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UO education professors forge data-driven relationships with Thai colleagues

Nearly four years ago, the government of his native Thailand asked Dr. Sirichai Kanjanawasee to help improve the country's educational system.

New grants to Center for Equity Promotion fund projects in Oregon and Central America

The University of Oregon's (UO) Center for Equity Promotion (CEQP), an outreach unit of the College of Education, has received two separate grants totaling $1.6 million for projects in Oregon and Central America. Principal Investigator on both projects is Associate Professor Charles Martinez.

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.

Full house attends joint COE/UOAA autism seminar

Student profile-palooza: Five FHS students featured in recent vids, stories

FHS majors Cristina Jaramillo, Chynna Miley and Lindy Mabuya have all been featured recently on student-profile videos produced at the UO, and two more, Aaron Porter and Usha Davis, were featured in articles by the Daily Emerald. Check out their wonderfully diverse backgrounds and stories:

A new ‘Quest’ begins for four COE sophomores

Four students from the College of Education have been named Quest Scholars for 2013-17 school years, as part of what amounts to a pilot program funded by the Quest Foundation. They will be the first UO students whose Quest Scholarship covers a combination of undergraduate and graduate study.

Hope, enthusiasm mark inaugural conference on child-abuse prevention

Amid the trappings of a conference – the rented space, the catering, the millions of niggling details – it can be easy to forget the whole point. Not so for the attendees of “Building Bridges: Connecting Communities to Prevent Child Abuse,” the first conference organized by the University of Oregon College of Education's nascent 90by30 initiative, held March 8-9 in Eugene.

Jeffrey Sprague wins award for interdisciplinary research

Jeffrey Sprague, professor of special education and director of the UO Institute on Violence and Destructive Behavior, is one of four recipients of the Research, Innovation and Graduate Education (RIGE) 2013 Incubating Interdisciplinary Initiatives (I3) Award. His project, “PRIDE: Positive and Restorative Investment in Discipline Reform in Education,” includes team members John A. Inglish, Technical Assistance and Consulting Services; Erik Girvan, School of Law; and Claudia G. Vincent, Institute on Violence and Destructive Behavior.


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