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In 2014, the Graduate School celebrates its 30-year history of working in the community
The Iowa Board of Regents has named alumnus Steve Gettel M.Ed. ’81 as head of the state’s deaf and blind schools.
Alumnus Thomas Hagerman has been named superintendent of schools in Scarsdale, New York.
Retired educator Ford Morishita (’78, M.A.T. ’81) comments on the new Oregon State Board of Education’s Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS).
Linnea Osterberg, M.A. ’02, is an award-winning Portland-area photographer known for her portraits of children and families. The graduate of the addiction counseling program debuted “Grandma” in spring 2014, an exhibit that honors the bond between grandmothers and their grandchildren. Her collection, displayed at some Portland businesses and scheduled for display in the fall at Smith College in Massachusetts, includes photographs of more than 50 subjects.