College of Education

Mandan village
October 30

Prof hits the trail to get another view of Native American history

Stephanie Wood wants educators to see the Lewis and Clark Trail from another perspective
The HEDCO Building
October 24

College of Education lands UO's largest-ever sponsored award

The $32 million, five-year award will fund ongoing work helping teach students with disabilities
Girl drinking from water bottle
October 2

Prof awarded more than $12 million to study children's health

Leslie Leve and others join ambitious NIH project on environmental exposure and health
Mom sheilding child's eyes from TV program
September 27

Study: Involved parents dim the effects of media violence on teens

UO-led study also finds family conflict and impulsivity heighten the risk for aggressive behaviors
Classroom scene
August 27

New COE program will help state boost high school grad rates

The Oregon School Resource Network will create the first-ever education extension service
Teenager diving backward off an oceanside cliff
August 10

Study finds most teens avoid rash, impulsive behaviors

Contrary to long-held ideas, only teens with weak cognitive control are the most impulsive and face behavioral problems as young adults
A child reading with a teacher
August 3

Literacy center in the College of Education lands on national list

The Center on Teaching and Learning is now one of eight policy centers in a U.S. network
Student project display
July 24

UO expertise draws first STEM equity forum in North America

The College of Education will host the gathering, thanks to its expertise in teaching and research
Emily Tanner-Smith, Leslie Leve and Mark Van Ryzin
June 11

Two UO faculty members win prevention science awards

Society for Prevention Research recognizes Emily Tanner-Smith and Mark Van Ryzin
Student writing on poster
May 29

Report says school violence against LGBT students on the rise

The study says 1 in 5 transgender youths were threatened with a weapon last year

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