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COE moves up a spot in U.S. News grad-school rankings

Several programs at the University of Oregon — including law, education and the sciences — are included in the U.S. News & World Report's annual "America's Best Graduate Schools" 2016 edition.

Goode, Squires attend White House summits

Joanna Goode, an associate professor in the Education Studies department, and Jane Squires (pictured), a professor in Special Education and Clinical Sciences, both recently attended events at the White House in Washington, D.C.

What the UO campaign means for the COE

Colleagues and Friends of the COE,

The night of Friday, Oct. 17 was a momentous one for the UO. Leaders from around campus, myself included, articulated our vision for the future and what it will take to get us there. You'll be hearing more details about the ambitious $2 billion UO-wide campaign in the weeks and months to come, but I’d like to give you some idea what it means for the College of Education.

Meet the dean: Randy Kamphaus headed to UO

On Sept. 2, Interim Dean Mia Tuan will hand over the reins to Dr. Randy Kamphaus, a distinguished research professor from the College of Education at Georgia State University who served as dean from 2007-12. Former dean Michael Bullis was on the faculty at the COE for many years before stepping in as interim, and later permanent dean.

COE student demographics

What type of students make up the College of Education?  These graphics give you a quick snapshot of our students as of Fall 2013. How does the COE stack up against the whole university?


New Dean's Orientation

There may not be an instruction manual for becoming dean of a college at the University of Oregon, but as Interim Dean Mia Tuan recently found out, there is an educational film from the 60s.

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