College of Education

Faculty Excellence Award medallion
June 10

Faculty Excellence Award recipients for 2016-17 announced

The awards recognize and support some of the university's top tenure-related faculty
Children in a philosophy class at Edison Elementary
May 11

Teaching children philosophy, or how 8-year-olds agree to disagree

The class, carried out at Edison Elementary, encourages quality, authentic discourse between children
TeachOut logo
May 10

UOTeachOUT events call attention to issues of gender, equity

Homophobia, transphobia, racism and patriarchy are some of the classroom problems addressed in the program.
Rob Horner
April 26

UO's Rob Horner receives distinguished researcher award

Horner is an Alumni-Knight Endowed Professor of special education and also directs the Educational and Community Supports research unit.
A group reading their stories
April 25

'Bedtime stories' shines a light on separated families

A free lecture May 3 is meant to bring awareness to the issue of family separation resulting from deportation policies.
Children playing on the finished court.
April 18

College of Education scores a win for kids in Nicaragua

Since joining with Courts for Kids, the college has helped with projects in Panama and the Dominican Republic as well.
Leslie Leve of the College of Education
April 8

Some 'terrible twos' behaviors may suggest later problems

UO's Leslie Leve is part of a multi-institutional look at behaviors where emotions are lacking and may point to later antisocial activities.
McKay Sohlberg, professor of communications disorders and sciences
February 26

UO’s McKay Sohlberg promotes concussion therapy on OPB

The communications disorders and sciences professor is using peer group support to help young people deal with concussion aftereffects.
Beth Stormshak
February 4

UO lands four scholars for obesity prevention cluster

The new faculty members will be part of the Health Promotion and Obesity Prevention Initiative, one of the UO’s clusters of excellence.
Karen McLaughlin started Project AMP for students who have difficulty hearing
February 2

Ear buds: Project AMP spurs faculty to rock the mic

Hearing loss affects an estimated 1 in 5 college students; Project AMP ensures that everyone gets an earful in UO classrooms.

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