The College of Education takes its land-grant role seriously, including our critical part in responding to the novel coronavirus. View COVID-19 site.
The WSU ROAR program has received a grant from the U.S. Department of Education that will help it continue to change lives; lives like the students pictured here.
You can now request a teaching Emergency Certificate at the bottom of this page.
Grad wins fellowship
David Alpizar has won the WSU Dissertation Fellowship allowing him the opportunity to focus solely on his dissertation for the next year. He will have time to think critically about his research.
ZoomED In is back
During the start of COVID-19, when we all started using Zoom quite a bit, we combined a number of elements and our video podcast was born. Now Season 2 begins.
Preventing farmer suicide
The college’s Learning and Performance Research Center will play a large role in the success of a new $7 million USDA grant to expand a farmer suicide prevention program.
Our commitments and partnerships
- Scholarships and Giving
- Learning and Performance Research Center
- Ti’tooqan Cuukeweneewit
- Fulbright Specialist Program
- WSU ROAR
- Three Minute Thesis (3MT)
- VODCAST (VIDEO PODCAST) — “ZoomED In”
- PODCAST — “Education Eclipse”
- BLOG — “EduCoug”
- DEAN’S BLOG — “Dean’s Perspectives”
- PHOTOS (Flickr)
- NEWS (In the News)