Thick skin and soft heart earn OSU counseling program coordinator prestigious award

“Elephants are what counselors should be—empathic and caring”. This year we are congratulating Gene Eakin who has been awarded the 2017 Leona Tyler award.

Showing Strength and Success with Bilingualism and Biculturalism

Fabiola Sandoval-Morado has triumphed over unbelievable challenges growing up as an undocumented citizen in extreme poverty and a culture where she was the only non-English speaker in her community.


Graduating Student Stories- Beyond the Shores of Hawaii

Keri Imada was inspired by her mother, a hard-working educator, to become a teacher herself


Graduating Student Stories- A Spark in Teaching

Suzette Savoie was able to “combine [her] passion for science and mentoring” through completion of the Master of Science in Education program this year.


Graduating Student Stories- From Student to Teacher

After five years of dedication, Allison Dorko is graduating this spring with a PhD in Mathematics Education.


Graduating Student Stories- A Dean with a Degree

Bruce Hattendorf’s final years of school have been challenging, but his hard work and determination has paid off and he is graduating from the Community College Leadership (CCL) program this year.

Cass Dykeman

100 Years of Counseling

Cass Dykeman: Associate Professor in the Counseling Program

Darlene Russ-Eft

Faculty Award: Darlene Russ-Eft

Darlene Russ-Eft was recently inducted into the Academy of Human Resource Development Hall of Fame.


Alumni: Bob Mohrbacher, Veronica R. Garcia

Bob Mohrbacher accepted the position of president at Centralia College and Veronica R.Garcia was appointed as the new president of Northeast Lakeview College.

María Leija teaches an ESOL class

New $2.5 million grant will support training for Oregon teachers of English learners

Oregon State University’s College of Education will provide training for up to 80 Oregon teachers who work with students learning English under a new $2.5 million federal grant.