College of Education

Model of brain with teen
April 26

Pub talk will try to unravel the mystery of the teenage brain

Psychology professor Jennifer Pfeifer will talk about how the adolescent brain changes over time
Professor Andrew Kern
April 22

UO researcher uses evolutionary science to combat malaria

Andrew Kern is using population genetics to see how mosquitoes become resistant to pesticides
CSWS logo
April 18

Center for Study of Women in Society names grant recipients

Graduate student Celeste Reeb was awarded the 2019-20 Jane Grant Dissertation Fellowship
Lab table
April 8

The 2019 Faculty Research Awards go to 24 UO scholars

Only 20 awards are usually given, but the number was raised due to the quality of submissions
Siegfried 'Zig' Engelmann
April 8

Memorial set for Direct Instruction creator ‘Zig’ Engelmann

He joined the College of Education faculty in 1970 and was a pioneer in new teaching methods
Education professor Kent McIntosh
April 3

Education professor becomes the UO's latest Knight Chair

The College of Education's Kent McIntosh co-directs a widely used behavioral support network
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

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