UOTeach Contact Lists




Oregon Teacher Standards Practices Commission Teacher License contact.tspc@oregon.gov 503-378-3586
Interim Program Dir Edward Olivos emolivos@uoregon.edu (541) 346-2190
Master’s Degree Director Julia Heffernan jheffern@uoregon.edu (541) 346-2490
edTPA Coordinator Julia Heffernan jheffern@uoregon.edu (541) 346-2490
Clinical Practices Dir. /Placement Coordinator Elementary Kara Whipple kwhipple@uoregon.edu (541) 346-8034
Placement Coordinator M/H Robin Patterson (541) 346-1360
ESOL Program Abby Lane abby@uoregon.edu (541) 346-2645
Program Assistant Amy Harter uoteach@uoregon.edu (541) 346-1360
Licensure Analyst/Student Records Coordinator (Licensure & Graduation) Richelle Krotts coelicensure@uoregon.edu
Faculty Instructors See COE Directory https://education.uoregon.edu/staff
Grad School (541) 346-5129 gradsch@uoregon.edu
EDST Dept Head Jen Husman jhusman@uoregon.edu


Email Address Updates Cohort 11


We recognize the challenges of communicating with busy people and work to utilize various communication tools (UOTeach Facebook, UOTeach Cohort-11 FB, MailChimp, Qualtrics Survey’s, etc) to help keep people informed and linked in. In addition we have various list serves to support your communication with the cohort and affinity groups.

Cohort 11 Main list – uoteach11@lists.uoregon.edu 
Cohort 11 Elementary list – uoteach11-elem@lists.uoregon.edu
Cohort 11 Mid/High list – uoteach11-mh@lists.uoregon.edu

UO requires that students use their UO for university related communications.

Kalapuya Illahee:

We acknowledge that we are here on Kalapuya Illahee–the traditional Indigenous homeland of Kalapuya peoples, who were dispossessed of their Indigenous homeland by the U.S. Government over several years, but most notably in Treaties between 1851 and 1855. Kalapuya people were forcibly removed to what are now the Grand Ronde and Siletz reservations, and are now members of Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde Community of Oregon and the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians.

We share this information out of humility and respect for this Indigenous homeland, and for the peoples who continue live and thrive in what is now called the State of Oregon.