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Profiles in Excellence: Tillman Scholar Matt McCallum

In two tours with the Marines in Afghanistan, Capt. Matt McCallum learned a lot about being there for his troops. Now, as a Tillman scholar studying Couples and Family Therapy, he is learning more about service - and himself.

Ooey-gooey goodness for a cause: FHS senior's Grilled Cheese Experience

Family and Human Services (FHS) Senior Anna Williams has spearheaded The Grilled Cheese Experience, a partnership with 15 area restaurants and Food for Lane County that represents her senior project. We caught up with Anna to find out more about it.

Conference will support effort to address child abuse in Lane County

Lane County residents, prevention specialists, educators and others will come together April 25 at Valley River Inn, 1000 Valley River Way, Eugene, for the third annual conference aimed at dramatically reducing child abuse in Lane County.

Nobel Laureate Menchú received at COE before PeaceJam

Rigoberta Menchú, winner of the 1992 Nobel Peace Prize, attended a reception in her honor April 17, 2015 at the College of Education. Menchú was in Eugene for the Northwest Affiliate of PeaceJam, an international organization that works to connect youth and Nobel Peace Laureates.

COE academic staff to nab three awards at AERA conference

Three members of the University of Oregon College of Education's academic staff will receive awards at the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), April 15-20 in Chicago.

Educational Foundations alumna published in 'Rethinking Schools'

An article by Leeanna Carollo (BA '13, Educational Foundations) has been published in the Spring 2015 issue of Rethinking Schools, a magazine focused on education reform. The article is titled, "They Deserve Good Teaching, Too: Social justice in a classroom for students with autism."

Stormshak receives award for new intervention program

Beth Stormshak, director of the College of Education's Prevention Science Institute, and John Seeley, senior research scientist at the Oregon Research Institute, have been awarded a $3.5 million grant to test a tool designed to help reduce problem behavior and substance abuse in middle school youth.

UOTeachOUT 2015

For information about 2015 events and projects, please visit the new UOTeachOUT website at!


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