The academic home for undergraduate students committed to social change through a career in education or a related field.
Develop a sophisticated understanding of the socio-political-cultural context of school and the skills and knowledge that will enable future education professionals to be change agents in economically, racially, culturally, and linguistically diverse communities.
Certificate in EdF: Secondary 2020-2021 Program of Study
For all undergraduates enrolled in the Certificate in Educational Foundations: Secondary. More information about the Educational Foundations major can be found here.
CONTACT EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATIONS
We are open for (virtual!) business and prepared to provide you with the highest level of academic services and assistance possible. Currently, we are communicating with students via email and Zoom and plan to continue exploring additional communication tools and options.
Student Services Coordinator
Keri Baker may be contacted via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For summer term, Keri will be working remotely and available to students from 7 – 4 Monday through Wednesday via email. If you are interested in having a Zoom chat with Keri, send her an email with a few available times.
Advising & Retention Coordinator
Angel Dorantes may be contacted via email: email@example.com
Angel will be available for appointments Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday over the summer term.
Advising is scheduled in Navigate and held via Zoom.
For complete instructions, please visit the EdF Advising page.
Field Experience Coordinator
Jeanne Hall may be contacted via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Undergraduate Degree Program Director
Alison Schmitke may be contacted via email: email@example.com
What do I need to know about my EDST classes?
The Department of Education Studies is not cancelling any Fall 2020 courses. All EDST instructors are preparing to deliver instruction via remote learning or in person instruction. You will receive details from your instructors about how to access course content (Canvas, Zoom, etc.). Faculty and instructors will continue to provide engaging materials and activities through remote learning.
The Department of Education Studies and the Educational Foundations programs are committed to providing a critical intersectional lens toward dismantling white supremacy. We engage in teaching, research and service that centers Tribal Sovereignty, Black Lives Matter in schools, Latinx and Asian Desi Pacific Islander identity and exclusion, economic justice, LGBTQ educational rights, immigrant educational rights, language preservation, and access and opportunity for Oregon K-12 students to all be fully included in every classroom.