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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.

CDS Program, Oregon School for the Deaf to present sign-language theater

The Oregon School for the Deaf's BEAT (Bold Expressive Arts Theater) program will present a series of songs, stories and poems, entirely in American Sign Language (ASL), from 7-8:30 p.m. Thursday, April 11 in the Jacqua Center theater on the UO campus.

'The Art of Childhood' gives insights into kids' interpretation of the world

The Co-Op Family Center and the Vivian Olum Child Development Center will present their 10th annual art show April 1-26, with a reception (in the spirit of Eugene's First Friday Art Walk) from 5:30-7:30 PM on April 5. The installation and reception are located in the Learning Commons of the HEDCO Education building on Alder Street at 17th in Eugene. The public is welcome to attend this free event.

Krotts receives Outstanding Classified Employee award

Richelle Krotts, academic program assistant in the Education Studies department, received the 2013 Outstanding Classified Employee award during a surprise "ceremony" Tuesday, March 19 at the College of Education.

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Center for Teaching and Learning needs tutors for spring

The CTL Reading Clinic is currently recruiting reading tutors from the College of Education for spring term. We provide reading instruction to struggling 1st and 2nd grade readers in the Bethel School District.

Location: Prairie Mountain, Fairfield, and Danebo Elementary Schools. Tutors will be expected to provide their own transportation to the schools.

Service-Learning spring classes include ‘Mentoring in the Community’

The Service-Learning Program within the University of Oregon College of Education will partner with Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Lane County (BBBS Lane) to offer a new 2-credit class, “Mentorship in the Community,” for the Spring 2013 academic term. The class joins a number of other two-credit classes under the FHS407 rubric, which are open to all students at the UO, regardless of major or class year.

COE study evaluates approaches to autism and other developmental disabilities

A team led by Laura Lee McIntyre, associate professor and director of the College of Education’s School Psychology program and associate director of the Child and Family Center, is evaluating different approaches to early intervention in cases of developmental disabilities, including autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

Lindstrom tapped to speak at Zero Project Convention

Lauren Lindstrom, an Associate Professor in Family and Human Services at the College of Education, will represent the University of Oregon at the annual Zero Project Conference in Vienna, Austria, Feb. 18-19.

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