Now working with teachers throughout Oregon, Pacific University's Residency Teacher Licensure (RTL) Program provides a path for teachers with temporary or emergency credentials to gain full licensure while continuing to work in the classroom.
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Pacific University’s College of Arts & Sciences will be hosting national teaching and learning expert Kevin Gannon on Tuesday, Oct. 3. There will be several opportunities for students, faculty and staff to interact with Dr. Gannon, also known as "the Tattooed Professor."
The interim dean of Pacific's College of Education is the co-author of a report advocating for changes to the Education & Secondary Education Act and will be part of a joint briefing on the report on Capitol Hill on September 27.
Melissa Johnson MFA '24 has been awarded the Fall 2023 Mapmakers Teaching Assistantship, a competitive opportunity co-sponsored by the Master of Fine Arts and English programs.
College of Education Awarded Grant to Analyze Racial Inequality in Education Research and Journalism
Andy Saultz, PhD, interim dean of the College of Education, has received a $50,000 research grant award from the Spencer Foundation for the project “Innovations in Measuring, Analyzing, and Discussing Race and Racial Inequality in Education Research and Journalism.” Pacific will collaborate with the Northwest Evaluation Association on the project.
College of Education Announces Leadership Updates for Schools of Learning and Teaching & Communication Sciences and Disorders
The College of Education is excited to announce two leadership updates for the School of Learning and Teaching and the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders.
Michael Hahn MFA '23 awarded the Fall 2022 Mapmakers Teaching Assistantship.
Join the ELC for the 2022-2023 School Year. Now enrolling 3rd/4th grade!
Audrey Delaney-Hanna '22 applied to the Pacific University master of arts in teaching because she was seeking a program that promoted strong communication between teachers and students.
Emily Gaines '20 came to Pacific University to play softball — and she stayed for the relationships.