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Educational Advocacy 101

While in on my first advocacy trip to Washington D.C., I learned a new term, “Policy Wonk.” I would love to say that I have been one since the beginning of my educational career, but I can’t. I can’t even say that I’m a policy wonk now. Like many people, I had never called a Senator or Representative, and I certainly never imagined trying to visit one! Sure, I had my own political leanings and always voted in presidential elections but never bothered to vote in a local or midterm election. I had never marched or attended a town hall meeting.

FHS Grad Katty Kaunang Gives Back to PathwayOregon and Trio Students

http://www.oregonquarterly.com/o-the-places-you-will-go

Pay It Forward

The sights, sounds, and smells of Street Fair probably evoke more memories for Katty Kaunang, BEd ’16, than most alumni. During her senior year, she was in charge of running it—just one of several campus jobs she held while earning her degree in family and human services. Today, she’s returned to give some advice to first-year PathwayOregon scholars who are in the same boat she was in just four years ago.

COE's Stephenson named UO Outstanding Employee

Margaret Rosencrans, Practicing Professional

by Natalie Maier '17, School of Journalism and Communication

CFT students selected for minority fellowship program

Jackie Cowell and Keisha Janney were recently selected to represent the University of Oregon in the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy's (AAMFT) Minority Fellowship Program. Both are master's students in the COE's Couples and Family Therapy (CFT) program.

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