College of Education

Girl on horseback
January 24

Work of UO professors helps preserve indigenous storytelling

Several projects around the Northwest are helping preserve historical tales and ways of life
Erika Flockoi
January 22

Scholarships put expert science teachers in high-need schools

The ESPRIT program provides scholarships and research experiences for future science teachers
The HEDCO Building
January 16

New LEADS minor helps students build leadership skills

The Leadership + Administrative Skills minor launched its first course this winter
Blurred image of classroom
January 15

New approach is helping youngsters steer clear of alcohol

Alcohol and tobacco use declines among seventh-graders with a tweaked version of cooperative learning
Couple with cut-out hearts
January 2

Relationship need a tuneup? A UO clinic has a lot of love to share

The free service offers a chance to celebrate strengths and avoid problems
Science library big data screen
December 11

New initiative aims to make the UO a powerhouse in data science

The goal of the interdisciplinary effort is to position the university at the cutting edge of a rapidly growing field
Laura Lee McIntyre
November 21

Professor highlights autism research at Science Knight Out

Laura Lee McIntyre spoke as part of an ongoing series hosted by the Knight Campus
Illustration of self-driving cars
November 9

Oregon Quarterly asks the experts for tips on life in the future

Faculty scholars offer glimpses into the ways the world will change
Laura Lee McIntyre
November 1

Science Knight Out will delve into ongoing research on autism

The UO’s Laura Lee McIntyre will discuss her work and how the new Knight Campus will help
Presschool children listen to their teacher
October 31

Bilingual preschoolers have better impulse control, study finds

UO doctoral student in psychology finds direction during a talk by a College of Education professor

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