College of Education

UO researchers at the MRI scanner at the Robert and Beverly Lewis Center for Neuroimaging
April 25

Brain scans may uncover signs of autism and developmental delays

UO, OHSU researchers to look for brain differences that could lead to improved interventions
Class at the community farm
April 4

Food for Thought

From obesity to hunger in schools, education faculty members are addressing our complicated relationships with food
The HEDCO Building
March 20

College of Education continues to fare well in U.S. News rankings

The special education program is again ranked third in the nation, and the college is fifth among publics
Chapman Hall
March 20

U.S. News gives high marks to UO graduate programs

Programs in the College of Arts and Sciences, College of Education and School of Law are listed
Woman at blackboard
March 14

Article profiles inspiring female math professor emerita at UO

Jennifer Ruef, professor of education studies, wrote about Marion Walter for The Conversation
Lego scene
March 6

Lego Grad Student to talk on the struggles of graduate students

The social media personality and entertainer will visit campus on March 9
Professor and students with primate skulls
February 23

From fossils to folklore, new exhibit spotlights UO research

An opening reception for the campus community will be held March 2 at the museum
Leslie Leve of the College of Education
February 19

Researchers: Increased emphasis on prevention can pay off

UO professor Leslie Leve co-authors an article on preventing mental illness and substance abuse
Middle school student conducting interview
February 15

Gift brings journalistic skills to middle and high school students

Nancy and Dave Petrone’s $500,000 pledge will help young writers develop storytelling skills
The HEDCO Building
February 7

Family and human services expands to new areas of study

New faculty members bring opportunities in social work, public health and sociology

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