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EOU Fieldhouse ribbon-cutting ceremony
Eastern Oregon University will be holding a ribbon-cutting ceremony to commemorate the opening of the new Fieldhouse on October 22 at 10:30 a.m. Following the ceremony, tours of the facility will be available throughout the day.
Learn about EOU’s presidential search
Appointing the next president of Eastern Oregon University is one of the most important activities undertaken by the Board of Trustees. Click the button below to learn more.
Program Profile: Special Education Initial Teacher Licensure
The SEITL undergraduate program is a comprehensive two-year program that combines coursework in core study areas and structured in-person practicum and student teaching field placements. The emphasis of the SEITL undergraduate program is to prepare qualified, informed, and dynamic special educators for an Oregon teaching license with a special educator endorsement.
Jerrod Jolin, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor for Special Education Initial Teacher Licensure
Professor Jerred Jolin runs Eastern Oregon University’s Special Educator Endorsement Program. He earned his Ph.D in 2018 from the Joint Doctoral Program in Special Education at the University of California, Berkeley & San Francisco State University. His doctoral research applied innovative approaches to educational measurement and assessment in the context of developing a measure of soft skill proficiency for transition-age high school students in special education. In the Graduate School of Education at UCB, his research and coursework in the Quantitative Methods and Evaluation program encompassed methodological applications, in addition to studies into the conceptual and philosophical foundations of the practice of measurement in education.
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Choosing the exercise science concentration as my route to physical therapy school was one of my best academic decisions. Not only was I prepared to be accepted to a Doctor of Physical Therapy program, but I also developed a strong passion for exercise and nutrition. My favorite part of the Physical Activity & Health program is the practicality of the content. I can use the knowledge I gained from these classes in my everyday life.”
Cassie Wendt, '15
Physical Activity & Health