College of Education

The College of Education's HEDCO Building at night
August 29

Faculty propel COE to external funding record

The 2015-16 total of $42.8 million is a 30 percent increase over last year
UO faculty sit with a youngster and coach him on a new digital communications tool for developmentally disabled children.
August 12

Summer camp helps families, kids with special needs communicate

The College of Education program helps kids and families who often have run out of options
Gina Biancarosa
June 30

First COE Ann Swindells Chair took winding road from lit to literacy

Biancarosa's research helps teachers diagnose reading comprehension challenges and could lead to new interventions
The HEDCO Building on the UO campus
June 29

Newspapers note latest gift to historic UO fundraising campaign

Both The Register-Guard and The Oregonian covered the endowment gift to the HEDCO Clinic at the UO
A graduate student works with a child in the UO's HEDCO Clinic.
June 28

Leadership gift will expand HEDCO Clinic in College of Education

Quest Fund’s $6 million gift provides support to broaden the clinic's reach 
Leslie Leve of the College of Education
June 27

UO professor weighs in on spanking and aggression

Leslie Leve provides expert commentary on aggressive behavior in children
Beth Stormshak
June 17

Beth Stormshak is the UO's latest Knight Chair

The director of the UO's Prevention Science Institute looks for ways to help children and families
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.