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Sapsik'ʷałá Program pledge of support for Natives in STEM

The Sapsik'ʷałá Program at UO pledges support for the AISES Natives in STEM initiative. Please see our pledge on the AISES website: http://www.aises.org/pledges?page=1


 

Master’s Funding Opportunity!

CDS is happy to announce a limited funding opportunity for students with interests and experiences in early intervention (birth to 5) with culturally and linguistically-diverse populations. Project INICIO scholars will participate in an interdisciplinary training program to develop skills in assessment, intervention, collaboration, research, and leadership necessary to serve young dual language learners with disabilities and their families. If interested in being considered for Project INICIO, please follow application instructions found on the CDS Master’s Application page”

COE Stands with Dreamers

Recently, the federal government made a decision that impacts DACA students and their families.  President Schill sent a very strong, clear message of commitment to these students and the College of Education wants to continue its support as well.

Many of you are asking, “What can I do to help?”  There are a number of resources available.

Thank you DucksGive 2017 Donors

Thank you to donors who gave to the program during the DucksGive 2017 fund raiser this year. We appreciate your support and would like to acknowledge the following: 

1. Joana Jansen
2. Kirby Brown
3. Jeff Ostler
4. Michelle Jacob
5. Chris Andersen
6. Debra Merskin
7. Cereescia Sandoval
8. Mary Breiter
9. Brian Kloptek

We are looking forward to Ducks Give 2018 and stayed tuned for further announcements. 

Recruitment Video

The Sapsik‘ʷałá Education Program now has a recruitment video! Check it out!!

COE Students Shine at UO Graduate Forum

The College of Education had a strong showing at the eighth annual UO Graduate Student Research Forum.  This one-day event, which highlights the outstanding research of UO graduate students, drew more than 100 students from over 50 disciplines.

Tribal history is our shared history (OregonLive)

Op Ed in OregonLive.com Posted on May 18, 2017 at 7:00 AM

By Leilani Sabzalian and Shadiin Garcia

The Oregon Legislature is currently considering Senate Bill 13, which would develop curriculum for Oregon K-12 schools on tribal history and sovereignty, written from Native American perspectives. This legislation fills a gap in our children's education and we commend lawmakers for moving forward with it in a bipartisan manner.

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