in Latinx Immigrant Homes, published in the Journal of Literacy Research. This award was presented at the LRA conference in Atlanta, GA.
The OSU College of Education is pleased to announce that we have again received two partner pathway "Grow Your Own" grants from the Oregon Educator Advancement Council for the second year of the program. These grants, totaling nearly $700,000 in year one and $700,000 in year two, enable OSU to build and strengthen partnerships with local community colleges and school districts in order to diversify the teacher workforce and address teacher shortages by attracting and retaining candidates from local communities. We are excited to be continuing this work and look forward to potential additional funding over the next few years.
Story by: Morgan Grindy
“The number of people I’ve been able to help obtain a doctorate at OSU is my biggest accomplishment. The joy of it is that those people will go out and train others, so the influence you have in the field is exponential through your doctorate students,” Dykeman says. “It’s been fun to watch them achieve their dreams.
Dr. Cass Dykeman is anticipating moving to the top spot for the most completed dissertations of all time at Oregon State University.
His research is focused on Corpus Linguistics, English for Academic Purposes, Bayesian Statistics, and online teaching and counseling methods. His primary focus is on how anxiety and depression impact learning. Dykeman says his fields of study have had a positive impact on his ability to teach his students.
At Oregon State University’s College of Education, we develop a diverse and inclusive community of scholars, educators and change agents.
We are deeply engaged with equity and anti-racism work in our research, teaching and service. Our faculty include award-winning scholars, producing cutting-edge, equity-minded research.
We are excited to welcome the OSU community back to in-person and on-site learning, teaching, work, programs and activities. We are confident we can do so with the many plans and tools we have to help reduce the risk and spread of COVID-19. Please know that we are committed to your success and safety. More information regarding the University's Pathway to fall plans and COVID-19 can be viewed at the COVID site link below.
Alex Martin was only a few months into his Masters in Education program at Oregon State University when a couple of his friends, also in their student teaching, told him that he could make some extra money subbing for the district.
Oregon State University will lead a National Science Foundation-funded effort to discover Antarctica’s oldest ice and learn more about how the Earth’s climate has changed over the past several million years. Oregon State faculty affiliated with the project include Erin Pettit, an associate professor and glaciologist, and Christo Buizert, an assistant professor and climate change specialist, both in the College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences, and Jana Bouwma-Gearhart, an associate professor of science education and associate dean in the College of Education.
The MAT Clinically Based Elementary program and some of our students are featured in the spring issue of the Oregon Stater, OSU’s alumni magazine. You’ll see several of our wonderful teacher candidates featured: Kimberly Skinner (Beaverton School District, Class of 2020), Daniel Dai (Portland Public Schools Dual Language Teacher Resident, Class of 2021), Laura Plomer (Hillsboro School District, Class of 2022), and Madeline Elmer (Beaverton School District, Class of 2021)
More than 250 area community members and others beyond Central Oregon have been served over the past year by telehealth services offered by Oregon State University – Cascades Community Counseling Clinic in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Blog post with a recording of Mike O'Malley's funeral services, obituary and other links.
In Oregon State University’s College of Education, nearly 100 students in teacher preparation programs this year have faced an extraordinary challenge: learning how to be K-12 teachers in the midst of a global pandemic that closed schools, left many children learning from home and tested even the most seasoned educators.