Dr. Kame'enui has served on the faculty of the University of Montana (1980-83), and Purdue University (1983-1987) prior to his appointment at the UO in 1988.
Ruth Kaminski's specialties are in early childhood assessment and intervention. Since she joined the School Psychology faculty, Dr.
Professor Kamphaus comes to the University of Oregon from Georgia, where he spent most of his career on the faculty of the University of Georgia, having served as a distinguished research professor, department head, clinic director and an academic program coordinator, among other roles.
Dr. Kelly is an Assistant Professor in the Counseling Psychology and Human Services Department, as well as the Prevention Science Institute. She is also a Research Collaborator with the Section on Growth and Obesity (SGO) at the National Institutes of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD).
Shoshana Kerewsky is Director of the Family and Human Services (FHS). She teaches in the undergraduate FHS and SAPP programs and the graduate Counseling Psychology and Couples and Family programs. She is Director of Internships for Counseling Psychology.
Dr Khurana's research takes a developmental-ecological approach to understanding and preventing maladaptive risk-taking during adolescence, including substance misuse and dependence, sexual risk-taking behaviors and related outcomes, and academic disengagement.
Jean Kjellstrand worked as a licensed social worker for 16 years where she developed and coordinated a variety of individual, group, and community interventions for children and families in high-risk circumstances. Her worked has involved:
Carolyn Knox teaches graduate and undergraduate classes on technology and learning. She has coordinated over a dozen federally funded projects focusing on the integration of technology into the learning process.