College of Education

Woman studying on exercise machine
April 14

Class helps undergraduates master the art of 'adulting'

The College of Education class smooths the path to young adulthood, emphasizing health and responsibility
Image shows a girl accepting marijuana
February 16

UO study suggests new approach for curbing teen drug use

Researcher Atika Khurana says teens with weak working memory, poor impulse control and progressive drug use at risk for later addiction
A couple on a couch talking with two counselors
February 3

College of Education to offer free couples’ counseling Feb. 11

The 2017 Relationship Check-In will be held just in time for Valentine’s Day
A HEDCO clinic worker with a child
January 17

Thomsons endow new HEDCO Clinic director position

The $2 million gift will help the clinic reach its full potential
A child reading with a teacher
November 16

UO to lead national comprehensive literacy center

Its aim is to help children with learning disabilities
Elizabeth Budd
October 21

Activity helps kids stay fit, says UO cluster hire Elizabeth Budd

The new addition to the health cluster is ready to help kids and communities live healthy lives
Nicole Giuliani
October 14

Brain food: Nicole Giuliani looks to the mind to study food choices

As part the new Health Promotion and Obesity Prevention Initiative, she hopes to tap brain processes to adjust how people view what they eat
Amy Stuart Wells
October 13

New Morse Chair to speak on public education and democracy

Amy Stuart Wells of Columbia University studies race and education
Members of the UO's Tribal Advisory Council
October 10

Renewed Sapsik'ʷałá grant supports tribal education

The grant helps train Native American teachers to work with native youth
Tasia Smith
October 7

Tasia Smith looks to build partnerships in new health cluster

Smith led collaborative interventions in Florida and the Bronx

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