College of Education

Kelly LaChance and her daughters in front of a family picture
November 16

Future Stewards: New grant aids Native grad students

The Future Stewards Program is a joint effort by the UO and Oregon's nine federally recognized tribes to help Native American graduate students.
Members of the College of Education Family and Human Services team
October 30

Traditional students drawn to nontraditional education program

The College of Education’s early childhood education program helps prepare teachers to work in the Head Start program.
Ilana M. Umansky, UO College of Education
October 22

Bilingual ed restrictions hurt California, says UO's Umansky

In a new report she and her co-authors identify barriers that limit opportunities and outcomes of students who are learning English.
The UO's College of Education is ranked second nationally
August 18

College of Education brings in almost $11.5 million in new grants

Tenure-track faculty in the College of Education bring in more external funding than almost any other education program in the nation.
UO graduate Sarah Oller (right) and her friend Yuki Partridge at commencement
July 22

Graduate Profile: Sarah Oller's next stop is Botswana and Peace Corps

With a degree in family and human services, Oller will work to increase awareness and prevention of HIV/AIDS in southern Africa.
June 23

UO study lands online coverage by Forbes magazine columnist

The research described was co-authored by Atika Khurana and was published in the journal Child Development.
Atika Khurana
June 17

Weak working memory linked to higher sexual risk-taking, UO study finds

Long-running study involving the College of Education's Atika Khurana continues to define consequences of poor impulse control.
Shannon Boettcher
May 26

Clusters hiring launches with focus on basic and applied sciences

National leading researchers are being recruited to help boost the UO's leadership in areas seen as critical to emerging scientific challenges.
Gerardo Francisco Sandoval
May 21

Case of Guatemalans at Iowa plant reflects desperation amid globalization

University of Oregon researchers continue to document how a meatpacking plant met the desire to fill low-wage, exploitive jobs.
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.