College of Education

August 19
The $4.3 million grant will help low-income community college students pursue research careers
August 1
The results could shape outreach efforts as well as suggest ways to tailor similar efforts
July 15
UO experts join them to discuss mental health awareness, prevention and support
July 13
They trekked into the Oregon Cascades to test a portable tool to measure glacial melt
July 11
The Comprehensive Diagnostic and Assessment Center has almost 100 clients
June 28
The new location will welcome students, Portland programs and the Ballmer Institute in fall 2023
June 8
A grant will help design a system of assessment and intervention in high schools
May 9
Students, faculty, staff and community members can provide comments through May 23
May 4
The online program offers graduates a competitive edge in multiple fields
April 27
A new study at the University of Oregon is seeking to better understand the impact of COVID-19 on the South Asian immigrant community. Aakanksha Lahoti, a second year PhD student in UO’s Counseling Psychology program, wants to answer questions related to the experience of diasporic bereavement among families spread across Asia and North America.