College of Education

Scene from the movie 'Diane'
April 1

April showers make art flower on campus and around town

Goodbye snow, hello sunshine, warm days, frisbees, tulips and the arts on campus.
10 Women changing the world image
March 13

Meet 10 women at the UO who are helping change the world

To mark Women's History Month, see how these women faculty members are making a difference
Susan Campbell Hall
March 12

UO graduate school programs rank among the nation’s best

The College of Education and School of Law programs again earn spots on the top 10 list
Students in a large university lecture hall
February 18

Adding group activities to large lectures shows promising results

Mark Van Ryzin recruited teachers who offered their courses as a test bed for cooperative learning
The HEDCO Building
February 8

Privacy Office helps HEDCO Clinic strengthen client protections

The changes bring the clinic into full compliance with the medical records privacy act HIPAA
Students working at computer
February 8

New program brings equity to Oregon’s computer science classes

Work by the UO’s Joanna Goode is helping girls and underrepresented students learn crucial skills
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

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