College of Education News

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Language for treating childhood obesity carries its own health risks to kids

Nichole Kelley, PhD, Evergreen Associate Professor, Counseling Psychology and Human Services, contributes to the conversation around the American Academy of Pediatrics' (AAP) new clinical guidelines on evaluation of children’s weight.

Faculty Spotlight: Audrey Lucero, PhD

Learn more about Audrey Lucero, PhD, Associate Professor of Education Studies through our Faculty Spotlight series.

Student Spotlight: Valeria Cortes, BS '23, Educational Foundations

Meet Valeria Cortes, a member of the class of 2023 majoring in Educational Foundations. Valeria is an aspiring teacher from Wilsonville, OR.

Celebrating IES’ 20th Anniversary: Gina Biancarosa

The Institute of Education Sciences (IES) is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. The College of Education is a proud partner of IES—if FY2020, 47 researchers secured $48.8 million in new sponsored research funding and received 89 active research awards.

New Community Healing Initiative expansion connects adults to job readiness, life and parenting skills, and community

Jorge Arena, BEd, '15, FHS, is the Youth Empowerment and Violence Prevention Program Manager for Latino Network. Jorge received a bachelor’s in Family and Human Services from the University of Oregon.

English learners will get a boost from College of Education grant

A new $3 million grant will enable the UO College of Education’s Department of Education Studies to create an online program for Oregon teachers seeking an endorsement to teach students who are learning English.

Congresswoman applauds the UO's career training efforts

Val Hoyle visited the College of Education and discussed workforce preparation ideas

New HEDCO Institute looks to strengthen K-12 connections

A new institute in the UO’s College of Education will be releasing findings from its first research project, just as the institute prepares for its official launch.

New approach could prevent mental health problems in teens

A $3.7 million grant from the National Institutes of Mental Health will allow a UO researcher to evaluate the effect of structured, small-group classroom learning on peer relations and mental health in adolescents.

COE Graduate student is awarded prestigious therapy fellowship

Day Hancock-Murphy, a graduate student in the Couples and Family Therapy Program at the College of Education, was awarded the prestigious American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Minority Fellowship for the upcoming year.