College of Education News

In "Wings of Achievement", UO recognizes members of our flock who are thriving in their UO experience. Meet Loany Carreon Jimenez, '26 a Psychology and Communication Disorders and Sciences major.
Learn more about Sarah Falcon, PhD, Senior Lecturer, School Psychology, through our Faculty Spotlight series.
New research suggests that adolescence is the crucial intervention point for steering young women away from the criminal justice system. Leslie Leve, PhD and Maria Schweer-Collins, PhD involved in research.
Learn more about Samantha Martinez, an Educational Foundations student and a former HEDCO Institute Undergraduate scholar through our Student Spotlight series.
Learn more about Wenjing Bao, a student in the Special Education Doctoral Program, through our Student Spotlight series.
Professor Samantha Shune, PhD, an expert on aging and mealtime, troubleshoots this frequent problem of dementia.
In the latest edition of Research Briefly, we talk with Dean Laura Lee McIntyre, who discusses an NIH funded study that looks at the long-term effects of COVID-related school closures. Research Briefly is dedicated to highlighting remarkable research and grant awards within the COE.
Evergreen Associate Professors Elizabeth Budd and Nichole Kelly's research is dedicated to finding new ways to support health promotion. The pair recently launched ReDefine Health Promotion LLC, to help organizations promote health in a body-size inclusive way.
In the latest edition of our Research Briefly video series we talk with Communication Disorders and Sciences Professor Samantha Shune, PhD, who discuses swallowing impairment and caregiver burden. Research Briefly is dedicated to highlighting remarkable research and grant awards within the COE.
With the help of prestigious drug abuse prevention grant, a University of Oregon graduate student is examining the long-term effects of what are known as recovery high schools, knowledge that could help inform public policy on adolescent recovery.