College of Education

Tasia Smith
January 14

A campus gathering Jan. 18 will celebrate the life of Tasia Smith

Smith, who died in December, was a professor of counseling psychology and human services
Illustration by Jenny Kroik
January 11

Duck Tale: Freedom Inside Tucker Max

Nothing prepared this practicing Buddhist for the man in the maximum security prison
Children at laptops
January 10

COE emerges as a leader in the growing edutech field

Education technology offers a way to get cutting-edge tools directly into the hands of educators
Tasia Smith
January 8

Memorial for COE professor Tasia Smith set for Jan. 18 in EMU

Smith was a member of the UO’s Health Promotion and Obesity Prevention Initiative
Kids playing soccer
December 13

Exercise research could help rural school kids eat healthier

Nichole Kelly wants to know if exercising before a meal helps kids choose healthier foods
High school student with UO mentor in lab
October 31

Collaboration gets $1.2 million NSF grant to boost STEM learning

The project melds work in the College of Education and School of Journalism and Communication
Mandan village
October 30

Prof hits the trail to get another view of Native American history

Stephanie Wood wants educators to see the Lewis and Clark Trail from another perspective
The HEDCO Building
October 24

College of Education lands UO's largest-ever sponsored award

The $32 million, five-year award will fund ongoing work helping teach students with disabilities
Girl drinking from water bottle
October 2

Prof awarded more than $12 million to study children's health

Leslie Leve and others join ambitious NIH project on environmental exposure and health
Mom sheilding child's eyes from TV program
September 27

Study: Involved parents dim the effects of media violence on teens

UO-led study also finds family conflict and impulsivity heighten the risk for aggressive behaviors

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