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Meet CETE: Sara Owens

CETE welcomes Sara Owens, the Assistant to the Director, to the team.


CETE Call for Art

The Center on Education and Training for Employment in the College of Education and Human Ecology at The Ohio State University is seeking submissions from emerging and professional artists living in Columbus, OH to exhibit in the office’s public spaces and hallways. This exhibit is not juried and is open to artists working in all mediums.

Follow CETE on Twitter

CETE launched a Twitter presence! Be sure to follow us at @OSUcete.

CETE Staffers participate in ELEIS Program

CETE staff members engage with the Experiential Learning Engagement for International Students (ELEIS) program to provide professional learning experiences.

CETE Observatory: Crane Operator Certification and Evaluation - OSHA Issues Final Rule

CETE programs worked with certification bodies to clarify safety rules and certification for crane operators.

CETE Holiday Party/Silent Auction Benefits Mid-Ohio Foodbank

CETE hosts holiday party and silent auction. Proceeds to the auction are donated to the Mid-Ohio Foodbank

CETE Staff Presents at UCEA Conference

Post-Doctoral Researcher and CETE staff member Ryan Kapa presented at the UCEA conference on November 16, 2018, regarding schools security measures and discipline policies.

CETE Staff Attends ICE Exchange Conference

CETE staffer Angela Stansell attended the ICE Exchange Conference to learn more about digital badges and gain other insights on test development, task analysis, recruitment, and item writing.

CETE Staff Presents at OCTEO Conference

Ryan Kapa, a post-doctoral researcher at CETE, attended the annual conference of the Ohio Confederation of Teacher Education Organizations. At this conference he presented work on school security measures and student related outcomes.

CETE Assessment Services Team Member Attends Advance CTE Fall Meeting

CETE Assessment Services attended the fall meeting for Advance CTE in Baltimore Maryland. At the meeting, Perkins V was a focused topic of conversation, along with leveraging storytelling, and improving equity gaps.