College of Education

May 13

UO's Sohlberg featured in journal news story on treating brain injuries

She tells the ASHA Leader that she became hooked on studying and treating serious brain traumas in her first job out of graduate school.
Elizabeth Skowron
May 11

UO to set up and study an evidence-based parent-child intervention

Researchers Skowron and Fisher to make 'Parent-Child Interaction Therapy' available in Lane County in an effort to help struggling local families.
May 5

Budget process yields strategic investments in academics, campus support

New faculty positions and support for the library, science literacy and SAIL are among the funded initiatives. 
Brad Shelton, Scott Coltrane (at podium) and Randy Kamphaus (far left)
May 1

UO leaders travel to Washington to push for continued federal support

The visit was a chance to connect with the state congressional delegation and advocate for student aid and research funding.
April 15

2015 UO Research Excellence Award recipients announced

The awards highlight UO faculty members whose reseach stands out as examples of the university's exploration and innovation.
Kent McIntosh
April 7

College of Education professor wins prestigious award

Kent McIntosh receives Distinguished Early Career Award for the quality of his research on special education.
Beth Stormshak
March 24

Stormshak receives award for new intervention program

The award from the National Institute on Drug Abuse will establish a new, online resource to help reduce substance abuse in middle-school youth.
June 25

College of Education

The phenomenal faculty, staff and student award winners from the College of Education
Randy Kamphaus
June 6

Randy Kamphaus named dean of the College of Education

Randy Kamphaus is currently a distinguished research professor in the Department of Counseling and Psychological Services at Georgia State