Developing change agents in the form of researchers, scholars, learning leaders, teachers, and counselors. Change agents make a difference by promoting innovation, social justice, and lifelong learning. They prepare citizens who are socially empowered, reflective, innovative, and caring members of our increasingly diverse communities and the world. The College of Education is pleased to be a part of the Division of Arts & Sciences, as part of OSU's Strategic Alignment, along with its companion colleges the College of Science and the College of Liberal Arts.
Following reorganization and realignment of the university toward ambitious strategic goals and the college’s own reorganization, we are at an important juncture to strengthen our nationally recognized programs and build on new expertise.
The Carpenter Lecture is an annual professional development event that features a nationally known speaker on a topic of importance to community colleges. In addition to current students in the Adult and Higher Education doctoral program, attendees include northwest community college leaders and members of the OSU community.
Accreditation of the Professional Teacher and Counselor Education (PTCE) unit at Oregon State University (OSU) includes all initial and advanced licensure programs offered by the Cascades and Corvallis campuses (but does not pertain to individual education courses that the institution offers to P-12 educators for professional development, re-licensure, or other purposes).
A page providing a variety of resources and supports to enhance your skills as educators across diverse groups and settings. Find a variety of educational materials – from online instruction, to professional development, to supportive connections and other resources.