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COE 'cluster of excellence' featured in Register Guard

College of Education faculty Leslie Leve and Beth Stormshak are part of UO’s Prevention Science Institute's bid to hire five new assistant and associate professors as part of a Clusters of Excellence proposal to probe the genetic nature of obesity. The effort was highlighted in an article Monday, Sept.

COE students build basketball court in Dominican Republic

College of Education students recently returned from a trip to the Dominican Republic as part of a class, "Global Citizenship- Dominican Republic Seminar," taught by Counseling Psychology GTF Kelsey South. For more about their trip, see the full story at Courts for Kids.

COE students drawn to 'Rehearsals for Life'

Several COE students honored by graduate school

The University of Oregon Graduate School administers more than a dozen non-service fellowships and awards annually, resulting in the support of more than 60 students for the 2013-14 academic year. These awards, most of which are donor or foundation supported, include non-service stipends ranging from $500 to $18,000 per year and, in some cases, tuition support. The following fellowship and award recipients hail from the College of Education:

New faculty profile: Leslie Leve


Leslie was also profiled in an Oct. 21 story on new tenure-track faculty (UO Communications).

Australian conference plants seeds for UO synergy

Elizabeth Skowron, associate professor in the Counseling Psychology and Human Services department in the College of Education, recently delivered the keynote at a symposium organized by the Family Systems Institute, held in June 21-22 in Sydney, Australia. The symposium was titled, “Parenting and the Family System: Unraveling the Complexity of Child Focus.”

Expanded MEd/new prevention science specialization coming next fall

The Department of Counseling Psychology and Human Services (CPSY) at the University of Oregon College of Education will expand enrollment this fall in its existing MEd program in Counseling, Family and Human Services.

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