About Us

WorkSpace Vision

WorkSpace engages and inspires individuals, organizations and communities through professional development and continuing education.

WorkSpace Mission

WorkSpace provides service and leadership to connect learners across Oregon and beyond with accessible educational opportunities.

With our expertise and experience, we can help you develop, deploy and successfully market your educational experience. We work with instructors and departments within Oregon State who want to reach a non-credit audience, as well as external partners (companies, agencies, non-profits and more) seeking workforce training for their employees.

PROGRAM MANAGEMENT

  • Paula Matano

  • Katie Klump Hensley

INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN

  • Danny Powers

 

MARKETING AND MULTIMEDIA

  • Greg Aronoff

  • Rich Collins

  • John Buzzard

 

ENROLLMENT SERVICES

  • Meddie Sims

  • Susan Yeager

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Division of Outreach and Engagement

Oregon State University Professional and Continuing Education delivers more than 200 professional online courses and certificate programs to students from both near and far. Serving more than 12,000 students annually, PACE focuses on empowering individual learners and organizations with flexible, innovative professional development experiences in a wide variety of subjects ranging from leadership and human resources to web development and much more. Our expert team collaborates with University faculty and industry experts to offer learning in a variety of formats, ranging from self-paced e-learning to intensive on-site boot camps and executive coaching. PACE offers a variety of credentialing options including certificates, digital badges, and continuing education units (CEUs). Professional and Continuing Education is part of the Division of Outreach and Engagement . 

The Division of University Outreach and Engagement supports Oregon State’s land-grant mission of learning, discovery and service by making its educational programs accessible wherever and whenever people need to learn.