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Strong Global Communities: International Conference on Prevention Implementation

                                                                                                                                                                                    

Leadership in Times of Change

Event date:Monday, November 6, 2017 - 4:00pm

EMU Redwood Auditorium | November 6, 2017 | 4pm-6pm

Are we at a tipping point? What does leadership look like in times of change? Come join Dr. Charles Martinez, Dr. Ellen McWhirter, Dr. Dan Tichenor, and Carmen Urbina (link is external) for pizza and conversations about leadership, identity, and how we can work toward transformative social change. Free pizza from Falling Sky!

New NIH grant may lead to more targeted interventions

Elizabeth Skowron, an associate professor of counseling psychology in the College of Education, has been awarded a $3.5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to study why one particular intervention works better than others.

Family and Human Services expands to new areas of study

 


 


 


 


https://around.uoregon.edu/content/family-and-human-services-expands-new-areas-study


After adding several new faculty members, the College of Education’s family and human services undergraduate major is expanding its areas of study and incorporating subjects that have never been offered before.

2018 ESPRIT Scholarship Announcement

Scholarships put expert science teachers in high-need schools Erika Flockoi

Applications now being accepted for 2019- 2020 Sapsik’ʷałá cohort

 

The Sapsik’ʷałá Teacher Education Program and the UOTeach Program (Master’s in Education: Curriculum and Teaching) are looking for American Indian/Alaska students who have a desire and passion to become an elementary or middle/high school teacher. It is time to apply to join us for the 2019-2020 academic year! Applications are due January 15.

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.

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