The College of Education strives to be an international leader in research and in the preparation of change agents in education and related fields. We welcome you to join and share in our values: social justice, innovation, intersection of practice and research, reflection and integrity.
The College of Education scholarship application is open! This year we're using the new ScholarDollars system which allows you to apply for all Education and OSU scholarships at once. Applications are due on May 1st. All CoEd students are eligible, including Corvallis, Ecampus, and OSU-Cascades in Bend.
Also new this year we are announcing a new Licensure Support Fund Scholarship as an effort to help offset costs associated with teacher licensure programs. The deadline is March 31, 2019. More information and the application can be found on our website, or by contacting Student Services at 541-737-4661.
At 6:00 pm on March 7, 2019, the College of Education is hosting the 15th annual Carpenter Lecture. Held at McMenamins Wilsonville Old Church & Pub, the evening will include a poster session by Adult and Higher Education doctoral students, followed by the keynote speaker.
Dr. Eboni ZamaniI-Gallaher, Professor, Education Policy, Organization and Leadership, University of Illinois will speak on "Advancing The Social Justice Imperative of Community Colleges: Reconciling Democratic Principles Amid Elite Interests"
Book Sustainable Development of Human Capital with a chapter by Dr. Darlene Russ-Eft and doctoral student Laura Boehme has been released.
The school district and Oregon State University-Cascades are in the second year of a collaborative effort called the Math Learning Lab, in which OSU-Cascades education instructor Melinda Knapp teaches teams of elementary teachers the best methods for teaching math to young kids.
Funded by the Sisters-based Roundhouse Foundation, the Oregon State University-Cascades’ Masters of Arts in Teaching program is sending its graduate students, as well as teachers who graduated from OSU-Cascades, to lead free STEM-themed summer camps for middle schoolers.
Oregon State University has been awarded a five-year, $1 million grant to improve instruction of science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, and better meet needs of undergraduate students from diverse backgrounds.