College of Education

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
Image shows lovers holding hands amid an ocean sunset
February 1

Pub talk to focus on love, and making it better

Valentine's Day is a good time to recognize the good and identify where you want a relationship to go, says UO educator Tiffany Brown
Elizabeth Skowron
January 25

Professor talks to Time about the psychology of child abuse

Elizabeth Skowron commented on the story of a California couple's imprisonment of their children
Girl on horseback
January 24

Work of UO professors helps preserve indigenous storytelling

Several projects around the Northwest are helping preserve historical tales and ways of life
Erika Flockoi
January 22

Scholarships put expert science teachers in high-need schools

The ESPRIT program provides scholarships and research experiences for future science teachers
The HEDCO Building
January 16

New LEADS minor helps students build leadership skills

The Leadership + Administrative Skills minor launched its first course this winter

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